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Information Technology academic staff

Professor Ickjai Lee

Head of Academic Group and Promotional Chair

Ickjai's research interests include geospatial data mining, multiple classifiers, conceptual spaces, Web 2.0, map segmentation, clustering, geo-visualisation, internet of things, and Voronoi tessellations.

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Associate Professor Hossein Ghodosi

Computer Scientist

Hossein Ghodosi's research interests include: theoretical aspects of modeling and system design; Cryptography; Multi-Party Computations; Oblivious Transfers and Secret Sharing Schemes.

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Dr Jason Holdsworth

Lecturer

Jason's research interests include Machine Learning, Remote Sensing Consumption, Design Thinking, Project Management, Mobile Computing and advanced mobile technology.

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Dr Dmitry Konovalov

Senior Lecturer

Dmitry received his Ph.D in Theoretical Atomic Physics from the Flinders University of South Australia before joining JCU. He is currently focusing on Deep Learning AI applications to Australian industries.

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Dr Joanne Lee

Senior Lecturer

Joanne's research interests include machine learning, algorithm optimisation, neural networks, data mining, and applied artificial intelligence.

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Dr Art Suwanwiwat

Lecturer

Art employs Artificial Neural Networks, Support Vector Machines, and Hidden Markov Models in her research. She is currently exploring biometrics, Network Security and deep learning.

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Lindsay Ward

Lecturer

Lindsay's current research is investigating the gap between university and industry for Information Technology graduates in regional and metropolitan Australia, to improve employment outcomes.

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Associate Professor Trina Myers

Adjunct

Trina is a Computer Scientist and Vice President of the Australian Council of Deans of ICT (ACDICT) that aims to promote and advance ICT education, research and scholarship.

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Dr Mangalam Sankupellay

Adjunct Lecturer

Mangalam's research focuses on developing software tools for automating long-term environmental monitoring using machine-learning techniques, such as neural networks and clustering algorithms.

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