People

Staff

 

Mark Apperley Room No: G.1.25 Telephone: +64 7 838 4528 Extension: 4528 Facsimile: +64 7 858 5095 Email: m.apperley@waikato.ac.nz
Mark Apperley
Room No: G.1.25
Telephone: +64 7 838 4528
Extension: 4528
Facsimile: +64 7 858 5095
m.apperley@waikato.ac.nz
Bill Rogers
Room No: G.B.21 or G.2.03
Telephone: +64 7 838 4408
Extension: 4408
Facsimile: +64 7 858 5095
coms0108@waikato.ac.nz
Masood Masoodian
Room No: G.1.08
Telephone: +64 7 838 4978
Extension: 4978
Facsimile: +64 7 858 5095
masood@waikato.ac.nz

Current Students

Paul Monigatti (PhD): Smart Charging to Support Intermittent Renewable Electricity Generation.

Joris Suppers (PhD): Smart Grids, the Internet of Energy, and Energy Use Efficiency.

Andrew de Lange (MSc): A Fine-grained Scalable Simulation of the Electricity Grid.

Danny Mui (MSc): Virtual meeting environment.

Nadiah Ibrahim (BCMS(hons)): Virtual electric vehicle evaluation and extended study.

Ran Ren (PgDip): Personalised mobile display of domestic energy consumption.

Karl Taylor (BCMS(hons)): Mobile aid to fuel conservation.

Malaki Toleafoa (BCMS(hons)): Mobile applications to promote conservation.

 

Past Students

Caleb Donelly (2014), BCMS(hons) Dissertation (COMP520).Steven Mason (2014), BE(hons) degree project (ENGG592).

Timothy Dawson (2014), BCMS directed study (COMP477).

Mark Savage (2013/14),Summer Research Scholar “Off the Grid in New Zealand”.

Mohammed Alahmari (2010-13), PGDip Dissertation (COMP591) and MSc Thesis.

Jishaal Kalyan (2012), BCMS(hons) Dissertation (COMP520).

Jesse Dean (2011), MSc Thesis.

Mohammed Al Mutirui(2009-11), PGDip Dissertation (COMP591) and MSc Thesis.

Saeed Al-Qahtani (2009-11), PGDip Dissertation (COMP591) and MSc Thesis.

Majed Alrowaily (2009-11), PGDip Dissertation (COMP591) and MSc Thesis.

Mohammed Alanazi (2010), PGDip Dissertation (COMP591).

Shane Howearth (2010), BSc(hons) Dissertation (COMP591).

Saurabh Sathe, (2010), ME Thesis (COMP593).

Casey Peng (2009/10), Summer Research Scholar : Visualising Variation in Wind Flow.

Sarah Middleton (2009/10), Summer Research Scholar : Teleportation: Better than being there.