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 Dr. Maria Spichkova


maria.spichkova at rmit.edu.au  

Lecturer (Software Engineering) 
RMIT University
School of Science
Computer Science and IT

Fields of interest:
Software and Systems Engineering
Formal Methods and human aspects thereof
Verification-Oriented Requirements Engineering
Specification and Verification of Real-Time and Embedded Systems

Contact Details:          

maria.spichkova at rmit.edu.au  

Maria Spichkova 
RMIT University
Building 14, Level 10, Room 13 
Melbourne, Australia 


 We are looking for self-motivated PhD student to work on SE topics for our Cannabinoids platform project. You should have a Bachelor Degree or a Master Degree in Computer Science, a strong software engineering background and programming skills. Previous research experience would be an advantage. The scholarship is valued at A$27,000 per annum for 3 years. More details here.

 Very happy about iAwards 2018: We won a Merit iAward: Chirality-2 project
Also, the Health Delivered won in a startup category - we worked with our student SEP team on this project last year! 

 Our Chemistry game app Chirality-2 features in a Nature Reviews Chemistry article by Dr Julia Winter on using games for learning chemistry. See https://rdcu.be/MLVX. It was my pleasure to be in the research team with A/Prof Oliver Jones and A/Prof Michelle Spencer and to work on this project! 

I am always looking for students interested in topics related to software and systems engineering, in particular using formal methods. Get me in touch, if you would like to write your PhD, Masters or Bachelors Thesis in my areas of interest - please read this information first. 


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