Professor Elizabeth Chang, Professor in Logistics, UNSW Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA)

  • Professor Elizabeth Chang leads the Defence Logistics research group at UNSW@ADFA, targeting the key issues in big data management, Defence Logistics and Sustainment, Predictive Analytics, Situation Awareness, IoT and Cyber-Physical Systems, Trust, Security, Risk and Privacy. Professor Chang is well known in the academic world globally for her pioneering work in these areas. In a 2012 article, published in MIS Quarterly vol. 36 iss. 4, Professor Chang was ranked fifth in the world for her research contributions in Business Intelligence. She has delivered 48 Keynote/Plenary speeches largely at major IEEE Conferences and most recent in the area of Logistics, Defence Logistics, semantics, business intelligence, big data management, data quality and the like. Her academic achievement includes 24 Competitive Research Grants including 11 Australian Research Council (ARC) grants worth over $18 million, supervised/co-supervised 42 PhD theses to completion, 21 Master theses and 20 Post-docs. She has published seven authored books, over 500 international journal papers and conference papers with an H-Index of 42 (Google Scholar) and over 9,800 citations.

    Wednesday 29 March – 8.30am - 5.00pm
    Thursday 30 March – 8.30am - 4.00pm