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Prof Andrzej Goscinski

School of Information Technology

Principal Supervisor

2014
Izzatdin Abdul Aziz
Thesis entitled: Quality of Service-based Service Level Agreement Management Framework for Hydrocarbon Exploration and Discovery Operation.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), School of Information Technology
Philip Church
Thesis entitled: Service and Cloud Computing Supporting Genomic Analysis of the Mammalian Species.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), School of Information Technology
2012
Jia Rong
Thesis entitled: Advanced Pattern Mining for Complex Data Analysis.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), School of Information Technology
2010
Michael Brock
Thesis entitled: Enhancing Clouds, Internet-scale Distributed Systems, using Attributed Web Services.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), School of Information Technology
2008
Michael Gerd Messig
Thesis entitled: An Autonomic Management System for Service Oriented Enterprise Grid Computing.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), School of Information Technology
Eric Dines
Thesis entitled: Self-Aware Virtualised Automatic Self-managment of Non-dedicated Clusters.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), School of Information Technology
2007
Andrew Scott Maloney
Thesis entitled: The Study into Fault Tolerance based on Rollback-Recovery for Clusters.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), School of Information Technology
2004
Christopher McAvaney
Thesis entitled: An Automated Parallel Application Creation and Execution Tool for Clusters.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), School of Information Technology
2002
Justin Rough
Thesis entitled: A Platform for Reliable Computing on Clusters using Group Communications.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), School of Information Technology
1999
Michael Hobbs
Thesis entitled: Global scheduling techniques for distributed operating systems.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), School of Information Technology
1998
Jacqueline Silcock
Thesis entitled: Programmer friendly and efficient distributed shared memory integrated into a distributed operating system.
Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology), School of Information Technology