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David Eyers is currently a Research Associate working on the CareGrid project. He has recently completed work on a grant entitled “Business Contract Driven Application Development and Control”. Those grants involve use of declarative policy representation and conflict resolution.
His Ph.D. thesis documented research into active distributed policy-based access control systems, including the integration of work-flow and other dynamic constraints into Role-Based Access Control (RBAC), policy visualisation, and the messaging infrastructure to support such systems.
His overall research interests are far broader, including specific interests in networks, web and database technologies.
His undergraduate education was completed at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia – a BSc/BE (hons).
See more in Dave’s page
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