Margaret Hamilton is Professor of Computer Science and Information Technology. She is known internationally for her work in mobility, user experience and computer science education.
Professor Margaret Hamilton's research interests are software engineering in mobility, modelling, testing, ethnographic action research; computer science education including new technologies, problem-solving, employability and academic integrity.
- Ali, K.,Hamilton, M.,Thevathayan, C.,Zhang, J. (2022). Big social data as a service (BSDaaS): a service composition framework for social media analysis In: Journal of Big Data, 9, 1 - 27
- McLaughlin, T.,Kennedy, B.,Harris, A.,Hamilton, M.,Richardson, J.,Holman Jones, S. (2021). Online and social media resilience in young people in vulnerable contexts In: Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, 16, 178 - 188
- Smith, S.,Hamilton, M.,Fabian, K. (2020). Entrepreneurial drivers, barriers and enablers of computing students: gendered perspectives from an Australian and UK university In: Studies in Higher Education, 45, 1892 - 1905
- Afful, A.,Hamilton, M.,Kootsookos, A. (2020). Towards space science education: A study of students’ perceptions of the role and value of a space science program In: Acta Astronautica, 167, 351 - 359
- Majrashi, K.,Hamilton, M.,Uitdenbogerd, S.,Al-Megren, S. (2020). Cross-platform usability model evaluation In: Multimodal Technologies and Interaction, 4, 1 - 23
- Alharthi, A.,Spichkova, M.,Hamilton, M. (2019). Sustainability requirements for eLearning systems: a systematic literature review and analysis In: Requirements Engineering, 24, 523 - 543
- Valentine, A.,Belski, I.,Hamilton, M.,Adams, S. (2019). Creativity in Electrical Engineering Degree Programs: Where Is the Content? In: IEEE Transactions on Education, 62, 288 - 296
- Alharthi, A.,Alsanoosy, T.,Spichkova, M.,Hamilton, M. (2019). Social Position and Gender Perspectives of eLearning Systems: A Study of Social Sustainability In: Advances in Information Systems Development: Designing Digitalization, Springer, Switzerland
- Majrashi, K.,Hamilton, M.,Uitdenbogerd, S. (2018). Evaluating Cross-Device Transitioning Experience in Seated and Moving Contexts In: Proceedings of the 22nd Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS 2018)(Yokohama, Japan2018), AISEL, Yokohama, Japan, 26-30 June 2018
- Saiedur Rahaman, M.,Hamilton, M.,Salim, F. (2018). Using Big Spatial Data for Planning User Mobility In: Encyclopedia of Big Data Technologies, Springer International Publishing, Cham, Switzerland
- Narratives of digital resilience. Funded by: Department of Premier and Cabinet: Social Cohesion Research Grant 2017 from (2017 to 2019)
- Developing entrepreneurial capabilities for the global labour market: A cross national study of IT students in the UK and Australia. Funded by: Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) Research Award 2016 onwards from (2017 to 2018)
- IELTS: Student and Supervisor Perceptions of Writing Competencies for a Computer Science PhD. Funded by: IELTS Australia Grant 2016 onwards from (2016 to 2017)
- Trans disciplinary thinking and practice to achieve TBL sustainability outcomes for the built environment: a pilot study. Funded by: DIIRD Future Designers Grant 2014 from (2014 to 2015)
- An integrated and real-time passenger travel and public transport service information system. Funded by: ARC Linkage Grant pre-2014 Round 2 from (2013 to 2018)
Note: Supervision projects since 2004
16 PhD Completions8 PhD Current Supervisions
Human-Computer Interaction involving Mobility, Computer Science Education, software engineering in mobility, modelling, testing, ethnography; CS education in problem-solving, employability and academic integrity.