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Personal profile


Upon graduating in Applied Science (Applied Physics and Computer Science), Greg enjoyed a thirty-year career in IT spanning corporate work, consulting, freelance work, and several start-ups including his own. During this time, Greg co-authored several patents.  He then returned to study gaining Postgraduate Diploma, Masters (hons.), and Doctoral degrees in quick succession. In 2017, Greg received a Vice Chancellors Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence. Following a post-doctoral role with the Rights in Records by Design project, he is now a Research Fellow in the AiLECS (Artificial Intelligence for Law Enforcement and community Safety) lab.

Research interests

Greg is currently a post-doctoral Rresearch Fellow in the AiLECS (Artificial Intelligence for Law Enforcement and Community Safety) lab.  His research intrerests include data and informations rights; the ethics of AI; systems interoperability; conceptual modelling in recordkeeping informatics; and participatory recordkeeping systems design and implementation. In his current role he is working on the application of data-science techniques to law enforcement and related societal endeavours.

Research area keywords

  • Recordkeeping informatics
  • Recordkeeping Metadata
  • Design Science
  • Archival systems
  • Records continuum
  • Social informatics


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