When people agree with me, I always feel I must be wrong.--Ambrose Bierce 

Professor Zomaya consulted on the following topics: computer architecture and embedded systems, Internet solutions and computer networks, scientific computation, operations research, and process control. Overall, his interests lie in the wide area of Information and Communication Technologies and many of its related applications. 

Professor Zomaya has been involved in a number of IT ventures. His general interest in the area of IT has given him the capability in utilizing his background to serve IT-intensive organizations by, for example, critically evaluating and independently examining functional parameters of existing and up-coming computing and communications related technologies (both hardware and software) and even recommending improvements (where appropriate). This also applies to all electronic componentary on board computers from PCs to high performance computers including peripherals. 

Professor Zomaya is able to provide consulting activities and media interviews on the following subjects: 

  Cloud Computing

  Sustainable Computing

  Internet of Things

  Edge and Fog Computing

  Parallel and Distributed Computing

  High Performance Computing & Supercomputing

  Networking and Mobile omputing

  Complex Systems

  Research Policy


Our work in the news(in the last 5 years)


Nov 2017

Sharing resources could result in lower mobile costs. Media Release (https://www.scimex.org/newsfeed/sharing-resources-could-result-in-lower-mobile-costs). Also, appeared as Innovation: How to Reduce Mobile Costs by Sharing Resources (https://womenlovetech.com/how-to-reduce-mobile-costs-by-sharing-resources/).

Nov 2016

China Calls on Cloud Computing Expert. An interview appearing in many sites, for example, Sydney Today (今日悉尼) http://www.sydneytoday.com/content-1612872, ChinaNews, http://www.chinanews.com/cj/2016/11-30/8079659.shtml. Several Chinese and Australian web sites carried this story.

Nov 2016

It's highly unlikely: Cyber experts say it would take a 'sophisticated' hacker to hijack Jarryd Hayne's browsing history. An interview by the Daily Mail (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3915146/Cyber-security-experts-say-s-highly-unlikely-porn-didn-t-come-Jarryd-Hayne-s-phone.html).

Nov 2016

Interview by 2SER Radio station on the topic Could your TV be hacking the Government? DDOS Attacks Explained (http://www.2ser.com/component/k2/item/25688-could-your-tv-be-hacking-the-government-ddos-attacks-explained).

Feb 2016

Qantas to Introduce Sky-Fi But Is Mile High Connection What Aussies Want? An interview by the Huffington Post (http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/2016/02/22/qantas-introduce-wifi-onb_n_9295626.html).

Oct 2015

Google's Internet Helium Balloons Could Soon Connect the World. An interview by the ABC PM Program (http://www.abc.net.au/pm/content/2015/s4341438.htm).


Optimising the Cloud, interview in International Innovation, Issue 183, 2015.

Oct 2014

Sydney Researches Get Grant to Work with UAE Uni on Big Data. An interview in the Australian (http://www.theaustralian.com.au/technology/sydney-researches-get-grant-to-work-with-uae-uni-on-big-data/story-e6frgakx-1227103975747).

June 2014

Keeping the Cloud Clean. An interview in 'news360' (http://phys.org/news/2014-06-cloud.html). Appeared as 'Making Sure the Cloud is Clean and Green' (http://technologydecisions.com.au/content/it-management/article/making-sure-the-cloud-is-clean-and-green-1274002144), June 3, 2014. Appeared as 'IT Industry Urged to Address Environmental Impact of Cloud Computing' (http://www.cio.in/topstory/it-industry-urged-to-address-environmental-impact-of-cloud-computing), June 3, 2014. Appeared as 'Tighter E-waste Controls Needed for Cloud Computing Transition' (http://www.ben-global.com/storyview.asp?storyid=824236636), June 5, 2014. Appeared as 'Cloud Leads to more E-Waste' in 'ICTSustain Review' (http://www.ictsustain.com/test/cloud-leads-to-more-e-waste), June 17, 2014.

April 2013

On-line Habits: What they feed you is all part of the equation. An interview in the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper (http://www.smh.com.au/technology/technology-news/online-habits-what-they-feed-you-is-all-part-of-the-equation-20130413-2hs1v.html). Also, appeared as 'Distorted World View: how computers are doing our thinking for us' (http://www.smh.com.au/technology/technology-news/distorted-world-view-how-computers-are-doing-our-thinking-for-us-20130413-2hs9x.html), April 14, 2013.

Feb 2013

'Australische Software Verlaagt Kosten High Performance Computing'. An Interview in 'Datanews' (http://datanews.knack.be/ict/nieuws/australische-software-verlaagt-kosten-high-performance-computing/article-4000253421353.htm), February 25, 2013.

Feb 2013

'Sydney Uni Seeks HPC Energy Cost Reduction with New Algorithms'. An Interview in 'CIO Magazine' (http://www.cio.com.au/article/454638/sydney_uni_seeks_hpc_energy_cost_reduction_new_algorithms/). Also, appeared in 'Computerworld' (http://www.computerworld.com.au/article/454638/sydney_uni_seeks_hpc_energy_cost_reduction_new_algorithms/), February 25, 2013.

Feb 2013

Ground-breaking Cloud Algorithms to 'cut cost of computing', (http://www.ospero.com/news/ground-breaking-cloud-algorithms-to-cut-cost-of-computing/), February 12, 2013.

Feb 2013

'New cloud algorithms for more efficient computing', (http://www.electronicsnews.com.au/news/new-cloud-algorithms-for-more-efficient-computing), February 11, 2013.




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