Dr. Daniel Cutting

Computer Scientist

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Trip to Ireland, 2005.
HIT Labs, August 2003.

Cloister is a native Mac OS X application designed to keep track of technical papers you've read. It allows PDF versions of the papers to be stored alongside their BibTeX information and eases the task of generating and maintaining BibTeX databases and citations for your LaTeX documents.

AR phone code. This tarball includes some of the code used to build the AR phone system, in particular the AR server and a simple service that augments images with a GLUT teapot. NB: You will require the AR Toolkit from HIT Labs to build this code.

As of June 2007, I live in London and work at Skinkers, the creators of Livestation. Livestation uses P2P technology to deliver live video and interactive content over the Internet.

In April 2003 I began a Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of Sydney. Under the guidance of my supervisors, Dr. Björn Landfeldt and Dr. Aaron Quigley, and with the support of an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) scholarship and a scholarship from the Smart Internet Technology Cooperative Research Centre (SITCRC), I explored implicit group multicast messaging for Internet-based peer-to-peer systems.

I completed my honours degree in Computer Science at the University of New South Wales in 1998 under the supervision of Prof. Gernot Heiser. My thesis, "Protection Domains and Threads in Mungi", dealt with UNSW's single address space operating system, Mungi.

I have travelled extensively throughout Europe and worked at several web development companies, both in Sydney (F2, Solution 6) and London (Object1, Livestation).

Published

Serendipity reloaded: fair loading in event-based messaging. Co-authored with Aaron Quigley. Handbook of Research on Advanced Distributed Event-Based Systems, Publish/Subscribe and Message Filtering Technologies, IGI Global, 2009. To appear.

SPICE: Scalable P2P Implicit Group Messaging. Co-authored with Aaron Quigley and Björn Landfeldt. Special Issue on Foundations of Peer-to-Peer Computing of Journal of Computer Communications, Elsevier, February, 2008.

Special Interest Messaging: A Comparison of IGM Approaches. Co-authored with Aaron Quigley and Björn Landfeldt. Special Issue on Combining Theory and Systems Building in Ubiquitous/Pervasive Computing of The Computer Journal, Oxford Journals, December, 2007.

Balancing Implicit Group Messaging over Peer-to-Peer Networks. Ph.D. dissertation, June 2007.

Ad Loc: Collaborative Location-based Annotation. Co-authored with Derek J. Corbett. The Journal of the IPSJ, June, 2007.

Ad Loc: Location-based Infrastructure-free Annotation. Co-authored with Derek J. Corbett. ICMU 2006, October 11-13, 2006.

Implicit group messaging over peer-to-peer networks. Co-authored with Björn Landfeldt and Aaron Quigley. P2P2006, September 6-8, 2006.

The long, interesting tail of Indie TV. Co-authored with Björn Landfeldt and Aaron Quigley. Invited paper at CTSB workshop at Pervasive 2006.

Context-based Messaging for Ad Hoc Networks. Co-authored with Derek Corbett and Aaron Quigley. Pervasive 2005, Late Breaking Results.

Middleware in pervasive computing environments. APRU Doctoral Conference at University of Sydney, August 9-13, 2004.

Mapping context to situations in a pervasive computing environment. Co-authored with Aaron Quigley. Published at the First International Workshop on Software Aspects of Context (IWSAC 2004).

Middies: Passive Middleware Abstractions for Pervasive Computing Environments. Co-authored with Adam Hudson and Aaron Quigley. International Conference on Pervasive Services 2004 (ICPS 2004) Poster Session.

BlueStar, a privacy centric location aware system. Co-authored with Belinda Ward, Aaron Quigley, Chris Ottrey and Robert Kummerfeld. Published at Position, Location and Navigation Symposium (IEEE PLANS 2004), April 26-29, 2004 - Monterey, California.

A Demonstration of Mobile Augmented Reality. Co-authored with Adam Hudson, Mark Assad and David J. Carmichael. Published at OZCHI 2003 conference demo section.

AR phone: Accessible Augmented Reality in the Intelligent Environment. Co-authored with Adam Hudson, Mark Assad and David J. Carmichael. Published at OZCHI 2003 conference short paper section.

Identity Management in Context-Aware Intelligent Environments. Submitted to UbiComp 2003 doctoral colloquium with biography. Published in the UbiComp 2003 Adjunct Proceedings.

Professional

Member of the IEEE and IEEE Computing Society.

Reviewer for IEEE Communications Magazine.

Reviewer for P2P 2007.

Reviewer for Computer Communications 2007.

Reviewer for VTC 2006.

Reviewer for WCNC 2006.

Reviewer for GLOBECOM 2005.

Reviewer for ICPS 2004.

Reviewer for ICON 2003.

Pontificating

Multicasting to implicit P2P groups. Co-authored with Björn Landfeldt and Aaron Quigley.

Implicit group messaging in peer-to-peer networks. (Technical Report 583.) Co-authored with Björn Landfeldt and Aaron Quigley.

FlavourCast: Context-based Messaging for Ad Hoc Networks. (Technical Report 570.) Co-authored with Derek Corbett and Aaron Quigley.

Resilient, Unified, Shared Spaces In Ad hoc Networks. (Technical Report 590.) Co-authored with Aaron Quigley.

Literature review. First year review in February 2004.

Adhocracy: Location-based, Ad Hoc Information Storage. Submitted to UbiComp 2003 location workshop.

Protection Domains and Threads in Mungi. Submitted for honours at UNSW in 1998.

Presentations

Ad Loc: Location-based Infrastructure-free Annotation. Presented to School of Computer Science and Informatics at University College Dublin on 16th October 2006.

Implicit group messaging in peer-to-peer networks. Presented to School of I.T. at University of Sydney on 28th April 2006.

Implicit group messaging in peer-to-peer networks. Presented to School of I.T. at University of Sydney on 30th November 2005.

Context-based Mesaging for Ad Hoc Networks. Poster presented at Pervasive 2005 on 9th May 2005.

FlavourCast: Context-based messaging for ad hoc networks. Presented to School of I.T. at University of Sydney on 15th December 2004.

Middies poster presentation. Presented at poster session at ICPS 2004 on 20th July 2004.

Mapping context to situations. Presented at IWSAC at ICPS 2004 on 19th July 2004.

First year review. Presented at School of I.T. at University of Sydney on 17th March 2004.

AR phone. Presented at HIT Labs, New Zealand on 14th August 2003.

Nymity (and other made up words). Presented to School of I.T. at University of Sydney on 30th July 2003.

Motorola Introduction. Presented at Motorola Labs Australia in May 2003.