Prof. Dian Tjondronegoro is currently leading the “live” theme for Griffith Inclusive Future Beacon, which focuses on supporting inclusive living, healthy, safe, affordable, and accessible urban environments, housing and transport systems in the technological era.
His current projects focuses on responsible AI implementation, including privacy-by-design, transparency, verifiable intelligence, and sustainable computing, and co-creation. He leads short courses on “Governing in the Digital Age", which have been selected for Australia Awards to help transforming current and emerging policymakers to use data for better policies and public services, including Indonesia, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, etc. He is co-leading an NVIDIA tech innovation lab for AI enabled supply-chain innovation for food security and disaster resilience, and member of Disaster Resilience and Management Facility.
Prof. Tjondronegoro's expertise is in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cloud, and Mobile technologies, specialising in data analytics. He has more than $9M competitive grants (ARC, NHMRC, CRC), industry linkage, and consultancy funding with clients in various sectors, and published 145+ peer-reviewed scientific papers. He is passionate for impact research, positive team culture and inclusive staff development. The focus of his career is forging and maximising productive alliances between global industry leaders and the next generation of cross disciplinary experts and innovators.
Prof. Tjondronegoro is Senior Member of IEEE, ACM, and ACS. He was the recipient of Gold Disrupters (researcher of the year) Australian Computer Society award in 2019, nomination for QUT Vice-Chancellor Excellence Award (academic team) in 2015, QUT Vice Chancellor Performance Award (First Year teaching team), and Faculty of IT’s Excellence in Teaching award (Individual, and Early Career Academic) in 2009, 2008, and 2006 respectively. He has led the design and delivery of innovative research-infused and practice-based curricula for bachelor and master degrees, bespoke programs and short courses for international participants.
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