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澳大利亚斯威本科技大学(Swinburne University of Technology)Sheng Wen副教授学术报告通知
撰稿人:黄敏杰     发布时间:2019年06月24日 09:35
题目: Industry 4.0: When Blockchain Comes Close to It
时间: 2019年7月9日(星期二)下午4:00-5:30
地点: 广州大学行政西楼前座四楼428会议室
报告人: 澳大利亚斯威本科技大学(Swinburne University of Technology)Sheng Wen副教授

Swinburne University has been recognised by Australian government as the leading university for national Industrial 4.0 research. In this presentation, Dr Wen, as the program leader for system security & blockchain, will introduce the research of applying blockchain techniques into Industrial 4.0 in Swinburne. It is composed of three parts: 1) what is industry 4.0; 2) blockchain in industry 4.0; 3) real examples in this field. Looking forwards to getting feedbacks and building up potential collaborations with audiences in the future.

Dr. Sheng Wen received his PhD degree from Deakin University, Melbourne, in October 2014. Currently, he has been working full-time as a senior lecturer (A/P in US) in Swinburne University of Technology. Before this, he first worked as a research fellow and then a Lecturer in Computer Science in the School of Information Technology at Deakin University from the year of 2015. Dr. Wen manages several research projects in the last three years. Since late 2014, Dr. Wen has received over four million Australia Dollars’ funding from both academia and industries as co-/Chief Investigator (CI), including ARC Linkage Projects and CSRIO-Defence Joint Projects. Dr. Wen is now the Program Leader for System Security & Blockchain in Swinburne Cybersecurity Lab and Blockchain Innovation Lab. He is leading a medium-size research team in the system security area. This team includes Dr. Wen, eight Ph.D. students in Swinburne as co-/supervisors and three Honours students. Dr Wen has published over seventy fully-refereed papers in prestigious journals and leading conferences. He has also edited three books and seven journal special issues. In particular, Dr Wen has published forty fully refereed high-quality journal articles. Among these articles, fifteen articles are published in the most prestigious IEEE or ACM Transactions. Due to his outstanding performance in research, he was selected as the representative young scientist in Australia parliament (2015). Sheng is leading a blockchain project with AUSTRAC to stop money laundering in Australia. The collaboration with AUSTRAC is significant and has been reported in top blockchain related media like `bitcoin’ website. He has also been selected as the cyber security expert in SBS channel to deliver security related knowledge and comment on security related event to the mass. His research impact not only contributes to his own academic reputation, but also promotes the reputation of Swinburne University in Australia.