- Professor Arun Sharma
- Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor (acting)
Deputy Vice-Chancellor's Office
- DVC (Research & Commercialisation)
Division of Research and Commercialisation,
Research and Commercialisation - DVC Office
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- Computation Theory and Mathematics, Computer Software
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PhD in Computer Science (State University of New York)
- Professional memberships
- Board Member – QMI Solutions Ltd.
- Board Member- qutbluebox Pty Ltd.
- Board Member – CRC for Integrated Engineering Asset Management
- Board Member – CRC for Smart Services
- Member – Queensland Premier’s Smart State Council
- Member – Premier’s Business Roundtable.
- Board Member – Sugar Research Ltd.
- Board Member – Farmacule Bioindustries Pty Ltd.
- Board Member – Australasian CRC for Interaction Design
- Board Member – Creative Industries Pty Ltd.
- Board Member – CRC for Construction Innovation
- Board Member – Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation
- Advisory role – ICT Sector Advisory Committee – CSIRO
- Advisory role – Independent Advisory Council – Australian Research Council
- Advisory role – Interim Advisory Board – Manufacturing Centre of the Enterprise Connect Program.
Algorithms, Computation Theory, Inductive Logic And Inference
Professor Arun Sharma is:
- Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Commercialisation) – QUT
- President – Australia India Business Council (Queensland Chapter).
He has played a leadership role in developing Australian research capability in information and communication technology.
- co-founder of NICTA – Australia’s national centre of excellence
- inaugural Director of NICTA’s largest research laboratory.
Prior to establishing NICTA, Arun was:
- Head – School of Computer Science and Engineering – University of New South Wales, Sydney
- Co-founder – UNSW – Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Smart Internet Technology.
Arun is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and has obtained the following qualifications:
- 1990: PhD in Computer Science from the State University of New York at Buffalo
- 1990 – 1991: postdoctoral training in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- 1985: undergraduate degree in Computer Science from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani.
- Martin E, Sharma AK, Stephan F, (2004) On the data consumption benefits of accepting increased uncertainty, Algorithmic Learning Theory: proceedings of the 15th International Conference, ALT 2004 p83-98
- Sharma A, (2004) Web searching and Sigma2 queries, Advanced web technologies and applications: proceedings of the 6th Asia-Pacific Web Conference, APWeb 2004 p20-23
- Jain S, Sharma A, (2002) Mind change complexity of learning logic programs, Theoretical Computer Science p143-160
- Case J, Ott M, Sharma A, Stephan F, (2002) Learning to win process-control games watching game-masters, Information and Computation p1-19
- Ignjatovic A, Sharma A, (2004) Some applications of logic to feasibility in higher types, ACM Transactions on Computational Logic p332-350
- Martin E, Sharma A, Stephan F, (2003) Learning power and language expressiveness, Theoretical Computer Science p365-383
- Case J, Kinber E, Sharma A, Stephan F, (2004) On the classification of recursive languages, Information and Computation p15-40
- Case J, Jain S, Martin E, Sharma A, Stephan F, (2006) Identifying Clusters from Positive Data, SIAM Journal on Computing p28-55
- Martin E, Sharma A, Stephan F, (2006) Unifying logic, topology and learning in Parametric logic, Theoretical Computer Science p103-124
- Martin E, Sharma A, Stephan F, (2006) On ordinal VC-dimension and some notions of complexity, Theoretical Computer Science p62-76
For more publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.