Some (excellent) PG students
Current PhD students
- Bryce Clarke
- Matthew Di Meglio
Completed research students
- Dimitri Chikhladze, PhD, 2011
- Jonathan Cohen, PhD, 2008
- Matt Bower,
- Catherine Menon,
- Margaret Mitchell,
- Lee Flax,
PhD, 2003, with The Vice-Chancellor's Commendation for Excellence.
- Paul Watters, PhD, 2002
- Einat Amitay, PhD and
Most Distinguished Australian PhD
Dissertation Award for 2001
- Sarah Boyd, PhD, 2000
- Mark Dras, PhD, 2000
- Maria Milosavljevic, PhD, 2000
- Louise Scott, PhD, 1998
- Mark Lauer, PhD, 1996, and Most Distinguished Australian PhD Dissertation Award
- Ros Ballantyne, MSc, 1996
- Jenny Barnes, MComp, 1995
- Wafaa Khalil, PhD, 1994
- Sarah Heimlich, Hons I and the University Medal 2016
(the first ever University Medal awarded in Software Engineering at Macquarie University)
- Ryan Shelswell, Hons I and the University Medal 1997
(the second ever University Medal awarded in Computing at Macquarie University)
- Greg Baker, Hons I and first placed in the Honours year, 1996
- Ralph Melano, Hons I and first placed in the Honours year, 1994
- Mark Dras, Hons I and first placed in the Honours year, 1992
- George Patapis, Hons IIa, 1991
- Richard Buckland, Hons I and the University Medal, 1991
(the first ever University Medal awarded in Computing at Macquarie University)
Some sources of information and advice for PG students
Most of the following are taken from
Justin Zobel's web page,
and many of the URLs were provided by Michael Fuller.
Justin himself wrote
Writing for Computer Science, published by Springer-Verlag.
His text covers style and presentation for research in computer science.
And here's an old document of unknown origin on
And here's a
list of lists
from Jenny Wang (a student of Joe Goguen). Much of the advice here is
related to the US, and I haven't vetted it in detail, but I thought I'd
add it for possible reference.
Lastly, if you're one of my students and you want to know how you're
mathematically connected to Gauss (amongst others) look at
Mathematics Genealogy Project.
There's also a missing line which goes:
Walters, Hanna Neumann, Olga Taussky-Todd, Furtwangler,
Klein, Lipschitz, Dirichlet, Poisson, Fourier, Lagrange, Euler
and the Bernoulli's, as well as providing yet another line to Gauss.