Oliver Burmeister

Associate professor, Charles Sturt University

Dr Burmeister's research is focused on information and communications technology that enhances the quality of life for all people affected by it.

He has published in leading journals, and has collaborated on and been the lead investigator on projects in ehealth and professional practice.

His expertise has been recognised internationally, seen in that he presented an invited keynote address at a global computer ethics conference in Malaysia, representing the International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP); being one of four Australian national representatives to IFIP; and being an Australian national expert advisor on a European Union funded project on eAccessibility.

His expertise has also been recognised nationally, seen in that he chairs the Australian Computer Society's national Committee on Computer Ethics; and, in his being the Charles Sturt University representative to the headspace Riverina consortium.