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The Centre for Intelligent Systems Research is continuously looking for high quality students and postdoctoral fellows interested in furthering their careers in the area of intelligent systems. CISR currently has opportunities for PhD's and postdoctoral fellows in modelling and simulation, scheduling, manufacturing, robotics, human performance and haptics.
For further information please forward a copy of your CV and academic transcript to Professor Saeid Nahavandi or A/Prof Douglas Creighton.
There are currently no advertised postdoctoral positions, however we are always interested in hearing from motivated, talented and experienced people, so please send your CV to Professor Saeid Nahavandi or A/Prof Douglas Creighton.
CISR Student Information(429 KB)
Please click on the icon beside each position title to see a short description of the reseach project.
Applications for PhD studies commencing in 2014 are now open for international students, and close on the 31st July 2013.
Applications for domestic students (including Australian and NZ citizens or permanent residents) open on the 1st May 2013 and close on the 31st October 2013.
Haptically Enabled Interactive Living Room
Vibrating Tactile Tracks for Facilitating Dancing Experience to Visually Impaired Audience
Developing modelling methodology to determine critical process parameters and material properties
Force Distribution Analysis
Haptics Modelling of Flexible Materials
Haptics enabled Nano-Manipulation
Algebraic Computing (Programming Algebra)
Augmented Reality Markup Language (ARML)
Implicit 3D Graphics Processing for Viscoelastic Haptic Rendering (Graphics and Haptics)
Continuous Image Algebra: From Finite Sets to POsets and Cyclic Structures (Image Processing)
Force controlled body weight support system for lower limb rehabilitation
Synchronized and Cooperative Control System for a Lower Limb Robotic Rehabilitation
A Cooperative Robotic System for Lower Limb Rehabilitation
Robust Adaptive Control Approach of Bilateral Tele-operation of Tele-surgical Systems
Improving Reliability and Safety of Robotic Motion Simulators Using Developing Robust Control Systems
Fault-tolerant for medical robotics by using model predictive control methods
Improving householders energy consumption behaviour using data analysis and pattern recognition techniques
fNIR Spectroscopy for Brain Computer Interface
Fusing Ultrasound and X-Ray Imagery for a Minimal Radiation Fluoroscopy
Pairwise Client Side Image Stitching via Bluetooth Ad Hoc Networks
Analyse and understand the effect of neuroplasticity on neural information flow
Design of novel neural interface with enhanced signal to noise ratio
Unified spike detection and classification framework for multichannel recording
Accurate neural spike classification using living cells distribution around the electrode
Mapping and prediction of dynamic information flow through cortical neural networks
Enabling ambient intelligence for manufacturing processes through distributed camera networks
Metamodelling and Optimisation of Complex Systems
FEA Optimisation and Visualisation
Decision support using optimisation, machine learning and constraint programming for supply chain management
Construction of Prediction Intervals
Optimisation of Prediction Intervals
Application of Prediction Intervals