Digital Australia & Emergent Asia


Prof. Aditya Ghose

President Service Science Society of Australia, University of Wollongong

Aditya Ghose is Professor of Computer Science and Director of the Decision Systems
Lab at the University of Wollongong. He holds PhD and MSc degrees in Computing
Science from the University of Alberta, Canada (he also spent parts of his PhD
candidature at the Beckman Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and
the University of Tokyo) and a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Computer Science
and Engineering from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. While at the University of
Alberta, he received the Jeffrey Sampson Memorial Award. His research is (or has
been) funded by the Australian Research Council, the Canadian Natural Sciences and
Engineering Research Council, the Japanese Institute for Advanced Information
Technology (AITEC) and various Australian government agencies as well as
companies such as Bluescope Steel, CSC and Pillar Administration. His research has
been published in the top venues in service-oriented computing (SCC and ICSOC),
software modelling (ER), software evolution (IWSSD, IWPSE) and AI (Artificial
Intelligence Journal, AAAI, AAMAS and ECAI). He has been an invited speaker at
the Schloss Dagstuhl Seminar Series in Germany and the Banff International
Research Station in Canada. He has also been a keynote speaker at several
conferences, and program/general chair of several others. He is a senior technical
advisor to several companies in the areas of constraint programming and business
process management, both in Australia and Canada. He serves as assessor (Ozreader)
for the Australian Research Council and as an external reviewer for the research
funding agencies of Canada, Ireland, Austria, the Netherlands and South Africa.

Professor Ghose is a Research Leader in the Australian Cooperative Research Centre
for Smart Services, Co-Director of the Centre for Oncology Informatics at the
Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute, Co-Leader of the University of
Wollongong Carbon-Centric Computing Initiative and Co-Convenor of the Australian
Computer Society NSW SIG on Green ICT. He is Vice-President of CORE,
Australia's apex body for computing academics. He is also President of the Service
Science Society of Australia.