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Greg Darke

Undergraduate Graduate
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.
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Honours Student (2008), Software Engineer, Google

Networking, File systems, Databases, Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), Tabletop interfaces

Greg Darke completed his Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) at the University of Sydney in 2008.

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.

Projects
Publications

2012

Apted, Trent; Bunton, James; Darke, Greg; Kay, Judy; Kummerfeld, Bob

Systems and Methods for Collaborative Interaction Patent

US 2012/0110471 A2, 2012, (EP2304520A1, EP2304520A4, US20110239129, US20120331395, WO2009140723A1).

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2009

Darke, Greg; Kay, Judy; Kummerfeld, Bob

Mobile personalisation: new challenges for privacy Inproceedings

Ubiquitous User Modeling, at UMAP 2009, pp. 37-40, 2009.

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2008

Apted, Trent; Bunton, James; Darke, Greg; Kay, Judy; Kummerfeld, Bob

Systems & Methods for Collaborative Interaction Journal Article

(P77249.AU), 2008.

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