My research is curiosity-driven and quite broad as may be seen from my publications
and those of my students. The common thread however is parallel computer systems,
their architectures, programming and application, stretching back 30 years;
a very long time before it become accepted wisdom. I was also responsible
in 1984 for what was most likely the World's first
voice over IP (VOIP) implementation - unfortunately not patented!
I am currently the Director of the Centre
for Telecommunications and Information Engineering.
- Tirath Ramdas, PhD, Data-parallel processing for ab initio computational
quantum chemistry, 2009.
- Minh Duc Pham, PhD, QOS Provision in WLANs.
- Thanh Tung Nguyen, PhD, Energy-Efficient Routing Algorithms in Wireless
Sensor Networks, 2008.
- Greg Daley, PhD, Strategies for Detecting Network Attachment in the All-IPv6
Wireless and Mobile Internet, 2008
- Adam Sloan, MEngSci, An FPGA Based Implementation of the CSIRAC II Dataflow
- Terry Cornall, PhD, UAV Attitude from Horizon Video, 2007
- Eric Wu, PhD, Architecture of a Truly Mobile Internet.
- Johnny Lai, PhD, Telecommunication Network Simulation Kernels.
- Brian Taylor MEng, MEng (RMIT), Autonomous Unmanned Vehicles.
- Christopher Wilkin, MEngSci, FPGA Based Flight Simulator, 2007
- Sophia Kaplantz, MEngSci, Sensor Net Security.
- Nicholas Moore, MEngSci, Mesh Network Routing and Topology Discovery.
All Research students