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Professor Katrina Falkner

Katrina Falkner
Deputy Dean (Students) for ECMS
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Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences

Professor Falkner is Deputy Dean (Students) for the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, and leads the Computer Science Education Research Group (CSER), and the Modelling & Analysis Program within the Centre for Distributed and Intelligent Technologies (CDIT) within the School of Computer Science.

Professor Falkner has extensive experience in industry consultation, including work with DST Group, NICTA, Google US, Google Australia & New Zealand, the Commonwealth Department of Education and Training, and Telstra Foundation, crossing both the areas of Computer Science Education (within CSER) and Distributed Systems and Modelling (within CDIT). As part of her work within CSER, Professor Falkner has led the development of the CSER MOOCs - open online courses for Australian teachers to help prepare them for the Digital Technologies Curriculum, and leads the national CSER Digital Technologies Education Program, designed to support Australian teachers in teaching Computer Science, with an emphasis on supporting young women, low-SES and Indigenous populations.

Professor Katrina Falkner

Professor Falkner is Deputy Dean (Students) for the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, and leads the Computer Science Education Research Group (CSER), and the Modelling & Analysis Program within the Centre for Distributed and Intelligent Technologies (CDIT) within the School of Computer Science.

Professor Falkner has extensive experience in industry consultation, including work with DST Group, NICTA, Google US, Google Australia & New Zealand, the Commonwealth Department of Education and Training, and Telstra Foundation, crossing both the areas of Computer Science Education (within CSER) and Distributed Systems and Modelling (within CDIT). As part of her work within CSER, Professor Falkner has led the development of the CSER MOOCs - open online courses for Australian teachers to help prepare them for the Digital Technologies Curriculum, and leads the national CSER Digital Technologies Education Program, designed to support Australian teachers in teaching Computer Science, with an emphasis on supporting young women, low-SES and Indigenous populations.

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD — email supervisor to discuss availability.

Computer Science Education Research Group

My education research interests range from understanding how we can better teach fundamental computer science and computational thinking skills, to how we can apply computer science to better improve learning and learning environments. I am the leader of the Computer Science Education Research Group (CSER) based in the School of Computer Science. The CSER group aims to promote research and scholarship both within the field of Computer Science Education and more broadly in the Higher Education sector. The goal of CSER is to understand how we can improve the teaching and learning of computing, and how contemporary issues in higher education, such as the use of new technologies can impact upon the teaching and learning environment.

We lead the CSER Digital Technologies Education Program, where we support Australian teachers in developing skill and confidence in the new Digital Technologies learning area, as well as undertaking research into how we scaffold and understand the development of Computational Thinking skills in K-6. 

We also explore how we can use Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning and Information Retrieval techniques to better support learning, and to better understand how learning occurs within learning environments, such as within Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). We explore the development of learning models within MOOC contexts that support good practice pedagogy, and community-based learning environments.

Current Research Staff 

We are currently seeking PhD student applications for students passionate about Computer Science Education Research. If you are interested, please review these example project descriptions for further details:

Centre for Distributed and Intelligent Technologies

My discipline research is in the areas of Software Architecture and Distributed Systems, leading the Modelling and Analysis program within CDIT. Within this project we are exploring techniques for developing accurate performance models for distributed software systems so that we can better understand the Space, Weight and Power (SWaP) constraints of systems operating within constrained environments, including defence environments such as combat management systems, but also other constrained environments such as seen within drone platforms. This work has benefit well outside of the defence space, as can be seen by our recent collaboration with the Ecology and Environmental Science area within the University to explore how we can better create drone environments to support conservation efforts across a range of physical environmental conditions.

In strong collaboration with colleagues based at Australia' Defence Science and Technology Group, CDIT has led the development of the MEDEA modelling environment, which supports performance modelling of software systems in early stages of design and development, including the integration of existing software components, and supporting a range of representative hardware platforms, including FPGA, GPU, VM and Cloud-based environments. 

In addition to this existing work, we are leading a new collaboration exploring how we can best support support the targeting of new reconfigurable hardware platforms in software development, including the development of case studies of cutting-edge hardware, and opportunities for automated software translation.  

We are currently seeking PhD student applications across both of these areas. If you are interested, please review these example project descriptions for further details:

Current Research Staff

  • Dan Fraser, Research Associate
  • Marianne Reickmann, Research Associate
  • Cathlyn Aston, Software Developer
  • Jackson Michael, Software Developer
  • Mitchell Conrad, Software Developer

Appointments

Date Position Institution name
2018 Deputy Dean (Students) University of Adelaide
2017 Professor University of Adelaide
2014 - 2017 Head of School University of Adelaide
2013 - 2016 Associate Professor University of Adelaide
2009 - 2012 Senior Lecturer University of Adelaide
2009 - 2011 Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching) University of Adelaide
2003 - 2008 Lecturer University of Adelaide
2000 - 2003 Postdoctoral Research Fellow University of Adelaide

Awards and Achievements

Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount
2015 Award 2015 Gold Award Winner for ACS ICT Higher Education Educator of the Year Australian Computer Society Australia
2015 Award 2015 EdtechSA/ISTE Making it Happen Award
2015 Award EdTEchSA Leader of the Year Award
2012 Award Endeavour Executive Award
2008 Achievement Australian Learning and Teaching Council Citation
2008 Teaching Award Stephen Cole the Elder Award for Excellence in Teaching
2007 Teaching Award ECMS Faculty Prize for Excellence in Teaching
2007 Teaching Award Executive Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching

Journals

Year Citation
2018 Falkner, K., Szabo, C., Chiprianov, V., Puddy, G., Rieckmann, M., Fraser, D., & Aston, C. (2018). Model-driven performance prediction of systems of systems. Software and Systems Modeling, 17(2), 415-441.
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2018 Garcia, R., Falkner, K., & Vivian, R. (2018). Systematic literature review: Self-Regulated Learning strategies using e-learning tools for Computer Science. Computers and Education, 123, 150-163.
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2018 Alvarez Cid-Fuentes, J., Szabo, C., & Falkner, K. (2018). Adaptive Performance Anomaly Detection in Distributed Systems Using Online SVMs. IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing, Online, 1-14.
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2017 Atapattu, T., Falkner, K., & Falkner, N. (2017). A comprehensive text analysis of lecture slides to generate concept maps. Computers and Education, 115, 96-113.
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2017 Michell, D., Szorenyi, A., Falkner, K., & Szabo, C. (2017). Broadening participation not border protection: how universities can support women in computer science. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 39(4), 406-422.
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2017 Jayatilaka, A., Ranasinghe, D., Falkner, K., Visvanathan, R., & Wilson, A. (2017). Care workers' voices in designing assistive technologies for preventing malnutrition in older people with dementia: Innovative Practice. Dementia (London, England), Online, 1-7.
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2016 Falkner, K., & Vivian, R. (2016). A review of Computer Ccience resources for learning and teaching with K-12 computing curricula: an Australian case study. Computer Science Education, 25(4), 390-429.
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2016 Vivian, R., Falkner, K., Falkner, N., & Tarmazdi, H. (2016). A method to analyse computer science students’ teamwork in online collaborative learning environments. ACM Transactions on Computing Education, 16(2), 7-1-7-28.
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2015 Uzunov, A., Fernandez, E., & Falkner, K. (2015). Security solution frames and security patterns for authorization in distributed, collaborative systems. Computers and Security, 55, 193-234.
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2015 Uzunov, A., Falkner, K., & Fernandez, E. (2015). A comprehensive pattern-oriented approach to engineering security methodologies. Information and Software Technology, 57(1), 217-247.
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2015 Uzunov, A., Fernandez, E., & Falkner, K. (2015). ASE: a comprehensive pattern-driven security methodology for distributed systems. Computer Standards and Interfaces, 41, 112-137.
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2015 Falkner, K. E. (2015). Computational thinking as the ‘new literacy’: professional development opportunities. Curriculum & Leadership Journal, 13(9).
2014 Vivian, R., Falkner, K., & Falkner, N. (2014). Addressing the challenges of a new digital technologies curriculum: MOOCs as a scalable solution for teacher professional development. Research in Learning Technology, 22(1), 24691-1-24691-19.
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2012 Uzunov, A., Fernandez, E., & Falkner, K. (2012). Securing distributed systems using patterns: A survey. Computers & Security, 31(5), 681-703.
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2012 Falkner, K., & Falkner, N. (2012). Supporting and structuring "contributing student pedagogy" in computer science curricula. Computer Science Education, 22(4), 413-443.
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2012 Uzunov, A., Fernandez, E., & Falkner, K. (2012). Engineering security into distributed systems: a survey of methodologies. Journal of Universal Computer Science, 18(20), 2920-3006.
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2011 Falkner, K. (2011). Integrating Communications Skills with Discipline Content. Ergo, 2(1), 5-14.
2009 Nguyen, P., Falkner, K., Detmold, H., & Munro, D. (2009). A domain specific language for execution profiling & regulation. Conferences in Research and Practice in Information Technology Series, 91, 123-132.
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2009 Falkner, K., & Palmer, E. (2009). Developing authentic problem solving skills in introductory computing classes. SIGCSE Bulletin, 41(1), 4-8.
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2008 Detmold, H., Van Den Hengel, A., Dick, A., Falkner, K., Munro, D., & Morrison, R. (2008). Middleware for distributed video surveillance. IEEE Distributed Systems Online, 9(2), 1-11.
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2005 Norcross, S., Morrison, R., Munro, D., Detmold, H., & Falkner, K. (2005). Implementing a family of distributed garbage collectors. Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology, 37(1), 107-126.
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2005 Detmold, H., Falkner, K., Munro, D., Olds, T., Morrison, R., & Norcross, S. (2005). Server enforced program safety for web application engineering. Journal of Web Engineering, 4(4), 339-371.
1999 Hawick, K., James, H., Silis, A., Grove, D., Patten, C., Mathew, J., . . . Vaughan, F. (1999). DISCWorld : an environment for service-based metacomputing. Future Generation Computer Systems, 15(5), 623-635.
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Book Chapters

Conference Papers

Year Citation
2017 Atapattu, T., & Falkner, K. (2017). Discourse analysis to improve the effective engagement of MOOC videos. In ACM International Conference Proceeding Series (pp. 580-581).
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2017 Falkner, N., Szabo, C., & Falkner, K. (2017). Formal forum triage: Towards the strategic selection of responses to student discussion forums. In L@S 2017 - Proceedings of the 4th (2017) ACM Conference on Learning at Scale (pp. 173-176).
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2017 Birdsey, L., Szabo, C., & Falkner, K. (2017). Casl: A declarative domain specific language for modeling complex adaptive systems. In Proceedings - Winter Simulation Conference (pp. 1241-1252). Arlington, VA: IEEE.
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2017 Falkner, K., Vivian, R., Falkner, N., & William, S. (2017). Reflecting on three offerings of a community-centric MOOC for K-6 computer science teachers. In SIGCSE '17 Proceedings of the 2017 ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (pp. 195-200). New York, NY, USA: ACM.
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2017 Sheard, J., Simon., Butler, M., Falkner, K., Morgan, M., & Weerasinghe, A. (2017). Strategies for maintaining academic integrity in first-year computing courses. In Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, ITiCSE Vol. Part F128680 (pp. 244-249).
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2017 Haidry, S., Falkner, K., & Szabo, C. (2017). Identifying domain-specific cognitive strategies for software engineering. In Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, ITiCSE Vol. Part F128680 (pp. 206-211).
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2017 Falkner, K. E., Vivian, R., & Falkner, N. (2017). Supporting Computational Thinking Development in K-6. In Proceedings of Latice 2017. Hong Kong.
2017 Le, K., Tarmazdi, H., Vivian, R., Falkner, K., Szabo, C., & Falkner, N. (2017). Directing Teacher Focus in Computer Science Online Learning Environments. In Proceedings of Latice 2017. Hong Kong.
2017 Birdsey, L., Szabo, C., & Falkner, K. (2017). Identifying Self-Organization and Adaptability in Complex Adaptive Systems. In Proceedings - 11th IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems, SASO 2017 (pp. 131-140). Univ Arizona, Tucson, AZ: IEEE.
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2017 Birdsey, L., Szabo, C., & Falkner, K. (2017). Large-scale complex adaptive systems using multi-agent modeling and simulation. In Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, AAMAS Vol. 3 (pp. 1478-1480).
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2016 Falkner, K., Szabo, C., & Chiprianov, V. (2016). Model-driven performance predication of systems of systems. In Proceedings of Models 2016. Saint-Malo, France: ACM Digital Library.
2016 Falkner, K., Falkner, N., Szabo, C., & Vivian, R. (2016). Applying validated pedagogy to MOOCs: an introductory programming course with media computation. In Proceedings of the 2016 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education Vol. 11-13-July-2016 (pp. 326-331). Arequipa, Peru: ACM New York.
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2016 Allan, T., Brumley, B., Falkner, K., Van De Pol, J., & Yarom, Y. (2016). Amplifying side channels through performance degradation. In Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Conference on Computer Security Applications Vol. 5-9-December-2016 (pp. 422-435). Los Angeles, California: ACM New York.
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2016 Atapattu Mudiyanselage, T., & Falkner, K. (2016). A framework for topic generation and labeling from MOOC discussions. In Proceedings of the Third (2016) ACM Conference on Learning @ Scale (pp. 201-204). NY, USA: ACM New York.
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2016 Atapattu Mudiyanselage, T., Falkner, K., & Tarmazdi, H. (2016). Topic-wise classification of MOOC discussions: a visual analytics approach. In T. Barnes, M. Chi, & M. Feng (Eds.), Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Educational Data Mining (pp. 276-281). Raleigh, NC, USA: IEDMS.
2015 Fehlmann, S., & Falkner, K. (2015). A case study in agility and evolving the long-lived software system. In Proceedings of the 24th Australasian Software Engineering Conference, vol. II Vol. 28-September-2015 (pp. 33-37). Adelaide, SA, Australia: Association for Computing Machinery.
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2015 Falkner, K., Szabo, C., Michell, D. E., Szorenyi, A., & Thyer, S. (2015). Gender gap in academia: perceptions of female computer science academics. In Proceedings of the 2015 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education Vol. 2015-June (pp. 111-116). Vilnius, Lithuania: ACM.
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2015 Tarmazdi, H., Vivian, R., Szabo, C., Falkner, K., & Falkner, N. (2015). Using learning analytics to visualise computer science teamwork. In V. Dagiene, C. Schulte, & T. Jevsikova (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2015 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education Vol. 2015-June (pp. 165-170). Vilnius, Lithuania: ACM.
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2015 Vivian, R., Tarmazdi, H., Falkner, K., Falkner, N., & Szabo, C. (2015). The development of a dashboard tool for visualising online teamwork discussions. In Proceedings of the 37th International Conference on Software Engineering Vol. 2 (pp. 380-388). Florence, Italy: IEEE.
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2015 Falkner, K., Vivian, R., & Falkner, N. (2015). Teaching computational thinking in K-6: the CSER digital technologies MOOC. In Proceedings of the 17th Australasian Computing Education Conference (pp. 63-72). Sydney, Australia: Australian Computer Society Inc..
2015 Falkner, K., Szabo, C., Vivian, R., & Falkner, N. (2015). Evolution of software development strategies. In Proceedings of the 2015 IEEE/ACM 37th IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering Vol. 2 (pp. 243-252). Firenze, Italy: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
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2015 Atapattu, T., Falkner, K., & Falkner, N. (2015). Educational question answering motivated by question-specific concept maps. In C. Conati, N. Heffernan, A. Mitrovic, & M. F. Verdejo (Eds.), Artificial Intelligence in Education, 17th International Conference, AIED 2015 Vol. 9112 (pp. 13-22). Madrid, Spain: Springer.
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2015 Bower, M., & Falkner, K. (2015). Computational thinking, the notional machine, pre-service teachers, and research opportunities. In Proceedings of the 17th Australasian Computing Education Conference (pp. 37-46). Sydney, Australia: Australian Computer Society Inc..
2015 Butler, M., Sheard, J., Morgan, M., Weerasinghe, A., Falkner, K., & Simon. (2015). Understanding the teaching context of first year ICT Education in Australia. In Proceedings of the 17th Australasian Computing Education Conference (pp. 101-109). Sydney, Australia: Australian Computer Society Inc..
2015 Morgan, M., Sheard, J., Butler, M., Falkner, K., Simon., & Weerasinghe, A. (2015). Teaching in first-year ICT education in Australia: research and practice. In Proceedings of the 17th Australasian Computing Education Conference (pp. 81-90). Sydney, Australia: Australian Computer Society Inc..
2015 Sheard, J., Morgan, M., Butler, M., Falkner, K., Simon., & Weerasinghe, A. (2015). Assessment in first-year ICT education in Australia: research and practice. In Proceedings of the 17th Australasian Computing Education Conference (pp. 91-99). Sydney, Australia: Australian Computer Society Inc..
2015 Butler, M., Morgan, M., Sheard, J., Simon., Falkner, K., & Weerasinghe, A. (2015). Initiatives to increase student Engagement in first-year ICT. In Proceedings of the 2015 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education Vol. 2015-June (pp. 308-313). Vilnius, Lithuania: ACM New York.
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2015 Atapattu, T., Falkner, K. E., & Falkner, N. (2015). Task-adapted concept map scaffolding to support quizzes in an online environment. In Proceedings of the 2015 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education Vol. 2015-June (pp. 272-277). Vilnius, Lithuania: Association for Computing Machinery.
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2015 Álvarez Cid-Fuentes, J., Szabo, C., & Falkner, K. (2015). Online behavior identification in distributed systems. In Proceedings of the 34th Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems Vol. 2016-January (pp. 202-211). Montreal, Canada: IEEE.
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2014 Falkner, K., Vivian, R., & Falkner, N. (2014). The Australian Digital Technologies Curriculum: challenge and opportunity. In Proceedings of the 16th Australasian Computing Education Conference Vol. 148 (pp. 3-12). Auckland, New Zealand: Australian Computer Society Inc..
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2014 Atapattu Mudiyanselage, T., Falkner, K., & Falkner, N. (2014). Acquisition of triples of knowledge from lecture notes: a natural language processing approach. In Stamper, J., Pardos, Z., & M. Mavrikis (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Educational Data Mining (pp. 193-196). London, United Kingdom: International Educational Data Mining Society (IEDMS).
2014 Falkner, N., & Falkner, K. (2014). “Whither, badges?” or “wither, badges!”: a metastudy of badges in Computer Science education to clarify effects, significance and influence. In Proceedings of 14th Koli Calling International Conference on Computing Education Research Vol. 2014-November (pp. 127-135). Koli, Finland: ACM New York.
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2014 Atapattu Mudiyanselage, T., Falkner, K., & Falkner, N. (2014). Evaluation of concept importance in concept maps mined from lecture notes: computer vs human. In S. Zvacek, M. T. Restivo, J. Uhomoibhi, & M. Helfert (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Computer Supported Education Vol. 2 (pp. 75-84). Barcelona, Spain: SciTePress.
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2014 Chiprianov, V., Falkner, K., Szabo, C., & Puddy, G. (2014). Architectural support for model-driven performance prediction of distributed real-time embedded systems of systems. In P. Avgeriou, & U. Zdun (Eds.), Software architecture: 8th European Conference, ECSA 2014 Vienna, Austria, August 25-29, 2014: proceedings Vol. 8627 LNCS (pp. 357-364). Vienna, Austria: Springer International Publishing.
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2014 Uzunov, A. V., Falkner, K., & Fernandez, E. B. (2014). A comprehensive pattern-driven security methodology for distributed systems. In Proceedings, 2014 23rd Australasian Software Engineering Conference, ASWEC 2014 (pp. 142-151). Sydney, N.S.W.: IEEE Computer Society.
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2014 Falkner, N., Vivian, R., Piper, D., & Falkner, K. (2014). Increasing the effectiveness of automated assessment by increasing marking granularity and feedback units. In Proceedings of the 45th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (pp. 9-14). Atlanta, Georgia: ACM New York.
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2014 Rieckmann, M., Fraser, D., Chiprianov, V., Szabo, C., & Falkner, K. (2014). Demonstration of model-driven performance prediction of distributed real-time embedded systems of systems. In Proceedings of the 2014 European Conference on Software Architecture Workshops (pp. 34-1-34-4). Vienna, Austria: ACM.
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2014 Chiprianov, V., Falkner, K., Gallon, L., & Munier, M. (2014). Towards modelling and analysing non-functional properties of systems of systems. In S. CooK, V. Ireland, A. Gorod, T. Ferris, & Q. Do (Eds.), Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on System of Systems Engineering: The Socio-Technical Perspective (pp. 289-294). Adelaide, Australia: IEEE.
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2014 Yarom, Y., & Falkner, K. (2014). Flush+reload: a high resolution, low noise, l3 cache side-channel attack. In Proceedings of the 23rd USENIX Security Symposium (pp. 719-732). San Diego, United States: The USENIX Association.
2014 Vivian, R., Falkner, K., & Szabo, C. (2014). Can everybody learn to code?: computer science community perceptions about learning the fundamentals of programming. In Proceedings of the 14th Koli Calling International Conference on Computing Education Research Vol. 2014-November (pp. 41-50). Koli Finland: ACM.
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2014 Szabo, C., Falkner, K., & Falkner, N. (2014). Experiences in course design using neo-piagetian theory. In Proceedings of the 14th Koli Calling International Conference on Computing Education Research Vol. 2014-November (pp. 81-90). Koli ,Finland: ACM.
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2014 Falkner, K., Vivian, R., & Falkner, N. J. G. (2014). Identifying computer science self-regulated learning strategies. In ITICSE 2014 - Proceedings of the 2014 Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education Conference (pp. 291-296). Uppsala, Sweden: Association for Computing Machinery.
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2014 Szabo, C., & Falkner, K. (2014). Neo-Piagetian theory as a guide to curriculum analysis. In Proceedings of the 45th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (pp. 115-120). Atlanta, GA: ACM.
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2013 Vivian, R., Falkner, K., & Falkner, N. (2013). Computer science students' causal attributions for successful and unsuccessful outcomes in programming assignments. In Proceedings of the 13th Koli Calling International conference on computing education research (pp. 125-134). Finland: ACM.
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2013 Vivian, R., Falkner, K., & Falkner, N. (2013). Analysing computer science students' teamwork role adoption in an online self-organised teamwork activity. In Proceedings of the 13th Koli Calling International conference on computing education research (pp. 105-114). Finland: ACM.
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2013 Haig, T., Falkner, K., & Falkner, N. (2013). Visualisation of learning management system usage for detecting student behaviour patterns. In A. Carbone, & J. Whalley (Eds.), Proceedings of the 15th Australasian Computing Education Conference (ACE) Vol. 136 (pp. 107-115). Australia: Australian Computer Society.
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2013 Britton, M., Falkner, K., & Puddy, G. (2013). Combat management systems: Predicting performance early in the design lifecycle. In Proceedings of the 2013 Military Communications and Information Systems Conference, MilCIS 2013 (pp. 1-6). United States: IEEE.
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2013 Falkner, K., Chiprianov, V., Falkner, N., Szabo, C., & Puddy, G. (2013). Modeling scenarios for the performance prediction of distributed real-time embedded systems. In 2013 Military Communications and Information Systems Conference (MilCIS) (pp. 1-6). United States: IEEE.
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2013 Vivian, R., Falkner, K., & Falkner, N. (2013). Building consensus: Students' cognitive and metacognitive behaviours during wiki construction. In Proceedings of the IEEE 2013 Learning and Teaching in Computing and Engineering, LaTiCE (pp. 154-161). USA: IEEE.
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2013 Falkner, N., Vivian, R., & Falkner, K. (2013). Computer science education: The first threshold concept. In 2013 Learning and Teaching in Computing and Engineering (pp. 39-46). USA: IEEE.
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2013 Falkner, K., Vivian, R., & Falkner, N. (2013). Neo-piagetian forms of reasoning in software development process construction. In Proceedings of the 2013 Learning and Teaching in Computing and Engineering (pp. 31-38). USA: IEEE.
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2013 Uzunov, A., Falkner, K., & Fernandez, E. (2013). Decomposing distributed software architectures for the determination and incorporation of security and other non-functional requirements. In Proceedings of the 2013 22nd Australian Conference on Software Engineering (pp. 30-39). USA: IEEE.
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2013 Falkner, K., Chiprianov, V., Falkner, N., Szabo, C., Hill, J., Puddy, G., . . . Wallis, A. (2013). Model-driven performance prediction of distributed real-time embedded defence systems. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Engineering of Complex Computer Systems, ICECCS (pp. 155-158). USA: IEEE.
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2013 Falkner, K., & Falkner, N. (2013). Designing and supporting collaborative learning activities. In Proceedings of the 44th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, SIGCSE 2013 (pp. 537-538). online: ACM Digital Library.
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2013 Falkner, K., Falkner, N., & Vivian, R. (2013). Collaborative learning and anxiety a phenomenographic study of collaborative learning activities. In SIGCSE 2013 - Proceedings of the 44th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (pp. 227-232). USA: ACM.
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2012 Falkner, N., & Falkner, K. (2012). Teaching tools as teaching tools: contextualised authentic learning examples. In Proceedings of the 2012 Australasian Association for Engineering Education Annual Conference, AAEE 2012 (pp. 1-9). Melbourne: ESER Group.
2012 Atapattu Mudiyanselage, T., Falkner, K., & Falkner, N. (2012). Automated extraction of semantic concepts from semi-structured data: supporting computer-based education through the analysis of lecture notes. In Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications, DEXA 2012 Vol. 7446 LNCS (pp. 161-175). Germany: Springer-Verlag.
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2012 Yarom, Y., Falkner, K., & Munro, D. (2012). S-RVM: a secure design for a high-performance java virtual machine. In Proceedings of the 2012 ACM Workshop on Virtual Machines and Intermediate Languages, VMIL'12 (pp. 13-22). USA: ACM.
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2012 Falkner, N., & Falkner, K. (2012). A fast measure for identifying at-risk students in computer science. In Proceedings of the 9th Annual International Conference on International Computing Education Research, ICER 2012 (pp. 55-62). Australia: ACM.
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2012 Falkner, K., & Falkner, N. (2012). Integrating communication skills into the computer science curriculum. In Proceedings of the 43rd ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, SIGCSE'12 (pp. 379-384). USA: ACM.
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2010 Le Lievre, K., & Falkner, K. (2010). A change of direction: helping postgraduate students become effective sessional teachers. In The Education Research Group of Adelaid (pp. The Changing Face of Education, 24-25 September, 2010). Adelaide, Australia: The University of Adelaide.
2010 Falkner, K., & Le Lievre, K. (2010). From student to teacher: Building professional development resources for sessional teaching staff. In Proceedings of 21st Annual Conference for the Australasian Association for Engineering Education (pp. 649-655). Australia: AaeE.
2009 Falkner, K., & Palmer, E. (2009). Developing authentic problem solving skills in introductory computing classes. In Proceedings of SIGSCE'09 (pp. 4-8). USA: ACM.
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2009 Falkner, K. (2009). Engaging large first year classes. In Proceedings of the 20th AAEE Conference (pp. 274-279). Australia: AAEE.
2009 Nguyen, P., Falkner, K., Detmold, H., & Munro, D. (2009). A domain specific language for execution profiling & regulation. In Proceedings of ACSC 2009 Vol. 91 (pp. 111-120). Australia: ACS.
2009 Falkner, K., & Munro, D. (2009). Easing the transition: A collaborative learning approach. In Proceedings of ACE 2009 Vol. 95 (pp. 65-74). Australia: ACS.
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2008 Falkner, K., McEntee, J., Palmer, E., & Botten, J. (2008). Establishing an education community of practice. In Proceedings of HERDSA 2008 (pp. 1-9). NZ: HERDSA.
2008 Detmold, H., Van Den Hengel, A., Dick, A., Cichowski, A., Hill, R., Kocadag, E., . . . Munro, D. (2008). Estimating camera overlap in large and growing networks. In Proceedings of the ICDSC 2008 (pp. 1-9). USA: IEEE.
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2007 Detmold, H., Van Den Hengel, A., Dick, A., Cichowski, A., Hill, R., Kocadag, E., . . . Munro, D. (2007). Topology estimation for thousand-camera surveillance networks. In B. Rinner, & W. Wolf (Eds.), Proceedings of ICDSC-07 (pp. 195-202). CDROM: IEEE.
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2007 Falkner, K., Balasubramaniam, D., Detmold, H., & Munro, D. (2007). Informed evolution. In Flavio Oquendo (Ed.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 4758 LNCS Vol. 4758 LNCS (pp. 288-291). Spain: Springer.
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2006 Detmold, H., Falkner, K., Munro, D., Olds, T., & Zakarevicius, A. (2006). Evolving system services to meet application requirements. In J. Gray, R. Klefstad, & Y. Coady (Eds.), Proceedings of HICSS-39 2006 Vol. 9 (pp. www1-www9). www: IEEE.
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2006 Detmold, H., Dick, A., Falkner, K., Munro, D., Van Den Hengel, A., & Morrison, R. (2006). Middleware for video surveillance networks. In V. Cahill, & S. Michiels (Eds.), Proceedings of MIdSens'06 Vol. 218 (pp. CDROM31-CDROM36). CDROM: ACM Press.
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2006 Detmold, H., Dick, A., Falkner, K., Munro, D., Van Den Hengel, A., & Morrison, R. (2006). Scalable surveillance software architecture. In M. Piccardi, T. Hintz, I. Pavlidis, C. Regazzoni, & X. He (Eds.), Proceedings of AVSS 2006 (pp. CDROM1-CDROM6). CDROM: IEEE.
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2004 Fox, J., Detmold, H., & Falkner, K. (2004). Hyper-programming web applications. In G. Abraham, & B. I. P. Rubinstein (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second Australian Undergraduate Students' Computing Conference (pp. www 59-www 66). http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~benr/publications/auscc04/: AUSCC.
2004 Brodie-Tyrrell, W., Detmold, H., Falkner, K., & Munro, D. (2004). Garbage collection for storage-oriented clusters. In V. Estivill Castro (Ed.), Computer Science 2004: Proceedings of the 27th Australasian Computer Science Conference (pp. 99-108). NSW, Australia: Australian Computer Society Inc.
2004 Hill, D., & Falkner, K. (2004). Designing a flexible naming system with the compliant systems architecture. In H. Detmold, K. Falkner, & D. S. Munro (Eds.), Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Object Systems and Software Architectures 2004 (pp. www 1-www 6). http://www.cs.adelaide.edu.au/~wossa2004: The University of Adelaide.
2004 Falkner, K., Detmold, H., Hill, D., Munro, D., Morrison, R., & Norcross, S. (2004). Unifying static and dynamic approaches to evolution through the Compliant Systems Architecture. In R. H. Sprague Jr (Ed.), Proceedings of the 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences Vol. 37 (pp. CD-ROM 1-CD-ROM 9). CD-ROM: IEEE.
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2004 Olds, T., Detmold, H., Falkner, K., & Munro, D. (2004). Engineering safe and efficient shareability within Web systems. In J. X. Yu, X. Lin, H. Lu, & Y. Zhang (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th Asia-Pacific Web Conference Vol. 3007 (pp. 697-710). Germany: Springer.
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2003 Detmold, H., Falkner, K., Munro, D., Olds, T., Morrison, R., & Norcross, S. (2003). An integrated approach to static safety of web applications. In G. Hencsey, & B. White (Eds.), Proceedings of the 12th International World Wide Web Conference 2003 (pp. www 1-www 4). http://www2003.org: International WWW Conference Committee.
2003 Hill, D., Detmold, H., Falkner, K., & Munro, D. (2003). Using the compliant systems architecture to deliver flexible policies within two-phase commit. In A. James, B. Lings, & M. Younas (Eds.), 20th British National Conference on Databases, BNCOD 20 Coventry, UK, July 15-17, 2003 Proceedings Vol. 2712 (pp. 245-252). Berlin, Germany: Springer.
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2002 Falkner, K., Detmold, H., Munro, D., & Olds, T. (2002). Towards compliant distributed shared memory. In H. Bal, K. P. Lohr, & A. Reinefeld (Eds.), Proceedings of CCGrid2002 (pp. 305-310). California, USA: IEEE Computer Society.
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2001 Vaughan, F., Brodie-Tyrrell, W., Falkner, K., & Munro, D. (2001). Bounded parallel garbage collection: Implementation and adaptation. In H. ElGindy, & C. Fidge (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th Australasian Conference on Parallel and Real-Time Systems (pp. 40-49). HONG KONG: SPRINGER-VERLAG HONG KONG LTD.
2001 Munro, D., Falkner, K., Lowry, M., & Vaughan, F. (2001). Mosaic: A non-intrusive complete garbage collector for DSM systems. In R. Buyya, G. Mohay, & P. Roe (Eds.), Proceedings of the First IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid (pp. 539-546). LOS ALAMITOS, CALIFORNIA, USA: IEEE COMPUTER SOCIETY.
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2000 Falkner, K. (2000). A model of location transparency. In C. J. Barter, & D. S. Munro (Eds.), Proceedings of The Seventh IDEA International Workshop (pp. 24-28). Adelaide, Australia: The University of Adelaide.
1998 Coddington, P., Hawick, K., Kerry, K., Mathew, J., Silis, A., Webb, D., . . . Tang, K. (1998). Implementation of a geospatial imagery digital library using Java and CORBA. In J. Chen, M. Li, C. Mingins, & B. Meyer (Eds.), TOOLS 27: TECHNOLOGY OF OBJECT-ORIENTED LANGUAGES, PROCEEDINGS (pp. 280-289). BEIJING, PEOPLES R CHINA: IEEE COMPUTER SOC.
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1998 Kerry, K., & Hawick, K. (1998). Kriging interpolation on high-performance computers. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) Vol. 1401 (pp. 429-438).
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Conference Items

Report for External Bodies

Current Grants and Industry Research Contracts

ICT Forecast and Analysis, and Exploration of Automatic Code Deployment to Computing Hardware Types. K. Falkner and B. Phillips, DST Group Research Contract ($852,852) (2017-2020)

SEM Environment: Deployment Platform and Instrumentation Research. K. Falkner and C. Szabo, DST Group Research Contract ($1,033,014) (2017-2019)

For the Expanded Rollout and Support of the University of Adelaide Digital Technology MOOCS – Closing the Digital Divide for Disadvantaged Students, Department of Education and Training. K. Falkner, R. Vivian, N. Falkner and C. Szabo ($6,900,000) (2016-2020)

Assessment and OS-Level Mitigation of Timing Channels. Y.Yarom and K. Falkner, Data61 CRP Research Agreement ($682,684) (2016-2019)

Airborne spatial tracking for saving endangered species. D. Ranasinghe, L. P. Koh, K. Falkner, B. Ostendorf, G. Puddy, ARC Linkage Project ($181,194) (2016-2018)

Assessment for the F-10 Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies, Education Services Australia (ESA) Research Contract. R. Vivian & K. Falkner. (2016-2018) ($141,616) (2016-2017).

Completed Grants and Industry Research Contracts

Understanding Australia’s Teaching Culture with Respect to Gender Diversity, C. Szabo, K. Falkner, A. Szorenyi and D. Michell, Google Australia, $26,764 (2017)

Understanding the relationship between social community formation and progression within MOOC environments, K. Falkner, R. Vivian and T. Atapattu, Research Contract, Google Australia, $37,687 (2017)

KVM Literature Review. K. Falkner, DST Group Research Contract ($60,000) (2017)

Delivery of a Fully Operational SEM Environment. K. Falkner and C. Szabo, DST Group Research Contract ($150,000) (2016-2017)

Submarine Combat System Large Scale Computing Infrastructure Performance and Interoperability Insight. K. Falkner and C. Szabo, DST Group Research Contract ($150,000) (2016-2017)

Computing Infrastructure Performance and Interoperability Research (Generic Vehicle Architecture Integration). K. Falkner and C. Szabo, DST Group Research Contract ($110,000) (2016)

Expanding Teacher Professional Development – Beyond the CSER MOOC, Google Research Contract. K. Falkner, R. Vivian. ($95,101) (2016)

Assessment and OS-Level Mitigation of Timing Channels. Y.Yarom and K. Falkner, NICTA CRP Research Agreement ($132,378) (2015-2016)

Automated Analysis of MOOC Discussion Content to Support Personalised Learning, K. Falkner, Google MOOC Focused Research Awards. ($50,000 US) (2015-2016)

Pathways to Computer Science: Enabling Equity and Diversity. K. Falkner, C. Szabo, A.Szorenyi and D. Michell, Google Research Contract ($55,000) (2015-2016)

Computing Infrastructure Performance and Interoperability Research – Integration. K. Falkner and C. Szabo, DSTO Research Contract ($465,000) (2015-2016)

Computing Infrastructure Performance and Interoperability Research – Security. K. Falkner and Y. Yarom, DSTO Research Contract ($170,000) (2015-2016)

Coding Across the Curriculum – Curriculum Mapping and Analysis. K. Falkner and R. Vivian. ($77,889) (2015)

Building Digital Technologies Capacity. K. Falkner and R. Vivian, Google Research Contract ($48,312) (2014-2015)

Assessment and OS-Level Mitigation of Timing Channels. K. Falkner and Y. Yarom, NICTA CRP ($232,167) (2014-2015)

Addressing the Challenge of the Digital Technologies Curriculum (Years 7&8). K. Falkner, R. Vivian, N. Falkner and C. Szabo, Digital Careers Sponsorship Agreement ($119,588) (2014-2015).

Model Driven Systems Engineering: Advanced Modelling of Communication Protocols. K. Falkner and Y. Yarom, DSTO Research Contract ($110,000) (2014)

Improving Gender Equity in Computer Science and ICT, A. Szorenyi and K. Falkner, HUMSS Faculty Research Centre Competitive Funding Scheme ($4,985) (2014)

Experiences of first year students in ICT courses: best practices in teaching introductory programming in ICT courses, J. Sheard, M. Morgan, M. Butler, K. Falkner, A. Weerasinghe, Simon, ACDICT ALTA Commissioned Good Practice Report ($14,937) (2014)

Model Driven Systems Engineering: Advanced Modelling of Communication Protocols. K. Falkner and C. Szabo, DSTO Research Contract ($130,000) (2014)

Addressing the Challenges of the Digital Technologies Curriculum: MOOCs for Teacher Development, K. Falkner, N. Falkner and R. Vivian, Google Research Contract ($65,000 + in-kind) (2013-2014)

An evidenced-based approach to the design and redevelopment of inclusive, technology-enhanced learning environments, D. Wood, L. Glenny, C. Snowden, S. Scutter, T. Du, D. Tedmanson, B. Underwood, T. Johnson, N. Lindsay, K. Falkner, R. Vivian, M. Hughes-Warrington, H. Partridge and J. Willems, OLT Innovation and Development Grant, $211,000 (2013-2014)

Model Driven Systems Engineering. K. Falkner and C. Szabo, DSTO Research Contract ($420,000) (2013-2015)

Digital Inclusion and Indigenous Australians. Lester-Irabinna Rigney, Katrina Falkner, Peter Radoll and Mike Wilmore. Telstra Foundation Research Contract, $75,000 (2013).

Review of Model Driven Software Engineering Practice: System Execution Modelling Environment. K. Falkner, N. Falkner and C. Szabo. DSTO Research Contract ($75,000) (2012-2013)

Review of Model Driven Software Engineering Practice: System Virtualisation. K. Falkner. DSTO Research Contract ($130,000) (2012-2013)

Review of Model Driven Software Engineering Practice: Extending the Reference Combat management and System Execution Modelling Capability. K. Falkner, N. Falkner and C. Szabo, DSTO Research Contract ($490,000) (2012-2013)

Review of Model Driven Software Engineering Practice: System Execution Modelling. K. Falkner, DSTO Research Contract ($120,000) (2012)

Review of Model Driven Software Engineering Practice: Reference Combat Management System Development. K. Falkner, DSTO Research Contract ($225,000) (2011-2012)

Review of Model Driven Software Engineering Practice: UAV Models. K. Falkner, DSTO Research Contract ($46,500) (2011)

Early Intervention Strategies for At Risk Students in ECMS, Katrina Falkner, Lachlan Coleman, University Implementation Grant for Learning and Teaching Enhancements ($12,000) (2010).

Sustained Sessional Teacher Support, K. Falkner, T. Rainsford, C. Kestell, J. Denier, University Learning and Teaching Performance Fund Grant ($50,000) (2009-2010)

A Problem Solving Curriculum in Computing, B. Alexander, K. Falkner, H. el-Gindy, F. Brown, Z. Michalewicz, Google Research Grant ($46,500) (2007-2008)

Review of Model Driven Software Engineering Practice. K. Falkner, DSTO Research Contract ($70,000) (2010)
Designing software architectures for application development above a microkernel in a trusted embedded system, K. Falkner, ECMS Faculty Small Grant ($10,000) (2006-2007)

Evaluating effectiveness, defining standards and sharing effective methods of assessment across disciplines, E. Palmer, K. Falkner, J. McEntee, B. Alexander, S. Al-Sarawi, M. Coulson, J. Botten, L. Rogers, University of Adelaide Learning and Teaching Grant ($32,000) (2007)

Establishing links between High School Mathematics and Different University Pathways, K. Falkner (Industry Partner), Premier's Industry Awards for Teachers of Science and Mathematics (in-kind contribution) (2007)

Mistkastn - a distributed Java Virtual Machine, D.S. Munro, K. Falkner and Y. Yarom, Apple University Development Fund Grant (Equipment Grant, $7,500) (2005-2007)

The evaluation and validation of a new approach to software evolution, K. Falkner, ECMS Faculty Small Grant ($6,500) (2005)

A new approach to integrating Static and Dynamic Software Evolution Techniques, K. Falkner, ECMS Faculty Small Grant ($8,000) (2004)

Computer Science Programming and Learning Centre, K. Falkner and D.S. Munro, University of Adelaide Learning and Teaching Grant ($12,000) (2003)

 

 

I have a strong interest in Computer Science Education Research, mainly in the areas of collaborative and active pedagogy, and the use of technology to support online learning, including MOOCs, online collaboration environments and technology-assisted education. You can read more about my work in this area at the Computer Science Education Research Group (CSER) site. 

CSER leads the development of the CSER Digital Technologies MOOCs, free online courses, designed to support Australian teachers with implementing the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies. These courses are free and open to all Australian teachers, and will help connect you with a community of interested educators. 

You can read more about Learning and Teaching within the School of Computer Science on my wordpress blog: katrinafalkner.wordpress.com

Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
2018 Principal Supervisor Predict Student Behavior and Provide Supplementary Feedback to Increase the Student Engagement through Learning Analytics Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Lavendini Sivaneasharajah
2017 Principal Supervisor Automated assistance during software development to support the learning of debugging and problem solving methodologies Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Rita Alicia Garcia
2017 Principal Supervisor Natural Language Processing Techniques for large scale learning Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Menasha Thilakaratne
2016 Principal Supervisor Subgoal and Strategy in Problem Solving and Education Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Yanxin Wang
2016 Principal Supervisor Computer Aided Formative Assessment in Collaborative Software Development Assignments Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Hamid Tarmazdi
2015 Principal Supervisor Specification and Measurement of Embedded Computer System Resource Utilisation and Spare Capacity Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Trent Davoren O'Connor
2014 Principal Supervisor Detecting Students At-Risk Using Social Learning Analytics Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Ayman Saleh S Albassam
2014 Co-Supervisor Analysis and Validation of Complex Systems Behaviour Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Lachlan Birdsey
2012 Principal Supervisor Software Architectures and Model Driven Engineering Master of Science in Mathematical and Computer Sciences Master Part Time Mr Amir Kanan Kashefi
2011 Principal Supervisor Identification and management of Risk Associated with Interaction of Distributed Real Time and Embedded System Through the use of Execution and behaviour modelling Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Gavin Stanley Puddy

Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
2015 - 2017 Principal Supervisor Towards Technologies for Promoting Nutritional Health in Older People with Dementia Living in their Own Home Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Asangi Jayatilaka
2014 - 2017 Co-Supervisor Adaptive Anomalous Behavior Identification in Large-Scale Distributed Systems Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Javier Alvarez
2011 - 2015 Principal Supervisor A computational model for task-adapted knowledge organisation: improving learning through concept maps extracted from lecture slides Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Thushari Atapattu
2010 - 2014 Principal Supervisor Engineering Security Methodologies for Distributed Systems Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Anton Uzunov
2003 - 2014 Co-Supervisor Software-Based Reference Protection for Component Isolation Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Dr Yuval Yarom
2003 - 2008 Co-Supervisor Surf: An Abstract Model of Distributed Garbage Collection Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr William Brodie-Tyrrell

Board Memberships

Date Role Board name Institution name Country
2015 - ongoing Board Member ACS ICT Educators Board Australian Computer Society Australia
2006 - 2011 Co-Founder Higher Education Research Group of Adelaide University of Adelaide Australia

Memberships

Date Role Membership Country
2015 - ongoing Member ACDICT Executive Committee

Editorial Boards

Date Role Editorial Board Name Institution Country
2015 - ongoing Associate Editor ACM Transactions on Computing Education
2014 - ongoing Associate Editor IEEE Transactions on Education

Offices Held

Date Office Name Institution Country
2014 - ongoing Chair, ACM SIGCSE - Australasia ACM Special Interest Group in Computer Science Education - Australasia
Position
Deputy Dean (Students) for ECMS
Phone
83136178
Fax
8313 4366
Campus
North Terrace
Building
Ingkarni Wardli, floor 4
Room Number
4 22
Org Unit
School of Computer Science

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