Past students

Undergraduate dissertations supervised

  • Mark Nemec, Storm on multi-core, 2015.
  • Aaron Cronin, RubiCL, a Library Providing Automatic Parallelisation on CPU and GPU devices, 2014.
  • Darius Scerbavicius, Peer-to-peer Distributed File System, 2014.
  • Michael Western, Visualisation of Databases, 2014.
  • Christopher Brown, Database Access using a Filesystem, 2012.
  • Christopher Connelly, Schemer: A Graphical Database Management Application, 2012.
  • Daniel Sanoescu, Nested MapReduce, 2012.
  • Murray Settle, Database Visualisation, 2012.
  • Diana Pastor, Database Visualisation and Query Generation, 2012.
  • Igor Czierwinski, Jigsaw Treemaps for Data Visualisation, 2011.
  • Jonathan Craig, Database Visualisation, 2010.
  • Maciej Nowakowski, Visualisation of Query Execution, 2009.
  • Robert Taylor, Distributed File Structures, 2009.
  • Yaswan Aziz, Extending the Capabilities of IBM’s eGather Software Package, 2008.
  • William McAndrew, Reasoning Across Distributed Data, 2008.
  • Niall Napier, A Storage Framework to Promote Reuse of Modular Content, 2008.
  • Robert Pearson, Concurrency Control in XML, 2007.
  • Scott McCue, Skeleton Serialisation for Vectorised XML, 2007.
  • Charles Harley, Visualisation of Query Execution, 2007.
  • Caroline Hogg, Expressive Similarity Metrics for Data Integration, 2006.
  • Luke Mao, Efficient Skeleton Compression of Vectorised XML, 2006.
  • Craig Robertson, Cache-friendly Hash-based Index Nested Loops through Prefetching, 2006.
  • Henry Philip, Sensor Network Simulation, 2005.
  • Jonathan Carroll, Database Treemaps, 2005.
  • David McCraw, Structured Instant Messaging, 2005.
  • Oliver Jackson, A Collaborative Framework for Online Publishing, 2004.
  • Nicholas Davies, A Sensor-Network Simulator for Streaming Queries, 2004.
  • Vram Oknayan, A Generic Web Publishing Tool for Relational Databases, 2004.