FIT1016 &FIT2044 Advanced Project

Semester 2, 2008

Students must enrol by Friday 25th July by completing an Enrolment Amendment Form. Please hand in to Clayton School of IT General Office.

 

These are zero-credit-point units designed to challenge the more advanced 1st and 2nd year students in the B. Computer Science, B. Software Engineering, B. Science majoring in Computer Science, and other related double degrees. This unit introduces students to a variety of topics outside the curriculum, and provides an opportunity to write programs (or, rarely, to build hardware) in an area of interest to the student and the School. The subject operates in an informal manner, and the programming tasks are designed to be interesting and challenging to advanced students. Students will typically meet with their supervisor on a weekly basis and in addition to demonstrating the results of their project, they will also give an oral presentation at the end of the semester.

 

Final Presentations: Monday 20th October, Room 115, Building 63.

 

Supervisor

Project

Student(s)

Time

A/Prof.Vincent Lee

Portfolio choice and financial decision making using a Memetic Algorithm

Robiah Elsaadi

11.00

Professor David Abramson

Applications of Cloud computing to e-Research

Aidan Steele

Ben Dobell

Ashley Taylor

David Warner

11.10

 

Mauro Bampo

An Interactive Visualisation Tool for Scheduling Applications

Kym McGain

Edin Sarajlic

11.45

11.55

A/Prof. Ann Nicholson

Bayesian Poker Player (BPP).

Xu Di

12.10

Dr. David Squire

Basin: Window manager for the Opal OS

Alysander Stanley

12.20

Benjamin Porter

Offering a variety of possible projects in Computer Graphics and 3 D modelling.

Andrew Van Caem

Luke Philpot

12.35

12.45

Prof. Geoff Webb

Data Mining

Firman Ginting

12.55

 

First meeting: Thursday 17th July, 12noon, Room 115, Building 63.

 

Tentative Project Allocation (as of Thursday 24th July)

 

Supervisor

Project

Student(s)

Professor David Abramson

Applications of Cloud computing to e-Research

Aidan Steele

Ben Dobell

Ashley Taylor

David Warner

Mauro Bampo

An Interactive Visualisation Tool for Scheduling Applications

Kym McGain

Edin Sarajlic

A/Prof John Hurst

Intelligent Virtual Education Environment

Lei Feng

A/Prof.Vincent Lee

Performing Company Valuations using the Memetic Algorithm

Robiah Elsaadi

A/Prof. Ann Nicholson

Bayesian Poker Player (BPP).

Xu Di

Chris van Prooije

Benjamin Porter

Offering a variety of possible projects in Computer Graphics and 3 D modelling.

Andrew Van Caem

Luke Philpot

Dr. David Squire

Basin: Window manager for the Opal OS

Alysander Stanley

Prof. Geoff Webb

Data Mining

Firman Ginting

Prof. Geoff Webb

Data mining and information retrieval

Dadhania Gavrav

 

 


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