J. A. Padget, who worked on binding mechanisms in LISP, 1981 - 1984. Ph.D. awarded 1984. Dr Padget is a Senior Lecturer, University of Bath.
I. al Rawi, who studied front end systems for data bases, 1984 - 1986. Ph.D. awarded 1986. Dr al Rawi returned to Iraq, and has recently been teaching in Amman, Jordon.
V. A. Houillon, who studied production rule systems and objects for a master's degree, 1986 - 1988. M.Phil. awarded November 1988. Ms Houillon worked for OXFAM for many years.
A. Barnes, a Mathematics Lecturer who was retraining in Computing, working on Algebraic Systems, 1987 - 1988 (failed to submit a dissertation), but returned to Aston University, where he is a Lecturer in Computing.
Q. N. Dinh, who studied parallel operating systems and Timewarp synchronization, 1987 - 1990. Ph.D. awarded 1991. Dr Dinh is working in a software house.
V. D. Edneral, a lecturer at Moscow State University, who studied computer algebra and series expansion as an occasional student, 1987 - 1988. He returned to Moscow after the year.
S. Kalogeropulos, who studied compilation for parallelism 1987 - 1990. Ph.D. awarded 1991. Dr Kalogeropulos worked for INMOS until moving to Palto Alto with HP in 1997, and then on to Sun/Oracle.
N. J. Day, who studied LISP tools, 1987 - 1988, when he died.
M. H. Odeh, who worked on parallel production systems. I was a temporary supervisor for 1989 while Dr Padget was away. Ph.D. awarded 1993. Dr Odeh returned to Saudi Arabia where he worked in Oil Investments, and in 1999 started as a lecturer at UWE, Bristol.
K. J. Playford, who studied LISP parallelism and metaobject protocols, 1989 - 1992. Mr Playford worked for Harlequin Ltd. Although he is an acknowledged expert in his field he failed to submit a thesis.
A. Vamvasakis, who studied distributed operating systems for LISP, 1989 - 1993. Ph.D. awarded 1993. He returned to Greece, to national service; last heard of working in command and control.
C. Burdorf, (a staff candidate) who studied persistent objects and simulation, 1990 - 1993. Ph.D. awarded 1993. Dr Burdorf returned to California, and worked for Disney until 2002, and then Sony Films.
D. P. Chapman, who studied Computer Music and Composition systems, 1992 - 1995. Ph.D. awarded 1996. Dr Chapman was a researcher at the University of Huddersfield music section, and has moved to industry.
J. L. Leach, who studied Algorithmic Composition, 1993 - 1998. PhD awarded June 1999. Worked with SSEYO before becoming a property developer.
R. W. J. Simmonds, who studied discrete event simulation and parallelism, 1994 - 1998. He is now a researcher at the University of Calgary, Canada, and industrial consultant. PhD awarded November 1999.
T. S. How, who was studying program organisation for parallelism, 1995 - 1999 (failed to complete). Now working in UK software industry.
C. C. Goh, who was studying compilation, 1995 - 1999. Since 1997 he was part time, and working in Singapore. He was de-registered due to Singapore economy problems.
A. H. Morgan-Richards, who studied Music and Timbre, 1996 - 1998, when he left for health reasons.
W. R. Shabana, who studied Modelling and Simulation with reference to musical instruments, 1997 - 2002. She returned to Suez Canal University, Egypt where Dr Shabana was a lecturer, and more recently was lecturing in Saudi Arabia.
M-L. Aird, who studied Modelling of Vibrating Membranes, 1998 - 2002; Dr Aird worked on an EU project in Bath, and after travelling now working in a software house.
A. Dziedzic, who studied Algorithmic Composition and Performance, 2002 - 2005 (Submitted for MPhil), but failed to resubmit.
W. Scriven (part time), who studied Musical Performance, 2003 - 2004; withdrew for family reasons.
T. Crick, who studied optimisation in compilation, 2004 - 2009; PhD awarded 2010. Dr Crick is a lecturer at Cardiff College.
M. J. Brain, (second supervisor), who studed answer set programming and search spaces, 2004 - 2010; thesis accepted 2011.
G. Boenn (part time), who studied ``Automated Analysis and Transcription of Rhythm Data and their Use for Composition'', May 2005 - August 2009; thesis accepted June 2011. Dr Boenn is a lecturer at the University of Glamorgan.
E. Jones, (2007 after illness of first supervisor), who studied cyptography. Dr E. Cliff (née Jones) now works in student support at the University of Bath.
A. Walker, who was studying visual programming, Feb 2007 - Sep 2007; withdrew for financial reasons; now a student at Bath Spa University.
E. Russo, visiting for 18 months from University of Milan, who studied spectral analysis, 2008-2009. Thesis accepted 2010; working in IT industry in Italy.
I. Tsimashenka, who studied parallelism is audio processing. MPhil thesis submitted 2010, and accepted 2011.
E. H. O. Alwan, who is studying compilation techniques for multi-core, Jan 2010 -