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See an introduction to Computer Science with Associate Professor Brendan McCane.
From Head of Department Prof. Michael Albert:
"Please join me in congratulating Lynn whose PhD thesis 'A natural interface for 3D manipulation' has been accepted. As a result, the convener of examiners (who just happens to be me) has made a final recommendation that she be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
Congratulations Lynn and best of luck in your future endeavours."
You can see a short video of some of Lynn's work here.
Longstanding 300-level Teaching Fellows Raymond Scurr and Matthew Jenkin have left their positions.
Matthew had been in the Department since 2002. He was especially associated with the renowned COSC326 paper, Effective Programming.
Raymond has had an even longer association with the Department, and first started tutoring in 1984. He then had a spell in the Maths Department, but then returned to Computer Science in 1996.
Raymond is continuing as a demonstrator.