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Postgraduate (Completed Degrees)

Ph.D. Degrees

Ali Elgherani

PhD, IT (2012)

Sydney University

Data-Intensive Application Scheduling and Replica Placement in Data Grids: A Synergistic Framework

Sakhinah Abu Bakar

PhD, IT (2012)

Sydney University

A Study of Problems in Protein-Protein Interaction Networks: A Computational Approach

Farhan Ahammed

PhD, IT (2012)

Sydney University

Distributed and Robust Cooperative Location Improvements and Lower Bounds in GPS-Equipped VANETS with Noisy Measurements

Wei Li

PhD, IT (2012)

Sydney University

Adaptive Scheduling of the Execution of Multiple Applications in Hierarchical Wireless Sensor Networks

Khairul Azhar Kasmiran

PhD, IT (2012)

Sydney University

Computational Methods for the Retrospective Analysis of HIV/AIDS Treatment Change Decisions

Tai-Chun Wang

PhD, IT (2012)

Sydney University

Computational Experiments for the Solution of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) Problems

Ge Huang

PhD, IT (2012)

Sydney University

Localization and Time Synchronization in Wireless Sensor Networks

Masnida Hussin

PhD, IT (2012)

Sydney University

Reliable Resource Allocation for Distributed Computing Systems

Weisheng Si

PhD, IT (2011)

Sydney University

Applying Geometric Routing to Wireless Mesh Networks

Mahendra Rajah Piraveenan

PhD, IT (2011)

Sydney University

Topological Analysis of Complex Networking Using Assortativity

Joseph Lizier

PhD, IT (2010)

Sydney University

The Local Information Dynamics of Distributed Computation in Complex Systems

Mohammed Y. Aal Salem

PhD, IT (2009)

Sydney University

A Real-Time Communication Framework for Wireless Sensor Networks

Young-Choon Lee

PhD, IT (2008)

Sydney University

Problem-Centric Scheduling on Heterogeneous Computing Systems

Tanveer Zia

PhD, IT (2008)

Sydney University

A Security Framework for Wireless Sensor Networks

Kai Lu

PhD, IT (2008)

Sydney University

Scheduling and Load Balancing for Grid Computing

Abdur Sikder

PhD, IT (2007)

Sydney University

Inferring Protein Domain Boundaries and Protein Structure from Amino Acid Sequences

Ali Al Mazari

PhD, IT (2007)

Sydney University

Computational Methods for the Analysis of HIV Drug Resistance Dynamics

Javid Taheri

PhD, IT (2006)

Sydney University

Algorithms for Intelligent Mobility Management

Gary Ma

PhD, Electrical Engineering (2006)

University of Western Australia

Resource Allocation in Mobile Computing Environments

Ben Macey

PhD, Electrical Engineering (2003)

University of Western Australia

Multiprocessor Scheduling in the Presence of Link Contention Delays

Riky Subrata

PhD, Electrical Engineering (2003)

University of Western Australia

Location Management in Mobile Computing and Wireless Networks

Bud Fox

PhD, Electrical Engineering (1999)

University of Western Australia

The Modelling and Computation of Constrained Dynamical Systems

Shaharuddin Salleh

PhD, Electrical Engineering (1998)

University of Technology, Malaysia

Fuzzy and Annealing Models for Task Scheduling in Multiprocessor Systems

Mark Gill

PhD, Electrical Engineering (1997)

University of Western Australia

Parallel Genetic Algorithms for Path Planning of Multiple-Robot Systems

Peter Mills

PhD, Electrical Engineering (1995)

University of Western Australia

Application of Artificial Neural Networks to Non-linear Process Control

Tarek Nabhan

PhD, Electrical Engineering (1995)

University of Western Australia

Parallel Computations for a Class of Time-Critical Processes

 


Master Degrees (by research)
 

Omer Mahmood

MSc, Computer Sci., 2005

Sydney University

Adaptive Profile Driven Data Caching and Prefetching in Mobile Environments

Mohammed Aal Salem

MSc, Computer Sci., 2005

Sydney University

Studies on the Behaviour of Intragrids

Larry Ling

MSc, Computer Sci., 2005

Sydney University

Nodes Failure Detection in Large Scale Networks

David Li

MSc, Computer Sci., 2003

Sydney University

Tasks Clustering for Scheduling of Parallel Computations

Chris Dodds

MEngSc, 1997

University of Western Australia

Fault-Tolerant and Reconfigurable Modular Agents

 


Master Degree (course work and dissertation)
 

Leroy Tafti

MEngSc (Preliminary), 1995

University of Western Australia

Robot Jacobian Computations

Stuart Payne

MEngSc (course-work and dissertation), 1994

University of Western Australia

Application of Adaptive Control in an Industrial Drying Kiln

Steve Elliott

MEngSc (course-work and dissertation), 1994

University of Western Australia

Snumbber Circuits for Power Electronics Switches

 

 


Postgraduate Diploma
 

Betta Charehjoo

Postgrad Diploma, 1998

University of Western Australia

Parallel Randomized Algorithms for Solving the Scheduling Problem

 



 

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