I strive to be a responsible citizen to the community of scholars as well as the communities in which I live and with whom I interact personally and professionally on daily bases. I believe that my colleagues value me as their collaborator and mentor.

I am grateful to the guidance of several mentors who taught me the art of peer-reviewing process. My professional service includes active participation and contributions to the scholarly community services.

Academic Service

  • PhD and Master research thesis examiner
    • I have reviewed PhD thesis report as an external thesis examiner.
  • Program Committee for :
  • Technical Program Committee for the following LNCS (eBook)
    • Wyeld, T., Calder, P., & Shen, H. (Eds.). (2015). Computer-Human Interaction. Cognitive Effects of Spatial Interaction, Learning, and Ability. New York: Springer. (Link)
  • Invited Paper Reviewer for:

Professional Associations

Social Community Service

  • Co-organisers for the Information Studies Group Retreat (2011), QUT
  • Volunteer for PACIS 2011 conference
  • Volunteer for QUT Open Day 2012 (29/07/12)

I, along with my colleagues from Bhutan,  also organise events and functions both for celebrations and fund raising for the Bhutan-Queensland Community in Brisbane. Since 2010 we have held a number of nationally significant events and functions in Brisbane at QUT.

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