Past PhD topics in the CLAN group

  • Sandra Williams (2004) PhD topic: "Natural Language Generation of discourse relations for different reading levels."
  • Jin Yu (2004) PhD topic: "SumTime-Turbine: a knowledge-based system to generate English textual summaries of gas turbine time series data."
  • Albert Gatt (2007) PhD topic: "Generating Coherent References to Multiple Entities."
  • Ross Turner (2009) PhD topic: "Georeferenced data-to-text : techniques and application."
  • Feikje Hielkema (2010) PhD topic: "Using natural language generation to provide access to semantic metadata."
  • Imtiaz Hussain Khan (2010) PhD topic: "Managing ambiguity in NLG."
  • Nava Tintarev (2010) PhD topic: "Explaining recommendations."
  • Saad Mahamood (2010) PhD topic: "Generating affective natural language for parents of neonatal infants."
  • Feng Gao (2010) PhD topic: "Complex Medical Event Detection Using Temporal Constraint Reasoning."
  • Wendy Moncur (2011) PhD topic: "A model for the provision of adaptive ehealth information across the personal social network."
  • Hien Nguyen (2011) PhD topic: "Designing effective digital behaviour interventions."
  • Ibrahim Adepoju Adeyanju (2011) PhD topic: :Case Reuse in Textual Case-Based Reasoning."
  • Jing Lin (2012) PhD topic: "Using a rewriting system to model individual writing styles."
  • Margaret Mitchell (2013) PhD topic: "Natural reference to objects in visual scenes."
  • Chris Venour (2013) PhD topic: "A Computational Model of Lexical Incongruity in Humorous Text."
  • John Paul Vargheese (2014) PhD topic: "Persuasive dialogue for older adults: Promoting and encouraging social interaction."
  • Peter Kindness (2014) PhD topic: "Alleviating stress through a virtual agent."
  • Matt Dennis (2014) PhD topic: "Encouraging students to study more: Adapting feedback to personality and affective state."
  • Konstantinos Papangelis (2015) PhD topic: "User Driven Design of Real Time Passenger Information Solutions for Supporting Rural Passengers in the Context of Disruption."
  • Roman Kutlak (2015) PhD topic: "Generation of referring expressions for an unknown audience."