Two research papers from CDIT researchers have been accepted by 2016 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2016), to be held in Heidelberg, Germany, 12-16 September, 2016. This is a fantastic achievement and UbiComp is arguably the most prestigious conference in the area of ubiquitous computing. Congratulations. Paper 1: AudioGest: Enabling […]
CDIT researchers have made another successful year at this year’s ACM CIKM conference (http://cikm2016.cs.iupui.edu/), to be held at Indianapolis, USA in Oct. With acceptance rate of full papers as low as 17%, CDIT secured 3 full research papers and 2 short papers. Well done and congratulations!! The three full research papers are: 1. Efficient Orthogonal […]
Scott Bourne’s PhD thesis was recognised by Dean’s Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence. Co-supervised by Prof. Michael Sheng and Dr Claudia Szabo, Scott’s PhD project focuses on developing novel solutions on formal validation of service-based business processes based on model checking techniques. The result has the potential to be applied in mission-critical applications (e.g., defence) […]
Dr Lina Yao successfully secured a lecturer position at School of Computer Science and Engineering, the University of New South Wales. She will join UNSW around end of Jan 2016. Congratulations, Lina!
Two articles on Internet of Things (IoT) published by CDIT researchers in 2015 are among the top 50 most downloaded publications (ranked 3 and 38 respectively) in the prestigious IEEE Internet Computing. No 3: Web-based Management of Internet of Things, Lina Yao, Quan Z. Sheng, and Schahram Dustdar. IEEE Internet Computing, Vol 19, No 4, […]
Our PhD student, Ms Wei Emma Zhang (http://cs.adelaide.edu.au/~wei), was selected as one of the only two PhD students, who will represent the University of Adelaide to attend the C9-Go8 PhD Forum, to be held 28 Oct to 1 Nov 2015, in Nanjing, China. Co-sponsored by the Go8 and the Consortium of China 9 Research Universities, […]
Two research papers from CDIT researchers have been recently accepted by the 24th ACM Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM 2015), to be held in Melbourne, Australia in October. Both papers target on challenging issue of discovering truth from conflicting, noisy, and massive Web data. Approximate Truth Discovery via Problem Scale Reduction. Xianzhi Wang, […]
Mr Yongrui Qin, who plans to submit his PhD dissertation in August 2015, already successfully secured a permanent lecturer position at University of Huddersfield, UK. Yongrui will start his appointment in March 2016. This is a fantastic achievement. Congratulations, Yongrui!
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 […]