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School Researcher among the World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds

The School’s world reputation has been further enhanced with the release of  a Thomson Reuter’s  report titled The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds  which lists Professor Peng Shi from The School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering among an elite group of researchers who researchers who have made an “exceptional impact” in their speciality field.   For […]

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Research Seminar 19th August, Ms. Y. L. Lim – Varying Magnet Type and Stack Length in a Surface Permanent Magnet Soft Magnetic Composite Machine

  Abstract: This seminar examines the effect of varying the magnet type and stack length of a surface permanent magnet machine using soft magnetic composite pole-pieces. The finite-element modelling and testing of a 9 slot, 8 pole, 400 W machine with a bonded rare-earth magnet ring is described. The use of alternative magnet types and […]

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Research Seminar 14th August, Mr. R. Moric – A Fault Tolerant Routing Scheme for 2-D Mesh NoCs using Semi-transparent Fault Regions

  Abstract: Silicon manufacturing technology continues to scale deeper into the nanometer regime, enabling chip designers to integrate many cores in a single die. This aggressive scaling has come at the cost of increased manufacturing variability, leading to manufacturing defects, and device failure during the burn-in phase. With no fault tolerance, a single defect results […]

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Research Seminar 21st August, Mr. D. Headland – Dielectric hole lattice for terahertz diffractive optics with high transmission

  Abstract: A dielectric hole lattice is proposed for creating diffractive optics in the terahertz range. An array of sub-wavelength air-holes in a dielectric material gives rise to an artificial dielectric, with refractive index depending on hole radius. The design uses low-loss dielectric materials, and exploits a half-wavelength etalon effect to minimise reflection, leading to […]

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Research Seminar 31st July, Mr. C.Y. Pui – Aircraft Detection Experimental Results for GPS Bistatic Radar using Phased-array Receiver

  Abstract: Since the transmission power level of Global Positioning System (GPS) signal is weak, a passive bistatic radar that utilises GPS satellites as the illuminator of opportunity is only feasible for detecting large size targets such as aircrafts, assuming that the system utilises high sensitivity, large scale receiver antenna arrays and uses integration periods […]

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Yet another best paper award!

Following recent awards at iWAT 2014 and AMS 2014 our postgraduate student Zahra Shaterian has won yet another prize! Her paper: “On the Staggered and Non-Staggered Time-Domain Meshless Radial Point Interpolation Method” by Zahra Shaterian, Thomas Kaufmann, and Christophe Fumeaux presented in Clermont-Ferrand, France, on the 1st of July was given the Symposium best paper […]

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