Category: Student Projects
Within the DIG group, we are always looking for good students to join us and work within our project areas. The work of our students, HDR and undergraduate, is showcased here – if you are interested in learning more about our work, perhaps undertaking an honours project, HDR studies, or working with us on one of our winter or summer scholarship programs, please contact A/Prof Katrina Falkner.
We welcome Jack Gerrits, Sean Marciniak and David Piper who have joined DIG 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 […]
Information and Software Technology: A Comprehensive Pattern-Oriented Approach to Engineering Security Methodologies
Anton Uzunov is leading work into the development of a pattern-oriented approach to the engineering of secure software methodologies. Recent work in this space, accepted for publication in the Journal of Information and Software Technology, builds upon existing method engineering ideas to form a new comprehensive approach to engineering security methodologies. Developing secure software systems […]
We welcome Sam Jaeschke, who has joined DIG to complete his Honours year research project. Sam work will extend our earlier work on micro-architectural side-channel attacks. Past research has demonstrated that Intel X86 processors are vulnerable to the FLUSH+RELOAD side-channel attack. The attack allows malicious virtual machine to recover secret information from a victim virtual […]
DIG has a range of projects available for students undertaking projects in Semester 2, whether you are studying the BCS(Advanced) or Masters of CS/Honours. Please review the projects page for more details!
Over the summer, Cathlyn Aston and Matt Hart worked with the DIG group to explore how we could use the Leap Motion and a pre-release next generation Kinect to control the AR.Drones that we have within the group. This was a fantastic project – with a great result that you can see below! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9VKcUL0CYs
Shannon Fehlmanm has joined the DIG group to complete his Masters of Sciences (Defence) research project looking at agile software engineering and productisation in DSTO. This project proposes an exploration of the contemporary evolution of software engineering practice, by way of a retrospective study at the Australian Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO). The exploration […]
Anton Uzunov’s work on pattern-driven secure software development methodologies within distributed systems has been accepted at ASWEC. This work forms some of the final steps towards Anton’s thesis in this area. A. Uzunov, K. Falkner and E. Fernandez, A Comprehensive Pattern-Driven Security Methodology for Distributed Systems. In Proceedings of the 23rd Australasian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC), April, […]
This summer, DIG will host two summer scholarship students, Matt Hart and Cathlyn Aston, who will be working on using the leap motion and a pre-release next generation Kinect as gesture-control devices to control an AR.Drone.
ASWEC 2013: Decomposing Distributed Software Architectures for the Determination and Incorporation of Security and Other Non-Functional Requirements
Anton’s thesis work on secure software architecture has been accepted for publication at ASWEC: A. Uzunov, K. Falkner and E. Fernandez, Decomposing Distributed Software Architectures for the Determination and Incorporation of Security and Other Non-Functional Requirements. In Proceedings of the 22nd Australasian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC 2013), June 2013.
A paper describing our work in multi-modelling has been accepted for the ASWEC 2013 conference to be held in Melbourne in June. This paper describes our work in the multi-modeling project, led by Dr Claudia Szabo, providing initial experimental results and an overview of our multi-modelling architecture. Multi-modelling supports the integration of different modelling languages […]