Below is a list current projects I have been involved with, as well as selected (recent to semi-recent) past activities. Please read my brief-CV for more details of past work.
The following are the current projects that I am involved with outside of my regular consulting work with Accenture.
Low Cost Technology for Health (LCTH)
I am a Chief Investigator (CI) within the LCTH project at the Nossal Institute for Global Health at the University of Melbourne. The project aims to develop mobile health tools for clinics in developing countries, where I am providing leadership and expertise in software aspects of the project, with a particular emphasis on mobile and agent technologies. Specifically, I am coordinating activities in Bangladesh, where we are conducting technology development and clinical trials in primary health clinics. Please see the project page for more details, and the team members page for a list of collaborators. Please see the mHealth projects page for a description of current projects.
Guest lectures for undergraduate and postgraduate subjects at the University of Melbourne, Department of Information Systems. The subject title for both undergraduate and postgraduate classes: “Emerging Technologies”, and the lecture topic was: “Intelligent Agents: From Lab to Industry”. Lectures delivered in 2009.
I am a senior consultant in IT strategy and architecture at Accenture. I have worked with clients across various industries, including: Telecommunications, Financial Services (FS) and Transmission and Distribution (T&D). Please refer to my brief CV for more details.
Intelligent UAV control