Australian Technology Park, Sydney
Dr Boreli joined Networks Research Group in 2004. She has a broad technical expertise in wireless communication systems and networks and an extensive industry experience. Her previous positions included Technology Strategy Manager with Xantic BV, a JV of Telcos Telstra and KPN between 2001-2004, positions with Telstra’s Global Satellite 1996-2001 and the Technology Development Group (R&D group) at OTC 1991-96. She also holds the visiting position of conjoint Associate Professor with School of EE&T, University of NSW.
Main research interests include privacy and trust in Internet and mobile services and privacy preserving systems. I also have an interest in transport protocols for wireless communications and cross-layer techniques. Past research interests included satellite communication networks.
Past NICTA projects include:
Trusted Networking project is developing new technology to enable the services and applications to acquire and employ users' information to provide the required functionality, but without compromising their privacy. NICTA's approach is to develop methods for quantifying trust and privacy, which are then applied to the distribution of relevant information.
Office in a Box researched voice and data compression technologies with the aim of increasing the efficiency and reducing the cost of remote communications solutions. The project has resulted in a satellite router product being commercialised within the spin-off company 7-ip.
Ambient Networks was an integrated project co-sponsored by the European Commission under the Information Society Technology (IST) priority within the 6th Framework Programme (FP6). The aim of the AN project was to create network solutions for mobile and wireless systems beyond 3G.
Maritime mesh with satellite communications project built on the results of previous NICTA projects and Institute for Infocomm Research’s High Speed Maritime Mesh platform to deliver efficient delay tolerant communications for shipping and other maritime users.
Guillaume Smith, PhD student, started in 2011, Information theory
Golam Sarwar, PhD, started in 2009, Multi-path transport protocols for multimedia
Terence Chen, PhD, started in 2009, Privacy in Internet services
Mentari Djatmiko, PhD, started in 2010, Trusted networking
Graduated in Dec 2011: Olivier Mehani, PhD, Ambient wireless optimisations
For a list of my NICTA publications please see NICTA's publications database.
I am located at the NICTA ATP Lab in Sydney, L4. roksana.boreli AT nicta.com.au
Google scholar profile: http://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=_RN44k0AAAAJ&hl=en