Welcome to The Technopreneurship Institute
At Tech-I, we aspire to make the world a better place through unleashing the potential of people.
We always welcome students who are passionate and want to learn about Technopreneurship and volunteers looking to help out.
So join us today!
Professor Richard Buckland
Richard Buckland is an Associate Professor in Computer Security, Cybercrime, and Cyberterror at the University of New South Wales. His research areas in Learning and Teaching and Security Engineering. Currently he is working on non-mark based motivation in online education, and protocols for secure electronic elections in untrusted environments. Richard is the Chair of the Academic Board of the Australian Computer Society Education, a member of the UNSW Academic Board, the Director of First Year Studies and the Chair of the Skills Syllabus Group of the Scehool of Computer Science and Engineering at UNSW.
He holds degrees in Science and in Economics, and has been awarded the University Medal in Computer Science and the Vice Chancellors Award for Teaching Excellence (twice). Richard was the Australian ICT educator of the year in 2013 (iAwards) and in 2008 was the Engineering Educator of the Year for Australia and New Zealand.
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