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Monthly Archives: January 2013

Software Developer Position available: HMI Prototyping

The DIG group is looking for a software developer to assist with a project working with Defence on Human-Machine Interface (HMI) design. If you have an interest in HMI, human factors, software architecture or performance modelling then this position may be of interest to you. Our HMI project is exploring how we can support rapid […]

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Masters/Phd Research Project: HMI Architecture

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 […]

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Visitor from DSTO: Nicole Gurgacz

Nicole Gurgacz from DSTO will be visiting the DIG group to continue our collaborative work in system execution modelling. Nicole will be spending a few days a week with us for the next month or so, learning how the system execution modelling environment works, and setting up a copy of the experimental infrastructure to be […]

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New Project: Investigation into Virtualisation Security

The DIG group 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 […]

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