|Student Name||Title||Role||Status||Estimated Dates|
|Antje Bothin||Analysing Meeting Notes and their Role in Automatic Meeting Summarisation||Principal supervisor
(taken on in 2009)
|Rob Pasley||Finding and defining vernacular geography using knowledge from unstructured data sources||Principal supervisor||Active||2006-2010|
|Shahram Sedghi||Relevance criteria used by health professionals in selecting medical images for educational purposes||Second supervisor||Completed||2005-2008|
|Azzah Al-Maskari||Beyond classical measures: how to evaluate the effectiveness of interactive information retrieval systems?||Second supervisor||Completed||2005-2008|
|Johannes Schanda||Novelty detection in remote databases||Second supervisor||Active||2005-2009|
I supervised 7 Masters Dissertation students for 2005-06 (of which one of the students is working on his dissertation in partnership with the Ordnance Survey; another working with the Tate Gallery, London), and all passed. In addition to this, the student working on the project with Ordnance Survey received a £500 prize for his project (this was submitted as part of the Ordnance Surveys Masters Dissertation programme). The student working on the Tate Gallery project has since become a Research Assistant working for me on the MultiMatch project and together we have published two papers on this work (a SIGIR workshop paper, and an ICHIM conference paper see listed publications).
I supervised 7 Masters Dissertation students in 2006-07, with three working on projects for the Press Association photo archive (PA Photos), the largest photographic news agency in the UK, and one with the Museums and Libraries Archive (MLA). This covered a range of topics such log file analysis, design of interfaces for Google Maps/Earth, process flow modelling, evaluation of information acess systems and visualising texts.
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