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Physical Layer Security

Security of a wireless communication link has always been of great importance. In conventional wireless networks, security issues are primarily considered above the physical layer a more...

Supervisor(s): Li, Yonghui (Professor), Vucetic, Branka (Professor)

Modelling and security assessment of intelligent electricity networks as cyber-physical systems

Intelligent electricity networks such as a smart grid involved physical power system and the cyber system composed of telecommunication and IT networks.  The physical system an more...

Supervisor(s): Hill, David John (Professor)

Demand Side Management in Future Smart Grid: Control, Communication, and Security

In smart grid, demand side management (DSM) has recently attracted significant attention due to its potential capability of reducing the peak demand, increasing the system reliabili more...

Supervisor(s): Li, Yonghui (Professor), Vucetic, Branka (Professor)

Climate Management and Food Security

The aim of this research is to model the impact of adding nutrients to the barren regions of the ocean. more...

Supervisor(s): Jones, Ian S.F. (Professor)

Stochastic power system security assessment and planning

The national energy market, mainly electricity and gas markets, in Australia is operated under a single market operator. The electricity market represents the deregulated power indu more...

Supervisor(s): Hill, David John (Professor)

Future Generation and Grid Planning

In the past, planners placed generation according to fuel and water availability, proximity to urban populations and then expanded the grid to allow efficient power delivery and lat more...

Supervisor(s): Hill, David John (Professor), Verbic, Gregor (Dr)

Soil-landscape dynamic modelling

Soil is the largest terrestrial store of carbon. Understanding causes and controls of spatial and temporal variation of this carbon pool is crucial for managing climate change, food more...

Supervisor(s): Minasny, Budiman (Professor)

Soil in relation to sustainable viticulture in the lower Hunter wine-growing area

The lower Hunter valley, centred on Pokolbin, is Australia’s oldest continuous wine-growing area. It produces wines of high distinction and quality. The University of Sydney F more...

Supervisor(s): McBratney, Alex (Professor)

Biometrics (face recognition, human gait recognition or person re-identification)

This research project aims to develop new feature extraction and classification methods for face recognition, human gait recognition or person re-identification. more...

Supervisor(s): Xu, Dong (Professor)

Exploring the link between international trade and the global obesity epidemic

The project aims to investigate the link between global trade patterns in food commodities and the global obesity epidemic. more...

Supervisor(s): Lenzen, Manfred (Professor)