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Research Interests

Digital Health, Public Health Informatics, Privacy Preserving Approaches, Blockchain, AI, IoT, Geo-spatial technologies, Deep Learning,Information Systems

Education/Academic qualification

Information Systems , Master, RMIT

MBA, Master, RMIT

Digital Health & Informatics, PhD, Victoria University

External positions

CIO/CTO, Lifeguard Digital Health

2019 → …

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  • Blockchains and Provenance: How a Technical System for Tracing Origins, Ownership and Authenticity Can Transform Social Trust

    Batista, D., Kim, H., Lemieux, V., Stancic, H. & Unnithan, C., 5 Jan 2021, Provenance and trust can be seen as closely related concepts. This chapter explores the use of blockchain technology to trace provenance, taking as a framework the “taxonomy of trust” derived from the discipline of archival science. After considering the taxonomy’s three major requirements for trustworthy records—accuracy, reliability, and authenticity—the authors argue that tracing and documenting the provenance of data and records are at the nexus of how blockchains can be used to transform social trust, and that blockchain offers the potential to authenticate digital records. But if the provenance of digital objects is to be authenticated and trusted over time, blockchain systems must be designed with a view to the long-term preservation of the provenance information that such systems convey. The chapter concludes with a review of two “real world” use cases: the tracing of health data provenance using blockchain, and the authentication of assets in the world of banking and finance. Feng C. (ed.). 1 ed. Springer, Cham: Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH, p. 111-128 17 p.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterpeer-review

  • AI for Covid-19: Conduits for Public Health Surveillance

    Unnithan, C., Hardy, J. & Lilley, N., 12 Dec 2020, Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communications Technologies. Santosh, K. C. & Joshi, A. (eds.). 1 ed. Singapore: Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH, p. 9-17 9 p. (Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communications Technologies; vol. 60).

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterpeer-review

  • Australian Perspectives on Knowledge Transfer from Space Technologies to Global Health

    Unnithan, C., Babu, A. & Platz, M., 2020, Space Capacity Building in the XXI Century: Studies in Space Policy. switzerland: Springer Nature, Vol. 22. p. 183-191 9 p. (Studies in Space Policy; vol. 22).

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterpeer-review

  • Blockchain in Global Health: An Appraisal of Current and Future Applications

    Unnithan, C., Lemieux, V., Anema, A. & Broughton, A., 1 Jan 2020, Essentials of Blockchain Technology. Li, K-C., Chen, X., Jiang, H. & Bertino, E. (eds.). USA: Taylor and Francis, p. 189-202

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterpeer-review

  • Open Community Approaches (OCA) for Interfacing Space and Global Health

    Platz, M., Unnithan, C. & Niehaus, E., 2020, Studies in Space Policy. Springer Nature, p. 207-219 13 p. (Studies in Space Policy; vol. 22).

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterpeer-review