My thesis on "High Resolution Simulations of Galactic Cannibalism", December 2008.
The third paper to result from my PhD: "On the origin of anomalous velocity clouds in the Milky Way"
The second paper (accepted by MNRAS, 07 Jun 2006) to result from my PhD: "N-body Simulations of the Magellanic Stream"
The first paper from my PhD program: "High-resolution N-body Simulations of Galactic Cannibalism: The Magellanic Stream" - an initial model of the Magellanic Stream, taking into account new observations of the stream.
The paper resulting from a vacation project I took part in -- "The radio luminosity distribution of pulsars in 47 Tucanae".
The paper resulting from my honours thesis is published by MNRAS -- "The 2000 Periastron Passage of PSR B1259-63"
My honours thesis from a few years ago, "Modelling Pulsar/Be Star Binary System PSR B1259-63/SS2883 Periastron and Eclipse in 2000", appears here (1.2MB).
The 2nd prize winning poster I produced (1.1MB) for the Swinburne research week, 2002, which was aimed at the general academic community, not astrophysicists in particular.
The 1st prize winning talk I did at the
2004 ASA meeting, which won primarily because of the movie :) (warning, 9MB gzipped -
you'll want to use xanim under linux (in particular,
-geometry +115+1 +o +Zp0 +Zpe +Zr +j50 <filename.fli>)
to view this -- sorry, I don't care about legacy OSs such as
Windows enough to worry about how you go about viewing it under
Windows). See a newer alternative version of the movie: 34MB, gzipped; 99MB when ungzipped)
The talk I did at the 2005 ASA meeting, which was cool primarily because of the movie :) (warning, 30MB gzipped; same comments as rest of above)