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3rd year PhD student awarded the Best Student Paper Prize at the First Australian Microwave Conference

Mrs Zahra Shaterian was awarded the Best Student Paper Prize at the First Australian Microwave Conference for her paper: Z. Shaterian, T. Kaufmann, C. Fumeaux “First- and second-order meshless radial point interpolation methods in electromagnetics” Mrs Shaterian is a third year PhD student in the Applied Electromagnetics Group and is working on the development of […]

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Research Seminar 11th September, Mr. J. Frost – Computer Architectures for AI Production Systems

    Abstract: A fundamental goal of artificial intelligence is to realize a working ‘Human level’ agent. It becoming apparent that to achieve an AI of this level will require a system vastly more complex than any currently in existence. One approach to realizing high level AI agents is that of Cognitive Architectures utilizing Production […]

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Research Seminar 24th July, Adjunct Prof. Ian Fuss – On the mathematics of electromagnetic phase measurement

  Abstract: The quantum measurement of the phase of an electromagnetic field is a critical element of interferometric fibre sensors, photonic radars and phase based optical communication systems. However the theory of optical phase measurement is not well understood. This failure in understanding stems in part from the fact that the optical phase operator is […]

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Research Seminar 17th July, Dr. P. Lozo – Adaptive Resonance Theory (ART) and LAMINART neural models

  Abstract: The visual cortex (as well as the rest of the neocortex) is a 6 layered structure. How the 6 layers of the visual cortex contribute to visual perception and object recognition is not well understood. In this talk I will review Adaptive Resonance Theory (ART) of real-time learning and human memory; and the […]

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Research Seminar 10th July, Mr. S.T. Nguyen – A Wavelet based approach for Clutter mitigation for weather radar

  Abstract: The accuracy of weather radar measurements such as precipitation (reflectivity) and wind velocity can be degraded when the radar is scanning at low elevation angles due to ground clutter. Ground clutter from stationary targets such as buildings, bare ground, rocky outcrops and mountains usually exhibit narrow Doppler spectrum centred at zero Doppler frequency […]

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Casual Teaching Staff (Demonstrators/Tutors/Markers) Required Semester 2, 2014

In accordance with the University code of practice in relation to the employment of casual teaching staff, expressions of interest are now sought for part-time tutors, demonstrators and markers in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering for the following courses in Semester 2, 2014: ELEC ENG 1009 Electrical and Electronic Engineering 1A/1ABR ELEC ENG […]

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Elec Eng Undergraduate student wins best paper award

Mr Nghia Nguyen-Trong was awarded the first prize of the IEEE Australia Council 2013-2014 Student Paper Contest in the category “Undergraduate”, for his paper: N. Nguyen-Trong, T. Kaufmann, C. Fumeaux “A wideband omni-directional horizontally polarized travelling-wave antenna based on half-mode substrate integrated waveguide” IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters 12, 682-685 (2013) This paper was […]

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