Monthly Archives: October 2014
Managing Trust in the Cloud: State-of-the-Art and Research Challengez. Talal H. Noor, Quan Z. Sheng, Sherali Zeadally, and Zakaria Maamar. IEEE Computer, 2014. (to appear).
Dr Nick Falkner is part of a team from eight universities and the CSIRO that have been awarded a $270,000 grant under the Australian Research Council’s Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities scheme. The grant will provide the facilities required to support research and experimentation in the emerging disruptive technology of Software Defined Networking (SDN). SDN […]
IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters: Paired Snap-On Buttons Connections for Balanced Antennas in Wearable Systems
A pair of commercial snap-on buttons is demonstrated as a detachable radio-frequency (RF) balanced connection between a garment-integrated textile dipole antenna and a passive sensor-enabled radio-frequency identification (RFID) tag in a wearable wireless system. This arrangement offers reliable, low-cost and easily detachable RF coupling and feeding connections for balanced antennas, as conceptualized in simulations and […]
Understanding the behavior of complex systems is becoming a crucial issue as systems grow in size, and the interconnection and geographical distribution of their components diversifies. The interaction over time of many components often leads to emergent behavior, which can be harmful to the system. Despite this, very few practical approaches for the identification of […]
Professor Hong Shen has been awarded a prestigious ARC Discovery Project grant. The grant provides $340,300 over the next 3 years to support the following project: Protecting sensitive information in large network traffic flows while ensuring data usability for classification emerges as a critical problem of increasing significance. Existing techniques do not work on highly […]