The Joseph Miller Travel Scholarships in Engineering support one undergraduate student in the field of Engineering at the University of Adelaide for the purpose of studying abroad for semester 2, 2016. Applications close 5pm, 19 August 2016. Click Here for further information.

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In accordance with the University code of practice in relation to the employment of casual teaching staff, expressions of interest are now sought for tutors, demonstrators and markers in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering for the following courses in Semester 2, 2016: ELEC ENG 1101 Digital Electronics ELEC ENG 2007 Signal & Systems […]

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  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. […]

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Stretchable nano-devices put smart contact lenses in sight Friday, 19 February 2016 Researchers at the University of Adelaide and RMIT University have joined forces to create a stretchable nano-scale device to manipulate light. The device manipulates light to such an extent that it can filter specific colours while still being transparent and could be used […]

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  Abstract: Recent years have seen significant advances in light manipulation with ultrathin planar metasurfaces. The underlying mechanism is spatially varying phase discontinuity introduced by subwavelength resonators. Metallic resonators have commonly been used as a core component in metasurfaces so far. Recently we have shown that it is possible to replace metallic resonators with dielectric […]

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  Abstract: Frequency selective surfaces (FSSs) are usually formed by two-dimensional periodic arrangement of metallic elements on a dielectric substrate. Based on the geometry and arrangement of the metallic unit cell, the array might show different functionalities such as bandpass or bandstop spatial filter. The FSS functionality is mainly determined by its unit cell geometry […]

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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 […]

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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. […]

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  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 […]

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Data released from the latest 2015 GradStats report show Electrical,  Electronic and Computer Engineers have the highest employment rate of all engineering graduates. The report show that over 78% of Electrical,  Electronic and Computer Engineering graduates seeking employment, had full time employment 4 months after graduating.

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