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Researcher: Rolf, DP (Dr Daniel Rolf)

Fields of Research

Other information and computing sciences
Sociology and social studies of science and technology
Intelligent robotics
Human information interaction and retrieval
Software engineering
Special vehicles

Research Objectives

Communication
Other information and communication services
Computer, electronic and communication equipment
Communication technologies, systems and services
Media services
Expanding knowledge in the environmental sciences
Fisheries - wild caught
Maritime

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A simple malware test environment; International Journal of Computer and Information Technology
Being Critical About Metaphor; Critical Discourse Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
Challenges in Conducting Research in a Digital Discourse; Conducting Research in a Changing and Challenging World
Gestural navigation in Google Earth; OzChi: Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference
Mixed Realities: Human Interaction Technologies; Technologies for Enhancing Pedagogy, Engagement and Empowerment in Education: Creative Learning-Friendly Environments
The Internet: A Critical Perspective; Critical Discourse Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Perspective

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision

A user demand Reliable Real-Time Dynamic Group communication model in the wireless Newtwork Environments
An Augmented Reality Simulated Sterile Environment for Aseptic Technique Training
An Investigation into the Nationally Funded ICT-related Initiatives in Tasmania- 1996 to 2005
An Investigation of the Role of Participation and Its Effect on Narrative in Young People's Multimodal Storytelling Practices on YouTube
Distributed Computing and Communication in Peer-to-Peer Networks
Gestural Interaction Techniques for Spatio-Temporal Data
Interaction Rules and Their Role in Collaboration Software
Interactive Surface User Interfaces
Knowledge Genesis- Bridging Gaps between Learning and Understanding
Middleware for Agricultural Sensor Networks
Significance of the Web as a Learning Resource in an Australian University Context
The Use of Peer-to-Peer on the Provisioning of Web-Based Resources