A/Prof Philip Leong's research in the area of reconfigurable computing has been highly recognised at a computing machines symposium in the USA. Reconfigurable computing can be used to accelerate computationally intensive applications such as those found in signal processing, cryptography and computational finance.
Assoc. Prof Rafael Calvo, Director for the Software Engineering Group, believes that by bringing together research and methodologies well-established in psychology, education, neuroscience, engineering and human-computer interaction, we can begin a new era of digital experiences that are deeply human-centred.
A/Prof Javid Atai has won an International Program Development Fund grant to collaborate with world-leading researchers from Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and Harvard Medical School. The project aims to develop novel techniques and algorithms to improve the capabilities of biomedical imaging devices so that real-time high-definition video can be transmitted and analyzed.
Research Report 2011 is a hallmark of the school's approach, which integrates a diverse array of perspectives supported by excellent infrastructure and strong links with industry.
Professor Robert Minasian has been invited to the Council of Canadian Academies Survey of Science and Technology Strengths as an author of one of the top 1% most highly cited papers in his field worldwide.
Professor David Hill's paper, "Stability and L2 gain analysis for switched delay systems: a delay dependent method", was recently awarded a most cited article 2006-2010 by the journal Automatica.
Dr Guoqiang Mao , together with one NICTA and two ANU researchers, has won a grant of U$180,000 for two years from US Air Force, Asian Office of Research and Development (AOARD) on "Robust Multi-Agent Sensor Network Systems".
We have established an ANZ Regional Centre for CDIO (Conceive - Design - Implement - Operate), led by Sydney,with collaborators at Melbourne, QUT and Auckland.