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1 Curtin University Council Chambers Tuesday 17 February am - 3pm In partnership with AGENDA 10.45am Registration/coffee 11.00am 11.05am 11.10am 11.30am Welcome Professor Deborah Terry Vice-Chancellor, Curtin University Round Table Objectives Martin Stewart-Weeks Facilitator The Federal Government Industry Competitiveness Agenda; the Role of Big Data & Linkage with the SKA; the Introduction of Exascale Data Alliance Concept Dr Rob Porteous Head of Science & Commercialisation Policy, Department of Industry and Science Enabling 21st Century Infrastructure for Industry Shaun Gregory Senior Vice President, Sustainability and Technology, Woodside Chris Hancock, AARNet 12.00pm Q & A/Discussion 12.30pm Lunch Break 1.00pm 1.30pm 2.00pm 2.55pm 3.00pm Research and Innovation: The Process of Translation Gary Hale Chair, SKA Tiger Team, Cisco Dr David Williams Executive Director, National Facilities & Collections, CSIRO Building Capability and Capacity in Big Data and Analytics Professor Steven Tingay Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy, Curtin University Dr Michael Briers, SIRCA Effective Collaborative Models between Business & Research Entities (e.g. Exascale Data Alliance Model & LNG Big Data Research) - Panel Discussion and Q&A Dr Erica Smyth Non-Executive Chairman, Toro Energy Limited Kevin Bloch ANZ Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Cisco Professor Graeme Wright Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research & Development), Curtin University Professor John Dell Dean of Engineering, Computing & Mathematics, UWA Shaun Gregory Senior Vice President, Sustainability and Technology, Woodside Dr David Williams Group Executive, Information Sciences, CSIRO Next Steps Martin Stewart-Weeks Close Christopher Goldsworthy Asst. Executive Director, B/HERT 1

2 ROUND TABLE OBJECTIVES B/HERT s round table program is a forum for dialogue and engagement between universities and business to promote effective and productive working relationships among the sectors. As part of this, B/HERT is hosting a round table on Analysing Big Data - one of the most important areas for innovation across the government, business, research and higher education sectors in Australia, as well as regionally and globally. There is no bigger big data application than proposed for The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) program, a global next-generation radio telescope project involving institutions from over 20 countries, reflecting an Internet of Everything (IoE) model that will operate at the Exabyte scale, and will be capable of downloading the equivalent of the global internet within its first five minutes of operation. Australia is a key host and leader for this program, involving CSIRO, Curtin University, UWA, Cisco, along with the Federal and WA Governments. We are now in period where there are more things connected to the Internet than there are people in the world with this new phase of the evolution of the Internet, the Internet of Everything (IoE), changing the way industries and countries compete. IoE is bringing together people, process, data, and things to make networked connections more relevant and valuable than ever before, turning information into actions that create new capabilities, richer experiences, and unprecedented economic opportunity for businesses, individuals, and countries. The scale and scope of the SKA exemplifies the necessity of genuine stakeholder collaboration in undertaking a project that is designed to expand understanding of the universe. As the largest and most capable radio telescope ever constructed, the SKA will during its 50+ year lifetime drive technological development worldwide. Industry, government and university investment in the SKA project is an investment in Australia s future because the skills, capabilities and institutions necessary to make it a success are increasingly the same skills, capabilities and institutions necessary to fuel the next phase of innovation in virtually every dimension of Australia s economic, social and environmental performance. This would include programs such as Woodside s Plant of the Future in accelerating innovations in Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) production. B/HERT is partnering with Curtin University, an integral player in the development of the SKA project; Cisco Systems Pty Ltd, one of the primary industry partners developing opportunities beyond the SKA through the Internet of Things (IoT) initiative; and Woodside as a major industry partner that could leverage advances through the SKA program. At the heart of the SKA s success will be the ability to: i) excel in the four key elements of data, analytics, networks and innovation; ii) design and manage their interaction and interdependence, and iii) position these elements as a competitive diamond at the heart of national aspirations for innovation. Transformation in promoting collaboration of government, universities, large and small private sector organisations and the looser networks of entrepreneurs and digital innovators is critical and urgent to Australia s competitive advantage in research and science leading to sustainable prosperity in the digital economy. Speakers and round table participants from the business, government and education sectors will contribute to - progressing the translation of research for application in industry; building capability in big data and data analytics; applying effective collaboration models between higher education and industry; review commercialisation of research opportunities. 2

3 ADDITIONAL SKA BACKGROUND & APPLICATION TO WIDER INDUSTRIES As telescopes become larger and more complex over the next decade, they will generate orders of magnitude more data than telescopes of the past. The raw data rates produced by the emerging generation of astronomy facilities are pushing technology and techniques as hard as or harder than any other application. Industry sees this as an opportunity, driving the development of products that can be applied in a wide variety of markets. Astronomers recognise that data intensive research will be an important theme in the next decade and beyond. This Decadal Plan reflects this recognition through community support for initiatives such as the All-Sky Virtual Observatory (ASVO). The development and effective utilisation of the ASVO and other data related initiatives will require the astronomy community to foster a new type of scientist, dedicated to data intensive activities - managing, curating, manipulating, processing vast volumes of data, extracting information from it and making data and information available and accessible to other scientists. Currently these scientists are largely missing from the community and a challenge for the next decade will be to train such scientists and create career paths for them. These data experts will be critically important for the SKA and its precursor instruments in Australia. Data intensive scientists are likely to be multi-disciplinary and will likely have to move between academia and industry in order to bring solutions from outside astronomy. This need is an opportunity for astronomy to embrace industry/academic engagements, as industry has similar requirements across a range of different markets. Embryonic work in this direction is already underway. An example of an initiative that may grow to meet astronomy and industry requirements is the Exascale Data Alliance (EDA). The EDA is industry-led (CISCO) and is bringing together academia, industry, and government agencies to explore the development of a centre motivated by the grand challenges of the SKA that will link academia with industry via physical co-location and shared challenges, encouraging mixing across the range of industry and academic experiences. A central theme of the EDA will be the training of undergraduate and graduate researchers, broadening their skills and encouraging careers that move back and forth between the academic and industry worlds. The benefit will be innovative and effective solutions to problems of importance to industry and the research community. Excerpt by Prof Steven Tingay, Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy, Curtin University SPEAKERS Professor Deborah Terry commenced as Vice-Chancellor and President of Curtin University in February A Fellow of both the Australian Psychological Society and the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA), Professor Terry has had a distinguished research career in psychology spanning more than 25 years. Her research interests include Intergroup Relations, Attitudes and Beliefs, and Group Processes. She is currently President of ASSA and Chair of the Australian Council of Learned Academies. Professor Deborah Terry Vice-Chancellor Curtin University 3

4 SPEAKERS cont. Martin Stewart-Weeks is a strategic thinker and analyst, facilitator and a writer with 30 years experience spanning government, the for purpose or social sector and the corporate sector working at the intersection of public policy, public sector performance, technology and innovation. He has held senior policy, management and advisory positions for ministers and government agencies at the federal and state government level in Australia and New South Wales. In his work with the Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG) at Cisco, Martin s focus is primarily on the public sector. Martin Stewart-Weeks Independent Advisor Martin was a member of the Ministerial Task Force on Government 2.0 which reported to Finance Minister Lindsay Tanner and Special Minister of State Joe Ludwig in December He was also a member of the advisory committee on Government 2.0 in Victoria. He has recently been appointed to the Strategy and Innovation Council of the Federal Department of Human Services. Martin holds a BA (Hons) in English from the University of York in the UK, a Graduate Diploma in Applied Economics from Canberra University and a Masters in Social Science and Policy from the University of New South Wales. Rob Porteous is the Head of the Science and Commercialisation Policy in the Department of Industry and Science. His responsibilities include science and research policy, research training, infrastructure and engagement. Rob has extensive experience in industry, innovation, science, research and tertiary education policy development in the Australian Government. He oversaw review of relevant policies and programs from 2011 to 2013, while in the Department of Finance and Deregulation. He has also held senior positions in the Department of Families and Community Services, with responsibility for Strategic Policy, and as the Manager for Strategic Planning in Airservices Australia, with responsibility for research, including major collaborations with US and French aerospace firms. Rob worked in the Department of Defence in force development investment analysis and procurement between He was an adviser to the Minister for Defence during Dr Rob Porteous Head, Science & Commercialisation Policy Department of Industry and Science Shaun Gregory has a Bachelor of Science (Hons) from the University of Western Australia in Mathematical Geophysics and a Master of Business and Technology from the University of New South Wales. He started his career with BHP Billiton Petroleum in 1992 before joining Woodside in 1996 where he remains today. Shaun has held a variety of roles in the industry but has a foundation in the exploration of oil and gas as a geophysicist. A specialist in seismic imaging, Shaun has worked on a variety of technology advancements to improve the direct imaging of oil and gas, in particular depth migration and 4D time lapse seismic. Shaun Gregory Senior Vice President Strategy, Science and Technology Woodside Energy Ltd Although Perth based for most of his career, Shaun has lived for three years in Houston where he led the Woodside s efforts in deepwater exploration, before returning with his wife and family of three children, to corporate headquarters in A broad based experience in other parts of oil and gas was obtained with career moves into mergers and acquisitions, corporate strategy, and the Browse Liquefied Natural Gas Development. He has along the way developed strong leadership skills and joined Woodside s executive team in Shaun is currently Senior Vice President of Strategy, Science & Technology. 4

5 SPEAKERS cont. Under Chris s leadership, AARNet today serves 38 Australian universities and the CSIRO, as well as many health and other research organisations, schools, vocational training institutions, cultural organisations and specialist content providers. More than one million people now access the network for teaching, learning and research, connecting with each other and their peers around the world. Chris Hancock AARNet Chris came to the role in 2004 with 25 years executive leadership experience, including 15 years in the media and telecommunications sectors. Prior to joining AARNet, Chris held several key executive positions at Optus, including Managing Director, Optus Wholesale and Managing Director, Optus Business. He was an integral member of the senior executive team that completed the initial public offering and subsequent sale of Optus to Singtel. He has also held executive positions with Vodafone, Seven Television Network and Sara Lee Corporation. Chris has a Bachelor of Arts (Social Science) from Charles Sturt University and an Executive MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management. He is a Board Director of the Smart Services Cooperative Research Centre (CRC), Institute for Broadband Enabled Society (IBES) and the Starlight Foundation of NSW. Dr David Williams is a member of the CSIRO Executive Team and is CSIRO s Executive Director CSIRO National Facilities & Collections - a role that sees him lead the following lines of business and national facilities: Astronomy and Space Science Australian Collections Information, Management & Technology Australian Animal Health Laboratory Australian Telescope National Facility Marine National Facility Dr Williams also leads National Biological Collections and major national infrastructure. CSIRO hosts the National Research Infrastructure on behalf of the scientific community to assist with the delivery of research, some of these include: Marine Research Vessel Pawsey Supercomputer Australian National Insect Collection (Canberra) Australian National Herbarium (Canberra and Cairns) Australian National Wildlife Collection (Canberra) Australian Tree Seed Centre (Canberra) Australian National Fish Collection (Hobart) Australian National Algal Culture Collection (Hobart) ATLAS of Living Australia Dr David Williams Executive Director CSIRO National Facilities & Collection He commenced in this role on 1 July

6 SPEAKERS cont. Gary leads Cisco s Cyber Security Initiatives as a key member of the Security & Trust Organisation (S&TO), under Cisco s Chief Security & Trust Officer (CSTO), John Stewart. S&TO have three distinct missions: protect Cisco from threat, protect Cisco s products from threat, and help protect Cisco s customers. As a key member of the S&TO Leadership Team, Gary works closely with Cisco s internal teams and partners to drive new and innovative cyber security services, products and solutions, as part of a holistic view of the central role the network plays in delivering both business productivity and security outcomes the focus is on helping customers move at business speed by enabling business securely. Gary Hale Director Cyber Security Initiatives Security & Trust Organisation (S&TO) Cisco, MAICD, AFAIM Within Australia & New Zealand, Gary works closely with national authorities to share best practices for protecting IT systems for both government and industry customers, working with our local sales teams, partners and customers in the development and deployment of secure services and solutions, as well as joint security education and threat research initiatives. Gary sits on the Board of the Edith Cowan University Security Research Institute (ECUSRI), leads Cisco s involvement in the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Radio Astronomy initiatives in Australia, and recently chaired the Australian SKA Big Data Tiger Team to develop skills and capabilities that are aligned with the market transformations being driven by the intersection of the Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data & Analytics, and Security & Trust. Gary has completed a Bachelor of Engineering at Curtin University, a Masters of Science in Space Operations at the US Air Force Institute of Technology, and a GradDip in Management with the Australian Department of Defence. He is married and has two children and resides in Perth, Australia. Professor Steven Tingay received his BSc (Hons) in Physics at the University of Melbourne in 1992 and in 1996 completed a PhD in Astronomy and Astrophysics at the Mount Stromlo and Siding Springs Observatories of the Australian National University. Steven then worked in the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, the Paul Wild Observatory near Narrabri, New South Wales, and the Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing at the Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, where he was the Project Leader for Swinburne s Square Kilometre Array project funded under the Federal Government s Major National Research Facilities Program. In 2007 Steven was appointed to, as Professor of Radio Astronomy in the Department of Applied Physics, Steven is also a Western Australian Premier s Fellow and was appointed Deputy Director of ICRAR in Professor Steven Tingay Professor of Radio Astronomy at Curtin and Premier s Fellow Co-Director of the Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy (CIRA) 6

7 SPEAKERS cont. Mike Briers is one of Australia s most respected e-research thought leaders and public-private sector entrepreneurs. Since 2001, Mike has led the growth of SIRCA to become the world s preeminent financial market knowledge infrastructure provider. Today SIRCA provides big data and technology services to over 600 universities, regulators and commercial clients world-wide. Sirca is owned by Australia and New Zealand s 40 universities and has a fully-owned successful commercial subsidiary, Rozetta Technology. Dr Mike Briers SIRCA Mike advises the high-profile Sense-T program and SIRCA is building its digital platform making it a leader in the Internet of Things. Based in Tasmania, Sense-T is creating the world s first economy-wide sensor network. It combines real-time sensor data with historical and spatial data to generate a digital view of the state, allowing examination of complex relationships across the economy. Mike s career uniquely straddles the intersection of academia, business and government, having held both professorial and chief executive positions. Mike has pioneered new approaches to public and private partnerships in the digital economy. He is a serial entrepreneur and a founder of SIRCA, Rozetta Technology, Capital Markets Co-operative Research Centre and Intersect Australia. Together these ventures have created more than 600 jobs and $1 billion in value. Erica Smyth has 40 years experience in the mineral and petroleum industries, initially as an exploration geologist then as a project approvals manager with BHP before completing her executive career as a General Manager of Corporate Affairs with Woodside in She is now a professional company director and is the Chairman of Toro Energy Limited and Diabetes Research WA. She is also a non-executive Director of Emeco Holdings Ltd, the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO), the Deep Exploration Technologies CRC, the Royal Flying Doctor Service (Western Operations), and the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research. Dr Erica Smyth MSc, FTSE; FAICD Non-Executive Chairman Toro Energy Limited Kevin Bloch is Chief Technology Officer at Cisco. He provides leadership of technology vision as well as leadership of people within Cisco to communicate and execute on that vision. Kevin is a member of the global Cisco CTO Forum, Cisco s most senior technology leadership board, representing APAC, Japan and China (APJC). He is also currently active on external commercial and government technology advisory boards. Before joining Cisco 13 years ago, Kevin held senior positions with other telecommunications equipment manufacturers, systems integrators and service providers including Lucent, JNA Telecommunications and Telstra. Kevin is the author of six technical reference books. Kevin Bloch Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Cisco 7

8 SPEAKERS cont. Professor Graeme Wright is Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research & Development at Curtin University, responsible for all research, research training, and commercialisation and knowledge transfer activities. Professor Wright obtained his undergraduate degree from Curtin University and Master by Research degree from Murdoch University in Perth. He returned to Curtin to complete his PhD. Professor Graeme Wright Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research and Development Curtin University Since 2004 Professor Wright has held senior roles at Curtin University including Executive Dean, Associate Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research Training and now Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research & Development. He has extensive knowledge and experience in education and research, and engagement with higher education policy at strategic level. Professor Wright has extensive experience on boards and committees of research centres and CRCs, liaison with industry and negotiation of funding agreements, and broad research knowledge in spatial information sciences. He is currently a non-executive Director of the CRC for Spatial Information. As Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics, Prof Dell has changed the profile of engineering education and research at the University of Western Australia, dramatically changing the education model and focussing the research to be more industry focussed and collaborative between disciplines. Prof Dell joined the Faculty in 1994, after working for 10 years in industry developing technologies for optoelectronics at Telecom Research Laboratories in Australia and space radiation effects at Matra Marconi Space Systems (now EADS) in France. He was appointed Dean of the Faculty in Prof Dell has more than 300 refereed publications. John s work has resulted in the awarding of a number of US and Australian defence contracts. He is also a co-inventor of a number of patented device structures and fabrication technologies. He is joint winner of the inaugural DSTO/Australia Museum Eureka Prize for Outstanding Science in Support of Defence or National Security. This technology is now being developed for real-time analysis of soil properties for agriculture, as well as applications in food science, defence and medicine. John has a strong commitment to research and teaching and believes strongly that the nexus between the two is essential, particularly in developing new ways to inspire and educate future engineers. He is particularly interested in developing leadership in students and graduates, and an understanding that solutions are not only technical but have social, economic and cultural dimensions that need to be taken into account. Professor John Dell Dean Faculty of Engineering Computing and Mathematics The University of Western Australia Christopher is the Asst. Executive Director of the Business/Higher Education Round Table, a position he has held since He also currently serves as a non-executive director of The Australian Ballet and Member of the Cultural Sector Advisory Committee, Innovation & Business Skills Australia. Previously, non-executive director of The Australian National Memorial Theatre; General Manager, DMA Clinical Pilates P/L; Manager Business & Strategy, the NZ Schools of Dance & Drama; Vice-President, Agilitas USA; and Company Manager, Essgee Entertainment. He is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and holds Master s degrees in Business Administration and Business Law, both from Bond University. Christopher Goldsworthy Business/Higher Education Round Table 8

9 ATTENDANCE LIST AARNet Angus Griffin Manager, Business Development Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd Megan East Strategic Partner Marketing Manager Jacqui Cook Strategic Project Officer, ORD AARNett Chris Hancock ACS Foundation Professor Tony Watson Chair, ACS Foundation WA Chapter Alternate Futures Denise Goldsworthy Owner and Managing Principal Alternate Futures Craig Moulton Principal Mining and Exploration Geology ANSTO Michael Beckett General Manager, Support Services Australian Computer Society David Cook MACS CP WA Branch Chair Australian Computer Society Brett Waters WA Branch Manager B/HERT Christopher Goldsworthy Assistant Executive Director BT Financial Group Michael Watson Senior Architect Asgard Systems (BTFG Technology) Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd Kevin Bloch ANZ Chief Technology Officer Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd Gary Hale Director, Cyber Security Initiatives, Security & Trust Organisation (S&TO) / Chair, SKA Tiger Team Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd Reg Johnson General Manager, Education Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd Mark Patterson General Manager WA, SA & TAS Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd Gary Softley Client Executive Higher Education, Cisco Systems ANZ CSIRO Dr Phil Crosby Assist Director: WA; Major Project Specialist, CSIRO Astronomy & Space Science CSIRO Juan Carlos Guzman Group Leader, Software and Computing CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science CSIRO Dr Steve Harvey Deputy Chief Operations CSIRO Dr David Williams Executive Director, National Facilities and Collections Ian Callahan Vice President, Corporate Services Professor Majella Franzman Pro Vice Chancellor, Humanities Professor Peter Hall Radio Astronomy Engineering, School of Electrical Engineering and Computing Professor Carole Jackson Radio Astronomy & WA Premier s Fellow Rohan McDougall Director, ORD Professor Peter Moore Executive Director Strategic Engagement, CBS External Relations Paul Nicholls Director Strategic Projects, ORD Chris Rasmussen Chief Information Officer Professor Andrew Rohl Faculty of Science & Engineering Lenin Shenbaga Rajendran Senior Project Officer, ORD Professor Deborah Terry Vice-Chancellor 9

10 ATTENDANCE LIST cont. Charlie Thorn Director Research & Development, ORD Professor Steven Tingay Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy Professor Xiangyu Wang Professor, Woodside Chair, School of Built Environment Professor Graeme Wright Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research & Development Dandolo Partners Brad Davies Director and Principal Department of Industry and Science David Luchetti General Manager Australian SKA Office Department of Industry and Science Dr Rob Porteous Head, Science & Commercialisation Policy Department of Mines and Petroleum Julie de Jong Executive Director Strategic Projects Dimension Data Australia Pty Ltd Tamir Levin Enterprise Architect Dimension Data Australia Pty Ltd Jeff Rosser National Programs Manager Edith Cowan University Professor Craig Valli Director, ECU Security Research Institute Freeth Computing Consultants Pty Ltd Rob Freeth Consultant Horizon Power Brendan Bourke Manager, Stakeholder Relations International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research Professor Peter Quinn Director IVEC Dr Neil Stringfellow Executive Director MWCCI Rob Jefferies MYACN Rick Barrett Chair of the WWW2017 Office of the Minister for Industry and Science Nigel Everingham Adviser to Minister Macfarlane Minister for Industry & Science PricewaterhouseCoopers Simon Avenell Partner Public Purse Pty Ltd Martin Stewart-Weeks Independent Advisor RMIT University Professor Calum Drummond Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research & Innovation SAP Uday Bonu Senior Industry Principal - Public Sector & Higher Education Scitech Alan Brien SIRCA Dr Mike Briers SKA INFRA AUS Angus Leitch Buildings Leader, Perth, Aurecon Skrydata Dr Fedja Hadzic Chief Scientist Skrydata Mark Stevens Swinburne University of Technology Professor Matthew Bailes Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research & Development Swinburne University of Technology Dr James Hamlyn-Harris Dep Chair, Dept of Computer Science & Software Engineering 10

11 ATTENDANCE LIST cont. Thales WA Pat Hall Managing Director, WA Operations Toro Energy Limited Dr Erica Smyth Non-Executive Chairman University of Queensland Professor Joanne Wright Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) University of South Australia Professor Andy Koronios Head, School of Information Technology & Mathematical Sciences University of Tasmania Amanda Castray Acting CEO Sense-T WA Government Jennifer McGrath Executive Director, Office of Science WA Government Ashwin Raj Director, Office of Science Woodside Shaun Gregory SVP Strategy, Science & Technology Woodside Neil Kavanagh Chief Science and Technology Manager Woodside Tom Ridsdill-Smith Vice President Science University of Western Australia Professor John Challis Pro Vice-Chancellor (Health and Medical Research) University of Western Australia Professor John Dell Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics University of Western Australia Assine George Chief Information Officer WA Energy Research Alliance (ERA) David Agostini Chairman WA Energy Research Alliance (ERA) Kym Bills 11

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