Centre for Intelligent Systems Research

CISR Research Seminar Series - 2008

  CISR presentation
blue star Professional development
yellow star Keynote lecture
purple star External presentation
red star No presentation

These research seminars were held in the Geelong Haptics Lab (KC1.017)

Date Time Presenter Presentation/topic
Thursday October 16 2.30pm Lee Shu Ling Alycia Reconstruction of 3D Lung Component Models from 2D CT Images
Thursday September 11 2.30pm Mohammed Hossny Algebraic Framework for Image Fusion
Thursday September 4 2.30pm Michael Johnstone Learning Routing Rules in Complex Conveyor Network Information
Thursday August 28 2:30pm Nima Yazdanshenas The value of shared information in inventory control systems
Thursday August 21 2.30pm Michael Johnstone Learning Routing Rules in Complex Conveyor Networks
Thursday August 14 2.30pm Matthew Watson Optimized Real-Time Stable 3D Tracking Using Online and Offline information
Thursday August 7 2.30pm Abbas Khosravi Development of hybrid modelling techniques for complex systems
Thursday July 31 2.30pm Dr. Yakov Frayman blue star  Competitive grants: A personal Perspective
Thursday June 24 2.30pm Ross De Rango Robust multi-modal multi-robot localisation
Thursday July 17 2.30pm Jeremy Opie Modelling and Optimisation of Manufacturing Processes using Soft Computing Methods
Thursday July 3 2.30pm Dawei Jia Systematic evaluation of VE-based training system efficacy: a user-centered evaluation approach
Thursday June 26 2.30pm Shady Mohammed Robust Multi-sensor data Fusion
Thursday June 19 2.30pm Dr. Yakov Frayman blue star  How to write high quality Journal papers and competitive grants
Thursday June 12 2.30pm Samer Hanoun Dynamic Request-Driven Data Gathering Scheme for Wireless Sensor Networks
Thursday June 5 2.30pm Ben Horan Haptic control methodologies for Teleoperated Mobile Robotic
Thursday May 29 2.30pm Khashayar Khoshmanesh Design and Simulation of an Interdigital-Chaotic Advection Micromixer for Lab-on-a-chip Applications

 

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