Hi there. This is a photo (taken in December 2002) of me. It seems I was having a nice time at the Christmas party.
In first semester 2004 Ian Barnes and I are teaching COMP2100, Software Construction. I'm also the computer science and information technology honours convener.
In second semester 2004 Clem Baker-Finch, Malcolm Newey and I will be teaching COMP1110, Foundations of Software Engineering. As well as continuing as honours convener, I'll also be convening COMP1800/COMP2800/COMP3800, The Art and Science of Computing I, II, and III.
In 1995 I was a guest at Universität Karlsruhe, Fakultät für Informatik, Institut für Programmstrukturen und Datenorganisation, Abteilung `Innovative Computing and Program Structures'.
In 1998 I was a guest at Monash University, Faculty of Information Technology, School of Computer Science and Software Engineering, in the former Department of Software Development.
In April 2001 I was a guest at INRIA in Lorraine, better known as LORIA, which is on the campus of the Faculté des Sciences at the Université Henri Poincaré (Nancy 1).
Did you know that Karlsruhe and Nancy have been twinned cities since 1955? Quite a coincidence, that my first two European visits should be to twinned cities!
July 2003: I have started contributing transcriptions to the EWD archive. Go to the EWD transcriptions index.
In May 2002 I gave a talk on the EWD archive. You can find the notes, including the verbatim text of some of the EWD documents, here: notes for EWD talk.
From 29-31 July 2002 I was in Santa Barbara, CA, attending TOOLS USA 2002. I presented the following paper:
Michael Compton and Richard Walker, A Run-time System for SCOOP, in Journal of Object Technology, volume 1, number 3, special issue TOOLS USA 2002 proceedings, pages 119-157, http://www.jot.fm/issues/issue_2002_08/article8. (A PDF version is available from the JOT page.)
Files related to the paper (Michael's honours thesis and the SCOOP implementation he wrote) are at my Eiffel SCOOP page.
Hey! I'm now in DBLP. Here's Richard Walker's DBLP page. (I used to have three publications, but two were written by other people with the same name!)
Department of Computer Science
The Australian National University
My PGP public key; fingerprint: E3 57 2F 09 2D CE A1 3B 5E 37 24 96 27 6E 4E 00
My interests are TeX/LaTeX, the languages of the Bible, German, French, Japanese, music of the baroque (especially Johann Sebastian Bach), etc.
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Last modified: Wed Apr 7 19:21:38 EST 2004