Katina Michael (MIEEE’04, SMIEEE’06) holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Information and Communication
Technology (ICT) from the Faculty of Informatics at the University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia (’03); a Master of Transnational Crime Prevention from the Faculty of Law at the University of Wollongong (’09) and a Bachelor of Information Technology from the School of Mathematical and Computing Science, NSW, Australia at the University of Technology, Sydney (’96).
Katina is presently an Associate Professor at the University of Wollongong in the School of Information Systems and Technology (’02-‐‘12) in Australia, and has previously been employed as a senior network engineer at Nortel Networks (’96-‐‘01). Katina has also worked as a systems analyst at Andersen Consulting and OTIS Elevator Company. Professor Michael has published four edited books, as well as a co-‐authored 500 page reference volume: Innovative Automatic Identification and Location Based Services: from Bar Codes to Chip Implants (Hershey, PA: IGI, 2009).
Katina has published over 85 peer reviewed papers and has been the guest editor of seven special issues including in the IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Journal of Location-‐Based Services, Computer Communications, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research, and Prometheus. Michael researches predominantly in the area of emerging technologies, and has secondary interests in technologies used for national security and their corresponding social implications.
In 2012, Katina became the editor in chief of the IEEE Technology and Society Magazine.
Katina helped develop the term “uberveillance” which was coined by Dr M.G. Michael and successfully entered the Official Dictionary of Australia, the Macquarie Dictionary in 2009.
Katina Michael's research publications are available at http://ro.uow.edu.au/kmichael