Jonathan Crellin

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School: School of Science & Technology
Department: IT and Software Engineering
Position: Senior Lecturer, Academic Coodinator, Acting Senior Program Manager, IT and Software Engineering
Location: RMIT Saigon South
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Meet our Experts: Dr Jonathan Crellin

Specialising in forensic information technology and cyber security, Dr Crellin's expertise lies in unravelling how individuals employ computers in criminal activities. His current focus delves into the dynamic field of cyber security, where he explores the potential advancements through artificial intelligence (AI) and navigates the challenges posed by cyber criminals leveraging AI for intricate and sophisticated attacks.

Academic Degrees

  • B.A.  Psychology (Hons)
  • PhD in Qualitative Evaluation of Software Prototypes, FHEA, MBCS

  • Cyber Security and Computer Forensics
  • Interaction Design/Engineering
  • Technology Supported Education

  • Alkhafaji A. S., Fallahkhair S., Cocea, M., and Crellin J. (2017) “Guidelines for designing a smart andubiquitous learning environment with respect to cultural heritage” The 11th IEEE International Conference onResearch Challenges in Information Science (RCIS) . IEEE
  • Alkhafaji A. S., Fallahkhair S., Cocea, M., and Crellin J. (2016) "A Survey Study to Gather Requirements forDesigning a Mobile Service to Enhance Learning from Cultural Heritage" European Conference onTechnology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL), Lyon, France.
  • Crellin, J., Adda, M., Duke-Williams, E., and Chandler, J. (2011) Virtual Worlds for Simulation in ComputerForensics Teaching , Researching Learning in Immersive Virtual Environments – ReLIVE11 , Milton Keynes,20th to 22nd September 2011.
  • Duke-Williams, E., Bennett, E., and Crellin, J. (2011) Google Apps in Computer Science Teaching(Workshop), 12th Annual Conference, of the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Information andComputer Sciences, Belfast, 23rd to 25th August 2011.
  • Crellin, J., Adda, M., and Duke-Williams, E. (2010) The use of Simulation in Digital Forensics Teaching, 11thAnnual Conference of the Higher Education Academy, Information and Computer Science Group, Durham,August 2010.
  • Crellin, J., Chandler, J., Duke-Williams, E. and Collinson, T. (2009) Virtual worlds in computing education,Computer Science Education, Vol. 19, No. 4, December 2009, 315–334.

TRF Grant Tier 2 'Digitizing Art and Culture in Vietnam' Duester, Teague, Pui, Crellin

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Member
  • British Computer Society, Member
  • British Psychological Society, Member
  • Australian Information Security Association, Member