APDM 2017 Keynote


Elizabeth Chang
Professor

Title:
Establishing a Strong Data Governance and Data Stewardship Framework for Distributed Management of Data Abuse and Data Spills

Abstract:
In this talk, Professor Chang will introduce a Data Governance Model and Data Stewardship framework including policy, process, function and services. She then introduces federated and centralised data management methods and the emerging approach to distributed control of data abuse and data spills. This is followed by the illustration of plan, manage and execution of data security, and the discussion on the importance of providing trusted, credible, traceable and accurate information at the point of need is critical for enterprise wide business intelligence and decision making.

About Speaker:
Professor Elizabeth Chang is Professor of IT and Logistics Informatics and Canberra Fellow at the UNSW at the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA). She has been a full Professor in IT, Software Engineering and Transport Logistics for 14 years. She had been in senior positions in commercial corporations for 8 years. Her key research strength is in large complex system development methodologies, and she is also specialised in critical element of software systems, including trust, security, risk and privacy, and recent successful work on IoT, cyber physical systems and big data management. In the 2012 edition of MIS Quarterly vol. 36 issue 4 Special Issues on Business Research, Professor Chang was listed fifth in the world for researchers in Business Intelligence.

She has delivered over 50 Keynote/Plenary speeches largely at major IEEE Conferences and most recent in the area of Cognitive Decision Support Systems, big data management, IoT and the like. Her academic achievement includes 27 Competitive Research Grants including 12 Australian Research Council (ARC) grants worth over $15 million. Between 2014-2016, she led the team awarded multiple Defence Related Research Contracts and 2 ARC grants and industry funds of over $ 2 million dollars in cash. She has supervised/co-supervised 42 PhD theses to completion, 21 Master theses and 18 post-docs. She has published 6 authored books, over 150 international journal papers and 400+ refereed conference papers with an H-Index of 45 (Google Scholar) and over 10,000 citations.

She is an IEEE Fellow and has been Chair/Co-Chair for IEEE IES Technical Committee on Industrial Informatics since 2010. She is also the Chair for the IFIP International Working Group 2.1/12.4 since 2012 on Wen Semantics. She is also an Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (since 2007) and Guest Editor on IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics (since 2005), Co-editor in chief for International Journal on Engineering Intelligent Systems. She is a member of Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, honorary member of the Australian Logistics and Supply Chain Society.