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Robert is a Data Analyst (Associate Research Fellow) at SMART Infrastructure Facility.
Before joining SMART, Robert worked in the IT industry and also in the banking industry. His motivation in research is driven by a strong desire to apply ICT in promoting the security and safety of people and the infrastructure on which they depend. He also possesses a secondary interest, to deeply understand and enlighten society on how the use of ICT threatens the security and safety of people and the infrastructure on which they depend.
He has recently developed a spatio-topological model of hydrological infrastructure network, which has huge potential to be used as decision support tool for mitigating the impact of flooding on people and infrastructure in coastal mega-cities around the world.
RESEARCH AREAS AND EXPERTISE
- Infrastructure Network Modelling & Analysis
- Geospatial Analysis and GIS Applications
- Data Analysis and Data-driven Innovations
- Cyber Security and Critical Infrastructure
- Cyber Security and Knowledge Sharing
M.Sc. (Information Systems), 2013, University of New England, Australia
B.Eng. (Electrical & Electronics Engineering), 2005, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria
Data Analyst (Associate Research Fellow)
SMART Infrastructure Facility | 6.305
Faculty of Engineering & Information Sciences
University of Wollongong
NSW 2522 Australia
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Dr Holly Tootell, Dr Grant Ellmers and Jody Watts have been producing a flexible set of resources for Early Years students to use on their Smartboards.
A set of resources for Community Gardening, Money Awareness and Beach Safety have been designed with 3-5 year old creativity in mind. With these sets of images, the children will be able to create digital artwork, role play activities and explore the world around them.
Holly, Grant and Jody are excited to see these being adopted by Early Years Educators far and wide.
Dr Holly Tootell
School of Computing and Information Technology
Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences
3.111 University of Wollongong
T + 61 2 4221 5603