Mr Gavin Dollman
Position
Lecturer
Department
Computer Science and Informatics
Address
COMPUTER SCIENCE
QWA QWA
UFS
Telephone
058 7185234
Office
Tk Mopeli Library B2006
Information

Short CV

2015 - Present

University of the Free State

Lecturer, Computer Science and Informatics

My role is the administration and presentation of a number of courses within the computer science field. As an academic my responsibilities do not end in the classroom, I am expected to be a researcher and actively participate in department activities such as marketing and mentorship programs.

  • Lectured various courses including Website Design, Databases I and II, Software Engineering, Design Patterns, Human-Computer Interaction and Data Structures (Advanced Programming)
  • Assessed and designed assignments, exams, project and practical’s
  • Designed and implemented coursework according to outcomes
  • Postgraduate supervisor (Four Honours and one Masters students to date)

 

Publications

Dollman, G.J., De Wet, L. and Beelders, T.R. (2011). The effects of access to technology on the usability of a BCI. In Proceedings of the Post Graduate Symposium – SAICSIT, Cape Town, 3-5 October 2011.

Dollman, G.J., De Wet, L., Beelders, T.R. (2013). Effectiveness with EEG BCIs: exposure to traditional input methods as a factor of performance. In: Proceedings of the South African Institute for Computer Scientists and Information Technologists Conference, SAICSIT ’13. ACM, New York, NY, USA, pp. 77–80. doi: 10.1145/2513456.2513476

Dollman, G. J., De Wet, L., & Beelders, T. R. (2015). Commercial Brain Computer Interface: Potential As a Natural User Interface. In Proceedings of the 2015 Annual Research Conference on South African Institute of Computer Scientists and Information Technologists (p. 13:1–13:8). New York, NY, USA: ACM. http://doi.org/10.1145/2815782.2815797

Dollman, G.J., Dollman, K.N., Choiniere, J.N., Raising future prospectors within rural communities · (2018). Proceedings of the 20th Biennial Conference of the Palaeontological Society of Southern Africa, Bloemfontein, 4–6 July 2018. Retrieved from http://wiredspace.wits.ac.za/handle/10539/25516

Publications (Short List)

Dollman, G.J., De Wet, L. and Beelders, T.R. (2011). The effects of access to technology on the usability of a BCI. In Proceedings of the Post Graduate Symposium – SAICSIT, Cape Town, 3-5 October 2011.

Dollman, G.J., De Wet, L., Beelders, T.R. (2013). Effectiveness with EEG BCIs: exposure to traditional input methods as a factor of performance. In: Proceedings of the South African Institute for Computer Scientists and Information Technologists Conference, SAICSIT ’13. ACM, New York, NY, USA, pp. 77–80. doi: 10.1145/2513456.2513476

Dollman, G. J., De Wet, L., & Beelders, T. R. (2015). Commercial Brain Computer Interface: Potential As a Natural User Interface. In Proceedings of the 2015 Annual Research Conference on South African Institute of Computer Scientists and Information Technologists (p. 13:1–13:8). New York, NY, USA: ACM. http://doi.org/10.1145/2815782.2815797

Dollman, G.J., Dollman, K.N., Choiniere, J.N., Raising future prospectors within rural communities · (2018). Proceedings of the 20th Biennial Conference of the Palaeontological Society of Southern Africa, Bloemfontein, 4–6 July 2018. Retrieved from http://wiredspace.wits.ac.za/handle/10539/25516

 

Research

  • Brain-Computer Interfaces for communities with varying access to technology
  • Current project: Exploring Predictive Machine and Deep Learning Models for Prospecting Fossil Sites within the Elliot Formation of South Africa 

Area(s) of Interest

  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Databases design
  • Machine Learning
  • Deep Learning

Courses Presented

  • CSIQ2614 Data Structures
  • CSIQ3714 Advanced Databases
  • CSIQ3724 Software Engineering


BLOEMFONTEIN CAMPUS FACULTY CONTACT

Elfrieda van den Berg (Marketing Manager)
T: +27 51 401 2531
E:vdberge@ufs.ac.za

QWAQWA CAMPUS FACULTY CONTACT

Dilahlwane Mohono (Faculty Officer)
T: +27 58 718 5284
E:naturalscienceqq@ufs.ac.za

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