Advanced Aerial Mobility and eVTOL aircraft in Australia: Promise and Challenges
Research with us
We are always on the lookout for dedicated and inspired students and postdoctoral fellows who want to further their careers in intelligent systems. We currently have opportunities for PhDs and postdoctoral fellows in all our major research areas.
If you're interested in researching with us, get in touch by forwarding your CV and academic transcript to Professor Saeid Nahavandi or Professor Douglas Creighton via email.
Australia’s first human ready high-G centrifuge – Dawn of a new capability.
The Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation (IISRI), at Deakin University, has created the first high-G centrifuge in Australia and is now moving towards making it human ready. The system in its entirety was designed, built and tested in Australia by local talents and puts Australia right at the forefront of aviation and space training technologies.
Professor Saeid Nahavandi has received IEEE meritorious award from SYSTEMS, MAN, AND CYBERNETICS Society (IEEE SMCS) at the Annual SMC conference held in Bari, Italy, October 2019.
Discover research opportunities in IISRI
Deakin University has received "the Avalon 2019 Innovation Award for Training" for developing the Universal Motion Simulator (UMS) haptically enabled motion platform.
Go beyond with IISRI's resident haptics, AR and robotics specialist, Dr Mick Fielding.
Visual Fatigue Assessment in Virtual Reality via Ocular Biomechanics Modelling
With the rapid development of VR technologies and the growth of VR applications that touch different aspects of our lives, it became essential to assess visual fatigue during a VR experience.
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