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Honours and Minor Thesis projects

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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: Sarah Goodwin

Please note this advert is for a Winter Internship as part of a collaboration between FIT, Arts and MADA. It is not an advertisement for an honours or masters thesis project at present.  Please note you can ONLY apply for the internship via the Monash internship page.

Project:

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

(This is *not* a minor thesis or honours project, but a winter scholarship project advert only available to existing Monash taught students).

This project provides an opportunity to build on an existing funded project that focussed on document annotation using a web platform. The idea of this project is to build systems that can help humans add labels to documents more rapidly. 

Primary supervisor: Ehsan Shareghi

Linguistic phenomena have emerged and evolved over the span of thousands of years leading to many variations. Through this evolution, many linguistic structures and compositions have emerged or disappeared. In this project we will deploy an information-theoretic perspective to investigate the connections between linguistic phenomena (survival), and communication efficiency and emergence.

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.