Dr. David Smith
Senior Research Scientist,
CyberPhysical Systems Research Program
phone: +61 2 9490 5690
- Published in June 2016: Chapter 2 “Diversity and cooperative communications in body area networks” in IET book “Advances in Body-Centric Wireless Communication: Applications and state-of-the-art”
- Presented by Data61 Networks Student Nicole Sawyer, and Published, at IEEE ICC 2016 “Pareto-efficient cross-layer repeated game for Device-to-Device (D2D) communications” (2nd author D. Smith)
- Pre-print for IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid 2016 “Price Discrimination for Energy Trading in Smart Grid: A Game Theoretic Approach” (3rd author D. Smith)
- Co-author (with first author Jie Dong, NICTA/Data61 PhD graduate) of two forthcoming papers in ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks entitled “Socially Optimal Coexistence of Wireless Body Area Networks Enabled by a Non-Cooperative Game” and “Two-hop Relay-assisted Cooperative Communication in Wireless Body Area Networks: an Empirical Study”
David is a Senior Researcher Scientist with Data61, CSIRO (previously in NICTA) and an Adjunct Fellow with Australian National University (ANU). He was with NICTA since 2004, and in Data61 since 2016. He has been with ANU since 2004,
David received the B.E. degree in electrical engineering from the University of New South Wales, Australia, in 1997, and the M.E. (research) and Ph.D. degrees in telecommunications engineering from the University of Technology Sydney, in 2001 and 2004, respectively.
David has had a variety of industry experience in electrical and telecommunications engineering. He has published over 100 technical refereed papers and made various contributions to IEEE standardization activity. His research interests are in wireless body area networks, game theory for distributed networks, mesh networks, 5G networks, disaster tolerant networks, radio propagation, MIMO wireless systems, space-time coding, antenna design, and also in distributed optimization for smart grid.
David has been a recipient of four conference best paper awards, including one at IEEE ICC 2013
Technical Program Committees for IEEE Globecom 2016: two symposia CSSMA, “Communications Software, Services and Multimedia Apps” and MWN “Mobile and Wireless Networks”.