Dr Helen Paik
Senior Lecturer

Dr Helen Paik

Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering

My career in computing started with IBM Australia as a junior application programmer in 1998. Although I loved the teamwork environment in industry, I realised my passion was in academia where I can work with students and new ideas. After receiving my PhD degree in Computer Science (in Web data integration) at UNSW in 2004, I spent sometime at QUT, Brisbane at Information Systems School working on business process and workflow management systems before moving back to UNSW in 2005. Currently I am a senior lecturer at the School of  Computer Science and Engineering. Broadly speaking, my background expertise come from areas such as Service-oriented Software Design and Architecture,  Distributed Data and Application Integrations. Recently, the new distributed application platforms namely blockchains and Distributed Ledger Technology have become my main focus of research projects, looking into various application areas such as Distributed Data Analytics and Data Management, Cyber Security/Privacy and Distributed Identity Management.

Phone
+61 2 9348 0382
Location
K17, Computer Science and Engineering Room 501C
  • Journal articles | 2022
    Wang X; Yao L; Wang X; Paik HY; Wang S, 2022, 'Uncertainty Estimation With Neural Processes for Meta-Continual Learning', IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems, vol. PP, pp. 1 - 11, http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TNNLS.2022.3215633
  • Conference Papers | 2021
    Salama U; Chen X; Yao L; Paik HY; Wang X, 2021, 'Deep Multi-view Spatio-Temporal Network for Urban Crime Prediction', in Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), pp. 50 - 61, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-69377-0_5

My Research Supervision

  • Thirasara Ariyarathna, "Privacy and Mobility as a Service Platforms", PhD, started T3 2020 (Joint supervision with Prof. Salil Kanhere and Dr. Qinghua Lu)
  • David Zhang, "Adaptive processes over Blockchain", Masters by Research (Joint supervision with Dr. Sherry Xu)
  • Yashothara Shanmugarasa, “Data analytics and Blockchains”, PhD (Scientia PhD program), started T1, 2020 (Joint supervision with Dr. Liming Zhu and Prof. Salil Kanhere)
  • Zifei Gong, “Transfer Learning for Deep Learning”, Masters by Research, started T2, 2020 (Joint supervision with Dr. Chen Wang) 
  • Sin Kit Lo, “Federated Machine Learning”, started T1/2020 (Joint supervision with Dr. Qinghua Lu) 
  • Su Yen Chia, “Privacy Preserving Software Architectures”, started T3/2019 (Joint supervision with Dr. Sherry Xu)
  • Rahma Bintey Mufiz, “Prescription Monitoring System with Blockchain”, PhD, started T1/2019 (Joint supervision with Prof. Salil Kanhere)
  • Usama Salama, ”IoT Digital Forensics and Security”, PhD, started S2/2016 (Joint supervision with Dr. Lina Yao)