Hassan Asghar and Dali Kaafar win one of the best paper awards at ACM SDN-NFV Security 2016
The paper by Networks Group (ex MSRG) researchers Hassan Asghar and Dali Kaafar titled “Private Processing of Outsourced Network Functions: Feasibility and Constructions” has been selected as one of the two best papers of ACM SDN-NFV Security 2016 and has been invited for presentation at the NFV World Congress, the principal global industry forum for […]
Dali Kaafar appointed the Associate Editor of transactions of ACM ToMPECS
Congratulations to Dali Kaafar for being appointed the Associate Editor of transactions of ACM Transactions on Modeling and Performance Evaluation of Computing Systems (ACM ToMPECS) .
Guohao Lan and Sara Khalifa win the Best Work in Progress Poster Award at Percom2016
Data61 PhD student Guohao Lan and Sara Khalifa received the best work in progress poster award at PerCom 2016 which was held in Sydney 14-18 March 2016. The poster was titled: “Transportation Mode Detection Using Kinetic Energy Harvesting Wearables”. Well Done Guohao and Sara!
Chitra Javali and Girish Revadigar win the “Best Project Demonstration Award” at PerCom 2016
Congratulations to Chitra Javali and Girish Revadigar, NICTA MSRG Students, for winning the “Best Project Demonstration Award” at PerCom 2016, an A* ranked top tier conference which was held in Sydney during 14-18 March 2016, for presenting their novel solution titled “Location Fingerprint Evidence and Authorisation Using WiFi Channel Characteristics”.
A Dr. in house – Sara Khalifa
Congratulations, Dr. Khalifa! Sara Khalaifa PhD student in the MSRG group has been awarded the PhD degree at UNSW with both examiners recommending the highest grade A for her thesis titled “Energy-efficient human activity recognition for wearable devices”. Sara’s supervisors are Prof. Mahbub Hassan and Prof. Aruna Seneviratne.
AREMI User Testing – Call for participants
The AREMI team of software engineers and user experience designers, in collaboration with Clean Energy Council, is continuously consulting its users, in order to ensure the platform provides relevant information. Please join us in shaping the future of AREMI – the Australian Renewable Energy Mapping Infrastructure website. As a valued member of the renewable energy […]
AREMI – What’s next?
Keep an eye on AREMI, as we will include in our next monthly releases (last week of each month) new data sets such as: the solar station historical observations from the Bureau of Meteorology, as precursors for the Typical Meteorological Year (TMY), the cadastral and land tenure layers from PSMA and Geoscience Australia and the […]
AREMI – Other data published
The AREMI catalogue has been enriched with other data sets such as: population figures recorded at the last Census (2011); radio licences; and elevation information, like the Digital Elevation Model (DEM) 5 Metre Grid of Australia derived from LiDAR models. This interesting dataset represents a 5 metre (bare earth) DEM which has been derived from […]
AREMI – Solar Data
AREMI now displays the Australian Gridded Solar Climatology Data Services – long term averages of solar radiation at the surface of the Australian land mass from the Bureau of Meteorology. Currently, there are layers showing the Annual and Monthly Climatology of Daily Exposure, both for Direct Normal Exposure and Global Horizontal Exposure. More layers will […]
AREMI – Wind Data
The AREMI team have worked closely with DNV GL to integrate the wind data onto AREMI. The data supplied here consists of mesoscale wind speed maps at heights of 100 m and 150 m above ground level with a horizontal spatial resolution of approximately 5 km, as well as Wind Atlas Library (LIB) files provided […]