Monthly Archives: May 2015
N. Nguyen-Trong, Design and Analysis of a Reconfigurable Antenna Based on Half-Mode Substrate-Integrated Cavity, 11th June, 2015.
Abstract: In the last decade increasing attention and efforts have been placed on designing reconfigurable antennas, especially those utilising substrate-integrated technology which provides many advantages such as low-loss, low cost and ease of circuit integration. This seminar introduces a new type of reconfigurable antenna based on a substrate-integrated cavity with very wide frequency tuning […]
Abstract: A resonant element consisting of three parallel elliptical dipoles is proposed for the design of a broadband reﬂectarray at 1 THz. The phase response of the proposed radiating element is reasonably linear and its gradient is constant over a wide frequency range. A subarray composed of 4 radiating elements with a progressive phase […]
Congratulations to Dr Mostafa Rahimi Azghadi from the University of Adelaide School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering has recently been awarded the title of the SA Young Nanotechnology Science Ambassador, by the Australian Nanotechnology Network in the Australian National University (ANU). The award provides funding to enhance the skills base of postgraduate students and early […]
Q. Zhang – A Flexible Method for Calculating First- & Second-Order Eigenvalue Sensitivities in Large Power System Models – 25th June, 2015.
Abstract: A new methodology to compute the sensitivity of eigenvalues due to the change of any parameter in the model of a large modern interconnected power system is presented. Two types of parameter are considered: those which affect the initial operating state of the system are referred to as dependent parameters, whereas those that […]