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I’m located in Room 7.21 of the Doug McDonell Building of the university’s main Parkville campus—it’s usually best to make an appointment by email before meeting in person.

  1. Notes for prospective students. While Engineering PhD admissions/scholarship processes are centralised, a nominated supervisor must approve the application. I recruit 2 PhD students per year on average (with v high variance), co-supervised. As such I welcome contact from both domestic/international students seeking doctoral research opportunities. But I strongly suggest first browsing my recent papers and partial list of PhD projects. My work is frequently mathematical aspects of machine learning - suitable for backgrounds with advanced mathematics. Messages highlighting fit and including CV & transcripts are more likely to receive positive responses. I apologise if I am unable to respond, as I receive a high volume of requests. Enrolled MIT/MSc students should feel free to contact me. Finally, I am usually unable to take foreign-based summer interns, unless on the rare occasion the student has access to external sources of funding.