Engineering Informatics-2024 Conference Committee

Asc/Prof. Greg Adamson

Vice President Technical Activities, IEEE SSIT

Asc/Prof. Greg Adamson is an honorary Associate Professor in the School of Computing
and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne. He is also a Principal
Advisor at the Nossal Institute for Global Health at the Melbourne School of
Population and Global Health. Dr Adamson has expertise in the areas of
technology and society, human-computer interaction, and global health. He has
published several articles and given talks on these topics. Dr Adamson is also a
member of the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology (SSIT) and has
served as the Chair of the Australia chapter and a member of the Board of

Jacqueline King

Communications & Marketing Manager, iMOVE Australia Ltd

Jacqueline King is a highly experienced communications professional with a
demonstrated history of working in the automotive, transport, research, and
manufacturing industries. She is currently the Head of Communications and
Marketing at iMOVE Australia. King has also provided creative and strategic
communications and marketing services to clients in the public and private
sectors in Western Australia. She is also known for using her social media
platforms to inspire women.

A/Prof Ambarish Kulkarni

Director-Vehicle Engineering Team, School of Engineering, Swinburne University of Technology

A/Prof Ambarish Kulkarni is a researcher and academic with expertise in engineering informatics and materials science. Ambarish Kulkarni is a mechanical design engineer with a PhD in the Development of an EV drivetrain for a small car. He specializes in mechanical design with a focus on finite element, virtual and augmented reality. His research focuses on product design and development activities. He is best known for his work on the development of human-centred products. He is currently working on the design of medical, and automotive process/product improvements using virtual and augmented reality tools. His current projects are on electric vehicle drivetrains, battery packaging, bushfire shelters and therapeutic sleep system designs. He is a specialist in using specialized virtual design tools with significant field and industry experience. Further applications of his research have included bio-mechanical modelling and virtual sub-system designs. He was in an industrial R&D career and became a full-time academic in 2009. His current role is A/Prof-Computer Aided Engineering, with research projects on the development of Bombardier Trams, electric vehicle battery packaging, therapeutic sleep system design and bushfire shelters. He is also actively involved in teaching finite element methods, and graphics design and supervising students on virtual reality projects. He is a Fellow member of the Institution of Engineers-Australia, member- The Society of Automotive Engineers-International and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers-USA. He has published several articles and given talks on his research topics. Dr. Kulkarni has also worked as an Assistant Professor at the University of California, Davis.

Our Team

Associate Professor Ambarish Kulkarni, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia (Chief editor)

Mr. Venkata Yadla, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Ms. Dharathi Venkatesh, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Mr.Lewis Douketis, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Mr. Don Marney, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Dr Cristobal (Cris) Sierra

Dr. Paul Shuva, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA

Mr. Sri Chandra, IEEE, India

Ms. Jacqueline King, iMove, Australia

Mr. Vijay. S. P, IEEE Victorian section, Australia

Dr. Biplop Ray, IEEE Victorian section, Australia

Mr. Ankit Jadhav, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Mr. Aman Sharma, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Mr. Sarvesh Kulkarni, Engineering Student