TAG: Computer Science Research
The DIG group is looking for a research masters or PhD applicant for a new collaborative project with DSTO in the area of architecting human-machine interface designs. If you have an interest in HMI, human factors, software architecture or performance modelling then this project may be of interest to you. The project will be looking […]
CDIT has commenced a new collaborative project with DSTO investigating security and isolation within virtualised environments. We will be investigating security domain classification and isolation concerns, exploring the security implications of using virtualised environments within secure real-time systems. Research Contracts Review of Model Driven Software Engineering Practice: System Virtualisation. K. Falkner. DSTO Research Contract ($130,000) (2012-2013)
Amir Kanan has joined the DIG group as a new Masters by Research student. Amir Kanan will be undertaking research within the areas of Software Architecture and Component Selection.
If you are commencing your Honours or Masters project in Semester 2, you should read about the projects that we are offering at DIG. Linked to our industry work, all of our projects involve learning about current industry standard tools, such as middleware, visualisation frameworks or programming languages, and an exciting range of hardware. The […]
Research Contract: Extending the Reference Combat management and System Execution Modelling Capability
Review of Model Driven Software Engineering Practice: Extending the Reference Combat management and System Execution Modelling Capability. K. Falkner, N. Falkner and C. Szabo, DSTO Research Contract ($490,000) (2012-2013) This contract will form the next phase of collaborative research on the research and development of new System Execution Modelling capabilities, the next phase of development […]
Research Contract: Multi-modelling in MDE/DRE Environments. C. Szabo, DSTO Research Contract ($30,000) (2012) This project will pursue the development of multimodelling capability within the model based development environment. In this context, the multimodelling programme will contribute towards a semantically-aware environment that will support the development of a generic combat system implementation, needed for combat system […]