Industrial Research Projects (Grants):

  • [RMIT University] VM2. Funded by Shine Solutions. Ongoing. (2019, solo CI)
  • [RMIT University] Consistency analysis for multiple cloud environments. Funded by Shine Solutions. Successfully completed (2019, solo CI).
  • [RMIT University] Analysis and algorithm development for pharmacy trading platform. Funded by NostraData. Successfully completed (2018, solo CI).
  • [RMIT University] ILC. Funded by MGC Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Successfully completed (2018, together with A/Prof Nitin Mantri).
  • [RMIT University] Voice activated solutions for agile retrospective sessions. Funded by Shine Solutions. Successfully completed (2018, solo CI).
  • [RMIT University] Usability analysis for horse transport and horse business management tools. Funded by CompuThought. Successfully completed (2017, solo CI).
  • [RMIT University] Analysis of user Interface aspects critical within the Lobster Fishers Industry Domain. Funded by Spatial Vision. Successfully completed (2017, solo CI).
  • [RMIT University] Framework for analysis of environment stack standards. Funded by Shine Solutions. Successfully completed (2017).
  • [RMIT University] Analysis and algorithm development for identification of specified health conditions. Funded by NostraData. Successfully completed (2017, solo CI).
  • [RMIT University] Analysis of User Interface aspects critical within the Horse Industry domain. Funded by CompuThought. Successfully completed (2017, solo CI).
  • [RMIT University] Testing of Engineered Systems (TES). Funded by Siemens AG. Successfully completed (2014 - 2015).
  • [RMIT University] Collaborative engineering (Phase II). Funded by ABB. Successfully completed (2014 - 2015).
  • [TU Munich, Germany] Project TUM - EMIC. Leader (TUM) of the project. Collaboration between TU Munchen and European Microsoft Innovation Center. Funded by EMIC. Successfully completed (2013).
  • [TU Munich, Germany] COBRA model development. Leader (TUM) of the project. Collaboration between TU Munchen and AVL. Funded by AVL. Successfully completed (2013).
  • [TU Munich, Germany] Project TUM - ITK (MbFS - Efficient Hazard and Risk Analysis for Automotive Mechatronic Systems): Collaboration between TU Munchen and ITK Engineering AG. Funded by ITK Engineering AG. Successfully completed (2013).
  • [TU Munich, Germany] SPES-XT (Software Platform Embedded Systems): Collaboration between TU Munchen, Siemens AG, INCHRON GmbH and OFFIS e.V. Funded by BMBF (Federal Ministry of Education and Research). Successfully completed.
  • [TU Munich, Germany] DENTUM III: Collaboration between TU Munchen and DENSO Corporation. Funded by Denso Automotive.Successfully completed.
  • [TU Munich, Germany] Verisoft XT - Automotive Application (part of the Verisoft XT project): Leader of the project. In collaboration with Robert Bosch GmbH. Funded by BMBF (Federal Ministry of Education and Research). Successfully completed.
  • [TU Munich, Germany] DENTUM I, II: Collaboration between TU Munchen and Denso Automotive Deutschland. Funded by Denso Automotive Deutschland. Successfully completed.
  • [TU Munich, Germany] Verisoft Automotive (part of Verisoft, Verisoft @ Munich ). In collaboration with BMW Group. Funded by BMBF (Federal Ministry of Education and Research). Successfully completed.

Learning and Teaching Research Project:

Who Needs Paper? Teaching Chemical Bonding with Tablet Based Gaming Technology” (Chirality-2) with Prof Michelle Spencer and Prof Oliver Jones, 2017-2018:

  • Merit iAwards in the Community Service Markets category (this category was also the most contested) from the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), which is the premier technology and digital innovation awards platform in Australia. The merit award means it was within 5% of the winner and takes the project through to national iAwards finals in August 2018.
  • RMIT Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Strategic Contributions to Learning and Teaching: Collaborations that Enable Innovative and Inclusive Learning Environments.
  • Australian Technology Network (ATN) Teaching and Learning Excellence Award
  • RMIT STeLR Grant

Learning and Teaching Research Project:

“STEM Adventures” with A/Prof Sylvia Urban

  • Grant from the 2019 RMIT Education Innovation Pitch Tank, a collaboration between the Education Portfolio and RMIT Activator
  • Grant from RMIT Science Strategic Initiatives in T&L, 2018

Industry Projects:

  • [RMIT University] Software Engineering projects within YourSoftware initiative. In collaboration with ANZ, Navy, Microsoft, Commonwealth bank, Panviva, RedBubble, Bureau of Meteorology, Department of Justice & Regulation, etc.
  • [RMIT University] Rhythm ANZ internal mobile application. Funded by ANZ. Successfully completed (2015 - 2016). School of Science (Computer Science and IT) Award
  • [RMIT University] Working prototype for cloud based software as a service application. Funded by Compliance Group Pty Limited. Successfully completed (2015 - 2016).
  • [RMIT University] FGP Datapump and Webservice. Funded by Future Grid Pty Ltd. Successfully completed (2015 - 2016).