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Katina Michael is a professor in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society and School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering at Arizona State University.

Previously Michael was associate dean international at the University of Wollongong (UOW), Australia, where she was employed in the School of Computing and Information Technology since 2002. She has held visiting academic appointments at Nanjing University (China) and the University of Southampton (U.K.) and has taught at the Singapore Institute of Management, as well as overseeing UOW engineering and information science courses in eight campuses in five countries.

She was previously employed as a senior network engineer at Nortel Networks (1996–2001). She has also worked as a systems analyst at Andersen Consulting (1996) and OTIS Elevator Company (1994).

Michael has published six edited books, as well as coauthored two 500-page reference volumes: "Innovative Automatic Identification and Location Based Services: from Bar Codes to Chip Implants," co-authored with MG Michael (Hershey, PA: IGI, 2009), and "Uberveillance: Social Implications" (Hershey, PA: IGI, 2014), co-edited with MG Michael. She has written more than 200 peer-reviewed papers.

She researches predominantly in the area of emerging technologies, and has secondary interests in technologies used for national security and their corresponding social implications.

Katina has been the guest editor of fourteen special issues including the Proceedings of the IEEE, Computer, IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, IEEE Potentials, Journal of Location-Based Services, Computer Communications, Electronic Commerce Research, and Prometheus. She was the editor-in-chief of the IEEE Technology and Society Magazine (2012-2017), and has been senior editor for IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine since 2015.

In 2017, Michael was awarded the Brian M. O’Connell Distinguished Service Award from the Society for the Social Implications of Technology. She is the founding editor-in-chief of the IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society, which will be launched in 2020.

Education
  • Ph.D. School of Information Technology & Computer Science, University of Wollongong, Australia
  • Master's degree. Transnational Crime Prevention (Distinction), Faculty of Law, University of Wollongong, Australia
  • Bachelor's degree. Information Technology, School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Images
Katina Michael with an eye on the future

A transhuman future?

This image depicts the potential for a transhuman existence, and is symbolic of digital watching. Will we continue to enhance our human functions? In this instance possibly by wearing an electronic contact lens to watch the internet and surveil with one eye, and see the natural world with the other eye?
Katina Michael at ACCAN

Connected Lives Panel

Why is it when we require technology, it is not there for us; and why is it when we don't have a need for it, it is glaring at us in the face? I am all for Internet of Things-like devices for the disabled, for example for voice-activated environments, but I am more circumspect about the use value of IOT in everyday life.
Tathra Artwork Dec 2015

Unintended Consequences of Technology

I asked 100 people what they thought the unintended consequence of technology were- one participant said "racism". She was a nurse by training working in the Northern Territory of Australia. Others said: "big brother world", "disconnected lives", "violence", "zombie", "pollution", "death"...
Uberveillance

Katina and MG Michael publish first monograph

Innovative Automatic and Location-Based Services: from Bar Codes to Chip Implants was published in 2009. The book introduces new concepts into the literature including homo electricus, electrophorus, and uberveillance and showcases biometrics and implants among other technologies.
IQ2 Debate

Are we being enslaved by technology?

Are we being enslaved by technology? This IQ2 debate incisevely explored the pros and cons of technology in everyday life. The Australian audience was split almost 50 | 50 at a packed house at the City Recital Hall in Sydney. What do you believe?
The Social Implications of Bionics

Australian Academy of Science

Are we destined to a life of upgrades? Is the human body, bit by bit to be replaced with mechanical parts? Are we headed toward a cyborgian future without brakes? Are we committed to the transhumanist myth as a path to immortality?
Microchipping People: Social Implications

TEDxUWollongong: Nanobionics

What are the social implications of microchipping people? This TEDx talk based on first person interviews provides three scenarios touching on the hopes, the hype and the negative impacts of implantable technologies. Act 1: the kid. Act 2: the entrepreneur. Act 3: the mentally ill patient.
Apple vs FBI

Dangerous Ideas at the Opera House

The Apple v FBI case caused a great deal of controversy. It signified the end of Apple's so-called impenetrable encryption on its proprietary iOS. What really happened behind the scenes? Did the FBI go too far in purportedly asking Cellebrite to hack into the Apple iPhone? What about citizen rights?
Smartphone Addiction

Lateline

Is there such a thing as smartphone addiction? While the South Koreans have developed a "proneness" to smartphone addiction scale, the Norwegians have defined a Facebook Addiction Scale. What are the symptoms and how do we know if someone is suffering from screen overload? Can we self-regulate our practices?
Facebook-Cambridge Analytica Scandal

The Project

The Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal was a tipping point for consumers across the world. What went wrong? What is the price of privacy and security? Should third parties have access to personal information? Can blockchain overcome data harvesting? How? And what about consumer trust in our largest ICT corporations?
The Internet of Us

Australian Communications & Media Authority

The Internet of Us entails a narrative that places every living and non-living thing in a network. The end-user has long been held as the most important node in an architectural design. So where are we headed in this Fourth Age? Future humancentric implantable devices to provide an uberveillant context?
The Pros and Cons of Non-medical Implantable Technologies

IEEE Sections Congress

What are the pros and cons of non-medical implantable technologies? How will body area network standards pervade in the future with black-box style recorders in the body to herald in an age of uberveillance. Non-transferable, embedded and secure. Really?
Videos
Audio
Assistance and Access Amendment in Australia
The Sustainability Report: Katina Michael
Veillance.me
My Health Record - Social Implications
Biometrics and Human Rights
Location-based Social Networking
Your SchoolKids and Uberveillance
Research Interests

Michael is a professor in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society and the School of Computing, Informatics & Decision Systems Engineering. She studies the ethical, legal and social implications of emerging technologies, with a focus on implantable devices for medical and non-medical applications. The recipient of the Brian M. O’Connell Distinguished Service Award for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' Society on the Social Implications of Technology, she's editing a special issue on "Machine Ethics: The Design and Governance of Ethical AI and Autonomous Systems" for Proceedings of the IEEE. She is the inaugural editor-in-chief of the IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society. Her research interests include: 

Emerging Technologies

  • Emerging Technologies, Innovation, Informatics, Technology and Society, Policy and Society, Human Values
  • Ubiquitous Computing, Digital Media, Wearable Computing, Embedded Devices, Big Data, Open Data, Drones
  • Automatic Identification, ePayment, Location-Based Services, Uberveillance, Proacting Profiling, Social Sorting
  • Barcodes, Magnetic-stripe Cards, Smart Cards, Biometrics, Radio-frequency ID, IOT, Implants, Nanotechnology
  • Artificial Intelligence, Automated Facial Recognition, Machine Ethics, Robotics, Automation, Driverless Cars

Privacy, Security, Trust and Control

  • Privacy, Information Privacy, Location Privacy, Bodily Privacy, Trust, Surveillance, Sousveillance, Uberveillance
  • Location-based Services, Location-based Social Networking, Social Media, Geographic Information Systems
  • Cybersecurity, Information Security, Policing, Biometrics, DNA, Profiles, Cellular, Human Rights, Consent, Cloud

Public Interest Technology

  • Global Positioning Systems, Open Maps, Assistive Technologies, Privacy-Enhancing Technologies, Blockchain
  • Smartphone Addiction, Social Media Addiction, Media Literacy, Screen Time, Overload, Detoxification
  • Social Media Monitoring Applications, "At Risk" Analytics, Mobile Alerts for Dementia Wandering and Kids

Social Responsibility and Accountability

  • Social Implications, Corporate Social Responsibility, Workers, Access, Records Management, Auditing, Ethics
  • Life, Digital Life, Death, Suicide, Right to Know, Right to be Forgotten, Cyberbullying, Trolling, Harm
  • Company Policies, Privacy Policies, Terms and Conditions, Agreements, Acceptable Use of IT, Liability

National Security, Emergency Management, Critical Infrastructure and Risk

  • National Security, Public Safety, Emergency Management, Early-Warning Systems, All-Hazards, Risk
  • Privacy Act, Surveillance Devices Act, Criminal Codes, Telecommunications Interception, Intelligence Agencies
  • Critical Infrastructure, Exposure, Complex Systems, Technology Systems, Interdependent Systems, Vulnerability

Biotechnology, Prosthesis and Non-Medical Applications

  • Bioethics, Health Information Technology, Persuasive Tech, Medical Diagnostic Devices, Law and Neuroscience
  • Biosensors, Point-of-care Technologies and Sensing Systems, Drug Delivery, Targeted Drug Delivery Systems
  • Biotechnology, Deep-Brain Stimulation, Vagus Nerve Stimulation, Patient Advocacy, Side-Effects, Dependability
  • Brain-to-Computer Interfaces, Disability, Command and Control, Entertainment Services, Memory Enhancement

Regulation, Policy, the Law

  • Law and Society, Transborder Flows, Treaties, Public Policy, International Law, Laws and Acts
  • Soft Law, Standards, Government Regulation, Co-Regulation, Industry Guidelines, Codes, Self-Regulation
  • Biomedical Innovation Process, Food & Drug Administration, Therapeutics Goods Adminisration, Certification
  • NGOs, Not-for-Profits, Australian Privacy Foundation, ACLU, Advocacy, Activism, Engineering Ethics

Methodologies, Methods, Theories and Frameworks

  • Scenario-based Inquiry, Narrative, Storytelling, Cases, Interviews, Content and Thematic Analysis, Surveys
  • Ethnography, Participant Observer, Field Observations, Quasi-Experimental, Data Analytics, Impact Assessment
  • Evolutionary Economics, Systems of Innovation, Diffusion of Innovation, Stakeholder Analysis, Value Chains
  • Socio-Technical Systems, Social Informatics, Precautionary Principles, Policy Analysis, Actor-Network Theory
  • Socio-Ethics, Responsible Research & Innovation, Ethical, Legal and Social Implications, Values-Driven Design 

Leadership, Values & Authenticity

  • Authenticity, Reality, Distributive Leadership, Empowerment, Women, Inclusivity, Voice, Justice, Challenges
  • Culture, Belief Systems, Religion, Spirituality, Faith, Christian Ethics, Values, Ethical Alignment, Decision-Making
  • Futures, Predictions, Technological Trajectories, Technological Forecasting, Consequences, Vision, Humans 
Research Group

Katina is the Director of the forthcoming Centre for Engineering, Policy and Society in the proposed Institute for the Future of Innovation in Society. The core team includes:

  • Emma Frow
  • Laura Hosman
  • Faheem Hussain
  • Darshan Karwat
  • Kirk Jalbert
  • Thaddeus Miller
  • Rebecca Monteleone

 

At the University of Wollongong

  • Centre for Persuasive Technology & Society, Member (2016- present) directed by Prof Khin Win Than
  • 'The Centre for Health Initiatives, Member (2013-2016) directed by Prof Sandra Jones
  • The Institute for Innovation in Business and Social Research, Member (2009-2012) directed by Prof Dolnicar
  • IP Location-Based Services Research Group (collaboration with Andrew Corporation), Director (2004-2009) and co-directed by the late Dr Martin Dawson
  • Centre for Business Services Science, Member (2002-2009) directed by Prof Tim Coltman
Publications

Guest Edited (Special Issues)

  1. Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation (2006), Volume 24, Issue 4: The Social Implications of National Security, Edited by Katina Michael and M.G. Michael.
  2. Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research (2008), Volume 3, Issue 1: RFID and Supply Chain Management, Edited by Tim Coltman, Rajit Gadh, and Katina Michael.
  3. Computer Communications (2008), Volume 31, Issue 6: Advanced Location-Based Services, Edited by Miguel A. Labrador, Katina Michael and Axel Küpper.
  4. IEEE Technology & Society Magazine (2010), Volume 29, Number 2: Uberveillance, Edited by Katina Michael and M.G. Michael.
  5. Proceedings of the IEEE (2010) – Volume 98, Number 9: RFID- A Unique Radio Innovation for the 21st Century, Edited by Rajit Gadh, George Roussos, Katina Michael and George Huang.
  6. Journal of Cases in IT (2011), Volume 13, Number 2, The Social Implications of Emerging Technologies, Edited by Katina Michael, M.G. Michael and Roba Abbas.
  7. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine (2011), Volume 30, Issue 2: The Social Implications of Emerging Technologies, Edited by Katina Michael and M.G. Michael.
  8. Journal of Location-Based Services (2011), Volume 5, Issue 3-4: The social and behavioural implications of location-based services, Edited by Katina Michael and M.G. Michael.
  9. Computer (2012), Volume 46, Number 6, Big Data: Opportunities and Challenges, Edited by Katina Michael and Keith Miller.
  10. Electronic Commerce Research (2013), Volume 13, Issue 2, Service-Based Electronic Commerce Systems, Edited by Shiguo Lian, Xi Chen, and Katina Michael.
  11. IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine (2015), Volume 4, Number 2, Little Brother is Watching, Edited by Katina Michael.
  12. IEEE Potentials (2016), Volume 35, Number 5, Unintended Consequences, Edited by Ramona Pringle, Katina Michael and M.G. Michael.
  13. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine (2018), Volume 37, Issue 1, Robots and Socio-Ethical Implications, Edited by Katina Michael, Diana Bowman, Meg Leta Jones, Ramona Pringle.
  14. IEEE Robotics and Automation (2018), Volume 25, Number 1, Socioethical Approaches to Robotics Development, Edited by Noel Sharkey, Aimee van Wynsberghe, John C. Havens, Katina Michael.
  15. Proceedings of the IEEE (2018), Volume 106, number 10, Machine Ethics: The Design and Governance of Ethical AI and Autonomous Systems, Alan Winfield, Katina Michael, Jeremy Pitt, Vanessa Evers (pending completion and publication).

Books

  1. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael, Eds. (2006). The Social Implications of Information Security Measures on Citizens and Business. Wollongong, University of Wollongong, 265pp.
  2. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael, Eds. (2007). From Dataveillance to Uberveillance and the Realpolitik of the Transparent Society. Wollongong, University of Wollongong, 306pp.
  3. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael, Eds. (2008). Australia and the New Technologies: Towards Evidence Based Policy in Public Administration. Wollongong, University of Wollongong, 275pp.
  4. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2009). Innovative Automatic Identification and Location-Based Services: From Bar Codes to Chip Implants. Hershey, PA, Information Science Reference, 514pp.
  5. Michael, K. (2009). The Implications of the European Court of Human Rights’ Ruling Against the UK’s Policy of Keeping Fingerprints and DNA Profiles and Samples of Innocents. Masters Thesis. Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention. University of Wollongong, 195pp.
  6. Bronitt, S., Harfield, C., and Michael, K., Eds. (2010). The Social Implications of Covert Policing. Wollongong, University of Wollongong.
  7. Michael, K., Ed. (2010). Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society: Social Implications of Emerging Technologies, IEEE SSIT. ISBN: 978424477753, 42pp.
  8. Michael, M. G. and K. Michael, Eds. (2013). Uberveillance and the Social Implications of Microchip Implants: Emerging Technologies. Hershey: PA, IGI Global, 465pp.
  9. Michael, K. Ed. (2013). Social Implications of Wearable Computers and Augmediated Reality in Everyday Life. IEEE SSIT. ISBN: 9781479909292, 132pp.
  10. Kallistos Ware, (with M.G. Michael and Katina Michael) (2016). Religion, Science and Technology (Technology and Society Studies Vol. 1), University of Wollongong, M&K Press. 36pp.

Book chapters

  1. Michael, K. (2003). The Adoption of E-Commerce by Microbusiness. Internet Commerce: Digital Models for Business. E. Lawrence and J. Lawrence. Sydney, John Wiley & Sons: 99-102.
  2. Michael, K. (2003). The Automatic Identification Trajectory. Internet Commerce: Digital Models for Business. E. Lawrence and J. Lawrence. Sydney, John Wiley & Sons: 131-4.
  3. Michael, K. (2003). The Battle Against Security Attacks. Internet Commerce: Digital Models for Business. E. Lawrence and J. Lawrence. Sydney, John Wiley & Sons: 156-9.
  4. Michael, K. (2003). Integrating Islands of Information through CRM. Internet Commerce: Digital Models for Business. E. Lawrence and J. Lawrence. Sydney, John Wiley & Sons: 176-9.
  5. Michael, K. (2003). The Online Privacy Frontier. Internet Commerce: Digital Models for Business. E. Lawrence and J. Lawrence. Sydney, John Wiley & Sons: 259-62.
  6. Michael, K. (2003). The Rise of the Wireless Internet. Internet Commerce: Digital Models for Business. E. Lawrence and J. Lawrence. Sydney, John Wiley & Sons: 291-4.
  7. Michael, K. (2003). Trends in the Selection of Automatic Identification Technology in Electronic Commerce Applications. Building Society through E-Commerce: e-Government, e-Business and e-Learning. N. Cerpa and P. Bro. Talca, Chile, University of Talca: 135-52.
  8. Toshack, A.* and K. Michael (2003). Barunga Music Online. Internet Commerce: Digital Models for Business. E. Lawrence and J. Lawrence. Sydney, John Wiley & Sons: 76-80.
  9. Michael, K. (2003). The Importance of Conducting Geodemographic Market Analysis on Coastal Areas: A Pilot Study Using Kiama Council. Coastal GIS. C. D. Woodroffe and R. A. Furness. Wollongong, Australia, Centre for Maritime Policy: 481-96.
  10. Michael, K. (2004). Location-Based Services: a Vehicle for IT&T Convergence. Advances in E-Engineering and Digital Enterprise Technology. K. Cheng, D. Webb and R. Marsh. Leeds, United Kingdom, Professional Engineering Publishing: 467-77.
  11. Michael, K. and L. Dunn (2006). The Use of Information and Communication Technology for the Preservation of Aboriginal Culture: the Badimaya People of Western Australia. Information Technology and Indigenous People. L. E. Dyson, M. Hendriks and S. Grant. Hershey, PA, IGI Global: 170-4.
  12. Michael, K. and A. Masters* (2006). The Advancement of Positioning Technologies in Defense Intelligence. Applications of Information Systems to Homeland Security and Defense. H. Abbass and D. Essam. Hershey, PA, Idea Group: 196-220.
  13. Michael, K. and A. Masters* (2006). Realised Applications of Positioning Technologies in Defense Intelligence. Applications of Information Systems to Homeland Security and Defense. H. Abbass and D. Essam. Hershey, PA, Idea Group: 167-95.
  14. Michael, K., B. Stroh,* et al.*** (2006). The AVIAN Flu Tracker- a Location Service Proof of Concept. Recent Advances in Security Technology 2006. In: P. Mendis, J. Lai and E. Dawson. Canberra, Australian Homeland Security Research Centre: 244-58.
  15. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2007). Homo Electricus and the Continue Speciation of Humans. Information Ethics and Security. M. Quigley. Hershey, PA, Information Science Reference: 312-8.
  16. Aloudat, A.,* K. Michael, et al. (2007). Location-Based Services in Emergency Management- from Government to Citizens: Global Case Studies. Recent Advances in Security Technology. In: P. Mendis, J. Lai and E. Dawson. Melbourne, Australian Homeland Security Research Centre: 190-201.
  17. Michael, K. and G. Rose (2007). Human Tracking Technology in Mutual Legal Assistance and Police Inter-state Cooperation in International Crimes. In: K. Michael and M.G. Michael. From Dataveillance to Uberveillance and the Realpolitik of the Transparent Society. Wollongong, University of Wollongong: 241-56.
  18. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2008). What is Evidence-Based Policy (EBP)? Australia and the New Technologies: Towards Evidence Based Policy in Public Administration. K. Michael and M. G. Michael. Wollongong, University of Wollongong: 11-6.
  19. Wamba, S. F. and K. Michael (2008). An Information Systems Design Theory for an RFID University-Based Laboratory. In: Dennis N. Hart and Shirley Gregor, Information Systems Foundations: The Role of Design Science, Canberra: 233-254, ANU Australia.
  20. Abbas, R., K. Michael, et al. (2010). Demonstrating the Potential for Covert Policing in the Community: Five Stakeholder Scenarios. The Social Implications of Covert Policing. S. Bronitt, C. Harfield and K. Michael. Wollongong, NSW, Australia, University of Wollongong: 89-104.
  21. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2012). Implementing 'Namebers' using microchip implants: the black box beneath the skin. This Pervasive Day: The Potential and Perils of Pervasive Computing. J. Pitt. London, Imperial College London: 163-206.
  22. Michael, K. (2012). The road from S and Marper to the Prum Treaty and the implications on human rights. Cross-Border Law Enforcement: Regional Law Enforcement Cooperation - European, Australian and Asia-Pacific Perspectives S. Hufnagel, C. Harfield and S. Bronitt. London, Routledge: 243-258.
  23. Michael, K. Michael, M. G. (2012). Sousveillance and the Social Implications of Point of View Technologies in the Law Enforcement Sector. The Social Implications of National Security, Sydney University, Australia, University of Wollongong
  24. Michael, K., M. G. Michael, et al. (2014). Be Vigilant: There are Limits to Veillance. The Computer After Me. In J. Pitt. London, Imperial College Press.
  25. Abbas R., Michael K., Michael M.G. (2015). Location-Based Privacy, Protection, Safety, and Security. In: Zeadally S., Badra M. (eds) Privacy in a Digital, Networked World. Computer Communications and Networks. Springer, Cham.
  26. Dan De Filippi and Katina Michael. (2017). Credit Card Fraud: Behind the Scenes. In Shadi A. Aljawarneh, Online Banking Security Measures and Data Protection, IGI Global, pp. 263-282.
  27. Roba Abbas, Katina Michael, M.G. Michael (2017). What can people do with your spatial data: Socio-ethical Scenarios. in Andrew Marrington, Don Kerr, and John Gammack, Managing Security Issues and the Hidden Dangers of Wearable Technologies, IGI Global, pp. 209-237.
  28. Katina Michael, Deniz Gokyer, Samer Abbas, 2017. Societal Implications of Wearable Technology: Interpreting “Trialability on the Run”. In Andrew Marrington, Don Kerr, and John Gammack, Managing Security Issues and the Hidden Dangers of Wearable Technologies, IGI Global, pp. 238-266.
  29. Katina Michael, M.G. Michael, Christine Perakslis, Roba Abbas, Anas Aloudat. Uberveillance and the Rise of Last-Mile Implantables: Past, Present and Future. In Isabel Pedersen and Andrew Illiadis, Embodied Technology: Wearables, Implantables, Embeddables, Ingestibles. MIT Press, pp. 1-50 (*second round review).

Refereed Articles (Peer Reviewed)

  1. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2005). "Microchipping People: The Rise of the Electrophorus." Quadrant 49(3): 22-33.
  2. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2006). "Historical Lessons on ID Technology and the Consequences of an Unchecked Trajectory." Prometheus 24(4): 365-77.
  3. Michael, M. G. and K. Michael (2006). "National Security: The Social Implications of the Politics of Transparency." Prometheus 24(4): 359-64.
  4. Masters, A.* and K. Michael (2007). "Lend Me Your Arms: the Use and Implications of Humancentric RFID." Electronic Commerce Research and Applications 6(1): 29-39.
  5. Michael, K. (2007). "Knowledge Sharing and Organisational Change in a Leading Telecommunications Equipment Vendor: A Case Study on Southern Networks." Journal of Cases on Information Technology 9(3): 50-70.
  6. Perusco, L.* and K. Michael (2007). "Control, Trust, Privacy and Security: Evaluating Location-Based Services." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 26(1): 4-16.
  7. Michael, M. G., S. J. Fusco,* et al. (2008). "A Research Note on Ethics in the Emerging Age of Uberveillance." Computer Communications 31(6): 1191-9.
  8. Hamilton, D.,* K. Michael, et al. (2009). "Overcoming Visibility Issues in a Small-to-Medium Retailer Using Automatic Identification and Data Capture Technology: An Evolutionary Approach." International Journal of E-Business Research 5.
  9. Michael, M. G. and K. Michael (2009). "Uberveillance: Microchipping People and the Assault on Privacy." Quadrant 53(3): 85-9.
  10. Renegar, B. D.* and K. Michael (2009). "The privacy-value-control harmonization for RFID adoption in retail." IBM Journal of Research and Development 53(2): 8:1-8:14.
  11. Michael, M. G. and K. Michael (2010). "Towards a State of Uberveillance." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 29(2): 9-16.
  12. Michael, K., G. Roussos, et al. (2010). "Planetary-scale RFID Services in an Age of Uberveillance." Proceedings of the IEEE 98(9): 1663-1671.
  13. Ben Paechter, Jeremy Pitt, Nikola Serbedzija, Katina Michael, Jennifer Willies, and Ingi Helgason (2011). “Heaven and Hell: Visions for Pervasive Adaptation.” Procedia Computer Science, 7 (2011): 81-81.
  14. Aloudat, A.,* K. Michael, et al. (2011). "Recommendations for Australia’s Implementation of the National Emergency Warning System Using Location-Based Services." Journal of Ubiquitous Systems & Pervasive Networks 3(1/2): 1-8.
  15. Aloudat, A.* and K. Michael (2011). "Toward the regulation of ubiquitous mobile government: a case study on location-based emergency services in Australia." Electronic Commerce Research 11(1): 31-74.
  16. Abbas, R., K. Michael, et al. (2011). "Emerging Forms of Covert Surveillance Using GPS-Enabled Devices." Journal of Cases on Information Technology 13(2): 19-33.
  17. Michael, M. G. and K. Michael (2011). "The Fall-Out from Emerging Technologies: on Matters of Surveillance, Social Networks and Suicide." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 30(3): 15-18.
  18. Stephan, K. D., K. Michael, et al. (2012). "Social Implications of Technology: Past, Present, and Future." Proceedings of the IEEE 100(13): 1752-1781.
  19. Chen, X. and K. Michael (2012). "Privacy Issues and Solutions in Social Network Sites." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 31(4): 43-53.
  20. Fusco, S. J.,* R. Abbas,* et al. (2012). "Location-based social networking: impact on trust in relationships." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 31(2): 39-50.
  21. Aloudat, A.,* K. Michael (2012). "The Value of Government Mandated Location-Based Services in Emergencies in Australia." Journal of Information Technology Research 4(4): 41-68.
  22. Achille, R., C. Perakslis, Michael, K. (2012). "Ethical Issues to consider for Microchip Implants in Humans." Ethics in Biology, Engineering and Medicine 3(1): 77-91.
  23. Fusco, S. J.,* R. Abbas,*, Michael, K., Aloudat, A. (2012). "Location-Based Social Networking and its Impact on Trust in Relationships." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 31(2).
  24. Michael, K. and R. Clarke (2013). "Location and Tracking of Mobile Devices: Überveillance Stalks the Streets." Computer Law and Security Review 29(2): 216-228.
  25. Xu, F., K. Michael, et al. (2013). "Factors affecting privacy disclosure on social network sites: an integrated model." Electronic Commerce Research 13(2): 151-168.
  26. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2013). "The Future Prospects of Embedded Microchips in Humans as Unique Identifiers: The Risks versus the Rewards" Media, Culture & Society 35(1): 78-86.
  27. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2013). "No Limits to Watching?" Communications of the ACM 56(11): 26-28.
  28. Aloudat, A. and K. Michael (2013). "Towards a Conceptual Model of User Acceptance of Location-Based Emergency Services." International Journal of Ambient Computing and Intelligence 5(2): 17-34.
  29. Abbas, R., K. Michael, et al. (2013). "Sketching and validating the location-based services regulatory framework in Australia." Computer Security Law Review 29(5): 576-589.
  30. Abbas, R.,* K. Michael, et al. (2014). "The Regulatory Considerations and Ethical Dilemmas of Location-Based Services (LBS): A Literature Review." Information Technology & People 27(1): 2-20.
  31. Aloudat, A., K. Michael, et al. (2014). "Social Acceptance of Location-Based Mobile Government Services for Emergency Management." Telematics and Informatics: An Interdisciplinary Journal on the Social Impacts of New Technologies 31(1): 153-171.
  32. Michael, M., K. Michael, et al. (2015). "Uberveillance, the Web of Things, and People: What is the culmination of all this surveillance?" IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine 4(2): 107-113.
  33. Abbas, R.*, K. Michael, et al. (2015). "Using a Social-Ethical Framework to Evaluate Location-Based Services in an Internet of Things World." International Review of Information Ethics 22(12): 42-73.
  34. Greg Adamson, Ronald R. Kline, Katina Michael, M. G. Michael, "Wiener's Cybernetics Legacy and the Growing Need for the Interdisciplinary Approach", Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 103, No. 11, pp. 2208 - 2214, Nov. 2015.
  35. Gokyer, D. & Michael, K. (2015). “Digital wearability scenarios: trialability on the run”. IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 4 (2), 82-91.
  36. Abbas, R., Michael, K., Michael, M. & Nicholls, R. (2015). “Key government agency perspectives on location based services regulation”. Computer Law and Security Review, 31 (6), 736-748.
  37. McIntyre, L., Michael, K. & Albrecht, K. (2015). “RFID: Helpful new technology or threat to privacy and civil liberties?”. IEEE Potentials, 34 (5), 13-18.
  38. Katina Michael, Alexander Hayes, (2015). High-Tech Child's Play in the Cloud: Be safe and aware of the difference between virtual and real, IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 5(1): 123 -128.
  39. Ramona Pringle, Katina Michael and M. G. Michael, “Unintended Consequences: The Paradox of Technological Potential”, IEEE Potentials, 35(5), 2016, pp. 7-10.
  40. Christine Perakslis, Katina Michael and M. G. Michael, “The Converging Veillances: Border Crossings in an Interconnected World”, IEEE Potentials, 35(5), 2016, pp. 23-25.
  41. Bradley-Munn, S. R. & Michael, K. (2016). “Whose body is it? the body as physical capital in a techno-society”. IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 5 (3), 107-114.
  42. Aloudat, A., Michael, K. & Abbas, R. (2016). “The implications of iris-recognition technologies”. IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 5 (3), 95-102.
  43. Ferenbok, J., Mann, S. & Michael, K. (2016). “The changing ethics of mediated looking: wearables, veillances, and power”. IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 5 (2), 94-102.
  44. Michael, K., Love, H. & Wajcman, J. (2017). “Speaking Out Against Socially Destructive Technologies: Norbert Wiener and the Call for Ethical Engagement”. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 36 (2), 13-26.
  45. Katina Michael, (2017). "Implantable Medical Device Tells All: Uberveillance Gets to the Heart of the Matter", IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 6(4): 107 – 115.
  46. Robertson, L. J., Michael, K. & Munoz, A. (2017). “Assessing technology system contributions to urban dweller vulnerabilities”. IEEE Technology in Society, 50: (83-92).
  47. Michael, K., Aloudat, A., Michael, M. G. & Perakslis, C. (2017). “You Want to Do What with RFID? Perceptions of radio-frequency identification implants for employee identification in the workplace.” IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 6 (3): 111-117.
  48. R.I. Ogie, P. Perez, K.T. Win, K. Michael, 2018, “Managing hydrological infrastructure assets for improved floodcontrol in coastal mega-cities of developing nations”, Urban Climate, 24, pp. 763-777.

Editorials in Refereed Journals

  1. Coltman, T., R. Gadh, et al. (2008). "RFID and Supply Chain Management: Introduction to the Special Issue." Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research 3(1): iii-vi.
  2. Labrador, M. A., K. Michael, et al. (2008). "Advanced Location Based Services." Computer Communications 31(6): 1053-4.
  3. Gadh, R., G. Roussos, et al.* (2010). "RFID - A Unique Radio Innovation for the 21st Century." Proceedings of the IEEE 98(9): 1546-1549.
  4. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2011). "The Social and Behavioral Implications of Location-Based Services." Journal of Location-Based Services 5(3-4): 121-137.
  5. Michael, K., M. G. Michael, et al.* (2011). "The Importance of Scenarios in the Prediction of the Social Implications of Emerging Technologies and Services." Journal of Cases on Information Technology (JCIT) 13(2): i-vii.
  6. Michael, K. (2011). The IEEE Symposium on Technology and Society 2010 (7-10 June): The Social Implications of Emerging Technologies, [Event Report] Journal of Cases on Information Technology (JCIT).
  7. Michael, M. G. and K. Michael (2012). "Privacy- The Times They Are A-Changin." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 31(4): 20-21.
  8. Michael, K. and S. Bronitt (2012). "Human Rights, Regulation, and National Security." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 31(1): 15-16.
  9. Michael, K. (2012). "Social Implications of Technology- “Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo” IEEE Technology & Society Magazine 31(3): 4-5.
  10. Michael, K. (2012). "You talkin' to me?" IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 31(1): 5-10.
  11. Michael, K. (2012). "The idio-technopolis." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 31(2).
  12. Michael, K. (2012). "IEEE T&S Magazine: Undergoing Transformation." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 31(4): 5-6.
  13. Robertson, L.* and K. Michael (2013). "Risk, Complexity and Sustainability." IEEE Technology & Society Magazine 32(2): 12.
  14. Michael, K. and K. W. Miller (2013). "Big Data: New Opportunities and New Challenges." Computer 46(6): 22-24.
  15. Michael, K. and X. Chen (2013). "Service-Based Electronic Commerce Systems." Electronic Commerce Research 13(2): 1-3.
  16. Albrecht, K. and K. Michael (2013). "Connected: To Everyone and Everything." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 32(4): 31-34.
  17. Michael, K. (2013). "High-Tech Lust." IEEE Technology & Society Magazine 32(2): 4-5.
  18. Michael, K. (2013). "Putting Technology into Perspective in Asia." IEEE Technology & Society Magazine 32(3): 5-6.
  19. Michael, K. (2014). "Beyond Human: Lifelogging and Life Extension." IEEE Technology & Society Magazine 33(2): 4-6.
  20. Michael, K. (2014). "The Impact of Technology." IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine 3(3): 57-58.
  21. Michael, K. and X. Chen (2014). "Big Data's Big Future—But for Whom?" IEEE Technology & Society Magazine 33(3): 7-8.
  22. Albrecht, K. and K. Michael (2014). "We Got to do Better." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 33(1): 5-7.
  23. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2014). "The Packbots Are Coming." IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine 3(3): 59-61.
  24. Perakslis, C., J. Pitt, et al. (2014). "Drones Humanus." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 33(3): 38-39.
  25. Michael, K. (2015). “Mental Health, Implantables, and Side Effects,” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 34(2): 5-6, 17.
  26. Michael, K. (2015). "Sousveillance: Implications for privacy, security, trust, and the law." IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine 4(2): 92-94.
  27. Michael, K. (2015). "Wearables and Lifelogging: The Socioethical Implications." IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine 4(2): 79-81.
  28. Sargent, J., K. Mehta, et al. (2015). "Social and Economic Sustainability." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 34(1): 17-18.
  29. Michael, K. & Michael, M. G. (2015). “Apple Watch temptation: just visit the App Store”. IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 4(4), 120-122.
  30. Albrecht, K., Michael, K. & Michael, M. G. (2016). “The dark side of video games: are you addicted?”. IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 5 (1), 107-113.
  31. Michael, K. (2016). “Gamifying precision-guided firearms”. IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 5 (1), 99-101.
  32. Katina Michael (2016). “Gone Fishing: Breaking with the Biometric Rhythm of Tech-Centricism”, IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 35(4): 6-9.
  33. Katina Michael (2016). “Can Good Standards Propel Unethical Technologies?”, IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 35(3): 6-9.
  34. Katina Michael (2016). “When Uber Cars Become Driverless: "They Won't Need No Driver"”, IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 35(2): 5-10.
  35. Ramona Pringle, Katina Michael and M. G. Michael, “Unintended Consequences: A Study Guide”, IEEE Potentials, 35(5), 2016, pp. 47-48.
  36. Ian Steadman et al., “Science Fiction Is Full of Bots That Hurt People: ...But these bots are here now”, IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 5(4), 2016, pp. 112-117.
  37. Katina Michael, “Cyborg Rights and Digital Divides”, Australian Science, 37(10), December, pp. 32-36.
  38. Anas Aloudat, Katina Michael, Roba Abbas, “The Implications of Iris-Recognition Technologies: Will our eyes be our keys?”, IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, July 2016, pp. 95-102.
  39. Katina Michael, "Thank you to Greg Adamson", IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Vol. 36, No. 1, March 2017, pp. 6.
  40. Michael, K. (2017). “Novel NFC Applications to Enrich Our Connections: The NFC Forum Innovation Awards”. IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 6 (3), 118-121.
  41. Michael, K. (2017). “Are You Addicted to Your Smartphone, Social Media, and More?: The New AntiSocial App Could Help”. IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 6 (4), 116-121.
  42. Katina Michael (2017). "Go Get Chipped?: A Brief Overview of Non-Medical Implants between 1997-2013 (Part 1)", IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 36(3): 6-9.
  43. Katina Michael (2017). "Go “Get Chipped”: A Brief Overview of Non-Medical Implants between 2013-2017 (Part 2) ", IEEE Technology & Society  Magazine, 36(4): 6-12.
  44. Katina Michael (2017). "Bots Trending Now: Disinformation and Calculated Manipulation of the Masses", IEEE Technology and society Magazine, 36(2): 6-11.
  45. Katina Michael, M.G. Michael, Jai C. Galliot, Rob Nicholls, (2017). “Socio-Ethical Implications of Implantable Technologies in the Military Sector”, IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 36(1): 5-8.
  46. Noel Sharkey, Aimee van Wynsberghe, John C. Havens, Katina Michael (2018). “Socioethical Approaches to Robotics Development”, IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, 25(1): 26-28.
  47. Katina Michael, Diana Bowman, Meg Leta Jones and Ramona Pringle (2018). "Robots and Socio-ethical Implications", IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 37(1): 19-21.
  48. Katina Michael (2018). “Brain Pacemakers in Consumer Medical Electronics Improve Quality of Life: Benefits, Risks and Challenges (Part 1 interview with Emeritus Professor Gary Olhoeft)”, IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 7, No. 4, IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, pp. 82-85.
  49. Katina Michael (2018). “The Need for Patient Feedback in the Product Lifecycle Management of Deep Brain Stimulation Devices (Part 2 interview with Emeritus Professor Gary Olhoeft)”, IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 7 (accepted and in press).

Refereed International Conference Proceedings (Full Papers)

  1. Michael, K. and A. Masters* (2004). Applications of Human Transponder Implants in Mobile Commerce. 8th World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, Orlando, Florida: 505-12.
  2. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2004). The Auto-ID Trajectory. Proceedings of the Collaborative Electronic Commerce Technology and Research Conference LatAm, Talca, Chile, University of Talca: 1-22.
  3. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2004). The Social, Cultural, Religious, Ethical Implications of Automatic Identification. The Seventh International Conference on Electronic Commerce Research, Dallas, Texas, Southern Methodist University- Cox School of Business: 433-50.
  4. Alves, K.* and K. Michael (2005). The Rise and Fall of Digital Music Distribution Services: a Cross-Case Comparison of MP3.com, Napster and Kazaa. Proceedings of the Collaborative Electronic Commerce Technology and Research Conference LatAm, Talca, Chile, University of Talca: 1-22.
  5. Cooper, R.* and K. Michael (2005). The Structure and Components of E-mall Business Models. Proceedings of the Collaborative Electronic Commerce Technology and Research Conference LatAm, Talca, Chile, University of Talca: 1-15.
  6. Masters, A.* and K. Michael (2005). Humancentric Applications of RFID Implants: The Usability Contexts of Control, Convenience and Care. The Second IEEE International Workshop on Mobile Commerce and Services, Munich, Germany, IEEE Computer Society: 32-41.
  7. McCathie, L.* and K. Michael (2005). Is It The End of Barcodes in Supply Chain Management? Proceedings of the Collaborative Electronic Commerce Technology and Research Conference LatAm, Talca, Chile, University of Talca: 1-19.
  8. Michael, K. and L. McCathie* (2005). The Pros and Cons of RFID in Supply Chain Management. The Third International Conference on Mobile Business, Sydney, Australia, IEEE Computer Society: 623-9.
  9. Michael, K. and H. Tootell (2005). Introducing Location-Based Services into Information Technology Curriculum: Reflections on Practice. The Third International Conference on Mobile Business, Sydney, Australia, IEEE Computer Society: 220-6.
  10. Perusco, L.* and K. Michael (2005). Humancentric Applications of Precise Location Based Services. International Conference on e-Business Engineering, Beijing China, IEEE Computer Society: 409-18.
  11. Sargent, J. and K. Michael (2005). The Need for a Digital Aid Framework in Humanitarian Relief. The 9th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, Orlando, Florida.
  12. Michael, K. (2006). The Effects of Knowledge Management on Information Sharing Practices: A Case Study on Nortel Networks. 2nd International Conference on Information Management and Business, Sydney, Australia, University of Western Sydney: 594-601.
  13. Michael, K., A. McNamee,* et al. (2006). The Emerging Ethics of Humancentric GPS Tracking and Monitoring. The Fifth International Conference on Mobile Business, Copenhagen, Denmark, IEEE Computer Society: 34-44.
  14. Michael, K., A. McNamee,* et al. (2006). Location-Based Intelligence- Modelling Behaviour in Humans Using GPS. International Symposium on Technology and Society, Flushing, New York, IEEE Computer Society: 1-8.
  15. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2006). Towards Chipification: The Multifunctional Body Art of the Net Generation. In: Charles Ess et al. Cultural Attitudes Towards Technology and Communication, Tartu, Estonia, Murdoch University: 622-41.
  16. Michael, K., M. G. Michael, et al. (2006). The Hybridisation of Automatic Identification Techniques in Mass Market Applications: Towards a Model of Coexistence. The Third International Conference on Management and Innovation, Singapore, IEEE Computer Society: 1043-7.
  17. Perusco, L.,* K. Michael, et al. (2006). Location-Based Services and the Privacy-Security Dichotomy. The 3rd International Conference on Mobile Computing and Ubiquitous Networking, London, IPSJ SIG-MBL(Information Processing Society of Japan): 91-8.
  18. Huber, N.* and K. Michael (2007). Minimizing Product Shrinkage Across the Supply Chain using Radio Frequency Identification: a Case Study on a Major Australian Retailer. The Sixth International Conference on Mobile Business, Toronto, Canada, IEEE Computer Society: 1-8.
  19. Huber, N.* and K. Michael (2007). Vendor Perceptions of how RFID can Minimize Product Shrinkage in the Retail Supply Chain. RFID Eurasia, Istanbul, Turkey, IEEE Computer Society: 190-5.
  20. Huber, N.,* K. Michael, et al. (2007). Barriers to RFID Adoption in the Supply Chain. RFID Eurasia, Istanbul, Turkey, IEEE Computer Society: 226-31.
  21. Michael, M. G. and K. Michael (2007). Überveillance. 29th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners. Privacy Horizons: Terra Incognita, Location Based Tracking Workshop, Montreal, Canada, Office of the Privacy Commissioner, Canada.
  22. Trevarthen, A.* and K. Michael (2007). Beyond Mere Compliance of RFID Regulations by the Farming Community: A Case Study of the Cochrane Dairy Farm. The Sixth International Conference on Mobile Business, Toronto, Canada, IEEE Computer Society: 1-8.
  23. Ip, R.,* K. Michael, et al. (2008). Amal Graafstra: The Do-It-Yourselfer RFID Implantee: The Culture, Values and Ethics of Hobbyist Implantees. In: Charles Ess et al. Cultural Attitudes Towards Technology and Communication, Nimes, France, Murdoch University: 1-15.
  24. Ip, R.,* K. Michael, et al. (2008). The Social Implications of Humancentric Chip Implants: A Scenario- 'Thy Chipdom Come, Thy Will be Done'. Proceedings of the Sixth Collaborative Electronic Commerce Technology and Research Conference IberoAmerica, Madrid, Spain, EUITT de Telecommunicacion: 1-11.
  25. Michael, K. (2008). Social and Organisational Aspects of Information Security Management. IADIS e-Society, Algarve, Portugal, IADIS: 511-7.
  26. Michael, K., M. G. Michael, et al. (2008). Microchip Implants for Humans as Unique Identifiers: a Case Study on VeriChip. Ethics, Technology, and Identity, Delft, The Netherlands, TUDelft: 81-4.
  27. Renegar, B. D.* and K. Michael (2008). The RFID Value Proposition. Proceedings of the Sixth Collaborative Electronic Commerce Technology and Research Conference IberoAmerica, Madrid, Spain, EUITT de Telecommunicacion: 1-11.
  28. Renegar, B. D.,* K. Michael, et al. (2008). Privacy, Value and Control Issues in Four Mobile Business Applications. 7th International Conference on Mobile Business, Barcelona, Spain, IEEE Computer Society: 30-40.
  29. Trevarthen, A.* and K. Michael (2008). The RFID-Enabled Dairy Farm: Towards Total Farm Management. 7th International Conference on Mobile Business, Barcelona, Spain, IEEE Computer Society: 241-50.
  30. Wamba, S. F., T. Coltman, et al. (2008). RFID-Enabled Warehouse Optimisation: Lessons from Early Adopters in the 3PL Industry. International Conference on Information Systems, Paris, France, Association of Information Systems: 1-10.
  31. Abbas, R.,* K. Michael, et al. (2009). The Current State of Commercial Location-Based Services Offerings in Australia. Eighth International Conference on Mobile Business, Dalian, Liaoning, China, IEE Computer Society, National Natural Science Foundation of China: 188-95.
  32. Aloudat, A.,* K. Michael, et al. (2009). Location-Based Services for Emergency Management: A Multi-Stakeholder Perspective. Eighth International Conference on Mobile Business, Dalian, Liaoning, China, IEE Computer Society, National Natural Science Foundation of China: 143-8.
  33. Friggieri, A.,* K. Michael, et al. (2009). The Legal Ramifications of Microchipping People in the United States of America- A State Legislative Comparison. International Symposium on Technology and Society, Tempe, Arizona, IEEE Computer Society: 1-8.
  34. Hamilton, D.,* K. Michael, et al. (2009). Using RFID to Overcome Inventory Control Challenges: A Proof of Concept. Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing. D. Zhang, M. Portmann, A.-H. Tan and J. Indulska. Brisbane, Springer. LNCS 5585: 353-66.
  35. Ip, R.,* K. Michael, et al. (2009). Location and Interactive Services Not Only At Your Fingertips but Under Your Skin. International Symposium on Technology and Society, Tempe, Arizona, IEEE Computer Society: 1-7.
  36. Keating, B., T. Coltman, et al. (2009). Unpacking the ERP Investment Decision: An Empirical Assessment of the Benefits and Risks. The 17th European Conference on Information Systems, Verona, Italy, London School of Economics: 1-13.
  37. Hamilton, D.,* Michael, K., Wamba, F-W. "RFID-enabled Inventory Control Optimization: A Proof of Concept in a Small-to-Medium Retailer" 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Hawai: IEEE Computer Society, 2010.
  38. Aloudat, A.* and K. Michael (2011). The Application of Location Based Services in National Emergency Warning Systems: SMS, Cell Broadcast Services and Beyond. National Security Science and Innovation Conference. P. Mendis. Canberra, Research Network for a Secure Australia.
  39. Fusco, S. J.,* K. Michael, et al. (2011). Monitoring People using Location-Based Social Networking and its Negative Impact on Trust: An Exploratory Contextual Analysis of Five Types of “Friend” Relationships" IEEE Symposium on Technology and Society 2011, Xavier University, New York, IEEE.
  40. Paechter, B., J. Pitt, et al. (2011). Heaven and Hell: Visions for Pervasive Adaptation. fet11 essence, Budapest, Hungary, Elsevier.
  41. Perakslis, C. and K. Michael (2012). Indian Millennials: Are microchip implants a more secure technology for identification and access control? IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society. M. Arnold. Singapore, IEEE.
  42. Michael, K., Ed. (2013). Social Implications of Wearable Computing and Augmediated Reality in Every Day Life. IEEE Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS13). Toronto, Canada, IEEE.
  43. Achille, R., C. Perakslis, et al. (2013). Ethical Issues to consider for Microchip Implants in Humans. 7th International Conference on Ethical Issues In Biomedical Engineering, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Begell House, Inc.
  44. Albrecht, K., K. Michael, et al. (2014). The Dark Side of Online Gaming. International Conference on Cyber Behavior, Taipei, Taiwan.
  45. Perakslis, C., Michael, K., Michael, M. G. & Gable, R. (2014). “Perceived barriers for implanting microchips in humans: A transnational study”. 2014 IEEE Conference on Norbert Wiener in the 21st Century (21CW) (pp. 1-8). United States: IEEE.
  46. M.G. Michael, Katina Michael, Christine Perakslis, “Uberveillance and the Internet of Things”, 2014 International Conference on Contemporary Computing and Informatics (IC3I), 27-29 Nov 2014, Mysore, India.
  47. Lindsay Robertson, Katina Michael, Albert Munoz Aneiros, 2015, "Supply system's technology configuration as a contributor to end-user vulnerability", 2015 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS), pp. 1-6, 11-12 November, Dublin, Ireland.
  48. Kolevski, D. & Michael, K. (2016). “Cloud computing data breaches: a socio-technical review of literature”. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Green Computing and Internet of Things, ICGCIoT (pp. 1486-1495). United States of America: The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
  49. Sharon R. Bradley-Munn, Katina Michael, M.G. Michael, “Sociology of the Docile Body: Bio-tech constancy and its potential to enslave”, IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society, Kerala, India, 22nd October, 2016, pp. 1-6.
  50. Robertson, L., Munoz Aneiros, A. & Michael, K. (2018). “A theory of exposure: Measuring technology system end user vulnerabilities.” 2017 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS) (pp. 1-10). United States: IEEE.
  51. Yang, K., Michael, K., Abbas, R. & du Chemin Holderness, T. (2018). “Urban flood modelling using geo-social intelligence”. 2017 International Symposium on Technology and Society, Proceedings (pp. 1-9). IEEE Xplore: IEEE.

Informed Commentary

  1. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2009). "Predicting the socioethical implications of implanting people with microchips." PerAda Magazine: 1-3.
  2. Katina Michael, "Israel, Palestine and the benefits of waging war through Twitter", The Conversation (2012).
  3. Katina Michael, "People plus: is transhumanism the next stage in our evolution?", The Conversation: Science and Technology (2012).
  4. Katina Michael, "Meet Boston Dynamics' LS3 – the latest robotic war machine", The Conversation: Science and Technology (2012).
  5. Katina Michael and MG Michael, "Converging and coexisting systems towards smart surveillance", Awareness Magazine (Self-Awareness in Autonomic Systems): Networks & Infrastructure (2012)
  6. Katina Michael, Self-guided bullets won’t stuff up, but what about the grunts and drones firing them?, The Conversation (2012).
  7. Katina Michael, "The land of milk and money", The Drum: Analysis and Opinion on the Issues of the Day (2013)
  8. Kaitna Michael, "TrackingPoint bolt-action rifles are game-changers, not a game", The Conversation (2013)
  9. Katina Michael and MG Michael, "War robots and the 2014 World Cup – defenders off the field", The Conversation: Science + Technology (2014)
  10. Katina Michael and MG Michael, "The Apple Watch heralds a brave new world of digital living", The Conversation (2015).
  11. Katina Michael, “Bots without borders: how anonymous accounts hijack political debate”, The Conversation, Accessed: 24 January 2017.

Refereed Encyclopaedia Entries

  1. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2012). Wearable Computing. Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction. M. Soegaard and R. F. Dam. Aarhus, Denmark, The Interaction-Design.org Foundation.
  2. Michael, K. and R. Abbas eds (2013). Privacy and Security Issues in Social Networks. Encyclopedia of Social Network Analysis and Mining. J. Rokne. Calgary, Canada, Springer.
  3. Michael, K., Ed. (2014). Reconnaissance and Social Engineering Risks as Effects of Social Networking. Encyclopedia of Social Network Analysis and Mining. New York, Springer.8.Book Reviews

Book Review

  1. Michael, K. (2012). Book Review: Security Risk Management: Building an Information Security Risk Management Program from the Ground Up, Computers & Security, 31(2):249–250.
  2. Michael, K. (2012). Book Review: Securing the Cloud: Cloud Computer Security Techniques and Tactics, Computers & Security, 31(4): 633.
  3. Michael, K. (2012). Book Review: The Basics of Information Security: Understanding the Fundamentals of InfoSec in Theory and Practice, Computers & Security, 31(4): 634-5.
  4. Michael, K. (2012). Book Review: Hacking: The Next Generation (written by Nitesh Dhanjani, Billy Rios & Brett Hardin), Computers & Security, 31(6): 79.
  5. Michael, K. (2012). Book Review: Handbook on Securing Cyber-Physical Critical Infrastructure: Foundations and Challenges (written by Sajal K. Das, Krishna Kant, Nan Zhang), Computers & Security, 31(8): 1013.
  6. Michael, K. (2017). Book Review: “Not so Fast”. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 36 (2), 24-29.Creative Arts.

Poetry and Artworks

  1. Michael, K. (2011). "SecurePriv 1.0", in N.N. Trakakis (ed.) Southern Sun, Aegean Light: Poetry of Second-Generation Greek-Australians, p. 218.
  2. Michael, K. (2011). "DNA", in N.N. Trakakis (ed.) Southern Sun, Aegean Light: Poetry of Second-Generation Greek-Australians, p. 217.
  3. Katina Michael (2013). “Veillance.me” in Proceedings of ISTAS13, University of Toronto, Canada.
  4. Katina Michael, (2014). “Enslaved”, IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 33(4), pp. 5-10.
  5. Martin Hale, Greg Barnett, Katina Michael (2015). The Cloud-Uberveillance Parts I-III, Song.
  6. Katina Michael, January 15, 2016, Unintended Consequences 1-100 Artwork, Tathra/Bega, NSW, Australia 
Research Activity

Keynote Talks

  1. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael, May 16, 2007, "Uni In The Brewery: Session 2 (The Rise of Homo Electricus)" UniBrewery, Five Island Brewery, North Wollongong, Australia. 
  2. M.G. Michael and Katina Michael, September 26, 2007, “Überveillance: 24/7 x 365 - People Tracking and Monitoring“, Privacy Horizons: Terra Incognita, ICDPPC, Montreal, Canada.
  3. Michael, K., August 28, 2009, "Location Based Services for Emergency Management", Public Sphere #3: Australian ICT & Creative Industries Development, Wollongong, Australia.
  4. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael (2009). “Teaching ICT Ethics Using Wearable Computing: the Social Implications of the New 'Veillance'”, AUPOV09- Australian Point of View Technologies Conference, Wollongong, Australia, AUPOV. 
  5. Katina Michael, May 29, 2012, “Nanobionics: Microchipping People”, TEDxUWollongong, Australia.
  6. Katina Michael, Michael, K., November 2, 2013,. “The Final Cut- Tampering with Direct Evidence from Wearable Computers”, The 5th International Conference on Multimedia Information Networking and Security. Beijing, China, NSFC, IEEE.
  7. Holderness, T., Michael, K. & Turpin, E. (2014). “Infrastructure planning through geosocial intelligence: using Twitter as a platform for rapid assessment and civic co-management during flooding in Jakarta”. In: Mark Andrejevic, Mark Burdon, Defining the Sensor Society Conference, Queensland: University of Queensland, Australia.
  8. Alastair MacGibbon, Bernard Keane, Katina Michael, Peter Singer, Antony Loewenstein, and Asher Wolf, August 12, 2014, “We are becoming enslaved by our technology”, IQ2 Debate: The Forum for Live Debate, Sydney, Australia. 
  9. Katina Michael, June 24, 2014, “Location-enabled Social Media: (Privacy + Security) < Control”, Social Media Workshop (Sponsored by Office of Naval Research Science and Technology, Defence Science Institute, Australian Government Department of Defense), Adelaide, South Australia.
  10. Katina Michael, February 21, 2014, “War and Conflict 2.0”, QSymposium, Q Station, Sydney, Australia.
  11. Katina Michael, May 24, 2014. “Private Online Search Engines: The Need for a New Value Proposition”, ObjectConsulting: Big Day Out, North Sydney, NSW, Australia.
  12. Katina Michael, June 24, 2014, “The Consequences of Living and Breathing with Hyperconnectedness”, Fundamentals of Collective Adaptive Systems (FoCAS): Summer School 2014, Crete, Greece. 
  13. M.G. Michael, Katina Michael, Christine Perakslis, November 27, 2014, “Uberveillance and the Internet of Things”, International Conference on Contemporary Computing and Informatics (IC3I), Mysore, India.
  14. Katina Michael, December 4, 2014, “Digital Wearability: Scenarios from the Here and Now”, CSAA Conference: Provocation, University of Wollongong, Australia.
  15. Katina Michael, March 14, 2015, “Did the Data Make Us Do It? Are we enslaved or free?” DMMDI, Studio One Symposium, University of California Berkeley, USA.
  16. Katina Michael, September 10, 2015, “Digital Disruption: Resistance is Not Futile”, ACCAN2016, Sydney, Australia.
  17. Katina Michael, October 2, 2015, “I’ve Got Your Under My Skin” Mindshift: Blender, Wollongong, Australia.
  18. Katina Michael, October 8, 2015, “The Benefits and Harms of National Security Technologies”, International Women in Law Enforcement Conference – Leadership, Collaboration, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel (SVP) National Police, Hyderabad, India.
  19. Katina Michael, October 9, “Justifying Uberveillance: The Internet of Things and the Flawed Sustainability Premise", ICGCIOT, Galgotias College, Delhi, Greater Noida, India. 
  20. Katina Michael, January 16, 2016, “The Impact of New Technology on the Future of Marketing: The Dehumanizing Effect of Uberveillance and the Power-Control Differential”, Business in a Dynamic World, London South Bank University, Limassol, Cyprus.
  21. Katina Michael and Gordon Wallace, April 11, 2016, “UOWInteractiveX: Ethics”, UOWX, Wollongong, Australia.
  22. Katina Michael, May 31, 2016, “Social Implications of Bionics”, Australian Academy of Science. 
  23. Tobias Feakin (Chair), Lev Grossman, Katina Michael, Alastair McGibbon, September 3, 2016, “Apple vs FBI”, Festival of Dangerous Ideas, Opera House.
  24. Katina Michael, March 17, 2017, “Heart Pacemakers and Search Warrants”, 4th International Conference on Innovations in Information, Embedded, and Communication Systems, Karpagam Innovation Centre, Karpagam College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India.
  25. Katina Michael, May 18, 2017, “Privacy of the Mined and the Heart: Hacking the Body With or Without a Warrant”, Cyberday: GET, Phoenix, Arizona.
  26. Katina Michael, August 13, 2017, “Pros and Cons of Implantables”, IEEE Sections Congress 2017, International Convention Centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia. 
  27. Katina Michael, August 31, 2017, “The Creative Genius in Us- the Sky’s the Limit or Is It?”, iAccelerate, Innovation Campus, UOW, Australia. 
  28. Katina Michael, September 20, 2017, “Smart Lifestyles: Not Everything Has to Be Connected to the Internet of Things Infrastructure”, ACCAN2017, Sydney, Australia.
  29. Katina Michael, October 31, 2017, “Citizen Science and Biodiversity in the Age of Artificial Intelligence”, Hosted by the Australian Museum, the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, and ANU, at the Australian Museum, Sydney, Australia.
  30. Katina Michael, November 2, 2017, “The Internet of Us”, RADCOMM 2017, Australian Communication and Media Authority, Barangaroo, NSW, Australia.
  31. Katina Michael, November 24, 2017, “Sensemaking with AI: The Future of Intelligent Assistants, Bots, and Deep Learners”, Emerging Issues in Science and Society: Australian Academy of Science, University of Wollongong, Australia.
  32. Katina Michael, December 15, 2017, “Product Life-cycle Management for Therapeutic Devices”, IEEE Life Sciences Conference 2017, Sydney, Australia.

Grants

  1. Sole Chief Investigator, UOW Small Grant (2003), “Spatial Database National Australia”. $11,000
  2. Research Network for a Secure Australia (2006-2012), $30,000
  3. IP Location-Based Service Program Manager in collaboration with Andrew Corporation (2006), $50,000
  4. Sole Chief Investigator, UOW Faculty Small Grant (2006), “Emerging Ethics of Location-Based Services”, Seed funding jointly granted with Andrew Corporation. $5,000
  5. Partner Investigator, Research Infrastructure Block Grant (2006), “RFID Technology”, K. Michael with T. Coltman, E. Dutkiewicz, R. Safavi-Naini. $40,000
  6. Programme Lead, Faculty of Informatics Grant (2007), “IP-Location Based Services”, K. Michael with Andrew Corporation. $50,000
  7. Chief Investigator, UOW Faculty Teaching & Learning Scholar Grant (2007), “SISAT Total Curriculum Management – A LifeCycle Approach”, Katina Michael. $10,000.
  8. Chief Investigator, University Small Grant Award (2008), “Security in the Workplace“, K. Michael with K. Garrety and M. Barret. $9,045
  9. Sole Chief Investigator, Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Grant (2008-2012), “Toward the regulation of the location-based services industry: directing Australian Government telecommunications policy”. $192,000
  10. Partner Investigator, Educational Strategies Development Fund Grant (2008), “Total Curriculum Management”, Holly Tootell, Peter Hyland, Katina Michael. $19,000
  11. Partner Investigator, Global Challenges Strategic Fund (2014), “PetaJakarta”, K. Michael with T. Holderness, E. Turpin, I. Buchanan, R. Clarke. $5,000
  12. New Colombo Plan Grant (2014), “PetaJakarta: Indonesia”, K. Michael with T. Holderness, E. Turpin, I. Buchanan, R. Clarke. $36,000

Media

  1. Katina Michael with Nick Rheinberger, "Is encryption a human right?", ABC Illawarra: Mornings, May 18, 2018. [radio]
  2. Katina Michael with Ally Crew, "Family Planning NSW Data Breach Financially Motivated", ABC Radio National Australia. May 14, 2018. [radio]
  3. Katina Michael with Richa Sharma (WION), May 4, 2018, "Facial Recognition in Airports", WION: India's First Global Channel [television]
  4. Katina Michael with Sean Britten, "Telecoms Wars: Unlimited Data Packages", 2SERFM.COM The Daily, May 4, 2018 [radio]
  5. Katina Michael with Chris Graham, Overnight Producer, Commenting on Facebook Dating Service for The Telegraph UK, May 2, 2018 [newspaper].
  6. Ariel Bogle, April 28, 2018, "I asked everyone from Facebook to data brokers to Stan for my information. It got messy", ABC Radio National [radio]
  7. Carly Burns with Katina Michael, "The Future Of: The Technological Society", UOW Research Newsletter, April 13, 2018 [online]
  8. Peter Batchelor, "Mobile phone addiction", Herald Sun, April 8, 2018 [newspaper]
  9. Peter Bateman, April 8, 2018, "Autism-like symptoms showing up", Herald-Sun, p. 27. [newspaper]
  10. Av Dieter Wieczorek, "Tankevekkende om klikk-kulturen", NY TID, April 5, 2018. [online]
  11. Katina Michael with Nick Bennett and Trevor Long, April 3, 2018, "Quitting Facebook after Cambridge Analytics", Talking Lifestyle: Talking Technology on Macquarie Media [radio]
  12. Katina Michael with Eric Gyors, March 28, 2018, "Is it the end of privacy?", EPISODE: Wednesday Drive – 4:00pm 28th Mar 2018 [radio]
  13. Katina Michael in "In my Mind - Social Media Addiction", SBS OnDemand, screening March 26, 5pm-5.30pm, Sydney. [television]
  14. Newshub Staff, March 23, 2018, "The secret file that tells you what data Facebook has on you", Newshub [online]
  15. Katina Michael with Carrie Bickmore, Hamish Macdonald, Pete Helliar and Rachel Corbett, "Is sorry too little, too late from Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg?" The Project: Australia [television]
  16. Katina Michael with Jesse Mulligan, Kanoa Lloyd and Josh Thomson, March 22, 2018, "Cambridge Analytica, Facebook and OCEAN Big 5 Values", The Project: NZ [television]
  17. Katina Michael with Joe O'Brien, "Now that Facebook have acknowledged "mistakes", what's next?" ABC 24 hrs: Mornings with Joe O'Brien, channel 24, 11am-11.12am. [television]
  18. Katina Michael with Cassie McCullagh, March 21, 2018, "Psychometrics, big data, data-driven approaches, microtargetting, and you", ABC Sydney Radio: FOCUS [radio]
  19. Katina Michael with James Valentine, March 6, 2018, "Does Google Maps Steer You Toward Tollways?", ABC Radio Sydney: Afternoons 3.20pm.
  20. Katina Michael, Rebecca Herold, March 9, 2018, "Uberveillance: Would You Embed Constant Surveillance In Your Body?", in R. Herold, Data Security and Privacy, Voice of America, USA [radio podcast]
  21. Ariel Bogle, March 19, 2018, “Is Facebook being honest with you about how it targets ads?” ABC Science: Online [radio]
  22. Katina Michael with Bruce Roberts, "How do Australians stay safe: some cybersecurity tips", WINTV News, February 21, 2018 [television]
  23. Katina Michael with Louise Saunders, "The Ethics of Body Worn Cameras, Covert Trackers, Location Apps and More", ABC Hobart: Drive, February 10, 2018, 6.07-6.20 pm. [radio]
  24. Katina Michael, Sean Britten, "The New Visibility: Open Intelligence, Location Data & Voluntary Crowdsourcing", 2SERfm.com, The Daily Beast, February 2, 2018 [radio]
  25. Katina Michael and Lindsay 'The Doctor' McDougall. "Cybersafety and Children: Location-Based Apps, Privacy and Social Implications", ABC Illawarra: Drive, January 30, 2018. [radio]
  26. Katina Michael and James Valentine, "The Consequences of Strava, Social Media, Wearables and Data Trails", ABC Sydney: Afternoons, 3.25pm-3.37pm, January 30, 2018.
  27. Katina Michael and Vasilis Ragousis, 2018, January 25, “The Capability and what it means for everyday Australians”, SBS Greek Radio [in Greek]
  28. Chris Burt, January 16, 2018, "Australia adds drivers’ license photos to national facial recognition system", Biometrics Update.
  29. John Taylor, Katina Michael, January 15, 2018, “Privacy, National Security and Policing”, ABC Queensland Statewide: Drive.
  30. Rebecca Trigger, January 15, 2018, "Experts sound alarm as biometric data from driver's licences added to government database", ABC News.
  31. Rebecca Trigger, January 15, 2018, “Kekhawatiran Semakin Terbukanya Data Pribadi di Era Digital”, AustraliaPlus: Indonesia.
  32. John Elder, December 23, 2017, "The war between robots and humans is heating up", The New Daily.
  33. Donald Christiansen 19 Dec 2017, "Online Addiction", IEEE USA: Insight.
  34. Andrew Backhouse, 2017, "Mother’s plea: How do I get my daughter off social media?" Townsville Bulletin, December 19, 2017.
  35. Garreth Hanley, December 17, 2017, "If you go down to the mall today, you're watched by a thousand eyes", The Age.
  36. Ramona Pringle, "Rampant social media misuse puts future of popular platforms at risk", CBC News: Technology.
  37. Jess Clifford, 2017, November 21, “Future uses of artificial intelligence”, ABC Shoalhaven.
  38. Katina Michael with James Valentine: "Russian Troll Farms- What are they? Who are they? Why?" Afternoons with James Valentine: ABC Radio Sydney, November 8, 2017, 1.33-1.47 pm.
  39. Katina Michael with Rachel Alembakis, 2017, October 17, “The Sustainability Report Podcast (Episode 3: Katina Michael)” (producer Buffy Gorrilla).
  40. Staff. October 19, 2017, “The full spectrum: RadComms 2017”, RadioInfo.
  41. Jake Evans and Clare Sibthorpe, October 5, 2017, "Facial recognition: Feature creep may impose government's software in our lives, expert warns", Australian Broadcasting Corporation News.
  42. Finbar O'Mallon, October 15, 2017, "ACT government rules out Access Canberra using facial recognition technology", Canberra Times.
  43. Finbar O'Mallon, October 15, 2017, "Government agencies could use facial recognition", Illawarra Mercury.
  44. Finbar O'Mallon, October 15, 2017, "Agencies may access IDs", Canberra Times, p. 8.
  45. Finbar O'Mallon, October 15, 2017, "Limits on use of facial recognition system", Canberra Times, p. 2.
  46. Alana Mitchelson, "Global Facebook outage raises serious questions about reliance on social media", The New Daily, October 12, 2017.
  47. Katrina Dunn and Katina Michael, “The Social Implications of Facial Recognition Systems”, Ideapod, Facebook.
  48. Monica Rozenfeld, 2017, September 28, “When DIY Gadgets Do More Harm Than Good: People can build their own software and devices to spy, or worse”, The Institute.
  49. Michael Keenan and Katina Michael with Naomi Woodley, 2017, October 6, "Facial recognition to be limited to serious offences: Keenan", ABC AM.
  50. Katina Michael with Kate O'Toole, October 5, 2017, "Privacy Issues Related to Proposed National Biometric System in Australia", ABC Darwin: Drive, 5.35-5.45PM.
  51. Jake Evans and Clare Sibthorpe, "Facial recognition: Feature creep may impose government's software in our lives, expert warns", ABC News, October 5, 2017.
  52. Staff. September 25, 2017, “Spectrum in Motion: RadComms 2017”, RadioInfo.
  53. Katina Michael, Robert Ackland, March 7, 2017, “The Rise of the Machines”, Brave Conversations.
  54. AFR Summit Staff. September 20, 2017, “AFR Innovation Summit: Pip Marlow, Larry Marshall, Alex Zelinsky”, Financial Review.
  55. Katina Michael, August 29, 2017, “Emerging Technologies”, In the Loop: Gong [television]
  56. Katina Michael speaks with Trevor Long and Nick Bennett, "Can twins fool facial recognition technology?", Talking Technology on Talking Lifestyle at 8.40pm-9.00pm, September 7, 2017 [podcast]
  57. Katina Michael, Philipa Thornton and Phil Clark, September 6, 2017, “Is Facebook making us sad?”, ABC Nightlife [podcast]
  58. Shaun Cameron White and Katina Michael, August 23, 2017, “Why do we risk our safety for our smartphones?”, Sunrise: Channel 7 [television]
  59. Ewin Hannan and Simone Fox Koob, August 3, 2017, Worker chip implants ‘only matter of time’, The Australian Business Review [online]
  60. Justin Huntsdale, Scott Murray, Lisa Trujillo and Katina Michael, "From breakfast to business boon: How Instagram photos have become priceless free publicity", ABC Illawarra 97.3 Mornings with Nick Rheinberger [radio]
  61. Jennifer Luu with Katina Michael, July 6, 2017, “Big Brother or Big Benefit? The Reality of Facial Recognition” [online]
  62. Matt Beard, Katina Michael, Rachel Corbett with Josh Zepps, "Robot Ethics: Conundrums of the Future", ABC Sydney Radio: Evenings with Chris Bath, June 23, 2017, 8-9pm [radio]
  63. Desiree Savage, June 22, 2017, “UOW Big Ideas Festival returns”, Illawarra Mercury [newspaper]
  64. Katina Michael with Tony Arthurs, "Theresa May Calls for Internet Regulation but is the Internet Really to Blame for Terrorism?" ABC Illawarra: Mornings, 97.2, 8 June 2017, 9.12am-9.26am. [radio]
  65. Erwin Renaldi, May 30, 2017, “Simak beritanya dalam Bahasa Inggris di sini”, Sumber [online]
  66. ABC Staff. May 25, 2017, “Are you an addict? Turns out we're all tech junkies”, ABC News [online]
  67. Katina Michael and Adam Alter with Emma Alberici, May 24, 2017, “Technology and Screen Addiction”, ABC Lateline [television]
  68. Eva Grey, May 15, 2017, "A world first: Australia’s plan for advanced biometric airport checks", Airport-technology.com [online]
  69. Katina Michael with Shaun White, "How much do we actually use our phones?", Sunrise: Channel 7, May 10, 2017 [television]
  70. Katina Michael with Jennifer Luu, "Behavioural Surveillance Technology with Camera Analytics", 2SERFM, Recorded on May 5, 2017. [radio]
  71. Katina Michael with Nick Healy, "Human Microchips: Employees Go Far", 2SERFM Breakfast, May 5, 2017, 6.45-6.50am, Producers: Jennifer Luu. [radio]
  72. Cheyne Anderson, Ellen Leabeater, Lawrence Lam, Katina Michael, David Glance, April 23, 2017, "What is the Internet doing to our heads?", 2SERFM Think: Digital Futures [radio]
  73. Katina Michael, Wendy Harmer, "When Google Maps Gets it Wrong", ABC Sydney Mornings, ABC Sydney 702, 9.10am -9.23am, April 21, 2017. [radio]
  74. Katina Michael and Cheyne Anderson, April 21, 2017, “Raising Awareness of "Internet Addiction by design" and How to Respond”, 2SERFM [radio]
  75. Xavier La Canna, "Google Maps' pizza shop mix-up leaves Darwin man with unwanted 'customers' at his front door", ABC Radio Darwin, 3pm-3.20pm, April 19, 2017.
  76. Katina Michael, Wendy Harmer, "How do you rein in violent live video streaming on FB?", ABC Sydney 702, 9.07am - 9.25am, April 19, 2017. [radio]
  77. Katina Michael with Brooke Taylor, April 11, 2017, "Is It Necessary To Have Your Boss On Social Media?", 2SERFM [radio]
  78. Katina Michael with Nick Rheinberger, April 10, 2017, "Robots at Aged Care Facilities", ABC Illawarra, Mon. 8.20-8.30am [radio]
  79. Katina Michael cited in Jake Evans, April 9, 2017, "Mike Hall's death won't be last time tragedy unfolds via Google Maps, expert says", ABC News [online]
  80. Katina Michael with Trevor Long and Nick Bennett, April 7, 2017, "Would You Microchip Your Hand", Talking Technology, Talking Lifestyle, Macquarie Media Ltd. [podcast]
  81. Leah Marieann Klett, April 5, 2017, “Taking Break from Social Media to Focus on Relationship with God, Family”, Gospel Herald [online]
  82. March 27, 2017, “Real is Beautiful”, Natural Beauty [online]
  83. Katina Michael with Sean Britten, Does Google Maps New Update Breach Our Privacy? The Daily on 2SERFM 107.3, 24 March 2017, 11.45am-11.51am. [radio]
  84. Katina Michael speaks with Trevor Chappell "The release of personal files from Centrelink and Veterans Affairs to journalists recently and some of the ramifications of this", ABC Radio - Overnights, Producer Michael Pavlich. 4.20am-5am, 22 March 2017. [podcast]
  85. Steve Atkins, Vibrant NFC market produces close to 100 entries in NFC Forum Innovation Awards,  February 16, 2017
  86. Staff. “Robot Pembersih Diujicobakan di Pusat Perbelanjaan Besar Australia”, MetroTV News, March 13, 2017.
  87. Katina Michael with Trevor and Nick on Talking Technology, March 13, 2017, “Will robots take our jobs?” Talking Technology [podcast]
  88. Fiona Pepper, March 10, 2017, “Robotic cleaners are being trialled by Australia's big shopping centres”, ABC News.
  89. Katina Michael and Jake Keating, "AntiSocial App: Helping you monitor your social media usage", WIN News, 7 March 2017. [television]
  90. Katina Michael and Jon Faine, "Robotics Cleaning at Australian Shopping Centres: is it a good idea?" ABC Radio Melbourne: Mornings 7 March 2017.
  91. Katina Michael with Dan Bourchier, March 3, 2017, “Can Federal Government release private details to media?” ABC Canberra – Breakfast.
  92. Jordan Yerman, ,March 1, 2017, “Does Biometric ID Verification Give Way to Data and Discrimination Risk?”, APEX Online.
  93. Claire Dalgeish, February 27, 2017, “10 Things You Could Do Instead of Sitting on Social Media”, The Cusp.
  94. Katina Michael, February 23, 2017, “Facts and figures: The rise of Social Media addiction”, PC World.
  95. Katina Michael with Jenny Marchant, February 23, 2017, “How Can AntiSocial help you Fight Smartphone Addiction”, ABC Newcastle: Mornings.
  96. Ryan and Tanya, February 23, 2017. “How do you know when you are addicted to your smartphone?” hit! 104.7 Canberra [radio]
  97. Katina Michael with Jusin Huntsdale, February 22, 2017, “Social media monitoring apps shine spotlight on internet addiction”, ABC Illawarra.
  98. Anthill Magazine, February 21, 2017, “Can’t get off your phone? The app is tackling social media addiction in a unique way”, Australian Anthill.
  99. Business Wire. February 17, 2017, “Vibrant NFC Market Produces Close to 100 Entries in NFC Forum Innovation Awards”, YahooFinance!
  100. Staff. February 13, 2017, “Your smartphone and social media usage: Reached a “worrisome” pitch?”, LoveYahoo.
  101. Anthea England, February 10, 2017, “The Easy Hack to Boost Your Mental Health: How to get your life back in control”, Women’s Health.
  102. Staff., February 8, 2017, “App to help tackle social media addiction”, Inside Small Business.
  103. Staff. February 7, 2017, “App to help tackle social media addiction”, B2B Magazine.
  104. “Vibrant NFC Market Produces Close to 100 Entries in NFC Forum Innovation Awards”, Business Wire, February 17, 2017.
  105. Nick Rheinberger and Katina Michael, “Political Bots, Trump's Election, and Social Media Addiction”, ABC Illawarra 97.3, February 9, 2017 [Audio].
  106. Leigh Campbell, “Reality Check: This App Measures How Much Time You Spend On Social Media”, Huffington Post Australia, February 4, 2017.
  107. Shannon Williams, “Can an app help curb your social media addiction?”, NetGuide, February 3, 2017.
  108. Gina Ianosevici, “Detox from Social Media with Bugbeans’ AntiSocial App”, The Zine, February 2, 2017.
  109. “App to Help Tackle Social Media Addiction”, ARN from IDG, January 31, 2017.
  110. Katina Michael (with Niki Bezzant and Peter Elliott), “Biometric Borders”, RadioNZ (RNZ): The Panel, January 26, 2017 [audio].
  111. “Australia plans biometric border control”, BBC News, January 24, 2017.
  112. Βίκυ Καραντζαβέλου, Εισαγωγή τεχνολογίας βιομετρικής ταυτοποίησης στα αυστραλιανά αεροδρόμια, Travel Daily News: Greece & Cyprus, January 25, 2017.
  113. “2020, Australia Gunakan Paspor Biometrik”, Suara Pembaruan, January 25, 2017.
  114. KC Curay, “Use of biometric recognition at Aussie airports may raise privacy concerns”, MobileMag, January 24, 2017.
  115. Naomi Jansen, “Nooit meer je paspoort tonen op vliegvelden?” KIJK, January 24, 2017.
  116. Christopher Knaus, “Australian airport plan raises privacy concerns, expert says”, Gulf News: Australia, January 24, 2017.
  117. Christopher Knaus, “Biometric recognition at airport border ​​raises privacy concerns, says expert”, The Guardian, January 24, 2017.
  118. Grant Reynolds and Paul Jones, “Disconnected”, The Stand: UOW.
  119. Kate Bevan, “Oz moots biometric arrivals”, Naked Security by Sophos, January 24, 2017.
  120. Lisa Gundlach, NFC Industry, Customer Experience and Product Design Leaders Predict Tags, IoT Secure Provisioning and Wearables Using NFC Technology Set to Expand in 2017 (Part III), NFC Forum, January 10, 2017.
  121. Katina Michael and Steve Sammartino (with Eleanor Hall), “The evolution of phone technology”, ABC Midday: January 10, 2017. [Audio]
  122. Katina Michael and Roderick Chambers, "Social media profiles needed for US temporary visas", The Daily-2SERFM, December 30, 2016. [Audio]
  123. Katina Michael (with Shaun White), “Are You Addicted to Facebook?”, Channel 7: Sunrise, October 3, 2016. [Television]
  124. Lisa Gundlach, “NFC Industry, Customer Experience and Product Design Leaders Share 2017 Outlook and Predictions on NFC Technology”, NFC Forum, December 14, 2016.
  125. Katina Michael (with Australian Online Census 2016 and Privacy Concerns, TRT World News, August 9, 2016. [Television].
  126. #CensusFail - The Fallout from Australia's first online census, SYN, August 11, 2016. [Audio].
  127. Katina Michael and Steve Sammartino (with Eleanor Hall), “Techtopia: what does your phone know about you?” World Today, September 8, 2016. [Audio].
  128. Allie Coyne, “Experts cast doubt on ABS' Census DoS claims”, IT News, August 16, 2016.
  129. Brooke Taylor and Katina Michael, “Who Can Watch Whom Under the Law?” 2SERFM, August 6, 2016. [Audio].
  130. Mike Jeffreys and Katina Michael. "VISA and Microchipping People for NFC ePayments" 2UE 954am with Mike Jeffreys Evenings: 8pm-11.59pm May. 2015: 9.30pm-9.40pm.
  131. Sophie Aubrey and Katina Michael. "Watch will be wear it’s at" mX May. 2015.
  132. Powerfm and Katina Michael. "The Apple Watch and Wearable Downsides" 94.9 Powerfm May. 2015: 8.50am-8.56am.
  133. Katie Cincotta and Katina Michael. "Teensafe spy app forces parents to choose between trust and online safety" The Age, May. 2015.
  134. Desiree Savage, Daniel Rowan, and Katina Michael. "Question mark over internet privacy" Illawarra Mercury May. 2015.
  135. Stathi Paxinos and Katina Michael. "A dollhouse to inspire young women into science, engineering and technology" The Age: IT Pro Mar. 2015.
  136. Lourdes S. Payan and Katina Michael. "Más cerca los chips implantados en humanos" El Mundo Financiero Feb. 2015.
  137. PowerFM and Katina Michael. "Are you addicted to social media? How do you know and how to kick the habit" 949 PowerFM: Feb. 2015: 8.12am-8.20am.
  138. Katina Michael. "Big Dogs and Drones for Crowd Control: The Commercialisation of Military Robots" Russia Today TV Feb. 2015: 1.00 PM-1.05 PM.
  139. Sonya Feldhoff, Bob Greaves, and Katina Michael. "East Para Primary School pupils to have fingerprints scanned: does it really work?" Afternoons 891 ABC Adelaide Feb. 2015.
  140. Tim Holt and Katina Michael. "Dashcams Used to Gather Evidence of Adverse Driver Behaviour: Police Encourage Reporting by Citizens" ABC South East NSW Radio: Mornings with Tim Holt Jan. 2015.
  141. Justin Huntsdale, Katina Michael, and Lauren Thrift. "Unliking Facebook - the social media addiction that has you by the throat" ABC Illawarra Jan. 2015.
  142. Richard Chirgwin and Katina Michael. "Welcome to 'uber-veillance' says Australian Privacy Foundation" The Register Jan. 2015.
  143. Paul Smith and Katina Michael. "The moral dilemma of death on the internet" The Australian Financial Review Jan. 2015.
  144. Ashley Hall, Chris Lindland, and Katina Michael. "New jeans protect credit cards from hacking" ABC Radio: PM Dec. 2014: 6.50pm-6.53pm.
  145. Henry Belot and Katina Michael. "Experts fear a European 'right to be forgotten' online ruling may be duplicated in Australia" Sydney Morning Herald Nov. 2014.
  146. Katina Michael. "The Wollongong University Cooperative Education with Tianjin Polytechnic University: 2014 Opening Ceremony" School of Electronics and Information Engineering, Tianjin Polytechnic University Oct. 2014.
  147. Craig Butt and Katina Michael. "Australian women desert technology courses, as university IT enrolments fall" The Sydney Morning Herald: IT Professional - Expertise Sep. 2014.
  148. Grant Reynolds and Katina Michael. "UOW and Westpac Supporting Women in Technology" UOW Media Releases Sep. 2014.
  149. Katina Michael. "A switch in time" Daily Telegraph Aug. 2014: p. 73.
  150. Katina Michael and Angela Thompson. "IT sector in dire need of more women" Illawarra Mercury Aug. 2014.
  151. Katina Michael, Peter Singer, Antony Loewenstein, Asher Wolf, Bernard Keane, and Alastair McGibbon. "We are becoming enslaved by our technology" IQ2 (Intelligence Squared): The Forum for Live Debate Aug. 2014: 6.45 pm-8 pm.
  152. Katina Michael and Samuel King. "Who's the slave and who's the master? Humans vs technology" The Daily 2SER 107.3 FM Aug. 2014: 11.30am-11.40am.
  153. Rose Powell and Katina Michael. "Doing illegal things online? Here's what the tech companies are doing to catch you" The Sydney Morning Herald: Digital Life Aug. 2014.
  154. Madeleine Coorey and Katina Michael. "Australia PM says new terror laws will not invade privacy" Bangkok Post Aug. 2014.
  155. Paul Murray and Katina Michael. "What are the downsides of the government storing metadata for up to 2 years?" 6PR 882 NewsTalk: Drive Aug. 2014: 5.30pm-5.40pm.
  156. Henry Belot and Katina Michael. "Rattenbury to raise warrants for MyWay data with Attorney-General" The Canberra Times Aug. 2014.
  157. Henry Belot, Tom McIlroy, and Katina Michael. "AFP accesses MyWay data for investigations" Canberratimes.com.au Jul. 2014.
  158. Lachlan Hastings and Katina Michael. "Persona Categories: Highly sought places for Aussies to live" mX: Melbourne May. 2014: 4. 
  159. Elise Pitt, Melissa Coade, and Katina Michael. "Fat Food Marketing to be Challenged at Open Night for Budding Researchers" UOW Media Releases May. 2014.
  160. Lyudmila Chernova, Katherine Albrecht, and Katina Michael. "ANALYSIS: Human Microchipping Poses Dangers to Health, Privacy" RIA Novosti Apr. 2014.
  161. Bernie Goldie and Katina Michael. "Changes to Digital Privacy Laws- But are Consumers Aware?" UOW Campus News Apr. 2014.
  162. Katina Michael, Natarsha Belling, and James Mathison. "Australia's Privacy Amendments: Online Dating, Cross-border Flows, Credit Reporting and More" Wake Up: Channel Ten Apr. 2014: 6.45 am-6.55 am.
  163. Katina Michael and Steve Parsons. "Coles Fly-Buys: What is the Value of Personal Information and the Cost to Everyday Australians of Loyalty Card Schemes?" 97.3 ABC Illawarra: The Morning Show with Steve Parsons Mar. 2014: 6.50 am-7.00 am.
  164. Jordan Matthews and Katina Michael. "Selling rewards schemes for your personal details as Coles reveal privacy policy" ABC Illawarra Mar. 2014.
  165. Deborah Gough and Katina Michael. "Arrest after 'drone with drugs' nabbed near Metropolitan Remand Centre" The Age Mar. 2014.
  166. Katina Michael. "Drones: Drugs & Drop" 3AW 693 NewsTalk Melbourne Mar. 2014: 8.10 am-8.14 am.
  167. Katina Michael. "Operating a drone isn't as easy as it looks" Brisbane Times Mar. 2014.
  168. Monica Rozenfeld, Katherine Albrecht, and Katina Michael. "The Value of Privacy: Safeguarding your information in the age of the Internet of Everything" The Institute (IEEE) Mar. 2014.
  169. Katina Michael. "Packbots, the Soccer World Cup 2014, and Security: Is this the Future?" 702 ABC Radio: Evenings with Dominic Knight Mar. 2014: 8.10 pm-8.20 pm.
  170. Katina Michael and Katherine Albrecht. "Disney Magic Wristband: The Social Implications of the MyMagic+ System" The Katherine Albrecht Show: Talk Radio with a Freedom Twist Feb. 2014.
  171. Katina Michael and Michael Kenny. "Do new privacy protection laws go far enough?" SBS World News Australia Radio Feb. 2014: 6.00 pm-6.06 pm.
  172. Katina Michael and Eliza Harvey. "Privacy Foundation concerned by AFP phone-tapping MPs" ABC Radio: The World Today (News and Current Affairs Radio) Nov. 2013: 12.25pm-12.30pm.
  173. Katina Michael and Paula Tapiolas. "The Spying Landscape in Australia" ABC Radio North Queensland: Mornings with Paula Tapiolas (630 ABC) Nov. 2013: 9.30-9.50.
  174. Laura Casaceli and Katina Michael. "Katina Michael" Gendered Conversations From the Gong and Beyond Oct. 2013.
  175. Katina Michael, Howard Hecht, and Fred McClimans. "Does Technology Challenge Us as Spiritual Beings?" The COIL RadioOct. 2013.
  176. Katina Michael and Leon Byner. "QBE's Insurance Scheme on GPS Tracking: Accuracy, Privacy, Property & Accessibility" 5AA: Adelaide 1395 AM Mornings with Leon Byner Oct. 2013: 11.00 AM-11.11 AM.
  177. Katina Michael and Deb Tribe. "Job Candidates have a Right to Access their Stored Personal Information after the Recruitment Process" Afternoons with Deb Tribe 891 ABC Adelaide Oct. 2013: 2.40pm-2.55pm.
  178. Laura Banks and Katina Michael. "Follow up the job rejections "The Age Oct. 2013.
  179. Katina Michael and Carol Duncan. "Supermarket Money: Discounting the "I've got nothing to hide" argument" Afternoons with Carol Duncan on 1233 ABC Newcastle NSW Oct. 2013: 2.40 pm-2.55 pm.
  180. Katina Michael and Yara Murray-Atfield. "Coles, Loyalty Card Schemes, and Banking - So What's the Connection?" PANORAMA Program: Student Youth Network (SYN) Sep. 2013.
  181. Katina Michael and Linda Mottram. "Privacy Implications of Coles Supermarket Bank Push" 702 ABC Radio: Mornings with Linda Mottram Sep. 2013.
  182. Katina Michael, Howard Hecht, and Fred McClimans. "The Emperor has no Privacy" The COIL Radio Sep. 2013.
  183. Rachael Weine and Katina Michael. "EIS Associate Deans" CONNECT: Engineering and Information Sciences Newsletter Sep. 2013.
  184. Katina Michael, Howard Hecht, and Fred McClimans. "Exploding the Myth of Data Privacy: "I'm Your Private Data"" THE COIL RADIO Sep. 2013.
  185. Katina Michael and Jake Sturmer. "Big Brother for shoppers, technology to track your mobile" ABC: The Business Aug. 2013.
  186. Katina Michael and Jake Sturmer. "Data Mining: Tracking Mobile Phones in Shopping Malls" ABC News 7PM Aug. 2013.
  187. Katina Michael and Linda Mottram. "Facial Recognition Systems at the Checkout: Are We Living in a Cashless Society?" 702 ABC Radio: Mornings with Linda Mottram Jul. 2013: 10.40 a.m.-10.50 a.m..
  188. Katina Michael. "Wearable computers challenge human rights" ABC Science Jul. 2013.
  189. Katina Michael and Katherine Albrecht. "The Technological Trajectory: From Wearables to Implantables" Katherine Albrecht: Talk Radio with a Freedom Twist Jul. 2013.
  190. Nick Rheinberger, Katina Michael, and Alexander Hayes. "Reflections from the Wearable Computing Conference in Toronto, Canada" ABC Radio 97.3 on Mornings Jul. 2013: 10.30 a.m.-11.00 a.m..
  191. Nicole Haddow and Katina Michael. "Keeping Tabs on Dad" WAtoday.com.au Jul. 2013.
  192. PR Newswire and Katina Michael. "IEEE Computer Society's Computer Magazine Explores Opportunities and Challenges of Big Data" PR Newswire Jun. 2013.
  193. Alexander Hayes, Katina Michael, and Nick Rheinberger. "IEEE ISTAS13- People as Sensors: The Social Implications of Living in a Smart World" ABC Radio 97.3 on Mornings Jun. 2013: 9.30 am-9.56 am.
  194. Global Times - Xinhua China and Katina Michael. "Living in a smart world" Global Times Jun. 2013.
  195. Bernie Goldie, Katina Michael, and Alexander Hayes. "Living in a Smart World - People as Sensors" University of Wollongong: Media Release Jun. 2013.
  196. Alysha Aitken and Katina Michael. "Pop password pill, or simply stick it" mX Jun. 2013’
  197. John Morrisson and Katina Michael. "Warranted and Warrantless Tracking in Australia by Law Enforcement Agencies: Mass Surveillance, PRISM and the NSA Scandal" ABC Radio 97.3 on Statewide Drive Program Jun. 2013: 4.20 pm-4.33 pm.
  198. Vicky Wallace and Katina Michael. "Processing the Potential of 'Big Data'" Research and Innovation News May. 2013: 5.
  199. UOW Media Unit, Alexander Hayes, and Katina Michael. "Are We Ready to Live In An Uberveillance Society?" UOW Latest News Apr. 2013.
  200. Asher Moses and Katina Michael. "Privacy problems over an online eye" stuff.co.nz Mar. 2013.
  201. Asher Moses and Katina Michael. "Through the looking glass into the future" Sydney Morning Herald Mar. 2013.
  202. Cassie Slane and Katina Michael. "Google Glass Privacy Issues Could Be a Buzzkill" BestTechie Mar. 2013.
  203. Cassie Slane and Katina Michael. "Yes, Your Cloud Storage Provider Is Looking For Child Porn In Your Files" Huffington Post Mar. 2013.
  204. Katina Michael and Linda Mottram. "Policing and the New Visibility: Body Worn Video Recorders Are Coming" Mornings with Linda Mottram: ABC 702 Sydney Mar. 2013: 8.45am-8.48am.
  205. Katina Michael, Rebecca Brice, Dan DeFillipi, and Glen McEwan. "Secret criminal chat world of 'online underground'" PM - News & Current Affairs Mar. 2013.
  206. Ross Stevenson, John Burns, and Katina Michael. "Drones: Good or Evil?" 3AW Breakfast Show Feb. 2013: 7.49 a.m.-7.54 a.m.
  207. Keyana Tenant and Katina Michael. "WIE Featured Person of the Month Highlights (Katina Michael)" IEEE Women in Engineering Newsletter Jan. 2013: 1, 7.
  208. Emma Papaemanuel, Katina Michael, and Peter Johnston. "Natural disasters and early warning systems in Australia" SBS Greek Language Radio Jan. 2013: 7.30 a.m.-7.45 a.m.
  209. Kerri Worthington, Katina Michael, Peter Johnson, and Paul Barnes. "Are disaster early warnings effective?" SBS Radio: World News Jan. 2013.
  210. Sally Sara, Ashley Hall, Peter Johnson, and Katina Michael. "Concern people without latest technology will miss fire warnings" ABC Radio: PM with Mark Colvin Jan. 2013.
  211. Katina Michael. "Social media new tool for fire warnings" National 9 News Jan. 2013.
  212. Katina Michael, Paul Barnes, Peter Johnson, Thomas Duff, and Joseph Milton. "Sound the alarm! Improving disaster warning systems" Background Briefing: Australian Science Media Centre, Jan. 2013: 12.00 p.m.-1.00 p.m.
  213. Tim Williams and Katina Michael. "Rundle Mall's plan to use mobile phone technology to track shoppers as they shop" The Australian Jan. 2013.
  214. Craig Butt and Katina Michael. "Apps that will help you keep your resolve" The Sydney Morning Herald Dec. 2012: 5.
  215. Fred Mintzer and Katina Michael. "Featured Articles" IEEE Technical Activities Community Spotlight Newsletter Dec. 2012.
  216. Katina Michael and Tess Gilfedder. "OpinionNet Monitoring of Social Media by the Government, for Emergency Services, and for Brand Marketing- What are the social-ethical issues?" The Wire - Independent News and Current Affairs (Radio 4EB FM 98.1 Brisbane) Nov. 2012.
  217. Jane Lee and Katina Michael. "Government cracks down on identity fraud" The Age Nov. 2012.
  218. Lisa Wachsmuth and Katina Michael. "Glogging Your Every Move" Illawarra Mercury: News Nov. 2012: 10.
  219. Kathy Pretz and Katina Michael. "If you track me, will we still trust each other?" IEEE Institute Nov. 2012.
  220. Benjamin Phillips and Katina Michael. "Boost to CCTV Camera Funding in Australian Cities to Reduce Crime: What are the Risks?" 4EB 98.1 FM Brisbane Oct. 2012
  221. Katina Michael and Cathy Bell. "The eSurveillance Proposal by Attorney-General's (AG) Department: What are the Potential Privacy Implications?" National Morning Program on ABC NewsRadio Jul. 2012: 11.45-11.52am.
  222. Katina Michael, Dave Hughes, Charlie Pickering, and Carrie Bickmore. "ID Scan or Scam?" The Project Oct. 2012: 6.04 pm-6.10 pm.
  223. Bernie Goldie and Katina Michael. "Transforming lives with medical bionics" UOW Media Releases May. 2012.
  224. Sonja Heydeman and Katina Michael. "Victoria Police Assessing Spy Drones" SEN SportSENtral: SEN 116 and MyMP News (Victoria) May. 2012.
  225. Brian Corrigan and Katina Michael. "Can your boss be a Facebook “friend”?" Australian Financial Review: Technology>Digital Mar. 2012.
  226. Jemma Bradwell and Katina Michael. "Security workshop brings 'sousveillance' under the microscope" University of Wollongong: Latest News Mar. 2012.
  227. Katina Michael and Grace Farrah. "Police Warn of the Perils of Online Social Networks for Children" 2ST Illawarra, Shoalhaven and Southern Highlands Dec. 2011: 12.30 pm-12.40 pm.
  228. Katie Cincotta, Kate Ashford, and Katina Michael. "The New Privacy Predators" Women's Health Nov. 2011.
  229. Paul Bevan and Katina Michael. "Pre-commitment Technology for Problem Gamblers- What are the Privacy Risks?" ABC Radio Newcastle: 1233 Drive Program Oct. 2011: 4.07 pm-4.17 pm.
  230. Martin A. Zavan and Katina Michael. "Your credit history could soon be up for sale" ninemsn.com.au | Finance Oct. 2011.
  231. Katina Michael and Tom Elliot. "Big Brother, Location Tracking and Shopping Malls" 3AW 693 DriveTime: Melbourne Oct. 2011: 5.07 pm-5.14 pm.
  232. Katina Michael. "The microchipping of people and the uberveillance trajectory" The Social Interface Sep. 2011.
  233. Jenna Bradwell and Katina Michael. "Katina Michael takes helm of tech magazine" UOW News & Media: Latest News Aug. 2011.
  234. Katina Michael and Kim Landers. "Cybercrime and Social Media" ABC News 24: Afternoon Live with Kim Landers May. 2011: 4.10 PM-4.16 PM.
  235. Katina Michael and Grace Farrah. "Children, Teenagers and Social Network Sites: What are the Risks and What Can We Do to Overcome Them" 2ST Illawarra, Shoalhaven and Southern Highlands Jul. 2011: 11.15 a.m.-11.25 a.m.
  236. Katina Michael and Ashley Broom. "The Brocial Network and the Potential for Cyberstalking" MTR 1377AM Melbourne Talkback Radio: Breakfast Show May. 2011: 9.35 AM-9.41 AM.
  237. Katina Michael and Paul Murray. "The Brocial Network and the Risks of Uploading Geotagged Photos on Social Media" 6PR 882 Perth News Talk: Breakfast Program May. 2011: 9.00 AM-9.10 AM.
  238. Katina Michael and Denis O'Kane. "The Brocial Network Facebook Site and its Impact on Community Members" 3AW 693 Melbourne News Talk: Mornings May. 2011: 8.35 AM-8.45 AM.
  239. Katina Michael and Angela Owens. "Sony Playstation Security Breach and Apple iPhone Tracking Applications" ABC Radio Central West NSW: Mornings with Angela Owens Apr. 2011: 8.35-8.45.
  240. Katina Michael and Kim Landers. "Cybercrime and Social Media" ABC News 24: Afternoon Live with Kim Landers May. 2011: 4.10 PM-4.16 PM.
  241. Darren Pauli, M.G. Michael, and K. Michael. "Govt launches security research network" ZDNet Sep. 2010.
  242. Bonita Brown and K. Michael. "Concerns about Councils using Tools like Google Maps for Surveillance on People’s Properties" ABC Illawarra Radio: Drive Sep. 2010: 5.25 pm-5.30pm.
  243. Shannon Tonkin and K. Michael. "Spy in the Sky Zooms in on Illegal Backyard Pools" Illawarra Mercury: News Sep. 2010: 13.
  244. K. Michael. "Stop Social Network Pitfalls" Illawarra Mercury: Opinions Aug. 2010: 22.
  245. Darren Pauli and K. Michael. "Grandkids to welcome 'uberveillance'" Computerworld: The Voice of IT Management Jun. 2010.
  246. K. Michael and Katherine Albrecht. "Microchip Implants and the Consequences of Emerging Technologies" Katherine Albrecht: Talk Radio with a Freedom Twist Mar. 2010: 8.00 am-9.00 am.
  247. M.G. Michael and K. Michael. "Uberveillance cements its position as an official dictionary word" UOW News and Media: Latest News Feb. 2010.
  248. Head, B. (13 August 2009). "Human implantable “black-box” technologies need greater scrutiny." iTWire Retrieved 13 August 2009.
  249. Currie, M. (July 2009). "Pastures New." Brand 3(1): 6-10.
  250. Goldie, B. (20 July 2009). "Workshop focus on social implications of covert policing." UOW Latest News.
  251. Goldie, B. (25 June 2009). "Conference examines wearable computing technologies in education." UOW Latest News.
  252. Jones, W. (May 2009). Couple Explores Brave New World. Northern Leader.
  253. Parsons, S. and K. Michael (May 2009). The Trajectory of Chip Implants for Humancentric Applications. ABC Illawarra: Morning Show 97.3 FM @ 10.50am.
  254. Shaw, E. (May 2009). Book Throws Light on New Technologies. Illawarra Mercury.
  255. Goldie, B. (April 2009). "Rapid pace of technological change goes beyond George Orwell predictions." UOW Latest News.
  256. Purvis, J. and K. Michael (2009). Keeping Track of Things. UniSpeak: a, 9.
  257. Russell, K. and K. Michael. (2009). "Community Policing or Big Brother?" SBS World View.
  258. Shaw, E. (25 February 2009). "Big Brother an Inside Job." Illawarra Mercury.
  259. Michael, M. G. and K. Michael. (4 February 2009). "Uberveillance." Schott's Vocab.
  260. Kurosawa, S. (31 January 2009). "Setjetters glamping it up." The Australian.
  261. Schmidt, L. (28 January 2009). "Profile Susan Butler." The Sydney Morning Herald.
  262. Asher, J., K. Michael, et al. (January 2009). "Humans 'will be implanted with microchips'." ninemsn.
  263. McIlwain, K. (January 2009). "Vote 1 Uberveillance: UOW Term in Running for 2008 Word of the Year." UOW Latest News.
  264. Rheinberger, N. and K. Michael (January 2009). "What is Uberveillance? In the Running for Word of the Year." ABC Illawarra: DriveTime 97.3FM @ 4.30PM.
  265. Fetin, M. and K. Michael (November 2008). "The Use of Biometric Identifiers in Clubs: the Position of the Australian Privacy Foundation." Perth: RTRFM 92.1 on Morning Magazine.
  266. Madruga, A. K., K. Michael, et al. (May 2008). "Take Two: Dr Katina Michael and Sarah Fusco." WiSeNet Journal- Women in Science Enquiry Network.
  267. Maher, L. and K. Michael (Feb 2008). "The Case for Biometrics in National Security- The Australian National Audit Office Report." ABC Canberra: DriveTime 666 Feb. 2008.
  268. Staff. (5 December 2007). "You're Being Watched Right Now." ABC News: Money.
  269. Smith, R. E. (26 November 2007). "Scary Stuff." Forbes.
  270. Goldie, B. (October 2007). "Social Implications of National Security Workshop Conducted." UOW Latest News.
  271. Nicole and K. Michael (October 2007). "The Technological Trajectory of Surveillance Technology." i98 FM: News.
  272. Farrell, N. (28 September 2007). "Intrusive Technology Makes You Nuts." The Enquirer.
  273. Findlay, A. (28 September 2007). "New tech could take toll on mental health: experts." Sun Media: C-Health.
  274. Derrick, S., K. Michael, et al. (September 2007). "Humancentric Applications of RFID Chips." WIN TV Southern NSW (Channel 9) Australia - News.
  275. Rheinberger, N. and K. Michael (September 2007). "The Rise of Uberveillance." ABC Illawarra: Morning Show 97.3 FM.
  276. Margetson, R. and K. Michael (June 2007). "Microchip Implants and Location-Based Services." ABC Darwin: Morning Show 105.7 FM.
  277. Michael, K. and M. G. Michael. (17 May 2007). "Welcome to the Rise of Homo Electricus." UOW News Articles.
  278. Cahill, M. and K. Michael (May 2007). "Microchip Implants and Future Applications." ABC Mid North Coast: Afternoon Show.
  279. Emma and K. Michael (May 2007). "The Social Implications of Information Security Measures on Citizens and Business: An Interview with Katina Michael." ABC Illawarra, 97.3 FM.
  280. Jemma and K. Michael (May 2007). "The Second Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security." WAVE FM - News.
  281. Minus, J. (May 2007). Microchips for Humans. Illawarra Mercury.
  282. Sweeting, G. and K. Michael (May 2007). "Microchip Implants." StateFocus - Southern Cross NSW (Channel 10).
  283. Latham, E. and K. Michael (February 2007). Is RFID Safe and Secure? Radio Comms Asia-Pacific Magazine.
  284. Staff (2007). Get some chips with your beer. Illawarra Mercury: 5.
  285. Michael, K. (January 2007). "Book Review: "IP Location" by Martin Dawson et al." Amazon.com
  286. Michael, K. (October 2006). Hi-tech vs privacy. Illawarra Mercury.
  287. Michael, K. (October 2006). Soap Box: If Katina Michael could send a message to government, it would be this... Government News.
  288. Feltham, J. and K. Michael (May 2006). "National Security: the Access Card Debate and Emerging Technologies." VOXFM: Crossfire, 106.9 FM.
  289. Goldie, B. (May 2006). "What should Australians give up in interest of national security?" University of Wollongong: Latest News.
  290. Messaris, G. and K. Michael (May 2006). "Australia's National Security: An Interview with Dr Katina Michael." SBS Greek Radio News 1107 AM.
  291. Michael, K. (May 2006). "The social implications of national security." University of Wollongong: Latest News.
  292. Puplick, C. and K. Michael (May 2006). "Former NSW Privacy Commissioner Speaks at Wollongong National Security Workshop." WIN TV Southern NSW (Channel 9) Australia - News.
  293. Rheinberger, N. and K. Michael (May 2006). "The First Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security: An Interview with the Program Chair." ABC Illawarra: Morning Show 97.3 FM.
  294. Staff (May 2006). Uni workshop focuses on safety, security. Wollongong Advertiser: 3.
  295. Michael, K. (May 2000). "7th Annual MapWorld Conference." Directions Magazine: The Worldwide Source for Geospatial Technology.
  296. Michael, K. (March 2000). "Women In GIS: Katina Michael." Directions Magazine: The Worldwide Source for Geospatial Technology.
  297. Michael, K. (January 2000). "Nortel Networks: Assesses Customer Needs Quickly and Accurately with MapInfo." MapInfo Corporation.

Documentary

  1. Katina Michael features in Stare Into The Lights My Pretties… directed by Jordan Brown and released on November 13, 2017.
  2. Katina Michael, August 12, 2017, “The Rights and Wrongs of Implantables", IEEE Sections Congress 2017
  3. Katina Michael features in In My Mind: Social Obsession, directed by Suzi Jowsey Featherstone and released on demand by AttitudeLive.com as well as receiving national coverage on television channels across the world (TVNZ in New Zealand July 16, 2017, and SBS in Australia March 5, 2018).
  4. Katina Michael in Implantable Technologies for Non-Medical Applications on September 26, 2016, Directed and produced by Declan Bowring, November 26, 2016.
  5. Niko Auer, February 5, 2016, “Uberveillance: Big Brother on the Inside Looking Out”.
  6. Ben Moir, Gordon Wallace, Katina Michael and Rick Gilmore, feature in “The Human Machine: Technology is becoming a part of us, what are the benefits and risks this poses?" on October 2, 2015 in Ben Perry’s Mind Shift | Blender.
  7. Katina Michael features in Star of Outlook in Hangzhou Province on June 7, 2015.
  8. Katina Michael and Deniz Gokyer feature in “No Limits to Watching?” filmed by UOW on September 13, 2013, for Communications of the ACM.
  9. Katina Michael features in “Contemporary Technology and Society Issues” on June 14, 2013 filmed by Jordan Brown.
  10. Katina Michael features in “Data Control” filmed by UOW on February 28, 2011 for fet11 and the PerAda Network in the EU, discussing This Pervasive Day.
  11. Katina Michael features in a UOW film reflecting on what makes UOW unique, UOW News, September 3, 2009.
  12. Katina Michael features in “Reflections on Technological Innovations” on July 28, 2009, filmed by Jordan Brown.
  13. Katina Michael features in “End to End Pre-Sales Engineering” on September 22, 2006, filmed by UOW LIFT for the subject IACT304 Principles of eBusiness.
Fall 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
HSD 598Special Topics
Spring 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
FIS 111Welcome to the Future
Presentations

In Session 1 (Spring) of 2019 I will be teaching Welcome to the Future in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society.

In Session 2 (Fall) of 2019 I will be teaching a new course (TBA) in the School of Computing, Informatics & Decisions Science Engineering.

 

Previously at the University of Wollongong

Between 2001 and 2017 I taught predominantly at the University of Wollongong’s main campus. I have also taught at UOW’s Innovation Campus, Sydney Business School, and in Singapore to multiple partners. I have also given guest lectures at UOW Dubai, UOW Hong Kong, and INTI Laureate Malaysia to our international students. I have coordinated, lectured and tutored into several programs:

  • Bachelor of Information Technology BIT (Informatics Faculty)
  • Bachelor of Computer Science BCS (Informatics Faculty)
  • Bachelor of Business Information Systems BBIS (Informatics Faculty)
  • Masters of Information Technology, MIT (Informatics Faculty)
  • Masters of Information Technology Management, MITM (Informatics Faculty)
  • Masters of Business Administration, MBA (Business Faculty)
  • Masters of Transnational Crime Prevention, MTCP (Law Faculty)

At different times during my career at the University of Wollongong, I have been the Academic Program Director for:

  • Bachelor of Information Technology
  • Masters of Information Technology Management
  • Masters of Electronic Commerce

Degree and Course Areas Taught at UOW and UOW Partners

  1. ISIT909 Advanced Business Process Management (2012)
  2. LEGL952 Cybercrime (2011, 2012)
  3. ISIT313 Corporate Responsibility & Information Technology (2010)
  4. ISIT301 Professional Practice and Ethics (2009)
  5. ISIT205 Social Impact of Technology (2009, 10)
  6. IACT406 Strategic eBusiness Solutions (2003, 2004, 2006)
  7. IACT304 Principles of eBusiness (2003, 2004 Singapore Institute of Management, 2006, 2007)
  8. IACT301/MCS9301 Information and Communication Security (2006)
  9. IACT405/905 IT & Innovation (2005, 2006)
  10. IACT422/922 Case Studies in IT (Location-Based Services) 2004
  11. IACT416/916 Organisational Issues in IT (2002 Sydney Business School, 2003)
  12. IACT406 Business Online (2002)
  13. IACT918 Corporate Network Planning (2002, Harbridge Singapore)
  14. IACT401/901 IT Strategic Planning (2001)

Completion of Introduction to Tertiary Teaching (ITT) Units 1 and 2 (2002-2003) and Unit 3 (2007) receiving a teaching scholarship on the theme of total curriculum management and distributive leadership.

 

Conference and Workshop Presentations

  1. Michael, K. (2004). Knowledge Management. Knowledge & Culture: Organisational Intangibles & Their Tangible Value Greenwich, UK, 3-6th August: Greenwich.
  2. Chew, T. Y.* and K. Michael (2005). Locat'em: Towards Hierarchical Positioning Systems. 32nd Annual Research Seminars for School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems SNAP, University of New South Wales, Australia.
  3. Michael, K. (2005). The Use of Geospatial Intelligence for National Security: Determining the Threats and Identifying the Critical Infrastructure to Protect. Risk Assessment Workshop: The Research Network for a Secure Australia University of New South Wales, Australia.
  4. Johnston, K.,* K. Michael, et al. (2007). Consumer Awareness in Australia on the Prospect of Humancentric RFID Implants for Personalized Applications. Special Session of the Sixth IEEE International Conference on Mobile Business (Presentation Only), Toronto, Canada, IEEE.
  5. Michael, K. (2007). Total Curriculum Management: A Lifecycle Approach. Teaching and Learning Scholars Retreat, Cleveland, Victoria.
  6. Michael, M. G. and K. Michael (2008). Überveillance: 24/7 x 365 People Tracking & Monitoring. You are where you’ve been: Technological threats to your location privacy, Sydney, NSW, Australia, UNSW, Australia.
  7. Goldsmith, A. and K. Michael (2009). Police Accountability in an Age of Uberveillance. Australia and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference: Crime and Justice Challenges in the 21st Century: Victims, Offenders and Communities, Perth, Australia, Australia and New Zealand Society.
  8. Michael, K., M. G. Michael, et al. (2009). The Dilemmas of using Wearable Computing to Monitor People: An Extended Metaphor on the Tracking of Prison Inmates and Parolees. Australia and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference: Crime and Justice Challenges in the 21st Century: Victims, Offenders and Communities, Perth, Australia, Australia and New Zealand Society of Criminology.
  9. Abbas, R.* and K. Michael (2009). Covert Policing using Unobtrusive Global Positioning Systems Trackers: A Demonstration. The Social Implications of Covert Policing, National Europe Centre, Australian National University, Canberra, NEC- ANU.
  10. Abbas, R.,* K. Michael, et al. (2009). Demonstrating the Potential for Covert Policing in the Community: Five Stakeholder Scenarios. The Social Implications of Covert Policing, National Europe Centre, Australian National University, Canberra, NEC- ANU.
  11. Michael, K. (2009). The Emergence of Community Policing Networks. Crossing Borders- Promoting Regional Law Enforcement Cooperation: European, Australian and Asia-Pacific Perspectives, Australian National University, Canberra, NEC- ANU.
  12. Michael, K. and C. Harfield (2009). The European Court of Human Rights Ruling Against Britain's Policy of Keeping Fingerprints & DNA samples of Criminal Suspects. The Social Implications of Covert Policing, National Europe Centre, Australian National University, Canberra, NEC- ANU.
  13. On Regulating Location Tracking and Implantable Technology for Non-Medical Applications: The Road Ahead (with Roba Abbas and Anas Aloudat), Institute for Social Transformation Research (ISTR) (2010).
  14. National Security versus Consumer Privacy: The Issues Surrounding the Cooperation between Business and Government in the Monitoring of Smart Phones used by Illicit Networks, Illicit Networks (2010).
  15. RFID Implantable Devices for Humans and the Risk versus Reward Debate: "What are we waiting for?", PerAda Workshop on Security, Trust and Privacy (2010).
  16. Implementing Namebers Using Implantable Technologies: The Future Prospects of Person ID (with M.G. Michael), 'This Pervasive Day' Workshop, Imperial College London (2010).
  17. The Application of Location-Based Emergency Warning Systems and the Socio-Ethical Considerations Surrounding Government Mandated Location-Based Services (with Anas Aloudat), CEPS Conference 2011: Risk and Resilience-Redefining Security (2011), Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
  18. Implantable Virus Detection Systems in Humans (with M.G. Michael), Exposing Bodies: Surveillance & Embodiment (2011), Sydney University, NSW, Australia.
  19. The Prüm Treaty and the Implications of the European Court of Human Rights’ Ruling Against the UK’s Policy of Keeping Fingerprints and DNA Samples of Criminal Suspects Indefinitely, Exposing Bodies: Surveillance & Embodiment (2011), Sydney University, NSW, Australia.
  20. The FBI’s Cybercrime Alert on Mattel’s Barbie Video Girl: A Possible Method for the Production of Child Pornography or Just another Point of View, The 4th Regional Conference on Cybercrime and International Criminal Cooperation (CICC11) (2011).
  21. Heaven and Hell: Visions for Pervasive Adaptation (with Edinburgh Napier University, Jeremy Pitt, and Nikola Serbedzija), FET11: The European Future Technologies Conference and Exhibition (2011).
  22. The Case Against Mandatory Data Retention Laws in Australia, New Media Regulation and Cultural Literacies -- The Need for Evidence-Based Policy (Institute for Social Transformation Research) (2012).
  23. The Social Implications of Bionics, The 3rd Asia-Pacific Symposium on Nanobionics (2012).
  24. Sousveillance and Point of View Technologies in Law Enforcement: An Overview (with M.G. Michael), The Sixth Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security: Sousveillance and Point of View Technologies in Law Enforcement (An Overview) (2012).
  25. Microchip Implants for Employees in the Workplace: Findings from a Multi-Country Survey of Small Business Owners (with Christine Perakslis and M.G. Michael), Surveillance and/in Everyday Life: Monitoring Pasts, Presents and Futures (2012).
  26. Towards the Blanket Coverage DNA Profiling and Sampling of Citizens in England, Wales and Northern Ireland: A Historical Review, Surveillance and/in Everyday Life: Monitoring Pasts, Presents and Futures (2012).
  27. Big Data and Policing: The Pros and Cons of Using Situational Awareness for Proactive Criminalisation, Centre for Excellence in Policing and Security: Human Rights and Policing Conference (2013).
  28. Forum Proceedings from “UAVs: Pros vs Cons Symposium” in Toronto, Canada, June 2013, Unmanned Aerial Systems and Public Safety: Capabilities, Uses and Regulation (2014).
  29. Michael, K. and M. Michael (2015). Of drones and kill lists, and big dogs with disposition. Unmanned Aircraft & Ground Systems: Implications for Crime Control, Information Assurance, and Privacy. H. Farber. Law and Society Association Conference, Seattle, Washington, Law and Society Association.
  30. Katina Michael, “Renewable Energy Toward Sustainability”, International Conference on Renewable Energy and Materials for Sustainability, ICREMS, Noorul Islam University, India, 20th October, 2016.
  31. Sarah J. Fusco, Katina Michael, Roba Abbas, Anas Aloudat, “Location-Based Social Networking: Major Findings from Focus Groups and Observational Studies”, IEEE 2016 Conference on Norbert Wiener in the 21st Century, University of Melbourne, Australia, 13-15th July, pp. 1-2.
  32. Katina Michael, August 19, 2016, “Repurposing Medical Implants from Therapeutics to Augmentation: the money is where the market is”, Wearable and Implantable Sensors Workshop, Leon Kane-Maguire Theatre, AIIM Facility, Innovation Campus, North Wollongong.
  33. Katina Michael, “Official Launch of Remaining Human: Norbert Wiener and the Lost Science of Cybernetics, a documentary by Mitchell Johnson,” IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society, Kerala, India, 20-22nd October, 2016.
  34. Katina Michael, May 18, 2017, “Coming to Grips with Evidence-Based Policing: Body Worn Video Recorders and Beyond”, Fifth Annual Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy and Ethics.
  35. Katina Michael, August 11, 2017, “Human Values and Technology: What Makes a Happy Life?”, IEEE ISTAS17, Sydney, Australia.
  36. Katina Michael, May 18, 2018, “Your body and Your Brain “At Risk” – The Business of Recalling Biomedical Implants”, Governance of Emerging Technology and Science (GETS2018), ASU College of Law, Phoenix, Arizona.
  37. Katina Michael, April 15, 2018, “Risks Associated with Implantable Devices”, 9th Annual International Conference on Ethics in Biology, Engineering, & Medicine, Florida International University, Miami, Florida. 

Conference and Workshop Panels

  1. Panel 2- Regulation, policy recommendations and responses (with Jonathan Clough, Scott Mellis, Simon Brown, Graham Ingram, Alana Maurushat, and Jason Ryning), ANU Cybercrime Observatory Workshop 2013 (2013).
  2. Panel Discussion: Using Crowdsourced Geosocial Intelligence for Civic Infrastructure Planning (with Etienne Turpin, Tomas Holderness, and Rohan Wickramasuriya Denagamage), UAV Triple Zero Summit (2014).
  3. Katina Michael (Chair), James Hughes, Greg Adamson, Marcus Wigan, “Can we program ethics into AI?”, IEEE 2016 Conference on Norbert Wiener in the 21st Century, University of Melbourne, Australia, 15th July.
  4. Rob Livingstone, Katina Michael, Alex Kidman, “The Data Keyhole: Security, Privacy & Civil Liberties”, Northside Forum, 13 August 2016, Union Hotel, North Sydney.
  5. Sarada Jayakrishnan, Katina Michael, Jackie Haliday, Ramalatha Marimuthu, Vijay S Paul and Sabarinath Pillai, October 2016, “Joint SSIT Panel along with Women in Engineering (WIE) and Young Professional (YP),” IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society, Kerala, India, Udaya Samudra.
  6. Takoi Hamrita, Katina Michael, Bozenna Pasik-Duncan, Celia Shahnaz, Sainab Taiwo Ninalowo, Narelle Clark, August 11, 2017, “Women Empowerment though Engagement in Activities impacting Society and Humanity Panel”, IEEE ISTAS17, Sydney, NSW.
  7. Katina Michael, Gerardo Montoya, Franki Chamaki, Phillip Wright, and Rachel Bunder, September 26, 2017, “Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning as Emerging Technologies in Social and Environmental Impact”, Energy Lab/UTS, NSW, Australia.
  8. Vijay Sivraman, Katina Michael, Greg Killeen, September 20, 2017, “Smart Lifestyles Panel, ACCANect: Your Place in the Connected World, UTS, NSW, Australia.
  9. Simon Longstaff, Katina Michael, Meow-Ludo Meow-Meow, Abdullahi Alim, Christine Owenelle, Jason Bender, 19-20 September 2017 AFR Innovation Summit, Circular Quay, NSW, Australia.
  10. Katina Michael, Shanti Korporaal, Meow Meow, Rebecca Herold, December 14, 2017, “Panel: From Wearables to Implantables that Measure and Enhance Human Behaviour: What can we do already? And where are we headed?” IEEE Life Sciences Conference 2017, Sydney, NSW, Australia.
  11. Jason Robert, George Poste, Jane Bambauer, Geoff D. Moggridge, May 18, 2018, “Innovations in Health Technology (Plenary Panel)”, Governance of Emerging Technology and Science (GETS2018), ASU College of Law, Phoenix, Arizona. 
  12. Heather Nesbitt, Julian Bolleter, Katina Michael, Michael J Gadiel, March 16, 2018, “Contemporary and Future Approaches to Health Promotion”, NSW Health Promotion Annual Forum 2018, Kings Cross, NSW, Australia.

Conference and Workshop Tutorials

  1. WORKSHOP | Body Worn Video Recorders: The Socio-Technical Implications of Gathering Direct Evidence (with Alexander Hayes), INFORMA Police Technology Forum 2013 (2013).
  2. Katina Michael, May 9, 2017, “Humancentric RFID: Socio-Technical Learnings from Industry Cases”, IEEE RFID 2017 Workshop, Phoenix Convention Centre, Phoenix, AZ, USA.
  3. Katina Michael, May 9, 2017, “The Technological Trajectory of RFID: Science Fiction, Business Scenarios, and Transnational Surveys”, IEEE RFID 2017 Workshop, Phoenix Convention Centre, Phoenix, AZ, USA.
  4. Katina Michael and Roba Abbas, July 31, 2017, “Tutorial: Methodological Approaches to Location-Based Social Networking (LBSN) Research”, IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining, Mercure Sydney, Australia.
  5. Katina Michael and Roba Abbas, April 10, 2018, “Mobile Alerts for People who Wander: Where RFID/NFC, Biometrics and GPS meet”, IEEE RFID 2018 Workshop.
  6. Katina Michael and Adam Trevarthen, April 10, 2018, “Total Farm Management Practices Using RFID: Two Australian Dairy Farm Case Studies”, IEEE RFID 2018 Workshop. 

Roundtables

  1. Michael, K. (2007). Total Curriculum Management (TCM): An Integrated Curriculum Using Distributed Content. Distributive Leadership for Learning and Teaching | Assessment Roundtable, Sydney, NSW, Australia, University of Wollongong, University of Tasmania.
  2. Michael, K. (2009). The National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women. Representing the Australian Privacy Foundation at the Amnesty International Roundtable Forum, NSW Action Centre, Chippendale, Australia.
  3. Katina Michael, M.G. Michael, Sharon R. Bradley-Munn, “Drones ‘R Us: Microchipping Military Personnel for Command and Control”, UNSW Chancellery, Kensington, UNSW, 29th April 2016.
  4. Katina Michael, May 29, 2017, “U.S. Relax Body-Modifying Regulation for Personnel Entering the Military”, Symposium on the Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Emerging Military Technologies, PREMT, University of Melbourne.
  5. Katina Michael, May 15, 2018, “Why Privacy Experts are Concerned about IOT?” in Gary Marchant, IOT Roundtable, ASU College of Law, Phoenix, USA.

Invited Talks to Industry and Government

  1. Michael, K. (2005). The Automatic Identification Technology System: Five Case Studies Exploring the Dynamics of Innovation in the High-tech Industry. IEEE Engineering Management Society, Singapore Chapter, Singapore.
  2. Michael, K. (2008). Representing the Australian Privacy Foundation. Consultations on the Uniform Privacy Principles Proposed by the Australian Law Reform Commission, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, 1-3 National Circuit, Canberra.
  3. Michael, K. (30 July 2009). The Language and Meaning of Implantables for Human. The IEEE Society on the Social Implications of Technology: Australian Chapter, Melbourne, Victoria, IEEE.
  4. Michael, K. (2009). Katina Michael gives Evidence as a Board Member of the Australian Privacy Foundation. Senate Standing Committee for Legal and Constitutional Affairs (Personal Property Securities Bill 2008), NSW Parliament House, Sydney, Australia.
  5. Michael, K. (2009). Session Six: Case Studies in Favour of a Federated Identity. 7th Annual Management & Information Security Forum, Sydney, NSW, Australia.
  6. Fraud prevention and control in the public sector, IIR Conferences: An Informa Business (2011).
  7. Growth of social media, growth of cyber crime, Informa Conference (2012)
  8. To what extent can cybercrime be prevented through consumer awareness? Expert panel (with John Lounsbury, Leanne Vale, and Ty Miller), Cybercrime Symposium (2012).
  9. The Challenges Posed by Wearable Technologies, ACT Gaggle initiative - mTech: The Educational Context (2013).
  10. Getting the Balance Right Between Information Security and Privacy Rights, Privacy Reform & Compliance Forum: INFORMA Conference (2013).
  11. A Brave New World of ‘Under the Skin’ Payments, Technology & Innovation - The Future of Payments (2014).
  12. “Someone(thing)” to Watch Over Me: Big Data = Big Issues (with M.G. Michael), Prime Minister & Cabinet, Australian Government (2014).
  13. Security Leaders Panel, 7th Annual Technology & Innovation – the Future of Security in Financial Services (2015).
  14. Steven Skeeves (Chair), Katina Michael, Meow Meow, Amal Graafstra, Jonathan Oxer, Deus Ex Game Launch, ITP Redfern, NSW, 20 September 2016.
  15. Hon Terry Aulich (Moderator), Elizabeth Coombs, Katina Michael, John Kendall, Stephen Wilson, 14 February 2017, “Privacy - Currency or Victim of Convenience?”, Biometrics Institute, Office of the Privacy Commissioner, NSW.
  16. Katina Michael with Alan Kohler, October 10, 2017, “Here Come the Startups”, IGCC2017 Summit, Climate Change Investment and Finance Summit, Melbourne.
  17. Katina Michael, October 11, 2017, “Self authentication – is it possible or plausible?OVUM: Banking Innovation, Radisson Blu Hotel.
  18. Katina Michael, July 27, 2017, “The Future of IOMT”, Internet of Medical Things: Balancing Benefits with Risks, BioPharma Research Council.
  19. Katina Michael and Andreas Sjöström, March 8, 2018, “Microchipping People: The Risks”, Joint Institution Lecture Series Engineers Australia and IEEE (NSW Section), Harricks Auditorium, Chatswood NSW.

Invited Talks to Academic Institutions

  1. Michael, K. (2006). Introducing the Research Network for a Secure Australia. STEP Forum: Science, Technology and Economic Progress, University of Canberra, Australia.
  2. RFID Adoption Issues: Analysis of Organizational Benefits and Risks (with Samuel F. Wamba, Byron Keating, and Tim Coltman), Auto ID Labs (2009).
  3. Michael, K. (25 August 2009). The Prüm Treaty and the Implications of the European Court of Human Rights' Ruling Against the UK's Policy of Keeping Fingerprints and DNA Samples of Criminal Suspects. Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention Seminar Series, Faculty of Law, Innovation Campus, University of Wollongong.
  4. What Can Location Based Social Networking Applications Tell Us About An Individual's Behavioural Patterns?, Institute for Innovation in Business and Social Research Retreat- University of Wollongong (2009).
  5. Tracking All Shoppers in Malls Using Mobile Phones: Good Marketing or a Breach of Privacy?, IIBSOR Research Retreat, University of Wollongong (2012).
  6. Body Worn Video (BWV) Technologies in Policing: What are the Social Implications?, IIBSOR Research Retreat (2012).
  7. Fragments from a Second Generation Greek-Australian: "Get On Board", Women of the World Series: University of Wollongong (2013).
  8. Succeeding in Literature Reviews: The Fundamentals, University of Wollongong - Dubai (2014).
  9. The New Emerging Electronic Commerce Payment Scheme Landscape in the Banking Sector: Smart cards, Radio-frequency ID, Near-field Communications and Smart Phone Apps, Nanjing University (2014).
  10. The Application of Geodemographic Data in Strategic Network Planning, Zhengzhou University (School of Information Engineering) (2014).
  11. The Socio-Ethical Implications of Wearable Technologies: Who’s Watching and Why, INTI Laureate (2014).
  12. The Social Implications of Technology and What You’re Going to Do About Them, Community College of City University (2014).
  13. Ethical Issues and Challenges in Learning Analytics, NSW Learning Analytics Working Group (2014)
  14. Katina Michael, “Microchipping People for Convenience Applications: Empathic Intelligence through Theatrics”, Arizona State University: School for the Future of Innovation in Society (SFIS), 10 November, 2016.
  15. Tomas Holderness, Etienne Turpin, Katina Michael “Uberveillance and Social Machines: The Case of Petajakarta.org”, Web Science Institute, University of Southampton, 11 October 2016.
  16. Katina Michael, “Social machines dictating social behaviors – When context is missing what is the fallout of uberveillance?”, Web Science Institute, University of Southampton, 13 October 2016.
  17. Katina Michael, “A Message to Wo(men): ‘Be What You Want to Be’”, Ada Lovelace Day, London Southbank University, 12 October, 2016.
  18. Katina Michael, May 16, 2017, “Location-based Everything: Are we ready for uberveillance?”, ASU: In the Loop, Occasional Talk, McCord Hall (MCRD) 164, Tempe, Phoenix, Arizona.
  19. Katina Michael, July 21, 2017, “Using Social Media in Public Health Research”, School of Nursing, University of Wollongong, Innovation Campus, NSW, Australia.
  20. Katina Michael, July 25, 2017, “What is Technology Addiction and How does it Affect Us?”, University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia [skype only].

Invited Talks to Citizen Groups

  1. Katina Michael, September 29, 2017, “Historical Review of Microchipping People for Non-Medical Applications (1997-2017)”, U3A: Frenchs Forest, NSW.
  2. Katina Michael, “In My Mind: Reflections on Women and Mental Health and the Demands of Communications Technologies”, Probus Bomaderry.
  3. Katina Michael, “Are people really being microchipped?”, U3A, North Kiama Neighbourhood Centre, 13 February 2017.
  4. Katina Michael, October 18, 2017, “Robots for Aged Care: Socio-ethical Issues”, U3A: Thirroul.
  5. Katina Michael, October 9, 2017, “Deep Brain Stimulation for Therapeutics: What is the prognosis?”, Probus Nowra.
  6. Katina Michael, August 2, 2017, “Microchipping Beyond Body Modification: New ID for Ticketing and Transportation?”, Kiama Mixed Probus Club, Kiama, NSW.
  7. Katina Michael, February 7, 2018, “Dealing with Dementia Gracefully: Introduction to “Together Apart” by Suzi Fetherstone Jowsey, U3A, Thirroul.
Honors / Awards

IEEE

University of Wollongong

  • Outstanding Contribution to Teaching and Learning Award Nomination, 2003 & 2011
  • Faculty Service Agreement Awards, 2003, 2004, 2005, $2000
  • Faculty & Teaching Scholars Award 2007, $10,000
  • Top 100 Engineering Women Summit in Italy 2008, $5,000
  • Postgraduate Sponsorship Award towards study of the Masters of Transnational Crime Prevention degree, 2007-2009, $16,800
  • Early Career Research Award Nomination at UOW, 2009
  • Highest grade in the Faculty of Law for Masters of Transnational Crime Prevention, University of Wollongong, 2010, $700
  • Chinese Foreign Researcher Award – Jiangsu Province, Nanjing, China (2013-2016), $13,500

IEEE Technology & Society Magazine

  • Award of Excellence – Ozzies (FOLIO) given to IEEE Technology and Society Magazine under my lead editorship and Terri Bookman as Managing Editor, 2015

IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine

  • Integral member of the Award of Excellence given to IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine - STC Technical Communications, Craig Causer as Managing Editor, 2016

Nortel Networks

  • Top Talent in Asia Award, 2000
    • An award given by John Roth, CEO

University of Technology, Sydney

  • Bachelor of Information Technology Cooperative Scholarship, 1994-1996, $30000
Editorships
  • IEEE Transactions in Technology and Society, Founding Editor in Chief (2018- )
  • Begell House’s Ethics in Biology, Engineering and Medicine, Associate Editor (2016- present)
  • IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, Senior Editor (2015- present),
  • IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Editor-in-Chief (2012- 2017), Editorial Board (2007-2011)
  • Routledge Book Series Editor, Emerging Technologies, Ethics and International Affairs (2013- present), Steven Barella, Jai C. Galliot, Avery Plaw, Katina Michael
  • Springer’s Social Network Analysis and Mining, Associate Editor (2012-2016)
  • Elsevier's Computers and Security, Associate Editor (2011-2013)
  • Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research, Technical Editor (2006-2012)
  • The Journal of Data Protection and Security, Associate Editor (2007-2009)
  • IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society, Program Chair (2013) - Wearable Technologies, Toronto, Canada
  • IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society, Program Chair (2010) - Emerging Technologies, Wollongong, Australia
  • Australian Research Council - Research Network for a Secure Australia (RNSA), Human Factors Series, Convenor, Program Chair of annual workshop on the Social Implications of National Security (SINS) (2006-present)
Professional Associations

Institute for Electronics and Electrical Engineers (IEEE)

  • Member 2004-2007, Senior Member (2007- )
  • IEEE Society on the Social Implications of Technology
  • IEEE Consumer Electronics Society
  • IEEE Medicine and Biology Society

Research Network for a Secure Australia (2005-2012)

Communications of the ACM (2005-2006)

Females in Information Technology (FIT) (2004-2008)

Graduate Faculties / Mentoring History

PhD Thesis (*currently):

  1. Nikki Stevens*: What are the unintended consequences of tracking your dog or cat?
  2. Alexander Hayes*: The Application of Location Enabled Body Worn Technologies in the Education Sector
  3. David Kolevski*: Critical Success Factors for Secure Government Cloud Solutions in the Australian Law Enforcement Sector
  4. Robert Ogie*: Exploring Graph-based Network Analysis for Improving the Management of Hydrological Infrastructure in Coastal Megacities (thesis under examination)
  5. Asslam Umar Ali*: Computational governance in open socio-technical systems
  6. Robina Tinawin*: Development of a Sustainable Process Model via Industry-Driven Career Focused ICT Curriculum in Producing Sought-After ICT Graduates - The Malaysian Context
  7. Lindsay Robertson: Identifying and avoiding technological contributions to end-user vulnerability (2018)
  8. Meng Cheow: Assessing the Impact of the Australian Information Privacy Legislation on the Secondary Use of Health Information (revising)
  9. Kennedy, H.: The Impact of Mobile Phones on Family Bonding (2014)
  10. Heath, J.: Secondary Uses of Medical Data: Ethical and Patient Perspectives (2013)
  11. Abbas, R.: Toward the Regulation of the Location-Based Services Industry (2013)
  12. Aloudat, A.: Location-based Mobile Government for Disaster Management (2012)
  13. Tootell, H.: Location Based Services and the Price of Security (2007)

Masters by Research:

  1. Sharon Rose Bradley-Munn: The Post-Modern Phenomenon of Body-Modifying Devices (2017)
  2. Kun Yang: A Spatio-Statistical Analysis of Microblogging Content: Managing Floods in Jakarta (2017)
  3. Chen, S.: Future Development Trends of Optical Transport Network Infrastructure (2007)

Honours Undergraduate Thesis:

  1. Fusco, S. (2009). Exploring trust issues in mobile location based service applications
  2. Friggieri, A. (2007). Legal ramifications of human microchipping in the United States of America
  3. Hamilton, D. (2007). Improving inventory control in a small-to-medium retailer using radio frequency identification (RFID)
  4. Ip, R. (2007). The social implications of humancentric chip implants
  5. Koppe, R. (2007). Usability perceptions, attitudes and expectations of in-car navigation systems
  6. Renegar, B. (2007). RFID adoption in the retail industry: balancing consumer value, privacy and control
  7. Sirotich, M. (2007). ePassport security under the microscope
  8. Abbas, R. (2006). The threat of public data availability to critical infrastructure protection
  9. Huber, N. (2006). Minimizing product shrinkage in the supply chain through the use of radio-frequency identification
  10. McNamee, A. (2005). Ethical issues arising from the real-time tracking and monitoring of people using GPS-based location services
  11. Perusco, L. (2005). Humancentric applications of precise location-based services
  12. Johnston, K. (2005). RFID privacy and security: a content analysis
  13. Hendy, M. (2005). Privacy and location-based services (completed 6 month project only)
  14. McKeon, L. (2005). Wi-fi drivers and inhibitors: the Australian context
  15. Chew, T-Y. (2005). The integration of positioning technologies for precise location identification
  16. Gauci, R. (2005). E-business solutions: complete versus segmented
  17. Parker, K. (2005). An investigation into GIS management strategies: a case study on one of Australia's largest telecommunications carriers
  18. Trevarthen, A. (2005). The importance of utilizing electronic identification for total farm management: a case study of dairy farms on the south coast of NSW
  19. Alves, K. (2004). Digital distribution music services and the demise of the traditional music industry: three case studies on mp3.com, Napster and Kazaa
  20. McCathie, L. (2004). The advantages and disadvantages of barcodes and radio frequency identification in supply chain management
  21. Sargent, J. (2003). The digital aid framework: A conceptual, end-to-end technology integration platform for humanitarian (refugee) relief operations
  22. Masters, A. (2003). Humancentric applications of RFID: the current state of development
  23. Moretti, D. (2003). Killer mobile application or killer cocktail? (completed 6 month project only)
  24. Wong, M-L. (2003). Mobile adoption and diffusion in the China market: 1998-2003
  25. Cooper, R. (2003). The structure of e-malls and their significance to business online
  26. Stephens, M. (2002). The motivation behind adoption of information technology in Australian small business: two case studies

Computer Science Annual Software Project

  1. Nicolas Remy, (2007), “Active RFID Application in Sydney’s E-Tollways”.
  2. Blake Stroh, Owen Berry, Adam Muhlbauer, Tim Nicholls, (2006), “AVIAN Flu Tracker: Containing Pandemics through the Application of Location-Based Services”. BOAT Software.
  3. Marcus Zeltzer, Michael Ridland, Brenton McSweyn, Derek Huang, (2005), “The Smart Supermarket System”, SSS.
  4. Robert Cross, Helen Heng, Erny Nurmin, Carlo Sogono, (2005), “Enterprise Location Assertion Database”. Katina Michael, David Evans. Customer: Nortel Networks.
  5. Andrew Cockroft, Brett Carnes, Clinton Mead, JN Yu, (2005), “Mobile Location Centre Phone Tracker”. Katina Michael, David Evans. Customer: Nortel Networks.
  6. Jackson, G. Macci, MS Erskine, and W. Turner, (2005), “Conference Organiser”. Supervisors: Valerie Baker, Katina Michael.
  7. Daniel McCabe, Adrian Fitzpatrick, Rodney Witham, Jonathan Morris, (2004), “MLC Central Request Manager”. Supervisor: Katina Michael, David Evans. Customer: Nortel Networks.
  8. Michael Green, Mitchell Stiles, Brent Gorton, Matthew Hendy, (2004), “Universal Entity Location System”, ADEPT: Advanced Displacement Entity Positioning Technology. Katina Michael, David Evans. Customer: Nortel Networks.
  9. David Williams, Kevin Rupert, Peter Ceiley, Daniel Blackhall, (2004), “Thesaurus Linguae Graeca Search Program”, Underware Ullyses. Supervisors: Katina Michael. Customer: Maria Pantelia (UC Irvine).
  10. Stephen Borneman, Amelia Masters, Renae Cooper, Marina Ferraz, (2003), “MapInfo: Geo-Statistical Target Marketing”. Random Pants. Supervisor: Katina Michael, Customer: MapInfo.
  11. C.Y. Soo, W.S Lee, K.E. Ong, S.L. Yeo, Katina Michael, (2003), “GeoLocator”. Forage-D. Supervisor: Katina Michael. Customer: MapInfo.
Work History

University of Wollongong

  • Professor (since November 2015 – to present); School of Computing and Information Technology
  • Associate Dean International (2013 - 2017); member of the executive team; Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences
    • As international dean I travelled to:
      • Singapore, Mayalsia, UAE, Hong Kong, China
  • Originally hired as a Lecturer (2002-2005), then promoted to a Senior Lecturer (2006-2009), and Associate Professor (2010-2015) Faculty of Informatics
    • As part of my research I travelled to:
      • Canada, USA, UK, India, Spain, Italy, Cyprus, Anguilla

Arizona State University

  • Faculty Fellow (2017 – Present); Centre for Law, Science & Innovation; Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law

University of Southampton

  • Visiting Academic (2016 – 2017); Web Science Institute (WSI)

Nanjing University

  • Visiting Professor (2016-2017), Department of Electronic Commerce
Service

Governance Positions at the University of Wollongong

  • Associate Dean International, Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences (2013-2017)
  • Overseeing the marketing and recruitment strategy function of a six person international team; country-specific agent management (predominantly, China, India, Malaysia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Vietnam); transnational quality assurance of over 650 subject instances, international student graduations and annual curriculum reviews, international student and staff experience reporting, international research grant funding scheme guidance (e.g. NCP Colombo), global accreditation meeting Australian standards, pathway programs definition to UOW, credit transfer agreements, relationship management of the following partners, twinning arrangements and research institute.
  • Partner Arrangements:
  • UOW Dubai, UAE
  • Singapore Institute of Management, Singapore
  • INTI Laureate, Malaysia
  • UOW Hong Kong, China
  • Twinning Arrangements:
  • Beijing Jiatong University (BJTU), Beijing, China (Mechatronic Engineering)
  • Tianjing Polytechnic University (TJPU), Tianjing, China (Information Engineering)
  • ZhengZhou University (ZZU), Zheng Zhou, Heinan Province, China (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • Strategic Research Institute
  • Chinese Central Normal University (CCNU), Wuhan Province, China (Computer Engineering and Security)
  • Advanced intercultural awareness in above markets, inclusive of indigenous communities.

Other Governance Positions at the University of Wollongong

  • I have been the School Education Committee Chair for Information Technology stream (2005-2007)
  • I have served on the Faculty Education Committee specialising in Graduate Attributes (2008-2010) and International Programs (2013-2016)
  • I have served on the University Education Committee as Associate Dean International for the Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences (2013-2017)
  • Academic Promotions Committee (professorial) (2014-2017). Member of the Faculty Education Committee (2013-2016), Chair of the Faculty International Committee (2013-2016), Member of the University Education Committee (2013-2016), Member of the University International Committee (2013- 2016), Delegate University Senate, Chair of the Learning Analytics - Ethical Use of Data Committee (2013-2016), Probation and Promotion Panellist for senior staff since 2013.
  • UOW Peer Observation of Teaching – Accredited Reviewer (2008-2017)
  • Acting Head of School for short periods (2009-2010), Australian Computer Society Accreditation (2004 & 2009), Co-Chair of Academic Board of Studies in IT (2005-2008), Deputy Chair School Education Committee (2007-2008), Academic Promotions Committee (sub-professorial) (2007-2008). Chair of School Education Committee IT (2009-2010), SITACS Curriculum Review Working Party (2002-2003, 2006-2007), SITACS Public Relations Officer (2002-2005).
  • University Education SubCommittee on eLearning Technologies (2007), SITACS Colloquium Postgraduate Convenor (2006-2007), Postgraduate Research Committee (2007), Language and International Student SubCommittee (2005), University Education SubCommittee on Cultural Inclusivity (2005).
  • Over 50 selection panels for new staff members from 2004-2017. Have also served as an external representative on panels for the School of Law, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, School of Sociology, School of Medicine, School of Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering, School of Finance and Accounting, School of Mathematics and Statistics.
  • Participation in Discovery Days, Enrichment Days, Fun Days, Living Labs, Option Day, Early Entry Programs. Girls in Engineering Days on behalf of the University of Wollongong, conducting research-related public engagement with students in high school between 2006-2009, 2012.

PhD and Masters Thesis Examiner

  • I have examined 16 PhDs for UNSW, USyd, UTS, University of Melbourne, UQ, QUT, UWA, ANU, RMIT, University of Capetown in the disciplines of information systems, geographic information systems, business administration, security, social media, knowledge management, eBusiness, and the Internet of Things.
Consulting
  • John Wiley & Sons, 2002. $2000. Sydney, NSW, Australia.
  • Nortel Networks, GIS Market Modelling, 2002-2003. $6,000
  • Booz and Allen – AIT Labelling Standard, 2009. $4,000. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
  • Commissioner for Law Enforcement Data Security (CLED) – Social Media in Law Enforcement (Issues Paper), 2012. $30,000, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
  • Katina Michael, November 28, 2017, “AI and Automation” Facilitator, Australian & New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG), Executive Program, University of Melbourne, http://www.katinamichael.com/seminars/2017/8/15/ai-and-automation-for-australian-new-zealand-school-of-government. $2000. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Board

Australian Privacy Foundation

  • Vice Chair (2012-2014)
  • Board member (2008- present)
  • Given expert evidence to the Senate Standing Committee for Legal and Constitutional Affairs (Hansard) at State and Federal Levels into Credit Reporting, the Telecommunications Act 1997 etc.
  • Media releases and media communications
  • Government and industry policy response documents
  • Public engagement and outreach

Consumers Federation of Australia (CFA) Representative (2010-2016)

  • Standard Australia’s Technical Committee CH-041 Forensics
  • Involved in the creation of six standards related to forensics. Among them the Australian forensic standards framework (AS 5388 Pts 1-4) consisting of core standards that provide a comprehensive matrix and are applicable to the majority of forensic science disciplines. These core standards cover universal aspects of forensic science, namely (Pt 1) collection of forensic material (Pt 2) examination techniques (Pt 3) interpretation of results and (Pt 4) reporting findings. This poster describes the formulation of the two core standards concerned with Interpretation (Pt 3) and Reporting (Pt 4) in forensic science.
Industry Positions

Nortel Networks

  • Senior Network and Business Planner (1999-2001)
  • Engineer (1998-1999), Network and Systems Solutions
  • Graduate Engineer (1996-1997), Systems Engineering Department
  • Nortel Networks (previously Nortel/Northern Telecom) was one of the world’s leading telecommunications vendors, specialising in digital switching equipment and later broadband networks. At its peak in 2001 it had over 80,000 employees in 110 countries

I was involved in approximately 100 business and network planning studies across Asia and North America.

  • Secondments to New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, US, Canada
  • Major clients: Telstra, Optus, Vodafone, China Telecom, KG Telecom, SingTel, SKTel, ONSE Telecom, Reliance, Bharti, BayanTel for digital switching, broadband, 2G/3G networks
  • Recognised as a vital member of the biggest wireless bid success in the Southern Hemisphere ever awarded, 500 million USD over 3 years with the Telstra Corporation.

Andersen Consulting

  • Systems Analyst (1996): Six month Cooperative Industry Semester in the Information Technology group (Caltex/Ampol Merger), specialising in Business Process Reengineering using SAP R/3 as a Systems Analyst

United Technologies - OTIS

  • Systems Analyst (1994): Six month Cooperative Industry Semester in the Management Information Systems department, developing a national training competence database management system
Pro Bono
  • MapInfo Australia, 2003. Pro-bono. Sydney, Australia.
  • Mobile Location Centre, Nortel Networks, 2004-2005. Pro-bono. Wollongong, NSW, Australia.
  • Location Intelligence Service, Andrew Corporation, 2004-2005. Pro-bono. Wollongong, NSW, Australia.
  • Telstra Australia on Cloud Computing Services sponsored by Gilbert + Tobin, 2009. Pro-bono. Sydney, NSW, Australia.
  • Workshop on the Future of the State-Society Relationship: A joint Singapore-Australia Foresight Project, 2014. Pro-bono. Canberra, ACT, Australia
  • Prime Minister and Cabinet – Attorney General’s Department – Big data – open government (COAG Data & Transparency), 2016. Pro-bono. Canberra, ACT, Australia
  • Bugbean – Ambassador AntiSocial App, 2016-2017. Pro-bono. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Executive Education Courses
  • Cicadia Innovations – Biomedical Innovation Regulation, 2017
  • Cicadia Innovations – Medical Device Commercialisation Training Program, 2017
  • Inclusive Leadership: Making Better Decisions, 2017
  • Tuning Your Promotion Prospects, 2015
  • Writing for Publication, 2015
  • Academic Promotion & Probation Committee Training, 2014
  • Student access to digital recordings of lectures, 2013
  • Communicating with Tone of Voice, 2013
  • How to Get Great Media Coverage, 2013
  • Public Speaking Workshop, 2013
  • Research Supervision Masterclass, 2013
  • LinkedIn, 2012
  • Media Interview Techniques Workshop, 2012
  • Consultation in “Clinical Trials for Nanobionics” 2012
  • Maternity Leave Information Session, 2010
  • OCTAL Information Session, 2010
  • Ethics Across the Curriculum and Academic Integrity, 2009
  • Facilitating Focus Groups, 2009
  • Getting Published: Module 2, 2009
  • Getting Published: Targeting T & L in Higher Ed, 2009
  • Policy Development and Writing at UoW, 2009
  • Supervising HDR Students- Roles & Responsibilities, 2009
  • Tuning Your Promotion Prospects, 2009
  • Formal Peer Review of Teaching at UOW, 2008
  • ULT Complete - Satisfied Course Requirements, 2008
  • UoW Teaching & Learning Forum, 2007
  • Facilitating Focus Groups, 2007
  • Human Research Ethics Committee Training, 2007
  • Making a Difference - Scholarship of Teach & Learn, 2007
  • The New Graduate Qualities, 2007
  • Chinese Cultural & Language Workshop - Acad Staff, 2005
  • Olivier’s of the Lecture Theatre (Parts 1 & 2), 2005
  • Introduction to PeopleSoft, 2005
  • First Aid Training, 2005
  • Teaching Survey Reflections - More than numbers, 2005
  • Academic Staff Selection Techniques, 2004
  • Information Session for Off-shore Teaching, 2004
  • Research Grant Management, 2004
  • Research Grant Writing - Informatics & Engineering, 2004
  • Probation - Continuing Academic Staff, 2003
  • EO Online Module 1, 2003
  • EO Online Module 2, 2003
  • Jump Starting Your Research - Academic Women, 2003
  • Starting Your Academic Career, 2003
  • Introduction to Tertiary Teaching-Online Learning, 2002
  • Introduction to Tertiary Teaching, 2002
  • Induction for New General and Academic Staff, 2002
  • Streaming Video/Audio On & Off Campus, 2002
  • Networks Planning and Design Boot Camp, 2001
  • Web Publishing with HTML, 2000
  • Nortel Networks Certified Account Specialist, 1999
  • IP/Data Certification Program Networks, Nortel Networks, 1999
  • Magellan Technical Overview, 1998
  • Nortel Products Overview, 1998
  • Network Management and Control, 1997
  • MapBasic Programming, MapInfo, 1997
  • Introduction to ABAP/4, SAP R/3, SAP Australia, 1996
  • Goal and Objective Setting, OTIS, 1994
  • Time Management, UTS, 1994