Dr James Hamlyn-Harris
M Info Tech (Internet Computing), Swinburne, Australia; PhD (Engineering), Uni of Qld, Australia; MAppSc, RMIT, Australia; BAppSc, RMIT, Australia
- Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
- School of Software and Electrical Engineering
- Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering
- EN507a Hawthorn campus
Dr James Hamlyn-Harris is Deputy Chair of the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering in the School of Software and Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology.
His recent qualifications include a Master of IT (Internet Computing) and a Graduate Certificate in eForensics.
He teaches computer programming, embedded systems and internet security and manages the Swinburne Cyber Security Club and Swinburne's teams in the national Cyber Security Challenge Australia. He supervises research into delay-tolerant networks, network security and internet of things.
He is an active participant in community-driven security events such as RuxCon, the Open Web Application Security Project and national and international security competitions such as the US-based Cyber Security Awareness Week Capture-the-flag (CTF) competitions.
Internet of Things; Materials Characterisation; Surface Engineering; Internet security, Computer security
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Coordinating Supervisor.
Available to supervise honours students.
Honours topics and outlines
DTNs for disaster relief zones: Development of protocols and software to facillitate Delay-Tolerant Networks using stationary data nodes (servers) and mobile data mules (clients) for deployoment in disaster areas where no internet infrastruxture exists.
Visualisation of Network Flow Reports: A student will investigate visualisation techniques and customising software to display information obtained from GSM and ISP flow reports. The student will be working under the direction of and industry partner:The output will be a report and customized software that takes as input flow data and displays it in an easily-understandable way
Fields of Research
- Computer System Security - 080303
- Operating Systems - 080307
- Materials Engineering - 091200
Software Security;Network Security
Also published as: Hamlyn-Harris, James; Hamlyn-Harris, J.; Hamlyn-Harris, James H.
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- 2017-09-30: Interview with Robert Beaver on pacemaker security - 6PR Radio
- 2017-09-05: Interview with Tess Connery - 2SER Radio
- 2017-09-05: Three reasons why pacemakers are vulnerable to hacking - The Conversation
- 2016-11-25: The Leak - Channel 31
- 2016-10-04: Why health implants should have open source code - The Conversation
- 2015-03-06: Hackers' kit bag: the tools that terrorise the internet - The Conversation
- 2013-07-02: Ten ways you can avoid being caught in the PRISM net - The Conversation
- 2013-06-28: A password you can swallow? Dont hold your breath - The Conversation
- 2013-04-04: Hacks and hackers with Dr James H Hamlyn-Harris - 2SER Radio
- 2013-04-02: Explainer: What is hacking? - The Conversation
- 2012-03-30: Pay TV-smart card hacking - how easy is it? - The Conversation