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PhD Student of EEE wins the People’s Choice Award at 3 Minute Thesis Competition at University of Adelaide

After winning the faculty heats, Zahra Shaterian – a PhD student with the Applied Electromagnetics Group at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering – won the People’s Choice Award at the 3 Minute Thesis Competition at the University of Adelaide. She excelled at presenting her complex topic in a comprehensive and intuitive way within […]

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Research Seminar 2nd October, Mr. H. Yu – Formation Control of Multi-Agent System with Limited Sensing and Communication

  Abstract: The multi-agent system contains multiple agents scattered in space and the goal is to drive the agents to a predefined formation. The first research question is how to design proper mapping protocols and control laws where only neighbouring agents could communicate and measure relative position and speed. To solve this problem, we found […]

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Research Seminar 18th September, Dr. X. Zhou – State transition algorithm for global optimization with applications

  Abstract: Many real-world optimization problems of importance are non-convex, and non-convex problems are NP-hard. In this talk, we will talk about a recently new global optimization method called state transition algorithm (STA), in which, a solution to an optimization problem is regarded as a state, and the update of current solution is regarded as […]

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Research Seminar 25th September, Mr. L. Gunn – The Kish Key Distribution System: A classical alternative to quantum key distribution

  Abstract: Public key cryptography has raised cryptography from a curiosity, mainly useful to governments, to its status as a pillar for modern communications. But above this magnificent throne hangs a sword of Damocles in the form of quantum computing, motivating the development of new approaches. Some have turned to physics, developing systems with security […]

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