My Picture JAMES FRANKLIN

Professor, School of Mathematics and Statistics, UNSW

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Student supervision

Thesis topics can include the philosophy of mathematics, the history of ideas in probability and evidence, and the foundations of the logical approach to probability.

Inquiries are welcome from students at PhD, Masters and 4th year honours level who have thesis proposals in a range of areas connected with pattern recognition or the philosophy of mathematics.

Students may be enrolled in either the School of Mathematics or the Schools of Computer Science and Engineering or Philosophy.

Recent theses supervised include:
Kundan Misra, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, the humanist agenda and the scientific method (MSc, 2012)
Therese Keane, Combat modelling with partial differential equations (PhD, 2009)