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Suranga Seneviratne – selected to present at the Graduate Research Conference: Digital Future

April 16, 2015

Congratulations to Suranga again! Suranga Seneviratne (PhD Research Student in MSRG) has been selected by UNSW to present at the U21 Graduate Research Conference on Digital Future in Shanghai from 9 June to 12 June 2015 for his paper titled “PrivMetrics: A Framework for Securing User Privacy in Smart Devices”.

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Suranga Seneviratne received Google Travel Grant

April 16, 2015

Congratulations to Suranga Seneviratne (PhD Research student in MSRG) for receiving the Google Student Grant to attend WWW2015, to be held on May 18th-22nd, 2015 in Florence, Italy, to present his paper entitled “Early detection of Spam Mobile Apps”.

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Anirban Mahanti – Associate Editor-in-Chief for IEEE Internet Computing

April 13, 2015

Congratulations to MSRG Principal Researcher Anirban Mahanti for being appointed Associate Editor-in-Chief for IEEE Internet Computing journal.

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NICTA’s Machine Learning Leader, Bob Williamson at the AIIA Navigating the Internet of Things Summit

April 7, 2015

Prof Bob Williamson was invited to be on the Hypothetical Panel and Discussion at the AIIA Navigating the Internet of Things Summit, held on March 26. The purpose of the Hypothetical was to explore some of the positives, negatives and issues/concerns associated with the reality of the Internet of Things. Bob spoke on insight to […]

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Toby Walsh’s Candy Crush article selected for The Best Writing on Mathematics 2014 anthology

March 30, 2015

Optimisation Research Leader Toby Walsh’s Candy Crush article from American Scientist (http://bit.ly/1CAnhwx), has been selected for the annual anthology The Best Writing on Mathematics 2014, published by The Princeton University Press. This year’s anthology has work from a number of well known writers including the famous mathematician (and inventor of the Game of Life) John […]

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Turnbull embraces the Internet of Things

March 27, 2015

Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has thrown his support behind the Internet of Things (IoT), spruiking the potential of the technology to deliver huge efficiencies for cities and generate revenue. For example, he said that NICTA researchers have developed an advanced failure prediction tool for water pipes. The tool can predict water pipes that are most […]

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How The Sydney Harbour Bridge Benefits From The Internet Of Things

March 27, 2015

During the AIIA Navigating The Internet Of Things conference, which Lifehacker is covering today, David Gambrill from NICTA discussed a project which is using sensors to monitor 800 of the joints on the iconic bridge, which has to handle 160,000 vehicles a day. Read the full article here. Visit NICTA’s Structural Health Monitoring project page […]

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We’re going to have an Active Transport Office

March 27, 2015

SHANE Rattenbury says the ACT Government will establish an Active Transport Office to enable more Canberrans to choose walking and cycling as their mode of transport and ensure better integration of transport modes across the city. Read the full article and NICTA’s involvement here. For more information on this project visit NICTA’s BusPlus – Public […]

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Perfect pitch for five water technology innovations

March 25, 2015

The inaugural AWA Water Innovation Forum, held last week at Royal Randwick, gave technology companies the chance to put forward solutions they believe will revolutionise the water industry. Read the full article on NICTA’s award here. Visit NICTA’s Water Pipe Failure Prediction project page for more information.

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MSRG host the Nornet site

March 23, 2015

We are proud to be hosting the Nornet site. Nornet is a multi-homing testbed with sites in many countries, including Norway, Germany, China and Brazil, which provides a core interconnection to test multi-(homing,path,endpoint) protocols in a wide range of real scenarios. We now have a site, which will allow us to run some experiments. Another […]

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