Dr Zenon Chaczko is currently the Senior Lecturer of Software Engineering at UTS, and an active member of CRIN. After 25 years of R/D experience in ICT and marine systems industry as well as concurrent 4 years of P/T lecturing at the University of Technology Sydney, he moved to full time academic position at UTS in 2002. Since then he has been Program Head of Information and Communications Technologies. He is an experienced lecturer and researcher, consistently receiving excellent teaching results and reviews from students. He is an expert software and system engineer, researcher and supervisor, having supervised/co-supervised many candidates to completion in the last 8 years. He has completed his PhD in Engineering at UTS. His specialisation is anticipatory (AI) and biomimetic middleware systems for Wireless Sensor Networks. He is an author and co-author of several innovative AI theories and computational models. His recent work in complex system simulation as well as sensor localisation, clustering, detection, data aggregation and tracking algorithms gained a very high recognition in the research community.