These are PhD students whom I am (or was), officially (with a few exceptions) the main advisor. Indirectly, I've advised others as well, on request, when their research was related to mine or just plain exciting in some way or another.
If you want to do a PhD with me, look at their topics, as well as at topics on my main page (especially research projects), for inspiration. Some ideas (for MSc, so PhD should be grander) can be found here .
University of Warwick, Coventry: Joshua Scotton (from the UK) - from April, 2009; to March, 2013, on: Adaptation language player ( blog here ). Joshua has now taken over the company of his father.
University of Warwick, Coventry: Jonathan Foss (from the UK) - from Oct, 2008 to Sept, 2012; on: Authoring of adaptive hypermedia (enhanced techniques and automatic authoring - authoring mash-ups). Jonny has been a postdoctoral fellow (Early Career Researcher) and now is a postdoctoral researcher still working in my group; he is also working with Clinvivo (recently as CTO), as well as on a Warwick library project, and the Hereward project
University of Warwick, Coventry: Fawaz Ghali (from Syria) - from Oct, 2007 to Sept, 2010; on Web 2.0, Social Web techniques and e-Learning Standards in Adaptive Hypermedia. Fawaz is now postdoctoral researcher at the University of Liverpool
University of Warwick, Coventry: Maurice Hendrix (from The Netherlands) - from Oct, 2006 to March 2010; on: Semantic Web in Authoring of adaptive hypermedia; Maurice was also my MSc student at TU/e; currently he has been working for the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and the Serious Games Institute . Now he is a lecturer at Northampton university.
Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), The Netherlands: Natalia Stash (from Russia) - till July 2nd 2007; on: Incorporating Cognitive/Learning Styles in a General-Purpose Adaptive Hypermedia System. She is now a lecturer, scientific researcher and programmer at the Technical University Eindhoven
University of Electro-Communications (UEC), Tokyo: Safia Belkada (from Algeria) - till 2001; on Supporting Discovery Learning in Building Neral Network Models
University of Electro-Communications (UEC), Tokyo: Chen Jin (from China) - till 2001; on Interactive Tutoring on Communication Gaps in a Communicative Language Learning Environment
External Examiner for:
2013, Ahmed Ewais, Brussels University, Belgium on Authoring Adaptive 3D Virtual Learning Environments
2012, Ahmad Hawalah, University of Essex, on Modelling Dynamic and Contextual
User Profiles for Personalized Services
2012, Edward Sykes, University of Guelph, Canada, on
Determining When to Interact: The Interaction Algorithm
2010, Robert Costello, University of Hull, UK, on Adaptive Intelligent Personalised Learning (AIPL) Environment
December 2008, Amir Pourabdollah , University of Nottingham, UK, on Theory and Practice of the Ternary Relations Model of Information Management
2008, Ilaria Liccardi, University of Southampton, UK, on IMPROVING USERS’ AWARENESS INTERACTIONS IN THE
COLLABORATIVE DOCUMENT AUTHORING PROCESS: THE CAWS
2005, Cristina Hava Munteanu , Dublin City University, Faculty of Computing and Englineering, Dublin, Ireland, on Quality of service in Adaptive Hypermedia
Guest PhD students:
2009, Andreea Molnar from NCI, Dublin, Ireland, now a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Arizona City University, US ; working with me on Reusable Quality of Experience aware Adaptation Strategies for Authoring Adaptive e-Learning
2009, Sabine Moebs from DCU, Dublin, Ireland, now Postdoctoral Research Fellow at DCU, Dublin, Ireland, working with me on Authoring QoE-based Adaptive Hypermedia
Some of my MSc by Research students:
University of Warwick, Coventry: Matthew Yau - Oct. 2008 - ~Sept. 2010, on: Web crawling, Information Retrieval and Web 2.0 Authoring
University of Namur, Belgium: Larissa Iracanye - guest student 2007-2008 in collaboration with Dr. Philippe Thiran, on: User Modeling and Interfacing in Adaptive Hypermedia, e-content learning management systems and beyond
Eindhoven University, The Netherlands: Maurice Hendrix (currently doing PhD at Warwick) - 2005-2006, on: Semantic Desktop based Authoring for Adaptive Hypermedia
Eindhoven University, The Netherlands: Angelo Wentzler (currently working for ASML) - 2005-2006, on: Commercial environments: Authoring for Adaptive Hypermedia in Content-e (in collaboration with Turpin Vision)
Eindhoven University, The Netherlands: Michael Verschoor (currently working for Philips research) - 2003-2004, on: A web tool for the LAG (Layers of Adaptive Granularity) adaptation language
Eindhoven University, The Netherlands: Arnout de Mooij (currently working for Sprintsoft) - 2002-2003, on: MOT (My Online Teacher): a simple tool for Authoring for Adaptive Hypermedia
Internal Examiner for:
University of Warwick, Coventry: Gbolahan Kolawole Williams - from Oct. 2008, on: Harnessing Reviews form the Web for improved Recommendations