Dr Kelvin Ross has over 25 years of experience in software engineering and enterprise IT applications. Kelvin started his IT career in safety critical software engineering in defence, working on FA-18 airborne radar systems. After completing his PhD in safety critical systems engineering and several years in consulting in defence and transportation systems, he moved over to the commercial sector and founded KJR, specializing in software testing and assurance, which now has over 100 consultants in Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Kelvin is recognized as expert in testing and assurance of software applications across a broad range of industry domains, including e-health, public administration, finance, insurance, retail and telecommunications. Kelvin is now non-executive Chairman of KJR, and now engages in broader IT and advisory roles, including technology founder of IntelliHQ, a Healthcare AI innovation hub. He has broad interests in Machine Learning, which he sees as a dominant technology driver for the next several decades. He is an Associate Adjunct Professor at the Institute for Intelligent and Integrated Systems, Griffith University, organiser of Young Women Leaders in AI program, and has held several roles in national technical working groups (NATA and ACS).