Monthly Archives: April 2015
Progress and Challenges in Microwave Imaging and Microwave Induced Thermoacoustic Tomography by Prof. Qing Huo Liu 4:10 – 5:10 PM, Monday 18 May 2015 Room 5.57, Ingkarni Wardli North Terrace, The University of Adelaide
You are cordially invited to the following IEEE AP-S Distinguished Lecture hosted by the IEEE South Australia Chapters on AP-MTT & CAES Flyer_IEEE_18May2014
Engineering Passive and Active Metamaterial-inspired Electrically Small Radiating Systems by Prof. Richard W. Ziolkowski 4:10 – 5:10 PM, Monday 11 May 2015 Room 5.57, Ingkarni Wardli, North Terrace, The University of Adelaide
You are cordially invited to a Technical Seminar Organised by the IEEE South Australia Chapters on AP-MTT & CAES Flyer_IEEE_11May2014
Congratulations to the winners of the following awards: Postgraduate Alumni Medal Seyedmostafa Rahimiazghadi The University Medal Alex Coleman John Thomalaris Alexandre Zadoyanchuk The Doctoral Research Medal Seyedmostafa Rahimiazghadi
V. Duk – The Potential of 2D Wavelet Transforms for Target Detection in Sea-clutter – 30th April, 2015.
Abstract: In maritime radar target detection, a good statistical representation of the backscatter is important to both minimise false detections and maximise the probability of detection. However, the radar backscatter may contain sea-spikes which can last for seconds and cause false detections. One potential solution to this problem is through the use of time-frequency […]
Abstract: In recent years, interest in wearable electronics has grown for applications in healthcare, military and security applications. An integral part of the wearable electronic systems is the antenna. The antennas require reliable electrical performance in hostile situations such as placement on the human body and repeated mechanical stresses from movement of the body. […]
Congratulations to Dr Mostafa Rahimi Azghadi who has won a Doctoral Research Medal for outstanding research at a PhD level.
According to analysis carried out by the Guardian, engineers have the happiest job in the world. To find out more see http://www.theguardian.com/money/2015/apr/07/going-to-work-with-a-smile-on-your-face?CMP=fb_gu
Abstract: The Kish key distribution system has been proposed as a classical alternative to quantum key distribution, making use of temperature-matched thermal noise. Previous analyses assume instant propagation of signals along the line connecting the two users. We describe an attack that takes advantage of propagation delays. At the start of each bit period, […]
Abstract: TBD (track-before-detect) refers to the tracking paradigm where measurements about a tentative target are integrated over time and may yield detection in cases when signals from any particular time instance are too weak against clutter (low signal-to-noise ratio) to register a detected target. The Hough transform line detection method has been established as […]