Dr Mark Ainslie has amassed a multitude of prestigious awards and titles since graduating from the being awarded a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) & Bachelor of Arts (Japanese), 1st Class Honours from The University of Adelaide in 2004. Adding to an impressive list gained during his undergraduate studies here. he was awarded a […]
Abstract: Semantic memory is the most important element of SOAR that supplements the working memory by providing a mechanism for the agents to deliberately store or retrieve persistent structures. Although semantic memory is an efficient way of reducing the load on the working memory but the use of semantic memory comes with a performance […]
Congratulations to the 2013 winners of Executive Dean’s Recognition of Academic Excellence – Electrical Nguyen Trong Nghia Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) Coleman Alex James Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) Makestas John Mark Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronic) Panuccio Carmela Sofia Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) with Bachelor of Mathematical & Computer […]
Mayank Kaushik has received the Doctoral Research Medal which are awarded to the highest quality PhD theses examined each year. Congratulations Mayank.
Two graduates of the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nghia Nguyen Trong and Ali Morton Walsh, received the prestigious University Medal for outstanding academic performance in the recent graduation ceremonies. Congratulations on this excellent achievement. Congratulations also to the the other students who have also just graduated.
Abstract: The initial goal for the introduction of metamaterials was to create artificially engineered materials with electromagnetic constitutive parameters not available in nature, such as double-negative materials. Beyond these goals, metamaterials have opened new perspectives for many other novel applications such as compact filters and directive antennas. It has been also shown that metamaterial-inspired […]
Abstract: Myocardial infarction (MI) is one of the major causes of mortality in the world. The QT interval reflects the global depolarization and repolarization of the myocardial cells in the heart and it is thereby altered after myocardial infarction. The main purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of T-wave amplitude […]