TAG: electrical and electronic engineering
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. […]
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 […]
Dr Sudhakar Rao IEEE_04Nov_2015 IEEE South Australia Chapters on AP-MTT & CAES Advanced Antenna Systems for Satellite Communication Payloads by Dr. Sudhakar Rao Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems When: Wednesday, 22nd October 2015 Time: 5.10 – 6.10 pm Where: Room 5.57, Ingkarni Wardli Building (Level 5) More details of […]
Prof. Ahmed Kishk, UWB Antennas for Wireless Communication and Detection Applications, 19th August 2015.
You are cordially invited to the following IEEE AP-S Distinguished Lecture hosted by the IEEE South Australia Chapter on AP-MTT & CAES ABSTRACT Ultra-wide band (UWB) wireless communication occupies a bandwidth from 3.1 to 10.6 GHz, referred to as UWB band, to achieve high data rate over a short distance. Two competing schemes, namely multiband […]
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Carsten Markgraf, Parameter Optimization by doing Automated Tests with Formula Student Electric (FSE) Racing Cars , 27th August 2015.
Abstract: For FSE events students build an electric, single seat formula race car with which they can compete against teams from all over the world. The competition is not won solely by the team with the fastest car, but rather by the team with the best overall package of construction, performance, and financial and sales […]
S.J. Chen, Highly efficient and flexible antennas realized in conductive polymers, 13th August 2015.
Abstract: Since the initial report of electrical conductivity in polymer materials in 1977, conductive polymers have been developed with steadily improving electrical conductivity and mechanical flexibility. Despite the challenges of simultaneously achieving sufficient thickness and satisfactory conductivity, they can be now considered as a new class of promising conductive materials for conformal applications which […]
Prof. Madhu S. Gupta, Microwave Engineering: What is it, where is it headed, and how it serves the mankind, 6th August 2015
You are cordially invited to the following IEEE MTT-S Distinguished Lecture hosted by the IEEE South Australia Chapter on AP-MTT ABSTRACT What is RF and Microwave Engineering: how and why it is different from low-frequency or optical engineering; what are its theoretical underpinnings; to what applications is microwave engineering put, and what makes microwaves particularly […]
Abstract: Brain computer interfaces (BCIs) enable human brains to interact directly with machines. Motor imagery based BCI (MI-BCI) encodes the motor intentions of human agents and provides feedback accordingly. However, 15–30% of people are not able to perform vivid motor imagery. To save time and monetary resources, a number of predictors have been proposed […]