- Project and supervisor selected

Week 1 of your first semester - Submission of dissertation

Week 11 of your second semester (New courses) - Seminars

Week 13 of your second semester

In the rare event in which a student perceives there to be a problem with the supervision, consult either the Honours Co-ordinator or the Head of School immediately.

A/Prof John Lau

Telephone (+61 8) 6488 3371

The project and dissertation is a pivotal element of the Honours year.

Your first task should be to find a supervisor and project you think will suit you.

Most staff work on a first-come-first-served basis, so we recommend you get in early.

While your Honours supervisor is your first contact when you have any issues, your project is ultimately your own responsibility and a degree of independence on your part is expected.

You should clarify early in the year the pattern of contact that you and your supervisor are going to have.

Support from your project supervisor includes:

**Supervision meetings**- student and supervisor usually meet weekly or fortnightly. Frequency of meetings increases as the project submission date approaches.**Reading of drafts**- your supervisor will read a couple of drafts of your final dissertation providing you provide sufficient time for them - they may need three days to a week to read your draft and make comments.**Honours Seminar advice**- your supervisor will provide advice for your Honours Seminar presentation in the Scientific Communication course.

- Applied mathematics and complex systems
- Pure mathematics and discrete mathematics
- Mathematical statistics and applied statistics
- Group theory and combinatorics

- Snezhana Abarzhi: Applied Mathematics - applied analysis, partial differential equations, dynamical systems, data analysis; Applied and Theoretical Physics - dynamics of plasmas, fluids, materials. Please see details of available projects here
- Neville Fowkes: Modelling industrial and scientific problems.Please see details of available projects here
- Des Hill: Dynamical systems
- Jenny Hopwood: Atmospheric modelling
- Kevin Judd: Dynamical systems theory and non-linear time series analysis
- Miccal Matthews: Theoretical mechanics
- Michael Small: Complex systems, dynamical systems, nonlinear time series analysis, complex engineering systems
- David Walker: Complex systems data analysis, applications of complex networks

- John Bamberg: Please see details of available projects here.
- Alice Devillers: Permutation groups, graphs, geometries
- Michael Giudici:Permutation groups,group theory,graph symmetry. Please see details of available projects here
- Luke Morgan: Group theory, algebra, algebraic combinatorics
- Lyle Noakes: Applications of differential geometry
- Cheryl Praeger: Group Theory, geometry and combinatorics
- Gordon Royle: Algebra, geometry, graph theory
- Phil Schultz: Algebra, history of mathematics
- Luchezar Stoyanov: Fractal geometry, topological dynamics, differential dynamics and inverse spectral problems

- Ed Cripps: Bayesian statistics, computational statistics, mixture models, model uncertainty
- Nazim Khan: Probability and stochastic processes
- John Lau: Bayesian statistics, computational statistics, mixture models, Time series
- Robin Milne: Stochastic processes, statistical inference, industrial statistics, history of probability and statistics
- Gopal Nair: Stochastic Modelling, Queuing theory, Spatial point processes, Probability Theory
- Tony Pakes: Probability and stochastic processes
- Berwin Turlach: Computational statistics, smoothing techniques, model selection