The School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering runs a regular seminar schedule where the latest developments in research are presented. All welcome.
Overview Over the last three years, the University of Adelaide and ARENA, combined with industrial partners, have invested more than $3 million building a configurable and mobile microgrid test facility that is now completed. The test system is IoT ready, with flexible electrical connection architecture and smart inverter while offering data historian, and high-speed logging […]
Q. Fang, Identifiability Analysis of a Wind Generation Unit Model Using Global Sensitivity Analysis, 3rd March 2016.
Abstract: This seminar presents a parameter identifiability method based on the Global Sensitivity Analysis (GSA), and its application in parameter estimation of a wind generation unit model. The GSA determines which model parameters will effect observations that are used in the parameter estimation procedure. Parameters with negligible impact on the observations are not identifiable. […]
L. Svensson, Gaussian Filtering and Smoothing Using Posterior Linearisation, Wednesday 10th February, 2016.
Lennart Svensson CAE Systems IEEE 10th Feb IEEE Control, Aerospace and Electronic Systems Chapter Gaussian Filtering and Smoothing Using Posterior Linearisation by Dr. Lennart Svensson Chalmers University of Technology Sweden When: Wednesday, 10th of February 2016 Time: 4:10pm Where: B21 Ingkarni Wardli Building. More details of the event […]
Dr S Davey CAE Systems IEEE 11th Feb IEEE Control, Aerospace and Electronic Systems Chapter Bayesian methods and the search for MH370 by Dr. Sam Davey National Security and ISR Division Defence Science and Technology Group, Australia When: Thursday, 11th of February 2016 Time: 4:10pm Where: LG28 Lower Napier Building. […]
Abstract: Track-before-detect (TBD) is a statistical hypothesis testing technique that tests for the presence or otherwise, of a dynamic target using noisy and/or incomplete sensor measurements. Rather than making a detection decision directly from the observations, then handing relevant detection information to a model based tracker, TBD methods reverse this order of processing by […]
C. Zou, Resonance breakdown of dielectric resonator antennas on metallic substrates at visible frequencies, 17th December 2015.
Abstract: Dielectric resonators have seen increasing applications in optical metamaterial designs. The ability of nanoscale Dielectric Resonator Antennas (DRAs) to support electric and magnetic resonances at visible frequencies is critical for their efficient light manipulation, which leads to promising applications such as sensing, imaging, field enhancement, and integrated optics. This talk discusses the resonance […]
Abstract: The French-German research institute in Saint-Louis is a bi-national institution providing innovative scientific solutions for defence and security applications. The research topics which are investigated include novel high-power laser sources, novel energetic materials, and aerodynamics. An increasing focus on protection technologies reflects the recent developments in France and many other European countries. New […]