PhD students win Outstanding Thesis Dean's Award


Friday, 20th December 2019

We are proud to report that several former PhD students have won Dean’s Awards for Outstanding PhD Theses.

The following PhD graduates received this inaugural award: 

Peter Ayre (Hypergraphs: Colourability, Contiguity and Rigidity)

Jinghao Huang (Derivations with values into ideals of a semifinite von Neumann algebra)

(Jaslene) Huan Lin (Novel likelihood-based inference for symbolic data analysis)

Anna McGann (Derivation Of Fractional-Order Models From A Stochastic Process)

Firouzeh Noghrehchi (Multiple Imputation and Access to Likelihood Based Tools in Missing Data Problems)

Gennady Notowidigdo (Rational trigonometry of a tetrahedron over a general metrical framework)

The Dean's Award formally recognises high quality PhD theses produced at UNSW, and is conferred to graduates who have submitted a thesis that requires only minimal corrections and, in the opinion of both examiners, is in the top 10% of PhD theses examined.

A very big congratulations to all of our winning graduates!