We congratulate Nghia Nguyen-Trong, PhD student from the Applied Electromagnetics Group in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, who was awarded the Best Student Presentation Prize at the Fifteenth Australian Symposium on Antennas (Sydney, 7-8 February 2017) Nghia presented his paper entitled “Low-Profile Monopolar Antennas: Wideband, Dual-band and Reconfigurable Designs” by N. Nguyen-Trong, A. […]

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We are proud to announce that the University of Adelaide is now ranked in the top 100 Universities in the world for engineering and technology in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015 – 2016 Top 100.  This places our University amongst the top seven in Australia and the only University in Adelaide in […]

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In accordance with the University code of practice in relation to the employment of casual teaching staff, expressions of interest are now sought for tutors, demonstrators and markers in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering for the following courses in Semester 1, 2017: ELEC ENG 1100 Analogue Electronics ELEC ENG 2100 Digital Systems ELEC […]

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Congratulations to all those who were successful in today’s ARC announcements!! Outcomes for grants being led by researchers from The University of Adelaide School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering:   Discovery Projects 2017 round 1 DP170104981 Professor Derek Abbott; Dr Bernd Fischer $391,000.00 DP170102644 Professor Peng Shi; Associate Professor Cheng-Chew Lim; Professor Ligang Wu $286,000.00 […]

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Prime Minister Turnbull spoke on ABC radio of commitment to “industry, advanced manufacturing, technology, science, engineering in SA — because we are putting the most advanced manufacturing projects in Australia in SA” and  “State will have a bright jobs future because of defence projects.” &

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We congratulate Shengjian Jammy Chen, PhD student from the Applied Electromagnetics Group in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, who was awarded the Young Scientist Best Paper Award at the eighteenth International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA 2016, Cairns, September 2016). Jammy presented his paper entitled “Snap-on buttons as detachable shorting vias […]

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The Joseph Miller Travel Scholarships in Engineering support one undergraduate student in the field of Engineering at the University of Adelaide for the purpose of studying abroad for semester 2, 2016. Applications close 5pm, 19 August 2016. Click Here for further information.

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In accordance with the University code of practice in relation to the employment of casual teaching staff, expressions of interest are now sought for tutors, demonstrators and markers in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering for the following courses in Semester 2, 2016: ELEC ENG 1101 Digital Electronics ELEC ENG 2007 Signal & Systems […]

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  Abstract: This seminar presents a parameter identifiability method based on the Global Sensitivity Analysis (GSA), and its application in parameter estimation of a wind generation unit model. The GSA determines which model parameters will effect observations that are used in the parameter estimation procedure. Parameters with negligible impact on the observations are not identifiable. […]

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Stretchable nano-devices put smart contact lenses in sight Friday, 19 February 2016 Researchers at the University of Adelaide and RMIT University have joined forces to create a stretchable nano-scale device to manipulate light. The device manipulates light to such an extent that it can filter specific colours while still being transparent and could be used […]

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