Dr Dadong Wang is a Conjoint Associate Professor at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), a Principal Research Scientist & the leader of the CSIRO Quantitative Imaging Research Team, part of the CSIRO Data61. The research team has extensive experience and a track record in developing intelligent end-to-end imaging and image analysis solutions and via collaboration with innovation partners bring them to the market.
Dadong is also an adjunct Professor at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS). Prior to joining the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in 2005, he had worked for two multinational companies for six years, developing large intelligent systems for monitoring and control. His main research interests include image analysis, computer vision, artificial intelligence, signal processing and software engineering. He has been developing automated image analysis solutions for scientific and industrial applications, with the aim of increasing both quality and quantity of information extracted from multi-dimensional image data.
Dadong has published over 100 research papers, book chapters and reports. His research team was awarded CSIRO Divisional Research Achievement Awards in 2013, 2012 and 2010, respectively, and was awarded the Engineering Excellence Award by Engineers Australia Sydney Division in 2009. The team’s InsectScan project was the winner of R&D category of 2014 ACT iAwards. In 2015, the team won merit awards in the R&D category of NSW and Queensland iAwards, respectively, and had three finalist projects in National iAwards. He is a senior member of the IEEE.
Looking for PhD Students - my team is looking for outstanding candidates to carry out research in Image Analysis, Video Analytics, Computer Vision, Deep Learning, Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality. Please send me your CV and your research idea/short proposal if interested.