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University Alumni Medal goes to School researcher

Dr Mostafa Azghadi from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering has won the Postgraduate Alumni University Medal for 2015. The Medal is awarded to only one Postgraduate student each year. It recognises outstanding academic merit at the postgraduate level through coursework, thesis or a combination of both. The Medal has been scheduled to be […]

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Research Seminar, Mr H. Yu – Formation Control of Large-Scale Systems and Systems with Arbitrary Formations

  Abstract: Flocking and formation control concern the interaction and collaboration of multiple autonomous vehicles. Large-scale systems have been possible due to the emerging of advanced sensors and fast computing units. Researchers have paid growing interests in such systems in the past decade. Application examples include robotics, UAVs, and exploration through unknown environments. In our […]

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Research Seminar, Mr C. Zou – Excitation of surface plasmons by dielectric nano-resonators

  Abstract: Surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs) are surface electromagnetic waves bound tightly to metal-dielectric interface at optical frequencies. Research on SPP is an important branch of nanophotonics and has promising applications in imaging, sensing, field enhancement, and integrated optics. One important component for manipulating SPPs is a group of plasmonics launchers that couple free-space waves […]

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Research Seminar, Mr Y. Gao – Memristive crypto primitive for building highly secure physical unclonable functions

  Abstract: Physical unclonable functions (PUFs) exploit the intrinsic complexity and irreproducibility of physical systems to generate secret information. The advantage is that PUFs as a new security primitive have the potential to provide fundamentally higher security than traditional cryptographic methods by preventing the cloning of devices and the extraction of secret keys. The PUF […]

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