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Prof Marcus Randall

Associate Dean - Student Affairs & Service Quality

Level 4, Building 2, Bond Business School, Bond University

Bond Business School

Centre for Data Analytics

Professional biography

Professor Randall is the Associate Dean - Student Affairs and Service Quality within the Bond Business School, Bond University. For the past ten years, he has had substantive leadership roles in the School and across the University. He obtained his doctorate from Griffith University in applied mathematics and has worked at Bond University since 1998. He has extensive expertise in evolutionary computation and digital systems. He now is an active researcher in the effects of climate change on agricultural practices and cropping in Australia, and medical informatics. Professor Randall has published over one hundred peer reviewed works including a number of books, chapters for books, journal and conferences articles. He is an editor for the journals Applied Soft Computing and Agriculture. He has also had a number of research grants. He is a Justice of the Peace in the state of Queensland.

Research interests

I have been an active member of the international evolutionary computation and optimisation community for the past twenty years. In that time, I have produced over 90 peer reviewed works, including books, journal articles, book chapters and conference papers. Apart from that, I have organised and chaired a number of conferences and workshops as well as supervised students at a masters and doctoral level.

My current interests focus on real-world applications of evolutionary computation (particularly in the area of long term crop planning under climate change) as well as the algorithmic mechanics of heuristic search techniques. 



  • Environmental and Applied Science, PhD, Griffith University, Award Date: 7 Jun 1999

Fields of Research

  • Other commerce, management, tourism and services

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