Software Engineer, Google
Phone: +61 2 9351 5711
School of Information Technologies
Level 3 West, Building J12
University of Sydney
NSW, 2006, Australia
Networking, File systems, Databases, Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), Tabletop interfaces
Greg Darke completed his Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) at the University of Sydney
His honours thesis addresses the problem of helping people achieve a faster, more
direct means to access, or, re-find their digital artefacts than is currently possible.
He proposes to use an approach based on activities.
He is a Linux/Mac fanatic, who spends a lot of his spare time writing little
applications to make his life easier.
T. Apted, J. Bunton, G. Darke, J. Kay, and B. Kummerfeld. Systems & methods for collaborative interaction, 2012. [View Details]
G. Darke, J. Kay, and B. Kummerfeld. Mobile personalisation: new challenges for privacy. In Ubiquitous User Modeling, at UMAP 2009, pages 37-40, 2009. [View Details]
T. Apted, J. Bunton, G. Darke, J. Kay, and B. Kummerfeld. Systems & methods for collaborative interaction, 2008. [View Details]