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Dr Jarrod Trevathan is an expert in affordable environmental monitoring technologies and ecommerce security and fraud algorithms. His current particular area is cost-effective technologies for water quality assessment and flood monitoring. Dr Trevathan is leading industry and community collaborative projects that seek to integrate technology, social enterprise and community engagement to improve environmental outcomes. This is particularly the case with water resource monitoring and disaster management (for which he has won significant community awards and prestigious Australian Research Council (ARC) funding). Dr Trevathan is soliciting students at all year levels (3rd year, Honours, Masters, PhD, Post Grad) who have skills in programing, electronics, statistics and physics. Students must be willing to have a go at real-world problems in agriculture and water quality. As such, you need to perform at an industry level and deliver tangible commercial outcomes. That being said, you will be provided with the environment you need to help you achieve these goals.

GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY APPOINTMENTS

  • Member
    Institute for Integrated and Intelligent Systems2013
  • Senior Lecturer
    Griffith University, School of Information and Communication Technology, Brisbane, Australia16 Jan 2012

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

  • Lecturer
    James Cook University, Discipline of Information Technology, Australia1 Jul 2002 - 12 Feb 2010
  • Deputy Director
    James Cook University, eResearch Centre, Townsville, Australia15 Feb 2010 - 13 Jan 2012

NON-ACADEMIC POSITIONS

  • Analyst/Programmer
    Osmotion Pty Ltd15 Jan 2007 - 12 Feb 2010

DEGREES

  • Graduate Certificate In Higher Education
    Griffith University, Australia31 Jan 2013 - 10 Dec 2013
  • Doctor Of Philosophy (Computer Science)
    James Cook University, Australia1 Jan 2004 - 1 Mar 2007
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours)
    James Cook University, Townsville, Australia1 Jan 1998 - 1 Jan 2001

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING

  • Senior Research Fellow
    University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia15 Feb 2010 - 13 Jan 2012
    Aquatic Environmental Sensor NetworksPostdoctoral Fellowship

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