Monthly Archives: January 2015
Dr. Flora Salim from RMIT visited CDIT group on the 28th of January 2015. During her visit, Flora presented her group’s recent works on Human and Infrastructure Sensing and Analytics for Smarter Living. Title of the talk: Human and Infrastructure Sensing and Analytics for Smarter Living Brief bio: Dr. Flora Salim is a Lecturer at the School of Computer […]
Last week CDIT hosted 16 year 11 and 12 students for a week long program on cyber security. During the program the students learned about cyber security and explored and practice some basic techniques including password cracking, cross-site scripting and SQL injection.
Our paper is recognized as one of the Top 25 Most Downloaded Information Sciences Articles (Ranked 10th)
The paper “Web services composition: A decade’s overview” by A/Prof. Michael Sheng et al. ranks the 10th out of the Top 25 Most Downloaded Articles from ScienceDirect. This paper is from Information Sciences with the IF=3.893 and downloadable from www.sciencedirect.com.
Thomas McAtee joins CDIT as a summer research student working on a system to identify rumours on Twitter.
Springer just released a new research book, “Trust Management in Cloud Services”, written by Web Technologies researchers Dr. Talal Noor and A/Prof. Michael Sheng. The details of this book can be found from here.
Big Data requires services across various domains, heterogeneous networks and cyber-physical worlds to be aggregated, interoperated, and linked together into a massive and complicated collaborative service ecosystem which could in turn handles the challenging issues of Big Data. A/Prof. Michael Sheng and his colleagues are organising a special issue that aims at presenting the latest […]
ARC Future Fellowship: A/Prof Michael Sheng, Efficient Management of Things for the Future World Wide Web
A/Prof Michael Sheng has been awarded a prestigious ARC Future Fellowship. This recognition of Michael’s work is outstanding, with only 7 Future Fellowships being awarded in Information and Computing Sciences across Australia this year. The fellowship will continue from 2014 to 2018, with total funding of $757,452 for the following project: The future World Wide […]
Researchers from Web Technologies group, Dr Lina Yao, Mr Yongrui Qin, and Mr Wenjie Ruan, attended prestigious 23rd ACM CIKM 2014 conference in Shanghai, China. They presented our new research results on Web of Things, human activity recognition, and linked big data management to the crowded audience.
Yongrui Qin will attend and present his research on queries of failure prone graphs at EDBT 2015, a leading database conference, to be held at Brussels, Belgium, March 23-27, 2015.
We welcome Jack Gerrits, Sean Marciniak and David Piper who have joined CDIT to work on three summer research projects. Jack is looking at ways of exploiting Google Chrome Native clients to mount side-channel attacks on the user’s machine. Sean is investigating the potential for attacking machines using malicious USB devices. David is looking at intercepting […]