2000:Masters in Information Technology, University of
specialising in human-computer interaction.
1988:BA Computing Studies, University of Canberra
Mar 2010: Introduction to VMF
Feb 2009: Tactical Data Information Links
May 1998: Solaris System Administration
Jul 1997: Macintosh Operating System Troubleshooting
Nov 1996: AUUG/AUSCERT Unix Security Update
Jun 1995: AUUG Internet Security Firewalls Course
2002-now: Computer Science sysadmin, research programmer
2000-2001: Research programmer, ACSYS/CSIRO Virtual Enviroments Lab
1999: Network administrator, ANU IT Support group
1994-1998: Computer systems administrator, Department of Computer Science
1993: Computer systems administrator, CSIRO DIT
1992: Computer systems administrator, RSC ANU
1990-1991: Computer systems administrator, ANU/private sector
1988-1989: Computer graphics/interface programmer, University of Canberra
2003-2004: Half time Internet Futures researcher/programmer
1998-2002: Lecturer in interactive 3D computer graphics, University of Canberra
1995-2004: Tutor in interactive computer graphics, University of Canberra
1987-1991: Tutor in assembly language/low-level system design, University of Canberra
1990-1993: Macintosh programmer for Panther Games
2002: Helped Dr Julie Tolmie and Robin Johnson, of Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, on development of MVS, visualisation of mathematics in virtual reality.
1998: Wrote OpenGL 3D graphics code for a PhD study of car driver reaction/judgement times, being funded by the NRMA at the Centre For Applied Psychology ,Faculty of Applied Science, University of Canberra. (No references or results from the study yet.)
1997: Provided technical assistance to the Australian Dance Council in creating their web page on the ANU community area. (They've since moved on to a bigger and better site.)
Created animation sequence for the launch of the 1996 Women in Information Technology Workshop held at the Department.
1995: Wrote X-Windows graphical display code for computer software developed by the Human Genetics Group, Division of Molecular Medicine, JCSMR.