ACSW 2018 - Program Overview

The following program is preliminary in nature and subject to change as planning proceeds.

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Tuesday 30 January

09:00 – 17:00

 HOD and Professors Meeting AEB: 49-301

17:30 – 19:00  Registration and ACSW Welcome Reception | AEB: 49 – Level 5 Foyer & Terrace 
 19:00  HOD and Professors Dinner        

Wednesday 31 January

08:15 – 09:00

Registration, Arrival Tea & Coffee | Hawken: 50-C207

 Room

Hawken: 50-T203

Session Chair

Professor David Abramson

09:00 – 09:30 

Plenary Session | CORE Awards and Opening

Professor David Abramson
Chair, 2018 ACSW

09:30 – 10:00   Morning Tea | Hawken: 50-C207     
  HIKM
AWC IE AusPDC AISC

ACE

   
 Room AEB: 49-313A GPS: 78-222 Hawken: 50-N201 Hawken: 50-N202 GPS: 78-224

Hawken: 50-T203

AEB: 49-316 

 AEB: 49-200
 

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09:00 – 15:00

Career Development Workshop for IT undergraduates

 

 

Session Chair

Dr. Kerryn Butler-Henderson
A/Prof. Tony Sahama

A/Prof. Yan Wang
Dr. Young Choon Lee

Dr. Dale Patterson
Dr. William Raffe

Dr. Deepak Puthal

A/Prof Udaya Parmplli
Dr DongSeong Kim

Dr. Andrew
Luxton-Reilly

 
10:00 – 12:00 

Keynote | Digital Health – what does this mean for you
Dr Monica Trujillo

HIKM Papers
1 – 4

Keynote |
Computation and Storage in the Cloud – Understanding the Trade-offs
Prof. Yun Yang

AWC Papers
1 – 2

Keynote |
Is Digital Play a Key to Health & Well-being
Dr Dale Patterson 

IE Papers
1 – 5  

Keynote |
Efficient Resource Sharing: from Mobile Devices to Clouds
Dr. Young Choon Lee


AusPDC Papers
1 – 3

Keynote |
Anomaly Detection for Industrial Control Systems using Process Mining
Dr Ernest Foo, QUT

AISC Papers
1 -2 

ACE Papers
1 – 4 

10:00 – 11:00
DECRA Panel

11:00 – 12:00
Promotion Panel

12:00 – 13:00

HIKM 2018
Doctoral Consortium

Lightning Talks | Hawken: 50-T203

 

Lightning Talk Presentations

  • Learning Geometric Representation from Visual Data in Computer Vision | Miaomiao Liu
  • Support in situ data processing on a supercomputer | Minh Dinh
  • Secure Contracts | David Poxon, Wayne Kelly and Colin Fidge
  • A Neural Fuzzy Fusion Engine for Human-Machine Autonomous Systems | Chin-Teng Lin
  • Framework for Visual Analysis of Physical Activity Data | Tori Tong, Jinglan Zhang, Alok Chowdhury and Stewart Trost
  • Exploring deep learning architectures for animal calls identification in audio recordings | Ivan Himawan, Michael Towsey and Paul Roe
  • The potential for commercial devices in sleep studies: Apple watch explorations | Sirinthip Roomkham, David Lovell and Dimitri Perrin
  • Customizing Conceptual Modeling: Using Livestock Supply Chains as an example | Hussein Al-Ghattas, Igor Hawryszkiewycz and Dominik Bork
  • Hardware/Software Routing for Inter-Process Communication in Heterogeneous Reconfigurable System-on-Chip | Ian Clough
  • A Human-in-the-loop Framework for Content Description of Long-duration Environmental Audio Recordings | Mahnoosh Kholghi, Michael Towsey and Paul Roe
13:00 – 14:00

Lunch and Poster Viewing | Hawken: 50-C207

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 Room

Hawken: 50-T203

Session Chair

Professor Gill Dobbie

14:00 – 15:00 

Plenary Session | Teaching for a positive student learning experience

Dr Antonette Mendoza 
Winner, 2018 CORE Teaching Award

15:00 – 15:30 Afternoon Tea | Hawken: 50-C207
  HIKM AWC IE AusPDC AISC

ACE

   
 Room AEB: 49-313A
GPS: 78-222 Hawken: 50-N201 Hawken: 50-N202 GPS: 78-224

Hawken: 50-T203

AEB: 49-316 

    
 

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Session Chair

A/Prof. Andrew Stranieri
A/Prof. Tony Sahama

A/Prof. Yan Wang Dr. Young Choon Lee

Dr Dale Patterson
Dr William Raffe

Dr. Deepak Puthal

Dr. Seyit Camtepe

Dr. Claudia Szabo

 
15:30 – 17:30 

Keynote |
Health Information Workforce Census:
Dr. Kerryn Butler-Henderson

HIKM Papers
5 – 8

AWC Papers
3 – 6
IE Papers
6 – 10  
 AusPDC Papers
4 – 7

 

AISC Papers
3 – 6 

 

 ACE Papers
5 – 8

Workshop |
The Australian Code for Responsible Conduct of Research: what does it mean for you? 

Thursday 1 February

08:15 – 09:00

Registration, Arrival Tea & Coffee | Hawken: 50-C207

 Room

Hawken: 50-T203

Session Chair

Professor Alistair Moffat

09:00 – 09:30 

Plenary Session | Euclidean DBSCAN Revisited: From Static to Dynamic

Dr Junhao Gan
Winner, 2018 CORE John Makepeace Bennett (Australasian Distinguished Doctoral Dissertation) Award

09:30 – 10:00   Morning Tea | Hawken: 50-C207     
  HIKM APCCM  AUIC  ACE    
 Room AEB: 49-313A

GPS: 78-222

GPS: 78-224

Hawken: 50-T203

AEB: 49-316 AEB: 49-316A
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Session Chair A/Prof. Andrew Stranieri A/Prof. Tony Sahama
Dr. Mahmood Rashid 

Prof. Marta Indulska

Dr. Arindam Dey

Dr. Joel Fenwick

   
10:00 – 12:00

Keynote |
Algorithms and intimacy: 
Prof. Harry Dugmore

HIKM Papers
9 – 12

Keynote |
No Time for Compliance 
Guido Governatori 

APCCM Papers
1 – 3

10:30 – 12:00

AUIC Papers
1 – 3 

ACE Papers
9 – 12
 

Workshop |
Grant Writing

 School Event |
Digital Technologies Workshop

12:00 – 13:00

HIKM 2018
Abstract

Lightning Talks Hawken: 50-T203

Lightning Talk Presentations

  • Exploiting Semantic and Temporal Information for Video Event Classification | Chao Li and Helen Huang
  • Trading-off Performance and Energy Efficiency in Parallel Applications | Mark Endrei
  • Compact Inverted Index Storage Using General-Purpose Compression Libraries | Matthias Petri and Alistair Moffat
  • Intelligent System Architecture Framework for Tailored Physical Activity E-Coaching | Puspa Pratiwi
  • Identifying the Difficulties of Learning Programming for Non-English Speakers at an Australian University and a Libyan University | 
    Ibrahim Nnass, Michael Cowling and Roger Hadgraft
  • Map of New Zealand scientific collaborations | Samin Aref, David Friggens and Shaun Hendy
  • Is that avatar really smiling or faking it? | Md Zakir Hossain and Tom Gedeon
  • Unknown knowns in Human centred computing | Tom Gedeon
  • Deep Learning for Implicit Topic Relevance | Christopher Chow and Tom Gedeon
  • Identifying the Optimal Configurations for Scientific Kernels on Multi-core CPUs | Chao Jin, Mark Endrei, Minh Dinh and David Abramson

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch and Poster Viewing | Hawken: 50-C207

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 Room

Hawken: 50-T203

Session Chair

Professor David Abramson

14:00 – 15:00

Plenary Session  | Can AI Techniques Help Intelligence Analysts?

Professor Ann Nicholson
Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University

15:00 – 15:30  Afternoon Tea | Hawken: 50-C207      
  HIKM      ACE    
 Room AEB: 49-313A

 

  

   

Hawken: 50-T203

AEB: 49-316 AEB: 49-316A
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Session Chair A/Prof. Andrew Stranieri
A/Prof. Tony Sahama 

Dr. Raina Mason

   
15:30 – 17:30

Keynote |
Providing the right balance – a holistic approach to developing safe health ICT solutions
Dr. Peter Croll

HIKM Papers 
13 – 14

HIKM 2019 Planning

ACE Papers
13 – 14
 

ACE Program committee and the Australasian chapter of SIGCSE

15:30 – 16:30
Accreditation Panel
 
 School Event |
Digital Technologies Workshop
16:30 – 17:30
Industry – Academia Collaboration Panel
18:30 – 20:30 

ACSW 2018, Conference Dinner

Duhig Dining Room, St Leo’s College
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Friday 2 February

08:15 – 09:00

Registration, Arrival Tea & Coffee | Hawken: 50-C207

 Room

Hawken: 50-T203

Session Chair

Professor David Abramson

09:00 – 10:00

Plenary Session | An Anatomy of Social Media Popularity

Associate Professor Lexing Xie
Winner, 2018 CORE Chris Wallace Award for Outstanding Research

10:00 – 10:30  Morning Tea | Hawken: 50-C207      
  HIKM HIKM      
 Room

AEB: 49-313A

GPS: 78-222 AEB: 49-316    
 

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10:30 – 12:30

HIKM Tutorial |
1 Cybersecurity

 HIKM Tutorial |
3 openEHR

Workshop |
The Nectar Research Cloud

12:30 – 13:00

Lightning Talks Hawken: 50-T203

Lightning Talk Presentations

  • Actively Learning Blocking Scheme for Entity Resolution | Jingyu Shao and Qing Wang
  • A Knowledge-based Wild Fire Prediction System for Peatlands | 
    Ariesta Lestari, Grace Rumantir, Bambang Saharjo, Aswin Usup, Laura Graham, Nigel Tapper, Andrew Vayda, Nina Yulianti and Rony Teguh
  • Smart Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Technologies | Jarrod Trevathan and Ron Johnstone
  • Fuzzy Transfer Learning for Prediction in Data-Shortage and Rapidly-Changing Environments | Jie Lu
  • A Dynamic, Interactive Approach for Visualizing Multi-modal Traffic Flows in Commuter Networks | Guohun Zhu, Jane Hunter and Jonathan Corcoran
  • Network Analysis on Prescribing of Controlled Drugs | Xuelei Hu, Marcus Gallagher, William Loveday, Jason P.Connor, Abhilash Dev
  • A Blockchain Based Vaccine Supply Chain Traceability System | Kamanashis Biswas, Wee Lum Tan and Vallipuram Muthukkumarasamy 
  • Interoperability in Blockchains: A Generalised Model | Babu Pillai, Kamanashis Biswas, Wee-Lum Tan and Vallipuram Muthukkumarasamy
  • Graphchain: A Blockchain-Free Alternative for Scalability and Decentralisation | Christopher Carr, Xavier Boyen and Thomas Haines
13:00 – 14:00

Lunch and Poster Viewing | Hawken: 50-C207

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  HIKM HIKM    
 Room

AEB: 49-313A

GPS: 78-222    
 

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14:00 – 15:30

HIKM |
2 Complementary Medicine Informatics

HIKM Tutorial |
4 openEHR