Monthly Archives: August 2014
Research Seminar 4th September, Mr. R. Yang – Optimum beam-space processing for a directional transmission phased array system
Abstract: In phased array systems, applying optimum weights to each element output can achieve better performance than conventional beamforming. In practice, the receiver outputs may not be accessible and only beamformer output signals are available. Beam space methods can be used to apply optimum weights to the beam outputs also provide some other advantages. […]
Abstract: A reﬂectarray is designed and demonstrated experimentally for polarization-dependent beam splitting at 1 THz. This reﬂective component is composed of two sets of orthogonal strip dipoles arranged into interlaced triangular lattices over a ground plane. By varying the length and width of the dipoles a polarization-dependent localized phase change is achieved on reﬂection, allowing […]
DSTO has provided scholarships to undergraduate students in collaboration with the University of Adelaide to encourage young scientists and engineers to pursue studies in optics, photonics and radar of relevance to DSTO, potentially leading to a career in defence research and development. These scholarships assist Australian students meeting their educational costs. The scholarships are awarded […]
Figures are from the 2013 Australian Graduate Survey, conducted by Graduate Careers Australia, show graduates in the field of Engineering were the highest earners of all fields listed in the survey with an average salary of $65K. Furthermore 92% of engineering graduates were able to find engineering jobs.
The School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is hosting a special information night to inform high school students in years 10-12, parents, teachers and counsellors of the high technology careers available to graduate engineers in this dynamic discipline. Current students, recent graduates and industry representatives will share their experiences and discuss career opportunities for electrical […]