Associate Professor
Jim Hogan

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Faculty of Science,
School of Computer Science


Contact

+61 7 3138 9328

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Personal details

Positions

Associate Professor
Faculty of Science,
School of Computer Science

Keywords

Bioinformatics, Bioinformatics Visualisation, Sequence Analysis, Machine learning and Neural Networks, Software Engineering, Cloud Computing, Software internationalisation

Discipline

Computer Software

Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008

Qualifications

  • PhD (Queensland University of Technology)
  • BSc(Hons) (University of Queensland)
  • BSc (University of Queensland)

Teaching

Overview

Teaching responsibilities have ranged widely over many years and have included introductory Software Development, service programming courses for Engineers, advanced courses in Software Development, Software Engineering and Agile Methodologies, Machine Learning and Neural Networks,  Web Computing, Cloud Computing and the Capstone Units.  Professor Hogan has won numerous awards for teaching at university and national level, including the QUT Distinguished Teaching Award and one of the inaugural Carrick Institute Student Learning Citations from the Federal Government.  He was again a nominee for QUT's David Gardiner Teacher of the Year Award  in 2020.

Dr. Hogan has had a central role in the creation of new undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at QUT over many years. In the early 2000s, he led work to modernise Software Engineering education to work with Agile Methodologies and to introduce Problem Based Learning. In 2010, he introduced one of the first units devoted to Cloud Computing, which he has continued to refine in close collaboration with industry. More recently he modernised the teaching of Web Computing at QUT to include node.js and React, and led the successful redesign of the IT Capstone units.

Current Units


Recent Units


Experience

Selected publications

QUT ePrints

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Supervision