School of Mathematical Sciences
Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.
My background research activities are mainly in the fields of Applied Mathematics, Statistics and Psychology and I have recently completed my PhD in the area of Mathematical Psychology. It looked at two broad areas:
1. Effective wastewater sampling techniques for measuring illicit drug consumption extent.
2. Application of cognitive models in a clinical context.
I have published first author papers in both of these fields with both cross-disciplinary and cross-institutional teams. I am also interested in statistical applications across all fields and am currently researching in the forensic science space.
Date Position Institution name 2018 Lecturer University of Adelaide 2016 - 2018 Lecturer University of Tasmania
Awards and Achievements
Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount 2020 Teaching Award Special Commendation - teaching response during COVID-19 the University of Adelaide Australia — 2020 Award Outstanding Acheivement ACMES - Australian Centre of Excellence in Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers Australia 1000 2014 Award Winner of the 3 minute thesis competition - University of Tasmania University of Tasmania Australia $3,000
Date Institution name Country Title 2012 - 2017 University of Tasmania Australia PhD 2007 - 2010 University of Tasmania Australia Bachelor of Science (hons)
|Date||Taught||Developed||Coordinated||Course Title||Institution||Course Level/ Code||URL|
|2021||x||x||x||Data Literacy||University of Adelaide||MATHS 1005||Link|
|2020||x||x||x||Statistical Analysis and Modelling||University of Adelaide||STATS 1005||Link|
|2020||x||Research Methods and Statistics||University of Adelaide||MATHS 7025||Link|
|2020||x||x||MathTrackX||University of Adelaide||Pre-Tertiary MOOC series||Link|
|2019||x||x||Time Series III||University of Adelaide||STATS 3005, 7058||Link|
|2018-2019||x||x||Mathematical Background for Biostatistics||University of Adelaide||BIOSTATS 6001EX||Link|
|2018-2020||x||x||x||Statistical Practice 1||University of Adelaide||STATS 1000, 1004, 1504||Link|
|2016-2017||x||x||x||Big Decisions! Rational belief and action in an uncertain world||University of Tasmania||XBR111||Link|
|2011-2017||x||x||x||Statistical Analysis Using R||University of Tasmania||KMA711||Link|
|2015-2017||x||x||x||Data Handling and Statistics 2||University of Tasmania||KMA253||Link|
|2014-2016||x||x||x||First year Medicine (Statistics Component)||University of Tasmania||CAM102|
Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2021 Co-Supervisor Creating a user friendly, data driven tool for the short-term prediction of emergency department performance. Master of Philosophy Master Full Time Mr Michael John Ucci 2020 Co-Supervisor A retrospective analysis of drug-related coronial deaths in SA over 30 years Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Lilli Grace Stephenson 2020 Principal Supervisor Building a recommender system to increase successful outcomes in crime scene analysis. Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Louise Margaret Campbell 2020 Principal Supervisor Large-scale social media sentiment analysis as a predictor of public behaviour in Australia. Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Saranzaya Magsarjav 2020 Co-Supervisor Understanding the Factors that Lead to the Rebound in Syphilis Transmission in Australia, in the Early 21st Century Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Kym Erin Wilkins 2019 Co-Supervisor Four dimensional, highly correlated, longitudinal data with informative missingness: The statistical challenge of predicting childhood mental health from fMRI data. Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Matthew James Ryan 2019 Principal Supervisor Analysis of Laser Ablation-Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (LA-ICPMS) for Identification and Comparison of Forensic Glass Samples in Australia Master of Philosophy Master Full Time Mr Oliver James Lountain
Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2018 - 2019 Co-Supervisor Explanatory statistical modelling of influences of demographic experience on political identity Master of Philosophy Master Full Time Mr Lachlann Bradley McArthur
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