Michael, Katina Professor

Professor

  • Decision Systems Laboratory
  • Centre for Health Initiatives
  • Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences
  • Engineering and Information Sciences Office
  • Institute for Innovation in Business and Social Research

Research Overview


  • Primary Interests

    Automatic Identification Technologies - Bar Codes, Magnetic Stripe Cards, Smart Cards, Biometrics, Radio-frequency Identification Tags and Transponders

    Location-Based Services - Global Positioning Systems, UHF and A-GPS, Wireless Local Area Networks, Cellular and 3G Mobile, IP Location Services

    Ubiquitous Computing - Context Aware Applications, Mobile Media, Wearable Computing, Chip Implants, Nanotechnology

    National Security - Homeland Defence, National IDentification Schemes, Anti/ Counter-terrorism, Natural Disasters and Pandemics, Government Readiness

    Privacy and Surveillance – Dataveillance, Uberveillance

    Public Policy - Telecommunication Interception Access Act, Anti-terrorism Laws, Standards, guidelines

    Secondary Interests

    Electronic Business, Supply Chain Management

    Mobile Business - Mobile Media, Cultural Shifts

    Technological Innovation - Selection Environment, Path Dependency, Technological Trajectory

    Information Technology Strategy

    Geographic Information Systems, Critical Infrastructure Protection

    Strategic Network Planning

    Bionic Medicine - Bionics/ Prosthesis, Cochlear Implants, BioMEMS

     

Available as Research Supervisor

Selected Publications


Available as Research Supervisor

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Computational governance in open socio-technical systems
    Doctor of Philosophy Assessing the Impact of the Australian Information Privacy Legislation on the Secondary Use of Health Information Cheow, Meng
    Doctor of Philosophy Big Data Governance Lim, Enjoo
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Improving Cyber Security The Three Checkpoints Approach to Ending the Rise in Cyber Attacks in Australia Ogie, Robert
    Master of Philosophy Post-Modern Phenomenon of Body-Modifying Devices: The Present, The Future, The Past. Bradley-Munn, Sharon
    Doctor of Philosophy Development of a Sustainable Process Model via Industry-Driven Career Focused ICT Curriculum in Producing Sought-After ICT Graduates - The Malaysian Context Tinawin, Robina
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Wireless Body Area Networks: Security and Privacy Concerns Mjalled, Mohamad
    Doctor of Philosophy The Application of Location Enabled Body Worn Technologies in the Education Sector Hayes, Alexander
    Doctor of Philosophy Identifying and reducing technological contributions to end-user vulnerability Robertson, Lindsay
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Cloud Computing Data Breached: Socio- Technical Replications and Dilemma Kolevski, David

Teaching Overview


  • Katina joined the University of Wollongong in February 2002 and completed her Doctor of Philosophy in 2003 on the topic of The Auto-ID Trajectory.

    She has published and presented papers in 75 international conferences and journals in the field of Automatic Identification and Location-Based Services. More recently she co-edited the book "From Dataveillance to Uberveillance and the Realpolitik of the Transparent Society", and chaired the 2nd RNSA Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security Measures.

    At the University of Wollongong, Katina teaches Principles of eBusiness, Strategic eBusiness Solutions, Information and Communication Security Issues, and Information Technology and Innovation. She has also taught Case Studies in Information Technology, Organisational Issues in Information Technology, and Corporate Network Planning.

    Katina has delivered courses to the Sydney Business School and the Singapore Institute of Management and has collaborated with academics at the University of Wollongong Dubai Campus.

Full Name


  • Katina Michael

Research Overview


  • Primary Interests

    Automatic Identification Technologies - Bar Codes, Magnetic Stripe Cards, Smart Cards, Biometrics, Radio-frequency Identification Tags and Transponders

    Location-Based Services - Global Positioning Systems, UHF and A-GPS, Wireless Local Area Networks, Cellular and 3G Mobile, IP Location Services

    Ubiquitous Computing - Context Aware Applications, Mobile Media, Wearable Computing, Chip Implants, Nanotechnology

    National Security - Homeland Defence, National IDentification Schemes, Anti/ Counter-terrorism, Natural Disasters and Pandemics, Government Readiness

    Privacy and Surveillance – Dataveillance, Uberveillance

    Public Policy - Telecommunication Interception Access Act, Anti-terrorism Laws, Standards, guidelines

    Secondary Interests

    Electronic Business, Supply Chain Management

    Mobile Business - Mobile Media, Cultural Shifts

    Technological Innovation - Selection Environment, Path Dependency, Technological Trajectory

    Information Technology Strategy

    Geographic Information Systems, Critical Infrastructure Protection

    Strategic Network Planning

    Bionic Medicine - Bionics/ Prosthesis, Cochlear Implants, BioMEMS

     

Selected Publications


Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Computational governance in open socio-technical systems
    Doctor of Philosophy Assessing the Impact of the Australian Information Privacy Legislation on the Secondary Use of Health Information Cheow, Meng
    Doctor of Philosophy Big Data Governance Lim, Enjoo
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Improving Cyber Security The Three Checkpoints Approach to Ending the Rise in Cyber Attacks in Australia Ogie, Robert
    Master of Philosophy Post-Modern Phenomenon of Body-Modifying Devices: The Present, The Future, The Past. Bradley-Munn, Sharon
    Doctor of Philosophy Development of a Sustainable Process Model via Industry-Driven Career Focused ICT Curriculum in Producing Sought-After ICT Graduates - The Malaysian Context Tinawin, Robina
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Wireless Body Area Networks: Security and Privacy Concerns Mjalled, Mohamad
    Doctor of Philosophy The Application of Location Enabled Body Worn Technologies in the Education Sector Hayes, Alexander
    Doctor of Philosophy Identifying and reducing technological contributions to end-user vulnerability Robertson, Lindsay
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Cloud Computing Data Breached: Socio- Technical Replications and Dilemma Kolevski, David

Teaching Overview


  • Katina joined the University of Wollongong in February 2002 and completed her Doctor of Philosophy in 2003 on the topic of The Auto-ID Trajectory.

    She has published and presented papers in 75 international conferences and journals in the field of Automatic Identification and Location-Based Services. More recently she co-edited the book "From Dataveillance to Uberveillance and the Realpolitik of the Transparent Society", and chaired the 2nd RNSA Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security Measures.

    At the University of Wollongong, Katina teaches Principles of eBusiness, Strategic eBusiness Solutions, Information and Communication Security Issues, and Information Technology and Innovation. She has also taught Case Studies in Information Technology, Organisational Issues in Information Technology, and Corporate Network Planning.

    Katina has delivered courses to the Sydney Business School and the Singapore Institute of Management and has collaborated with academics at the University of Wollongong Dubai Campus.

Full Name


  • Katina Michael