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James Harland
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B.Sc.(Hons)(Melb.),PhD.(Edin.)
To strive, to seek, to find and not to yield...
Office: 14.10.1 City Campus (Building 14, Level 10, Room 1)
Phone: +61 3 9925 2045/2348     Fax: +61 3 9662 1617
Associate Professor in Computational Logic
School of Computer Science& Information Technology
RMIT University
124 La Trobe Street
GPO Box 2476
Melbourne, 3001, Australia
Email: Click to email me (or use james dot harland at rmit dot edu dot au)

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In 2014, I will be teaching a new course as below.

This is a new course, which will be taught in studio style.

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