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Dr. Liming Zhu
Research Director
Software & Computational Systems, Data61 | CSIRO &

Conjoint Full Professor
School of CSE, UNSW

Email: Liming.Zhu@data61.csiro.au (W)
liming.zhu@gmail.com (P)
Tel: +61 2 94905584(PA)


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A short biography for talks, papers and etc:

Dr/Prof. Liming Zhu is a Research Director at CSIRO's Data61 and a conjoint full professor at University of New South Wales (UNSW). He is the chairperson of Standards Australia's blockchain and distributed ledger committee and on AI trustworthiness related committees. His research program innovates in the areas of AI/ML platforms, responsible/ethical AI, software engineering, computational science, blockchain, regulation technology, quantum software, privacy and cybersecurity. He has published more than 200 academic papers on software architecture, secure systems and data/ML infrastructure, blockchain, governance and responsible AI.

A longer biography for talks, papers and etc:

Dr. Liming Zhu is the Research Director of Software and Computational Systems division at CSIRO's Data61. Data61 is part of The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and Australia's data/AI innovation arm. The division innovates in the area of AI/ML/big data infrastructure, computational and simulation sciences platforms, trustworthy and responsible AI, distributed systems, blockchains, software ecosystems, software engineering/architecture, DevOps, quantum software, privacy and cybersecurity. He is also a conjoint full professor position at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He formerly worked in several technology lead positions in software industry before obtaining a PHD degree in software engineering from UNSW. He has been a lead in a number collaborative projects with Australia government agencies, defence, standardisation bodies and commercial companies. He is currently the chairperson of Standards Australia's blockchain and distributed ledger committee and on AI trustworthiness related committees. He has supervised more than 20 PhD students and taught software architecture courses at UNSW and University of Sydney. He has published more than 200 academic papers on software architecture, secure systems and data/ML infrastructure, blockchain, governance and responsible AI.