TEACHING

In 2022, I am teaching in the following papers

  • COMPSCI 765: Modelling Minds (Semester 1)
  • COMPSCI 369: Computational Methods in Interdisciplinary Science (Semester 1)
  • COMPSCI 289: Research Seminar in Computer Science (Semester 2)
  • COMPSCI 111: An Introduction to Practical Computing (Semester 2)
  • BIOSCI 702: Systems and Models in the Natural Sciences (Semester 2)
  • ASTRO 200G: Astrobiology (semester 2)

PROSPECTIVE GRADUATE STUDENTS

If you are interested in one or more of the topics presented on this website, and considering graduate study, please feel welcome to get in touch by email. But please do not send through a copy/pasted generic email --- it will likely get deleted without a response.

If you are someone who identifies as belonging to an under-represented group in academia, I'd especially encourage you to get in touch!

CURRENT STUDENTS

Sam Morrison, Doctoral Candidate
Mar., 2022 — ongoing
Exploring the Dynamics of Cognitive Control: A Situated and Embodied Approach
Primary supervisor: Chris Erb, Dept. of Psychology; co-supervised by Paul Corballis
Thomas Bailie, Honours Candidate
Mar., 2022 — ongoing
Evolved Dynamical Systems as Musical Instruments
co-supervised with Claire Postlethwaite, Dept. of Mathematics
Sumeet Kumar, MSc Candidate
Jul., 2020 — ongoing
Characterizing Stability in Random Ecological Networks
Yan Kolezhitskiy, Doctoral Candidate
Apr., 2019 — ongoing
Stochasticity in Models of Viability
co-supervised with Claire Postlethwaite, Dept. of Mathematics
James Garner, Doctoral Candidate
Mar., 2019 — ongoing
Investigating Interoception, Affect & Emotion With Simulated Agents
co-supervised with Emily Parke, Dept of Philosophy
Mario Zarco, Doctoral Candidate
Oct., 2018 — ongoing
Sensorimotor behaviour at different scales: from social interaction to the role of culture.
co-supervised with Yun Sing Koh
Valerie Jeong, Doctoral Candidate
Aug., 2018 — ongoing
Noise in Heteroclinic Network-Based Evolutionary Robotics
co-supervised with Claire Postlethwaite, Dept. of Mathematics
Felix Woolford, Doctoral Candidate
July, 2018 — ongoing
Sensorimotor-based Intelligence in Robotics and Simulated Agents
co-supervised with Yun Sing Koh, School of Computer Science

PAST STUDENTS

Louis Lin, MSc Candidate
Mar., 2021 — Mar. 2022
Computational models of minimal forms of self-preserving behaviour
Isabella Kite, Honours
2019 — 2020
Altering Perception during reaching tasks using Virtual Reality
co-supervised with Chris Erb, School of Psychology
Isabelle Steinmann, Summer Scholar
Nov. 2018 — Mar. 2019
Dynamical Analysis of a Self-Sustaining Behavioural Mechanism
co-supervised with Claire Postlethwaite, Dept. of Mathematics
Stefano Cavallero, Honours
Mar. 2018 — Nov. 2018
Guided Self-Organization in a Computational Model of Diffusion-Limited Aggregation
Jerome Wynne, Northern Hemisphere Summer Research Scholar
July, 2018 — Sept., 2018
Dynamical Analysis of Minimal Two-Wheeled Robots
co-supervised with Claire Postlethwaite, Dept. of Mathematics
Valerie Jeong, MSc
Mar., 2017 — Mar., 2018
Evolving a Heteroclinic Network in Sensorimotor Tasks
co-supervised with Claire Postlethwaite, Dept. of Mathematics
Nidia Jackson, MSc
Mar., 2017 — Apr., 2018
Evolving the Parameters of Heteroclinic Networks to act as Controllers in Embodied Robotics Tasks
co-supervised with Claire Postlethwaite, Dept. of Mathematics
Darius Au, Summer Scholar
Dec. 2017 — Feb. 2018
Habit-based Lego Robots
Teddy Halim, Summer Scholar
Dec. 2017 — Feb. 2018
Habit-based Lego Robots