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Prof Douglas Creighton

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Position

Director, IISRI

Faculty

Inst Intelligent Sys Res & Inn

Department

Inst Intelligent Sys Res & Inn

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin University, 2004
Bachelor of Science, Australian National University, 2001
Bachelor of Engineering, Australian National University, 1997

Contact

Biography

Professor Douglas Creighton is Professor of Systems Engineering and the Director of the Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation (IISRI) at Deakin University.

Prof. Creighton was part of the leadership team that formed IISRI in 2006, where he established its globally recognised Modelling and Simulation research program, one of the institute’s two core research programs, which he continues to lead today.

He is an internationally recognised voice in modelling and simulation research and has made signification research contributions and impact across the manufacturing, transport and defence sectors in agent-based modelling and simulation, computational intelligence and learning algorithms and systems thinking.

Prof. Creighton’s research focuses both on theory and application of modelling and simulation to further understanding, generate insight and support decision making in complex engineered systems. He has completed numerous projects over the last 20 years across automotive, aerospace, and rail manufacturing, delivering productivity, sustainability and reliability benefits.

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Research interests

  • Characterisation of industrial systems (complex, stochastic, dynamic)
  • Event-based simulation modelling methodology and practice
  • Data driven prediction and forecasting
  • Robust optimisation, sequencing and scheduling
  • Visualisation and haptics for decision support in complex environments
  • Emulation and intelligent control
     

Affiliations

  • Elected in 2020 by the Australasian Rail Association Industry membership to National Rail Industry Group Executive Committee, in recognition his extensive R&D experience with Australian rail, automotive and aviation OEMs and SMEs, and to contribute to enabling Australian rail manufacturing and supplier sectors to prosper.
  • Committee member, Geelong Quality Council

Current board and committee appointments:  

  • Chair, University Research and Research Training Committee (RRTC)
  • Deputy Chair, Deakin University Academic Board

Knowledge areas

  • Agent-based modelling and simulation
  • Computational intelligence and learning algorithms
  • Systems thinking and quantitative analytics
  • Modelling complex systems
  • Uncertainty quantification (including the creation of advanced prediction interval quantification techniques)
  • Development of decision support systems deployed across multiple sectors and industries.

Conferences

Prof. Creighton has been invited to speak at events including:

  • AusRail 2020, Dec 2020, Creating more inclusive public transport as we move toward universal accessibility
  • Vic Government Transport Regulators Forum, Nov 2020, Advanced Aerial Mobility in Australia
  • RMCRC Forum 2019, Sydney, Aug 2019, Rail data analytics – insights and benefits
  • Invited chair to the Industrial Internet Summit 4.0, Sydney, 26-27 Feb 2020
  • AusRail 2019, Dec 2019, Sydney, Invited Panellist, Smart rail: Technology of the future
  • NZRail, Auckland, June 2019, Harmonising the Technology Future of the Australasian Rail Industry
  • AusRail 2018, Dec 2018, Canberra, Invited Panellist, Transport Technology: How to Embrace Data and Disruption
  • ARA Telecommunications and Technology Forum 2018, Melbourne Oct 2018, Identifying a long-term program to improve the Rail industry's ability to adopt and keep pace with telecommunication and information-based technologies
  • VicWater 2017, Melbourne, Keynote, Modelling the Future State of Electricity
  • Aurecon Digital Transformation and Exemplar Forum workshops (2015 / 2016) and Aurecon global senior executive meeting (2016 - Sydney)
  • Invited expert panel member to Australian Defence Simulation Office – Simulation Roundtable (2011-2014).
  • Invited speaker at the Natural Resources Forum – Perth (2014)
  • Invited speaker and expert panel member ‘Simulation - Importance of Research and Development’, Asia Pacific Simulation Technology and Training Conference, Adelaide (2012)
  • Local manufacturing groups and community forums (2010 onwards)

Professional activities

  • Contributed to the strategic direction of the Australian rail industry by leading the development of a 30-year framework to define rail industry focus, initiatives and research programs for integration and support of next-generation digital and telecommunications technologies, termed the SMART RAIL Route Map. This project applied a novel Systems Thinking Strategy for Technology Road Mapping (TRM) methodology.
  • Lead author on a Deakin Mobility Series whitepaper titled ‘Advanced Aerial Mobility and eVTOL aircraft in Australia: Promise and Challenges’, which has attracted considerable national and international interest. The paper aims to create a national discussion in Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) and raise awareness of eVTOL and AAM across a broad number of stakeholders in Australia. As a consequence, Prof. Creighton became an invited participant of various state and federal workgroups thinking about this emerging transport mode.
  • A strong track record working with small business, and being a champion of “research that makes a difference to the communities we serve”. Through both his role as a committee member on the Geelong Quality Council and directly on research projects he has contributed to business competitiveness through product and process quality improvements, such as quality tracking software (QTS) for Geelong small businesses that has delivered reductions in quality defects by up to 20% in some organisations.

Research groups

  • Professor of Systems Engineering, Deakin University
  • IISRI Research Leader, Systems Modelling and Simulation

Awards

  • 2016 Society of Automotive Engineers (Australasia) Mobility Engineering Excellence Gold Award, one of four Gold Awards for Engineering Excellence, for the research and development of an Ingress/Egress discomfort assessment algorithms and technology for automotive design to evaluate automotive designs prior to production.
  • Three best paper awards in 2012, including IEEE 14th International Conference on Modelling and Simulation.
  • Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation Award for Excellence in Industry Collaboration Rollingstock Predictive Maintenance team, led by Professor Doug Creighton, Dec 2020
  • Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation Award for Excellence in Project Impact Electoral Commission Modelling and Simulation team, Dec 2020.

Projects

Prof. Creighton's projects with commercial outcomes, include:

  • StickE is a unique, online technology to enable users to build, merge, explore, analyse and share systems maps with collaborators and stakeholders. In the last 5 years it has been licenced to use by more than 2,000 individuals and research organisations, including the World Health Organisation (WHO), Community-based trials of improving child health in >50 communities in Australia and >30 countries worldwide, EU trials in national health policy in Poland, Portugal, Spain, UK, Norway and the Netherlands, as well as us in South Africa, Canada, the US, and NZ. Use case examples childhood obesity, unhealthy eating, accessibility, mental health, rail, water, energy, sustainable infrastructure and engineering research such as the impacts and unintended consequences of autonomy.

Publications

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Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Enabling secure and competitive air cargo systems.

Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Prof Douglas Creighton, Mrs Mojdeh Nasir, Mr Carl Jiang

ARC Linkage - Projects Rnd 2 APAI APDI, ARC_DUAPAI2 ARC_Deakin University Australian Postgraduate Award Industry Second, ARC_DUAPAI ARC_Deakin University Australian Postgraduate Award Industry

  • 2010: $34,808
  • 2009: $77,778
  • 2008: $87,719
  • 2007: $44,029

Distributed Real-time Multiobjective Scheduling for Joinery Manufacturing Processes using Discrete Event Simulation - ARC LP091175

Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Prof Douglas Creighton

ARC Linkage - Projects Rnd 2 APAI, ARC_DUAPAI ARC_Deakin University Australian Postgraduate Award Industry

  • 2012: $38,449
  • 2011: $79,337
  • 2010: $85,916
  • 2009: $43,360

Enabling Ambient Intelligence for Manufacturing Processes through Distributed Camera Networks

Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Prof Douglas Creighton, Dr Nong Gu, Prof Asim Bhatti

Linkage PhD student, ARC Linkage - Projects Rnd 2

  • 2014: $47,961
  • 2013: $93,110
  • 2012: $89,660
  • 2011: $43,169

Uncertainty Quantification Using Type-2 Fuzzy Systems

Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Prof Douglas Creighton, Prof Abbas Khosravi, A/Prof Dipti Srinivasan

ARC - Discovery Projects

  • 2014: $99,992
  • 2013: $97,059
  • 2012: $93,463

Adaptive Scenario Generation and Performance Evaluation for Virtual Training of Helicopter Pilots

Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Prof Douglas Creighton, Dr Nong Gu, A/Prof Samer Hanoun

ARC Linkage - Projects Rnd 1

  • 2014: $77,771
  • 2013: $75,490
  • 2012: $72,693

Modelling and Simulation Phase 1: Modelling of Existing Mo-99 Workflow

Prof Saeid Nahavandi, A/Prof Michael Johnstone, Dr Vu Le, Prof Douglas Creighton

Australian Nuclear Science Technology Organisation ANSTO

  • 2014: $158,381

Improving cycling safety at intersections using proactive personalised safety alerts

A/Prof Ashim Debnath, Dr Alexey Medvedev, Prof Chee Peng Lim, Prof Arkady Zaslavsky, Dr Ali Hassani, Prof Douglas Creighton

Road Safety Innovation Fund

  • 2023: $100,000
  • 2022: $100,000
  • 2021: $139,733

Other Public Sector Funding

Advanced dynamic analysis through psuedo haptics and kinaesthetic feedback

Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Prof Douglas Creighton, Dr Mohammed Hossny, Dr Lei Wei

Department of State Development, Business and Innovation

  • 2012: $50,000

Synapse Residency 2015

Mr John Mccormick, Prof Kim Vincs, Prof Douglas Creighton

Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT) Synapse Residency Program

  • 2015: $14,000

STICK-E Healthy Eating - Systems Thinking In Community Knowledge Exchange

Prof Steven Allender, Prof Douglas Creighton, A/Prof Michael Johnstone, Prof Colin Bell, Prof Boyd Swinburn

VicHealth Innovation Research Grant 2015 & Onwards (Cat 2)

  • 2018: $20,000
  • 2017: $90,000
  • 2016: $90,000

AEC Metrics Project

Prof Saeid Nahavandi, A/Prof Michael Johnstone, Prof Douglas Creighton, Dr Vu Le

Australian Electoral Commission

  • 2018: $138,000
  • 2017: $239,500

Infrastructure Futures Phase 1

Prof Carol Boyle, Prof Douglas Creighton, Dr David Halliwell, Dr Adrian Panow

Coliban Water, Barwon Water, WW Grant - Research - Wannon Region Water Corporation (Wannon Water)

  • 2018: $75,000

AEC Electoral analysis and modelling technical expertise.

A/Prof Michael Johnstone, Prof Douglas Creighton, Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Dr Vu Le, Dr James Zhang, Dr Burhan Khan, Dr Anwar Hosen

Australian Electoral Commission

  • 2024: $181,818
  • 2023: $975,401
  • 2022: $844,747
  • 2021: $1,103,588
  • 2020: $414,982
  • 2019: $392,126

Agriculture Plant Safer Equipment Research

A/Prof Zoran Najdovski, Dr Jacquie Cotton, A/Prof Ashim Debnath, Prof Douglas Creighton, Prof Arkady Zaslavsky

WorkSafe Victoria

  • 2022: $30,216
  • 2021: $15,108

Autonomous Leader - Follower

Prof Douglas Creighton, A/Prof Shady Mohamed, Dr Navid Mohajer, Dr Darius Nahavandi, Dr Ibrahim Hossain, Dr Parham Mohsenzadeh Kebria, Dr Ahmad Abu Alqumsan, Dr Mohammad Rokonuzzaman Pappu, Dr Adetokunbo Arogbonlo, Dr Seyed Mohammad Jalali, Prof Saeid Nahavandi

Department of Defence

  • 2023: $296,300
  • 2022: $316,316

Industry and Other Funding

Enabling secure and competitive air cargo systems.

Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Prof Douglas Creighton, Mrs Mojdeh Nasir, Mr Carl Jiang

Deneb Australasia Pty Ltd

  • 2010: $40,000
  • 2009: $40,000
  • 2008: $40,000

Distributed Real-time Multiobjective Scheduling for Joinery Manufacturing Processes using Discrete Event Simulation - ARC LP091175

Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Prof Douglas Creighton

Informatic Technologies Pty Ltd

  • 2012: $35,000
  • 2011: $34,500
  • 2010: $34,500

Enabling Ambient Intelligence for Manufacturing Processes through Distributed Camera Networks

Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Prof Douglas Creighton, Dr Nong Gu, Prof Asim Bhatti

Boeing Defence Australia, HOLDEN Holden

  • 2015: $56,000
  • 2013: $28,000
  • 2012: $28,000
  • 2011: $84,000

Adaptive Scenario Generation and Performance Evaluation for Virtual Training of Helicopter Pilots

Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Prof Douglas Creighton, Dr Nong Gu, A/Prof Samer Hanoun

Ytek Pty Ltd

  • 2015: $30,300
  • 2014: $40,562
  • 2013: $50,504

IXL Solar Rollforming and Assembly Line Analysis

A/Prof Michael Johnstone, Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Dr Vu Le, Prof Douglas Creighton

Backwell IXL

  • 2013: $5,000

Quality Data Collection & Tracking System for Manufacturing SME's

A/Prof Michael Johnstone, Prof Douglas Creighton, Prof Saeid Nahavandi

Air Radiators Pty Ltd

  • 2014: $8,470
  • 2013: $100,380

AMSI internship with Telstra for Sara Keretna

Prof Douglas Creighton, Prof Chee Peng Lim, Mrs Sara Keretna

Aust Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) Industry Internship Program

  • 2016: $17,000

Next generation fibres program: X-ray scattering characterisation

A/Prof Peter Lynch, Prof Douglas Creighton, Prof Minoo Naebe

The Boeing Company

  • 2016: $64,614

Quickstep Production Line Modelling and Analysis Study

A/Prof Michael Johnstone, Dr Vu Le, Prof Douglas Creighton, A/Prof Samer Hanoun

Quickstep Automotive Pty Limited

  • 2016: $15,000

VicWater Energy Grid Modelling

Prof Douglas Creighton

Victorian Water Industry Association

  • 2017: $70,000

Let¿s have a yarn about chronic disease: a collaborative multi-disciplinary participatory action research approach to addressing Aboriginal health in South West Victoria

Dr Hannah Beks, Prof Vincent Versace, Ms Kerry Hudson, Mr John Bell, Ms Tamika Amos, Ms Candice Mckenzie, Prof Peter Harvey, A/Prof Barry Morphett, Prof Steven Allender, Dr Josh Hayward, A/Prof Michael Johnstone, Prof Douglas Creighton, Dr Constance Kourbelis, Ms Barbara Allen

Western Alliance

  • 2020: $22,781
  • 2019: $17,950
  • 2018: $34,072

Project Twenty Twenty Discovery and Scoping Stage

Prof Douglas Creighton, Prof Chee Peng Lim, Prof Asim Bhatti

V\Line Pty Ltd

  • 2018: $192,545
  • 2017: $171,500

Scoping the 20/20 Train Driver Training Package - Phase 2 Technology enablement

Prof Douglas Creighton

V\Line Pty Ltd

  • 2018: $30,000

Understanding potential AAM and cargo drone markets for an Australian manufactured drone - market

Dr Hermione Parsons, Dr Roberto Perez-Franco, Prof Douglas Creighton, Dr Don Gunasekera, A/Prof Michael Johnstone, Mr Bruce Gunn, A/Prof Zoran Najdovski

Quickstep Technologies Pty Ltd

  • 2021: $71,842

Study of automated boarding lifts and Disability Standard compliance for Next Generation Trams

Prof Douglas Creighton, Dr Kevin Murfitt, A/Prof Zoran Najdovski

Alstom Transport Australia

  • 2021: $30,000

Discrete-Event Simulation and Evaluation of Manufacturing Industry 5.0 Mega-line.

Mr Bruce Gunn, Dr Imali Hettiarachchi, A/Prof Michael Johnstone, Dr Vu Le, Prof Douglas Creighton

Carbon Revolution Operations Pty Ltd

  • 2022: $58,395

DiL Motion Simulator - Ford Deakin Sim2022

Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Prof Douglas Creighton

Ford USA Grant - Research

  • 2022: $305,054

Modelling and Simulation for Component Manufacturing.

Prof Douglas Creighton, Mr Bruce Gunn, Dr Vu Le, Dr Imali Hettiarachchi, A/Prof Michael Johnstone

Boeing Aerostructures Australia Pty Ltd

  • 2023: $100,800

SASI Safe2Go DriverAssist

Prof Douglas Creighton, Prof Chee Peng Lim, Prof Chang-Tsun Li, Prof Richard Tucker, Dr Kevin Murfitt, Dr Darius Nahavandi

Alstom Transport Australia

  • 2024: $295,852
  • 2023: $200,000

Study of Tram Foot Pedal and Master Control Systems.

Prof Douglas Creighton, Dr Navid Mohajer, Dr Tao Zhou, Mr Kelvin Choo

Alstom Transport Australia

  • 2024: $59,997

Other Funding Sources

Ingress / Egress Ergonomic Assessment

Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Prof Douglas Creighton, Dr Mohammed Hossny, Mr Shady Mohamed, Prof Asim Bhatti, Dr Lei Wei

AutoCRC Ltd

  • 2016: $5,954
  • 2015: $491,403

Collaborative Embodied Movement Design Network

Prof Kim Vincs, Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Prof Frank Vetere, Prof Simon Biggs, Prof Bruce Thomas, Prof Douglas Creighton, Dr Scott Delahunta, Dr Keith Armstrong, Dr Adam Nash, Dr Petra Gemeinboeck, Dr Thomas Chandler, Dr Troy Innocent, Mr John Mccormick, Dr Jordan Vincent, Dr Robert Vincs

ARC LIEF - Linkage Infrastructure Equipment & Facilities Program

  • 2017: $16,000

Ingress/Egress Ergonomic Assessment: Automating Posture Modification

Prof Saeid Nahavandi, Prof Douglas Creighton, Dr Mohammed Hossny, A/Prof Shady Mohamed, Prof Asim Bhatti, Dr Lei Wei, Dr Imali Hettiarachchi, Prof Abbas Khosravi

AutoCRC Ltd

  • 2017: $525,600

R3.1.4 Intelligent data fusion and analytics framework for decision support in predictive maintenace services.

Prof Douglas Creighton, Prof Chee Peng Lim, Dr Vu Le, Dr James Zhang, A/Prof Michael Johnstone, Dr Thanh Thi Nguyen

Rail Manufacturing CRC Ltd

  • 2020: $558,480
  • 2019: $595,318

Light Insight Trial (LiT)

A/Prof Ashim Debnath, Prof Chee Peng Lim, Dr Alexey Medvedev, Prof Douglas Creighton, Prof Arkady Zaslavsky, A/Prof Michael Johnstone, A/Prof Zoran Najdovski, Dr Jan Garrard

iMove Australia Limited

  • 2023: $46,450
  • 2022: $65,244
  • 2021: $153,250

Evaluating urban freight distribution impacts of combined sustainable transport alternatives using a simulation - optimisation framework.

Dr Roberto Perez-Franco, Prof Douglas Creighton, Ms Karla Alvarez Uribe

iMove Australia Limited

  • 2022: $4,745
  • 2021: $2,000

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2024

Ruben Rendon Benavides

Thesis entitled: In-Transit Interventions Using Real-Time Data in Australian Berry Supply Chains

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), School of Engineering

2021

Jake Kays

Thesis entitled: Simulation Modelling for a Dispatching Logistic System

Master of Engineering, Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation

2016

Marwa Hassan

Thesis entitled: Quantifying Heteroskedasticity Metrics

Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation

Sara Keretna

Thesis entitled: Named Entity Recognition in Unstructured Text

Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation

2015

Sahar Araghi

Thesis entitled: Computational Intelligence-based Traffic Signal Timing Optimization

Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation

Jeremy Alan Opie

Thesis entitled: Modelling and Optimisation of an Aftermarket Radar System

Master of Engineering, Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.

2014

Ahmad Mahmoud

Thesis entitled: Extending Scheduling Algorithms to Minimise the Impact of Bounded Uncertainty Using Interval Programming

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.

2013

Mojdeh Nasir

Thesis entitled: Pedestrian Steering Behaviour Modelling within the Built Environment

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.

2012

Carl Yong Hui Jiang

Thesis entitled: Digital Elevation Model and Satellite Imagery Based Bushfire Simulation

Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.

2010

Michael Johnstone

Thesis entitled: Simulation-based Learning for Control of Complex Conveyor Networks

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.

2009

Vu Le

Thesis entitled: Input and Output Analysis of Complex Conveyor Networks

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.

2005

Vu Le

Thesis entitled: APA(I) 2002 Project Title: A Distributed Virtual Factory in Agile Manufacturing

Master of Engineering, School of Engineering

Co-supervisor
2023

Juan Esteban Muriel

Thesis entitled: Simulation-Optimisation of Last-mile Logistics Decisions

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), School of Engineering

2019

Jaimie McGlashan

Thesis entitled: The Use of Network Analysis to Evaluate Community-Based Obesity Prevention Interventions

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health and Social Development

Associate Supervisor
2024

Haafizah Rameeza Shaukat

Thesis entitled: A Free-space Simulation-based Framework for Automated Guided Vehicle Performance and Security Assessment

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation

2021

Jacky Chen

Thesis entitled: An Intelligent Trust-based Ensemble Model for Imbalanced Data in Predictive Maintenance

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation

2018

Bruce Gunn

Thesis entitled: Inference of Resource-based Simulation Models from Process Event-log Data

Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation

Syed Moshfeq Salaken

Thesis entitled: Solving Computational Bottleneck of Interval Type-2 Fuzzy Systems

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation

2016

Marzieh Asgari

Thesis entitled: Three Dimensional Mechanical Modelling and Analysis of Embryos Microinjection

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation

2015

Hussein Medhat Haggag

Thesis entitled: Supervised Learning for Labelling Human Body with Attached Props

Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.

Mohammad Hosen

Thesis entitled: Prediction interval-based modelling and control of nonlinear processes

Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.

2014

John Francis McCormick

Thesis entitled: Responding to human full-body gestures embedded in motion data streams through machine learning and memory

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication and Creative Arts

Kyle James Nelson

Thesis entitled: Super-resolution of 3-dimensional Scenes

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.

2013

Sara Farag

Thesis entitled: Towards parameterless 3D mesh segmentation

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.

2012

Thanh Khanh Tran

Thesis entitled: Study of Electrical Usage and Demand of the Container Terminal

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.

Wael Abdelrahman

Thesis entitled: Towards an efficient haptic rendering using data-driven modeling

Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.

2011

Abbas Khosravi

Thesis entitled: Construction and Optimisation of Prediction Intervals for Neural Network Models

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.

2009

Ben Horan

Thesis entitled: Haptic Control Methodologies for Rover Teleoperation in Non-deterministic Remote Environments

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.

Mohammed Hossny

Thesis entitled: An Algebraic Framework for Multimodal Image Fusion

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Centre for Intelligent Systems Research.