Ian is currently researching the control and optimization of limited-stroke suspension systems. Evolutionary algorithms are used as a tool for the comparison of the effectiveness of various first-order suspension control algorithms. The research focuses on the consequences of using jerk (the rate of change of acceleration) as the measure of suspension comfort. The research also investigates suspension tracking in terms of constraint within the rattlespace rather than degree of travel. (The rattlespace is the working limits of the suspension before “topping“ or “bottoming“.) Semi-active suspension control is also a major interest.
Ian is working in collaboration with the Modelling and Simulation research group within the Business IT department. Research interests include the modelling and optimization of the multi-crewing problem and of bioterrorism threats.
Ian has taught programming (mainly in Java and VB) at RMIT Business IT department since 1995. He is currently lecturing in Bus Info Systems Development, Information Systems Security, E-Business and E-Business Systems Technology. He regularly coordinates these subjects and is responsible for their ongoing development. He also teaches and coordinates subjects in Singapore (SIM) and Vietnam RMIT.
- PhD (in progress) Title: Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithms applied to Active and Semi-Active Vehicle Suspension Systems, Including Third Rate-of-Change of Distance Considerations.
- Masters in Information Security (RMIT)
- BSc (UQ) majoring in Mathematics and Physics
- Associate Diploma in Mathematics and Computing (with distinctions) (Darling Downs Institute of Technology)
- Kotusev, S.,Singh, M.,Storey, I. (2016). Enterprise architecture practice in retail: Problems and solutions In: Journal of Enterprise Architecture, 12, 28 - 39
- Kotusev, S.,Singh, M.,Storey, I. (2015). Consolidating enterprise architecture management research In: Proceedings of the 48th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, HICSS-48, Kauai, Hawaii, 5-8 January 2015
- Kotusev, S.,Singh, M.,Storey, I. (2015). Investigating the usage of enterprise architecture artifacts In: Proceedings of the 23rd European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2015), M�nster, Germany, 26-29 May 2015
- Yang, J.,Singh, M.,Pita, Z.,Storey, I. (2015). The relationship between strategic information systems planning facilitators and the success of South Korean organisations In: Proceedings of the19th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS 2015), Singapore, 5-9 July 2015
- Storey, I. (2013). Operational possibility for information systems In: Proceedings of the 7th Australian Institute of Computer Ethics Conference (AiCE 2013), Melbourne, Australia, 3 December 2013
- Storey, I.,Bourmistrova, A.,Subic, A. (2012). Smooth control over jerk with displacement constraint In: Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science, 226, 2656 - 2673
- Storey, I.,Bourmistrova, A.,Alexsandar, S. (2009). Control over limited-stroke suspensions using jerk In: The proceedings of 18th World IMACS/ MODSIM Congrees, Cairns, 13 - 17 July 2009
- Storey, I.,Bourmistrova, A.,Subic, A. (2008). Performance measures of comfort and rattlespace usage for limited-stroke vehicle suspension systems In: International Journal of Acoustics and Vibrations, 13, 1 - 9
- Storey, I.,Bourmistrova, A.,Subic, A. (2006). Multi objective optimisation of control of active and semi-active suspension systems using jerk as a measure of comfort In: Proceedings of The FISITA 2006 World Automotive Congress, ,
- Bourmistrova, A.,Storey, I.,Subic, A. (2005). Multiobjective optimisation of active and semi-active suspension systems with application of evolutionary algorithms In: Proceedings of the International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, ,
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