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Surya Nepal is Principal Research Scientist at CSIRO Dat61, where he heads the research teams for dispersed computing devices. He focuses on the design and deployment of technology in disparate computing platforms and embedded communities with a strong emphasis on information protection, confidentiality and confidentiality. With CSIRO, he researched multi-media database, Web site delivery and service-oriented architecture, community networking, safety, confidentiality and confidence in collaboration environment and big computing.

Mr. Wilson has more than 100 peer-reviewed papers, including many in leading global periodicals and conferencing (e.g., VLDB, ICWS, ICSOC, Internet Web Services Research, IEEE Transactions on Service Computing, ACM Computing Survey and ACM TOIT). Has published two novels and many editions of periodicals. Mr. Becker is programme chairman and member of the programme committees at many foreign meetings and events.

Mr. Huber has given lectures/tutorials/keynotes on trustworthy schemes in domestic and foreign institutions. Cécile is Senior Principal Research Scientist Science Leader at CSIRO Dat61 and leads the Knowledge Discovery and Management research group. Cécile' s specialization lies in computational linguistics and user modeling, and more recently in the fields of online communication and online communication.

Previously at CSIRO, she worked at the Information Sciences Institute (USC/ISI, California) and at ITRI (University of Brighton, UK). She has published over 150 referenced papers; she has co-authored volumes and editions of specialist periodicals internationally. Ms. HSDRA was part of the Human Services Deliveries Research Alliance between the Australian Department of Human Services and CSIRO, a 4-year research coalition that identified and managed initiatives to improve services delivered through the use of socially responsible manners.

He is very actively involved in the research fraternity, in Australia and abroad, in various conferences and workshops, in peer reviews of funding organisations and magazines. In July 2014, Professor Dimitrios Georgakopoulos moved from CSIRO to RMIT University, where he was Research Director at the ICT Centre, where he headed the Information Engineering Laboratory, the biggest computer science research institution in Australia.

Dimitrios previously served in research and executive roles in industry labs in the United States, among them Telcordia Technologies (where he founded two of Telcordia's research centers in Austin, Texas, and Poznan, Poland), Microelectronics and Computer Corporation (MCC) in Austin, Texas, GTE (currently Verizon) Laboratories in Boston, Massachusetts, and Bell Communications Research (Bellcore) in Piscataway, New Jersey.

Mr. Bennett has authored extensive publications and has chaired large scale conference programmes and general meetings. Mr. Wilson has won two excellent papers from the IEEE Computer Society (CS) and several IEEE CS Services awards. He has been Co-Principal Investigator in Australia for four ACT iAwards and one CSIRO Divisonal innovation prize.

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