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Honours and Minor Thesis projects

Displaying 41 - 50 of 236 honours projects.


Primary supervisor: Pari Delir Haghighi

Poor food choices could highly contribute to the development of the current epidemic of diabetes. The consumption of foods that result in a large increase in blood glucose after consumption does lead to a progressive decline in beta cell function as well as contributing to obesity and insulin resistance leading to type 2 diabetes. Mobile apps could provide useful features for automatically identify, recording and monitoring of food intake, using food item detection methods. 

 

Primary supervisor: Yasmeen George

This project aims to collect and analyse information such as that found on websites as well as academic and grey literature, in real-time to create a ‘living review’ of known research activities.

Primary supervisor: David Taniar

Medical imaging segmentation

Are you interested in applying your AI/DL knowledge to the medical domain?

Primary supervisor: Adel Nadjaran Toosi

Background: Insects are vital components of natural and agricultural ecosystems that interact with plants in complex ways. Monitoring can help us understand these interactions to improve crop production, and to assist us to sustain our natural ecosystems as we change the Earth's climate. This technology is vital to inform our strategies to protect global food supplies and manage our national parks and forests.

Primary supervisor: Adel Nadjaran Toosi

Background: Insects are vital components of natural and agricultural ecosystems that interact with plants in complex ways. Monitoring can help us understand these interactions to improve crop production, and to assist us to sustain our natural ecosystems as we change the Earth's climate. This technology is vital to inform our strategies to protect global food supplies and manage our national parks and forests.

Primary supervisor: Tom Bartindale

We have developed Action Translate - an initiative (and online tool) that supports students volunteering their time to translate content from NGOs that otherwise would not have been able to commission translation.

Our vision is to scale this initiative internationally through a global network of T&I departments, offering opportunities for students world-wide to gain valuable experience.

Primary supervisor: Tom Bartindale

Online teaching, particularly synchronous Zoom classes are not very interesting for students.

This results in less interaction and participation of students in such events.

We are developing a number of key tools that enable teachers to increase the 'production value' of such online classes - turning them into 'live events' rather than just online lectures.

Tools that are developed in this project will be used in active teaching at scale across Monash.

 

Primary supervisor: Reuben Kirkham

Freedom of Information is an important tool for investigating a public authority or organisation. Subject to certain conditions, it creates an obligation to provide recorded information, provided an organisation is a public authority.

I am interested in supervising projects that make use of Freedom of Information as a tool for investigating information management practices within public-sector organisations. For example, this might include information security, policies around information retention, or any other topic that can be investigated using Freedom of Information.

Primary supervisor: Chunyang Chen

In situ analysis of complex biochemical metrices, such as microbial fermentation products, has drawn substantial research interests in recent years. Compared to the commonly used chemical analysis technique, spectroscopic analysis has great potential for this purpose due to its advantages of being rapid, contactless, lossless, and solvent-free. The major obstacle for the further application of the spectroscopic technique in the analysis of biochemical samples is the lack of customized data mining methods for the highly complicated spectral signal of the organic mixtures.