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Research Seminar 19th September – Micro-Inverters in Small Scale PV Systems: A Review and Future Directions

Abstract: Traditionally the cost of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems for residential/commercial use has been primarily composed of the panels themselves. In past times the maintenance, installation costs and even the inverter selection would have been considered largely irrelevant. However, in more recent times the inverter has started to become a more significant burden on the […]

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Research Seminar 24th October – Reciprocal Processes on Directed Graphs : Applications in Destination Aware Tracking

Abstract: This seminar considers Bayesian state estimation and maximum likelihood classification of reciprocal processes (one-dimensional Markov random fields) whose state space corresponds to a directed graph. Such processes can model the time evolution of targets constrained to a digital roadmap (directed graph) and that are destination aware, i.e., the target has a well defined destination […]

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Open Day Presentation explains why to study Electrical and Electronic Engineering

  At Open Day 2013, Professor Derek Abbott explained to delegates why they should consider Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Among other points, he demonstrated that Electrical and Electronic Engineers set the pace of change in technology, meaning graduates of this degree will always be at the cutting edge of new developments and have excellent employment […]

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Research Seminar 3rd October -New Control Strategy in Small-Scale Wind Turbine Systems for Wider Operating Wind Speeds and Higher Efficiency Operation

Abstract: A novel multi-mode control strategy for AC-DC converters was proposed for small-scale wind turbine systems. The aim of this novel topology is to make use of the different advantages of the existing converters, and try to apply different topologies with different control methods. It uses the conventional controlled SMR at low speeds and then […]

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Research Seminar 5th September- Track-before detect methods

  The School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering invites you to the following Research Seminar: Track-before detect methods Thursday, 5th September 2013 4:10pm B19 Ingkarni Wardli Building (Where’s this?)   Abstract:  The detection and tracking of low signal-to-noise-ratio (SNR) targets using an active towed array sonar is a non-trivial problem due to the complex nature of […]

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6 DSTO radar Scholarships awarded

The following students have received Radar Scholarships from DSTO Jacob Shearer John Thomolaris Terry Moschou Cliff Barnett Benjamin Riches George Stamatescu We congratulate these students on their achievement.

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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 29th August – Super-Twisting Algorithm for Systems of Relative Degree More Than One

The School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering invites you to the following Research Seminar: Super-Twisting Algorithm for Systems of Relative Degree More Than One Thursday, 29th August 2013 4:10pm B19 Ingkarni Wardli Building (Where’s this?)   Abstract: A homogeneous continuous super-twisting algorithm is presented for systems with relative degree more than one.  First, the case […]

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Major shortages of Power Engineers

The Australian electric power Industry is projecting the current shortage of electric power engineers to continue into the foreseeable future. This is due to the aging of the current workforce while needing to develop environmentally friendly, sustainable solutions to expand our existing power network to meet increasing power usage. All this is producing a strong […]

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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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