University of Melbourne
Dr Lauren Rosewarne is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne, Australia.
Wireless Institute of Australia
Phil has been President of the Wireless Institute of Australia since 2012, Vice President immediately before then and WIA director since 2004.
Australian Communications Consumer Action Network
Rachel is the Policy officer for Australian Communications Consumer Action Network focusing on communications and broadband policy analysis and consumer advocacy.
Subject matter expert advising in the following fields:
Lindsay Strategic Advisory Pty Ltd
ISACA Melbourne Chapter
For over 20 years Andreas has been working in IT and during that timeframe he has worked as a Consultant for all kinds of organisations, across various industries, including the public sector.
University of Technology Sydney
Doan B. Hoang is a Professor in the School of Electrical and Data Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, University of Technology Sydney (UTS).
Kayne Naughton is a technologist and security researcher with 15 years' experience across the education, government and finance industries.
SEAT, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand
Visiting Scholar at Massey University.
Developing an efficient sensor for human fall detection which is to be incorporated in a smart home.
Currently I am working to develop a sensor node to upload the data to cloud server.
Wellness Sensors Networks: A Proposal and Implementation
Australian Antarctic Division
Peter Yates has been involved in Antarctic operations for over 30 years.
University of Western Australia
Dr Eunice Sari is a Lecturer and Researcher in E-learning and M-learning
Phil Dobbie is a journalist, podcaster and marketer.
Warren is a regional Chief Technology Officer (CTO) with Alcatel-Lucent. Warren has over 35 years industry experience and for the past 11 years has consulted extensively across Asia-Pacific.
Dr Kevin Barrell is a technology strategist with the Alcatel-Lucent CTO Office for Oceania.
Ian Watson is a journalist, communications professional and journalism teacher and tutor, and a member of the Griffith Centre for Cultural Research.