Large scalesimulation of complex events. This includes the simulation of risk incommunities including disease and terrorist activity.
PhD with University of Wollongong
Experiencein Professional Practice / Previous Industry Appointments
Director/Headof R&D: Freenet Corp.
ProfessionalContributions to Educational Development
Subject development: Activein curriculum development for both Bachelor and Master degrees.
Member of SEC, UEC,SCDC, Academic Senate
Most recent 5 publications
R.Brown, A. Piper, I. Piper; “Towards Intelligent Requirements”. InternationalJournal of Intelligent Information Technologies 01/2015; 11(1):1-11.DOI: 10.4018/ijiit.2015010101
D.Keep, I. Piper, A. Green; “Benefits of Generalised Microsimulation” In Q. Bai,F. Ren, M. Zhang, T. Ito & X. Tang (Eds.), Smart Modeling and Simulationfor Complex Systems (pp. 15-27). Berlin: Springer.
D. Keep, I. Piper, A. Green; “An Investigation of theEffectiveness of Interdiction Regimes against Terrorist Attacks in an UrbanTransport Hub” MODSIM proceedings, Adelaide 2013
A.Green, I. Piper, D. Keep; “Microsimulation Study of the Release of PneumonicPlague and Smallpox on a Synthetic Civilian Population”MODSIM proceedings, Adelaide 2013
D. Keep, I. Piper, A. Green; “Benefits of GeneralisedMicrosimulation” SSMCS proceedings, Beijing 2013
Professional Development Activity