At Flinders University he has primarily been involved with teaching Computer Networking, Web Systems, Operating Systems, Cyber Security and other related undergrad and postgrad topics.
Prior to joining Flinders, Kim has worked in Australia and internationally at a variety of computing and networking roles across a variety of industries, including; games development, education, print, entertainment, transport, civil aviation, internet hosting and telecommunications.
His research interests include delay tolerant networking, infrastructure-less mobile communication, RF propagation, automotive systems and disaster resilient technology. Papers published at the IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference.
Bachelor of Information Technology, USQ.
Previously as a teaching specialist, now as a casual, contributing to the delivery of computer networking and communications topics within the College of Science & Engineering.
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