Our latest PhD recipients

Congratulations to the following Engineering and Mathematical Sciences students who successfully gained their PhDs.

  • Thanh Long Nguyen's thesis, entitled "Compatible relations on logic-based algebras", was passed without amendment and Long has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Her supervisors were Professor Brian Davey, Dr Jane Pitkethly and Dr Narwin Perkal.
  • Nadiya Al Dhamri’s thesis, entitled “Natural Dualities for Quasi-varieties of Semigroups”, was passed subject to minor amendments and Nadiya has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Her supervisor was Professor Brian Davey.
  • Sandra Sampayo Vargas’ thesis, entitled “The effectiveness of adaptive difficulty adjustments in educational computer games” was passed subject to amendments and Sandra has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Her supervisors were Dr Zhen He and Dr Chris Cope.
  • Mas Jaffri Masarudin’s thesis, entitled “Chitosan nanoparticles as a delivery vehicle for [14C]-doxorubicin and the formaldehyde relesaing prodrug AN-250” was passed subject to minor amendments and Mas has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. His supervisor was Dr Paul Pigram. 
  • Tuan Khanh Nguyen’s thesis, entitled “Keyword Search in XML Data” was passed subject to minor amendments and Khanh has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. His supervisor was Dr Jinli Cao.
  • Ana Hinic Galic’s thesis, entitled “Lie algrebraic methods in the Riemannian geometry of nilpotent Lie groups” was passed subject to minor amendments and Ana has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Her supervisor was Dr Grant Cairns.
  • Sean Thompson’s thesis, entitled “A practical methodology for process non-conformance detection” was passed subject to minor amendments and Sean has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. His supervisor was Dr Torab Torabi.
  • Dat Nguyen's thesis, entitled "Wireless Technology for Reliable In-vehicle Communication" has been passed with Distinction and Dat has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. His supervisor was Professor Jack Singh.
  • Adam Kellerman's thesis, entitled "High-energy auroral particle precipiation and plasma covection during substorms" has been passed subject to minor amendments and Adam has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. His supervisor was Professor John Devlin.
  • Nazuhusna Khalid's thesis, entitled "Very high (Q) factor inductor based on MEMS technology implemented in 10GHz VCO" has been passed subject to minor amendments and Nazuhusna has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Her supervisor was Professor Jack Singh.
  • Connie Li Wai Suen's thesis, entitled "Influence Diagnostics for High-dimensional Principal Component Analysis" has been passed subject to minor amendments and Connie has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Her supervisor was Dr Luke Prendergast.
  • Mac Ba Luu's thesis, entitled "Multi-wavelength elemental contrast imaging" has been passed subject to minor amendments and Mac has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. His supervisor was Professor Andrew Peele.
  • Robert Ross's thesis, entitled "Catadioptric Mobile Robot Image Mosaicing for Vehicle Undercarriages" has been passed subject to minor amendments and Robert has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. His supervisor was Professor John Devlin.
  • Petar Stojanov's thesis, entitled "Non-basal plane Silicon Carbide surfaces and their use as templates in the formation of dimensionally confined noble metal overlayers" has been passed without amendment and Petar has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. His supervisor was Professor John Riley.
  • Sarah Johansen's thesis, entitled "Dualisability of relational structures" has been passed without amendment or further examination and Sarah has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Her supervisor was Professor Brian Davey and co-supervisor was Dr Jane Pitkethly.
  • Sylvia Young's thesis, entitled "Kernel Methods in Analysis of Genomics Markers and DNA Microarrays" has been passed subject to minor amendments and Sylvia has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Her supervisor was Dr Dennis Deng.
  • Khaled Omar's thesis, entitled "Computational-Linguistic Techniques for Sentence-Level Text Processing" has been passed subject to minor amendments and Khaled has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. His supervisor was Dr Andrew Skabar.
  • Nhan Bao Ho's thesis, entitled "Combinatorial aspects of variants of the game of Nim" has been passed without amendment and Nhan has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. His supervisor was Dr Grant Cairns.
  • Paul Conilione's thesis, entitled "Facial Image Retrieval Using Soft Computing Techniques" has been passed subject to minor amendments and Paul has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. His supervisor was Dr Justin Wang.
  • Hai Thanh Do's thesis, entitled "Transcription Factor Binding Sites Identification using Machine Learning Techniques" has been passed without amendment and Hai has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Her supervisor was Dr Justin Wang.