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Future Generation Enterprise Architecture (VIRTUAL)

CoP Symposium 2024

Event Start: Thu 27 Jun 12:00 AM
Event Finish: Thu 27 Jun 02:30 AM


Registration End Date: Wed 26 Jun 04:30 AM

<p><span style="font-size: 12pt;"><span style="font-family: Aptos,sans-serif;">Future Generation Enterprise Architecture (FGEA) CoP is based at the DigiSAS Lab, School of Computer Science, University of Technology Sydney (UTS). It provides a platform to EA practitioners, researchers and thought leaders from government, higher education, and industry to exchange innovative ideas and best practices for architecting intelligent data and digital government &amp; higher education ecosystems in the context of emerging trustworthy technologies, cyber, digital, data, AI/Gen AI adoptions, their threats and opportunities. This also aims at developing professionals and future leaders in the overall spirit of UN’s SDG Goals, Data &amp; Digital Profession.<br><em><strong>Please note that this event is for Enterprise architects, Data managers</strong></em></span></span><br><br>FGEA CoP Symposium 2024 – Q2 will be hosted in-person by the Australian Computer Society (ACS), Sydney, on Thursday 27th June 2024, 10:00am – 12:30pm AEST.<br><br><strong>AGENDA:</strong><br>10:00am    Introduction and welcome <br><strong>Professor Asif Gill</strong> &amp; ACS BEC Chair <strong>Cindy Chung</strong><br>10:10am   Data governance is a journey not a destination <br> <strong>Kate Carruthers </strong>| Chief Data &amp; Insights Officer, UNSW<br>10:40am   Digital operations architecture<br><strong>Matthew Foy </strong>| Director Digital Ops Architecture, NSW Department of Education<br>11.10am Morning tea<br>11:20am    Panel Discussion: How can organisations manage architecture data? <br><strong>Dr Terry Roach</strong> | Founder &amp; Chief Innovation Officer, Capsifi<br><strong>Dr Seyran Dehbokry</strong> | Associate Director Technology Advisory, KPMG<br><strong>Awais Malik </strong>| Pre-sales Manager-APAC, Orbus Software<br><strong>Craig Stanley</strong> | Head of EA Alliances, Head of Enterprise Architecture, Kapish<br><strong>Liam Ryan</strong> | Strategy and Operations (APAC), Avolution<br>11.50am Break<br>12:00    Get on with responsible AI and trusted data <br><strong>Professor Liming Zhu </strong>| Research Director, Software and Computational Systems, CSIRO’s DATA61 <br>12.30 Virtual event concludes</p> <p><em>* Participation in the FGEA CoP is voluntary/free and only by invitation based on the relevance to the enterprise architecture discipline and practice.</em></p>   <p> </p>

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Asif Gill

Asif Gill

Dr. Asif Gill is academic cum practitioner with extensive 20+ years experience in IT across various sectors including banking, consulting, education, finance, government, non-profit, software and telecommunication. He is Professor and Director of the DigiSAS Lab at the School of Computer Science, University of Technology Sydney.His earlier professional experience in agile software development, solution architecture, information architecture, information security, and program management provided a strong foundation for later work in strategic data-driven strategy, enterprise architecture and governance.

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Kate Carruthers

Kate Carruthers

Kate Carruthers is Chief Data & Insights Officer for UNSW Sydney, and the Head of Business Intelligence for the UNSW AI Institute. She was a foundation member of the NSW Government Data Analytics Centre Advisory Board and is a member of the Microsoft Regional Director program for cybersecurity.
Kate is co-founder of several startups, and has extensive experience in senior executive roles, working for diverse organisations such as Citibank, General Electric, AMP, Westfield (now Scentre Group), and NSW Treasury. Kate has extensive experience in the successful delivery of digital, data, ICT, and change projects across organisations of diverse sizes.


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Matthew Foy

Matthew Foy

Matthew Foy is experienced IT professional with a proven background in all aspects of information technology management and digital operations. He has extensive experience in large scale network, data centre and infrastructure design, deployment, integration and support as well as setting up strategic directions and roadmaps and align business units to deliver to them.

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Professor Liming Zhu

Professor Liming Zhu

Professor Liming Zhu is a Research Director at CSIRO’s Data61, AI/digital arm of Australian’s national science agency and a conjoint professor at UNSW. He contributes to the OECD.AI’s AI risks and Accountability, the Responsible AI at Scale think tank at Australian’s National AI Center, ISO AI Standards Committees, and Australia’s AI safety standard. His research division innovates in AI engineering, responsible/safer AI, blockchain, quantum software, privacy and cybersecurity and hosted Australia’s consumer Data Right/Open Banking standard settings.

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