Graduate Coordination Team
Our post-graduate prospectus
for Engineering and Computer Science gives information about the graduate programme, and many courses have their own specific homepages
. You are welcome to approach one of the following people:
- Diana Siwiak - first point of contact for all thesis students (PhD and Masters),
- Craig Watterson - pastoral care for all thesis students (PhD and Masters),
- Lindsay Groves - seminar chair for provisionally registered thesis students (PhD),
- Will Browne - six monthly reports manager for all thesis students (PhD),
- James Noble - for queries and enrolment concerning our thesis program (ME, Masters Part 2 (thesis) and PhD),
- Bing Xue - for international students interested in any non-thesis postgraduate programs in Computer Science, or
- Robin Dykstra - for international students interested in any non-thesis postgraduate programs in Electronic and Computer systems, or
- Peter Andreae - for any other graduate inquiries (e.g. domestic students interested in Graduate Diploma in Science etc).
The following links contain more specific information relevant to postgraduate research:
Postgrad Life @ ECS
Shut Up & Write:
ECS Writing Sessions
Mondays 13:00-15:00 in Cotton Room 344.
Thursdays 9:00-11:00 in Cotton Room 255.
- Arrive early : We begin our first writing set at the top of the hour; each set occurs every 25 minutes, with 5 minute breaks in between.
- Come when you can : Since each writing set happens every half an hour, you can (quietly) come late or leave early.
- Have a plan of attack : Which section will you focus on? What is your completion goal for the session? What is your word count goal?
- Go offline : You can’t unplug, but you can disconnect from the internet and put your phone away during each set.
- Stay as long as you need : If you’ve hit a writing groove as the group disbands, keep on writing!
Connect with the graduate coordination team on social media
Do you know how to properly report a bug or request a job? Our wonderful tech team
have put together an extremely useful tech note
on how to expediently acquire what you request or address what you report. Please take the time to read this over!
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