Department of Computer Science


Intelligent Systems and Informatics

Supervisors:

You can add/modify/delete the available projects by modifying the spreadsheet here. After updating the spreadsheet, please email the Computer Science web administrator at d.dimalen@auckland.ac.nz.

Dr Mike Barley

Contact Dr Barley directly about potential projects at mbar098@cs.auckland.ac.nz.

Associate Professor Patrice Delmas

Research topics  Co-supervisor/s Status/Current student
Accurate 3D scene modelling by fusion of active range and passive stereo data. Professor Georgy Gimel'farb Chan, Edwin
(PhD student)

Dr Matthew Egbert

Research topics  Co-supervisor/s Status/Current student
Biology inspired AI: Modeling the adaptive behavior of dissipative structures. - -
Real-time scientific visualisation with OpenGL and Python. - -
Sensorimotor-based intelligence in robotics and simulated agents. - -
Understanding how life originated and evolves using models. - -

Professor Georgy Gimel'farb

Research topics  Co-supervisor/s Status/Current student
Energy minimisation-based stereo matching with due account of multiple equivalent solutions. Dr Patrice Delmas Gong, Rui
(PhD student)
Image and video processing, computer vision, pattern recognition and medical image analysis. Dr Patrice Delmas

 

Liu, Ni
(PhD student)

High-order Markov-Gibbs random fields for texture modelling. Dr Pat Riddle

Versteegen, Ralph
(PhD student)

Dr Yun Sing Koh

Research topics  Co-supervisor/s Status/Current student
Detecting paradigm shifts in detecting influential nodes. Professor Gill Dobbie Bian, Ranran (PhD student)

Dr Jiamou Liu

Contact Dr Liu directly about potential projects.

Dr Patricia Riddle

Research topics  Co-supervisor/s Status/Current student
Web resource estimation using Bayesian Network models.   Azhar, Damir
(PhD student)

Professor Jim Warren

Research topics  Co-supervisor/s Status/Current student
Preventable hospitalisations identification of patients by intelligent temporal rules mining in electronic medical records.   Song, Shen (PhD student)

Associate Professor Ian Watson

Research topics  Co-supervisor/s Status/Current student
Development of macro and micro-level assistive agents for real-time strategy games using case-based reasoning and reinforcement learning.  

Robertson, Glen (PhD student)

 

Creating human-level AI in strategy games using hybrid CBR/RL.   Wender, Stefan
(PhD student)