At a broad level, my research is focused on languages, tools, and middleware - creating the technologies that empower developers and researchers to do amazing things.
My research interests include, but are not limited to:
- Symbolic execution and static analysis techniques
- Tools to help teach students programming
- Computational offloading
Honours and PhD
I completed my honours at James Cook University in 2012. My honours thesis focused on identifying the limitations of existing computational offloading middleware for mobile platforms, with regards to accounting for application-specific behaviour. A model was then proposed for addressing the identified these limitations, accompanied by a prototype implementation for the iOS platform.
I am currently undertaking my PhD at James Cook University, having commenced in 2013. My PhD research builds upon the work from my honours, and focuses on developing and realising the model presented in my honours thesis for improving awareness of application-specific behaviour in computational offloading frameworks.