Dr Cheryl Pope
|Org Unit||School of Computer Science|
|Telephone||+61 8 8313 5833|
- 1997-present Lecturer, School of Computer Science, University of Adelaide
- 1996-2001 Director, Centre for Computer Systems and Software Engineering
- 1993 Software Engineer, Defence Science and Technology Organisation
- 1989-1992 Computer Systems Engineer, Rome Laboratory
- PhD (Engineering), School of Computer Science, University of Adelaide
- B.Sc. (Computer Science and Engineering), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
- Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (Online Learning)
- 2008 Executive Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching
- 2008 Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching
I teach a range of courses and levels within Computer Science with a focus on Computer Networks.
I am a member of the ACROSS research group. My research interests are in performance affects of misbehaviour (malicious or unintentional) in mobile ad-hoc networks, efficient routing algorithms in wireless networks (sensor and ad-hoc), the use of sensor and ad-hoc networks in supporting emergency services, QoS support for IP based networks, real-time scheduling theory, real-time communication in WANs especially multi-media, fault-tolerance for real-time systems and Internet protocols.
I am also interested in educational research related to pedagogy, Computer Science curriculum (particularly in the area of computer networks), and the use of online technology to support student learning.
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