Clayton School of IT,
Faculty of IT,
Clayton, Victoria 3800, Australia.
Phone: +61 3 9905 5201;
Fax: +61 3 9905 5159;
Current position: Head of School
Director, Higher Degrees by Research, Clayton School of IT (2010-2012);
Caulfield School of IT (2005-2008).
The current Dirctor of HDR for the Clayton School of IT is
Prof Bala Srinivasan.
The current Head of the Caulfield School of IT is
Assoc Prof Judy Sheard.
- algorithms and complexity;
graphs and matroids;
Discrete Mathematics Research Group
Seminar (19 Aug 2009):
A survey of Tutte-Whitney polynomials
Public talk (11 mins) on William Tutte at The Laborastory, 1 July 2013.
Eigencircle web page and applet
Michael Brand, Computing with Arbitrary and Random Numbers, PhD, 2014 (Associate Supervisor: Prof. Ian Wanless). Mollie Holman Doctoral Medal, Faculty of IT, 2013. Faculty of I.T. Doctoral Medal, 2013. Gordon Preston Prize (best student talk), Victorian Algebra Conference, 2011. Now at Pivotal Inc.
Kerri Morgan, Algebraic aspects of the chromatic polynomial, PhD, 2010. CMSA Student Prize (Best Student Talk), 4th International Combinatorics Conference, Auckland, 2008. Now ARC Australian Postdoctoral Fellow, Clayton School of IT, Monash University.
Arun Prasath Mani,
Correlation inequalities for Tutte polynomials, PhD, 2010. Mollie Holman Doctoral Medal, Faculty of IT, 2011. Now holds an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA), Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Melbourne.
Characterizations and algorithms for topological containment of wheel graphs, PhD, 2009.
Mollie Holman Doctoral Medal, Faculty of IT, 2010. Now a Research Fellow, Clayton School of IT, Monash University.
Three-Dimensional Orthogonal Graph Drawing, PhD, 2000. Mollie Holman Doctoral Medal, Faculty of IT, 2001. Best Student Paper, Graph Drawing 1999 [preface to Proc]. Now ARC Future Fellow and Associate Professor, School of Mathematical Sciences, Monash University.
Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Postgraduate Supervision, 2011
Special Commendation, Vice-Chancellor's teaching awards, 2000
Some past teaching
Alan Turing Centenary Celebration, Fri 14 Sept 2012
Computing in Melbourne: A Historical Tour
Seminar by Prof Jiri Tuma (Charles U, Prague):
Permutation groups and the solution of German Enigma Cipher
(given at School of CSSE, Monash, on 18 August 2003)
Course by Prof. Dr. Franz Brandenburg (U of Passau):
Graph Drawing: Past - Present - Future
presented in CSSE on 3, 10, 17 Oct 2002.
Last updated 22 May 2014