Jirayus Jiarpakdee is a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Computer Science at the University of Adelaide, Australia. His research interest lies in the intersection between statistical modeling and software engineering with a focus on improving software quality. Specifically, his Ph.D. project aims to investigate the impact that various experimental issues have on the interpretation of defect prediction models.
Deborah Turnbull is an active teacher and researcher and combines these roles with senior administration activities at The University of Adelaide. She chairs the Gender Equity and Diversity Committee and sits on the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health Management Committee, as well as serving on Council of the Kathleen Lumley College. She also chairs the Board of the Hut Community Centre. She teaches across all levels of psychology and is active in supervision of students enrolled in higher degrees by research.
Frank Neumann received his diploma and Ph.D. from the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel in 2002 and 2006, respectively. He is a professor and leader of the Optimisation and Logistics Group at the School of Computer Science, The University of Adelaide, Australia. Frank has been the general chair of the ACM GECCO 2016. With Kenneth De Jong he organised ACM FOGA 2013 in Adelaide and together with Carsten Witt he has written the textbook "Bioinspired Computation in Combinatorial Optimization - Algorithms and Their Computational Complexity" published by Springer.
I am expert nurse professional with research interest in patient safety, quality of healthcare and health systems research. From September 2007 to August 2015, I was working in Jimma University Department of Nursing, and from September 2015 to July 2017, I was working in Bahir Dar University School of Nursing at different academic positions. Currently I am PhD candidate (Nursing) at The University of Adelaide.
I am a Registered Psychologist with Endorsements in Health and Clinical Psychology and am a Board Approved Supervisor. I am currently a Lecturer in the School of Psychology with 12 years clinical experience working across the public sector, not for profit sector and private practice. I teach primarily into undergraduate courses and have research interests in clinical and health psychology, using qualitative and quantitative methods. I am particularly interested in research related to fertility and infertility, cancer, cardiac health, diabetes and migraine.
A member of the Biometry Hub, started an MSc (Biometry) research project in September, 2017, funded by GRDC for 2 yrs and focussed on investigating efficient and novel sampling designs. An active member of the SA branch of Statistical Society of Australia.