Teaching

2018, Semester 1

Declarative Programming (COMP90048)

In a return to my academic roots, I will be co-lecturing this subject with Prof Peter Stuckey, who was my lecturer for Computing Fundamentals A (433-141) all the way back in 2000.

2017, Semester 2

Infectious Diseases Modelling (POPH90271)

The second iteration of this subject, we have adapted some of the content and assessment in response to student feedback from the 2016 edition (which was generally very positive).

2016, Semester 2

Infectious Diseases Modelling (POPH90271)

Running for the first time, this subject introduces students to the concepts of infectious diseases modelling that are necessary in order to interpret modelling papers in the context of public health. Students will develop confidence in assessing whether model frameworks incorporate relevant knowledge and are “fit for purpose” to support decision making.

Mathematics for Biomedicine (MAST10016)

In this guest lecture I will introduce several applications of mathematical modelling to renal physiology and infectious disease epidemiology, including probabilistic epidemic forecasting. As per my 2015 lecture, I will emphasise the breadth of research applications available to people with strong mathematical skills.

2015, Semester 2

Advanced Modelling: Case Studies (MAST90080)

In this course I will discuss the role the kidneys play in homeostasis, introduce some basic renal physiology concepts, and present an overview of several mathematical models of whole-kidney function and renal blood flow autoregulation.

Mathematics for Biomedicine (MAST10016)

In this guest lecture I will introduce several applications of mathematical modelling to renal physiology and infectious disease epidemiology, with an emphasis on the breadth of research applications available to people with strong mathematical skills.