Did you know that the School of Computing Maths and Engineering update their recent success and achievement regarding research on their DSRU webpage at https://bjbs.csu.edu.au/research/data-science/home
The landing page shares with you the latest news. There are links to news, publications, projects, etc. with some exciting information.
Some highlights of recent projects and grants include:
- Congratulations to Dr Ashad Kabir, Dr Nathan Robinson (Fed Uni) and Dr Liang Wang (Newcastle Uni) who received external funds from Soil CRC PhD Scholarship with an amount of $133,000. The project title is “Development of a grower focused mobile app for estimation, analysis and recording soil properties”. (CSU Reference Number RM-103364)
- Congratulations to the following colleagues who received external funds from Cyber Security CRC (CSCRC):
* Project title: “Privacy-preserving data collection for statistical aggregation”, PhD scholarship for a PhD student under the supervision of Professor Tanveer Zia, Professor Zahid Islam and Dr Ba Dung Le. Funding amount: $180,000. (CSU Research Office Project Reference Number: 0000103352).
* Project title: “A novel technique to detect and protect sensitive data against malware attacks in hyper-connected network”, PhD scholarship for a PhD student under the supervision of Associate Professor Rafiqul Islam, Professor Zahid Islam and Dr Arif Khan. Funding amount: $180,000. (CSU Research Office Project Reference Number: 0000102972).
Well done to Dr Ryan Ip and Dr Sabih Rehman who manage the webpages.
If any other staff within the respective BJBS schools would like to let me know of research achievements please let me know so we can celebrate their successes firstname.lastname@example.org via the BJBS news
On that final note, I am aware of a recent journal output by a number of staff based on the COVID-19 research internal funds received last year: Roberts, R, Wong, A, Jenkins, S, Neher, A; Sutton, C, O’Meara, P, Bamberry, L, Dwivedi, A; Frost, M.‘The mental health and wellbeing impacts of COVID-19 on rural paramedics, police, community nurses and child protection workers’ Australian Journal of Rural Health 29, 753-767 https://doi.org/10.1111/ajr.12804