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Professor Andrew Woodward

Executive Dean, School of Science

Staff Member Details
Telephone: +61 8 6304 5019
Campus: Joondalup  
Room: JO18.311  

Professor Andrew Woodward is the Executive Dean of the School of Science and a member of the ECU Security Research Institute.


  • Bachelor of Science Honours, Edith Cowan University.
  • Tertiary Teaching, Edith Cowan University, 2006.
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Edith Cowan University, 2005.


Recent Research Grants

  • Evaluation of selected clones of jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam.) produced in different preharvest settings,  CRC for Developing Northern Australia,  Grant,  2021 - 2024,  $150,000.
  • Academic Centre of Cyber Security Excellence,  Department of Education, Skills and Employment,  Academic Centres of Cyber Security Excellence,  2017 - 2021,  $950,287.
  • Authentication and Authorisation for Entrusted Unions (AU2EU),  European Commission,  Grant - Seventh Framework Programme (FP7),  2013 - 2015,  $584,907.
  • Rules, Expectations and Security through Privacy-Enhanced Convenient Technologies (RESPECT) - Proposal No 285582,  European Commission,  Grant - Seventh Framework Programme (FP7),  2012 - 2015,  $223,800.
  • Scalable Measures for Automated Recognition Technologies (SMART),  European Union,  EU Seventh Framework Program,  2011 - 2014,  $389,772.
  • The Design, Development and Application of Active RFID Technology in Disaster Victim Identification and Routine Mortuary Practice / The Australian Future Forensics Innovation Network (AFFIN),  Griffith University,  Grant - NIRAP,  2009 - 2013,  $37,139.
  • Overclocking of mechanical hard disk drives,  Attorney General's D Branch,  Attorney General's Department, D Branch Grant,  2011 - 2012,  $54,545.
  • Review of Vulnerability in Smart Grid Appliances and Networks,  Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet,  Grant - Research Support For National Security,  2010 - 2012,  $77,154.
  • Practical Information Security Capability Assessment Protocols for Application in the General Medical Practice Environment,  Edith Cowan University,  ECU Early Career Researcher - Grant,  2009 - 2011,  $24,502.
  • Leading edge developments in tourism ICT and related underlying technologies,  CRC Centre for Sustainable Tourism,  Grant,  2004,  $17,000.

Recent Publications (within the last five years)

Journal Articles

  • Carpene, C., Johnstone, M., Woodward, A., (2017), The Effectiveness of Classification Algorithms on IPv6 IID Construction. International Journal of Autonomous and Adaptive Communications Systems, 10(1), 15-22, Inderscience.
  • Chernyshev, M., Zeadally, S., Baig, Z., Woodward, A., (2017), Mobile Forensics: Advances, Challenges, and Research Opportunities. IEEE Security and Privacy Magazine, 15(6), 42-51, DOI: 10.1109/MSP.2017.4251107.

Conference Publications

  • Nisbet, A., Woodward, A., (2016), A Comparison Study of Wireless Network Security in Several Australasian Cities and Suburbs. Information Security and Privacy: 21st Australasian Conference, ACISP 2016, 9722(4-6 Jul, 2016), 115-127, Switzerland, Springer, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-40253-6_7.

Research Student Supervision

Principal Supervisor

  • Doctor of Philosophy,  An investigation into off-link ipv6 host enumeration search techniques

Co-principal Supervisor

  • Master of Science (Computer Science),  An assessment of static and dynamic malware analysis techniques for the android platform
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  .
  • Doctor of Information Technology,  A method for securing online community service: A study of selected Western Australian councils

Associate Supervisor

  • Doctor of Philosophy,  An intelligence model for terrorist incident prevention for Australian police: A systemic investigation
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Vulnerabilities in class one electronic product code radio frequency identification systems
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  The development of an attack graph using applied levels of deception for directing attack methods in a honeynet.
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  An investigation into factors inhibiting Australian end-users from utilising adsl router security effectively
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  An investigation into remote transactions.
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  A non-device specific framework for the development of forensic locational data analysis procedure for consumer grade small and embedded devices
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Secure portable execution and storage environments: A capability to improve security for remote working
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Extraction of patterns in selected network traffic for a precise and efficient intrusion detection approach
  • Doctor of Information Technology,  Security awareness by online banking users in Western Australian of phishing attacks
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