# Selected Masters / Honours Theses

The theses available on these pages received marks of 80+.

1 2 3 4 5 6Name | Type | Completion Year | Research Area | Title | Download |
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Madeleine HUGGINS | Honours | 2010 | Applied Mathematics | Blind and Myopic Interacting Random Walkers | |

Michael NEESON | Honours | 2010 | Applied Mathematics | Micro uidic Beam Resonators | |

Dr. Daniel LADIGES | Honours | 2010 | Applied Mathematics | Re-Entry Vehicle Stability in Free Molecular and Transitional Regimes | |

Sebastian PUCILOWSKI | Honours | 2010 | Applied Mathematics | Building blocks for the self-assembly of granular materials in three-dimensions | |

Honours | 2008 | Applied Mathematics | The Dynamics of High-Frequency Nanoelectromechanical Resonators in Fluid | ||

Dr. Rebecca CHISHOLM | Honours | 2008 | Applied Mathematics | Cell Proliferation in a Scaffold | |

Michael COUCH | Honours | 2008 | Applied Mathematics | Hamiltonian Mechanics and Integrable Dynamical Systems | |

Laura HATTAM | Honours | 2008 | Applied Mathematics | Applications of Character Polynomials to Combinatorics, Integrable Models and Random Matrices | |

Benjamin LANSDELL | Honours | 2008 | Applied Mathematics | Computational gene prediction using generalised hidden Markov models and tiling arrays | |

Daniel MENTIPLAY | Honours | 2008 | Applied Mathematics | T CELL DEVELOPMENT IN THE THYMUS | |

Jason NASSIOS | Honours | 2008 | Applied Mathematics | Kinetic Theory and the BGK equation: Gas Dynamics for the Nanoscale | |

James WOODCOCK | Honours | 2008 | Applied Mathematics | Mortal Polygamous Networks | |

Peter BROOKES | Honours | 2009 | Applied Mathematics | Lattice Boltzmann in the Finite Knudsen Number Flow Regime | |

Gus SCHRADER | Honours | 2009 | Applied Mathematics | Classical Integrable Systems and Linear Flow on Tori | |

Ying Wan YAP | Honours | 2009 | Applied Mathematics | Rareed Gas Dynamics: Stokes' Second Problem | |

Mark WASSELL | PGD | 2011 | Applied Mathematics | Estimating a Critical Exponent for the Self-Avoiding Walk | |

Jack HYWOOD | MSc RT | 2012 | Applied Mathematics | Modelling Underlying Tissue Growth: A Study of Methods for Describing the Average Behaviour of Interacting and Non-Interacting Particle Systems | |

Andrew CRAMER | MSc RT | 2012 | Applied Mathematics | Optimised flows and bottlenecks in granular fabric | |

Christopher BAKER | MSc RT | 2012 | Applied Mathematics | Random Walks in Random Environments with Local Dynamic Interactions | |

Bevan CHEESEMAN | MSc RT | 2012 | Applied Mathematics | Cell Motility: A probabilistic modelling framework for single cell movement with explicit extracellular matrix modelling |