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PhD Student of EEE wins the People’s Choice Award at 3 Minute Thesis Competition at University of Adelaide

After winning the faculty heats, Zahra Shaterian – a PhD student with the Applied Electromagnetics Group at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering – won the People’s Choice Award at the 3 Minute Thesis Competition at the University of Adelaide. She excelled at presenting her complex topic in a comprehensive and intuitive way within […]

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Research Seminar 7th November- Contactless measurements of vital signs

Abstract: Clinically used methods to derive vital signs such as heart rate and respiration use electrodes, optical or mechanical sensors, which must be attached to the body. Innovative systems, however, allow for low-contact or even contact-free measurements of vital signs. Amongst others, the capacitive electrocardiogram, camera-based and radar-based measurements have been proven to be applicable. […]

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Prof. Derek Abbott wins 2013 Higher Degree Research Supervision award

Professor Derek Abbott, of the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, is the 2013 recipient the Award for Higher Degree Research Supervision by Research.  This award recognises sustained excellence in the supervision and support of Higher Degree by Research students and is accompanied by a professional development grant, the recipient being chosen from staff across […]

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Electronic Engineering is a pathway to a broad range of careers

Electronics is one of the greatest enabling technologies of our age and Electronic engineers are needed to design, develop and support devices and systems and many more! A degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering provides graduates with a wide range of fundamental knowledge in core disciplines. Read More

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Research Seminar 22 August – Optimization of Brain-Computer Interfaces Design for Stroke Rehabilitation

The School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering invites you to the following Research Seminar: Optimization of Brain-Computer Interfaces Design for Stroke Rehabilitations Thursday, 22nd August 2013 4:10pm B19 Ingkarni Wardli Building (Where’s this?)   Abstract: Recently, the application of restorative brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) has received significant interest in many BCI labs. However, there are a […]

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