Senior Research Engineer
Kensington Research Laboratory, Sydney
John Judge joined NICTA in 2004 as manager of the Digital Audio Networking project. This project resulted in the formation of NICTA's first spin out company, Audinate in 2006.
In 2007 John started a joint project with the University of NSW (UNSW) to build a machine to play the clarinet. More information on the device can be found on the UNSW School of Physics web site. In 2008 the NICTA/UNSW Clarinet won the international Artemis Orchestral Competition in Athens. The device is currently on display at the Powerhouse Museum in a temporary exhibition until December 2010.
John has created courses for teaching embedded systems programming to high school students. These courses are delivered as part of the National Computer Science School (NCSS).
Prior to NICTA John was a Principal Research Engineer with Motorola Labs in Sydney. At Motorola he ran a number of successful research projects in the area of ad hoc networking and broadband home gateways. John is an inventor on two patents in the area of IP networking, he has a BE in Electrical Engineering from UNSW and a PhD in Electrical Engineering from University of Wollongong.