Dr Paul Wong

PhD
Senior Lecturer
College of Engineering & Computer Science

Areas of expertise

  • Logic 220308
  • Data Format 0804
  • Information Systems 0806
  • Simulation And Modelling 080110
  • Artificial Intelligence And Image Processing 0801
  • Operations Research 010206

Biography

Paul Wong is Senior Lecturer at the School of Cybernetics.  Paul is a logician by training.  He completed his PhD with the Automated Reasoning Group in the Research School of Information Sciences and Engineering at the ANU. 

Paul was formerly a lecturer in Software Engineering at the University of Wollongong, a Senior Policy Analyst with the Commonwealth Grants Commission, a Defence Analyst with the Defence Science and Technology Organisation (now Defence Science and Technology Group).  While working in DSTO, Paul was a member of a multi-disciplinary team developing a whole-of-organisation evaluation for the newly established Headquarters Joint Operation Command in Bungendore.  During this time, Paul’s primary focus was computer modelling and simulation but had also extended his interests to include Complex Systems Science, Network Science, Operations Research, and Organisational and Managerial Sciences.    

Over the last decade, Paul has been a data practitioner covering all aspects of the strategic use of data as an enterprise and national asset.  Paul has managed enterprise class systems and data, played a key role in the establishment of a national consortium to support digital research infrastructure, and contributed to the improvement of research data management practices nationally.  Since 2014, Paul also founded a private consultancy business to provide strategic data advisory, analytical and training services for organisations. 

 

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