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IoT techniques for disaster prediction and prevention

IoT techniques can be applied in many fields, including disaster prediction and prevention. In developing countries, it may be economically unfeasible to purchase and establish a centralised system. Read more

Advanced robust deep learning

Deep neural networks have recently achieved great success and classification, where the Loss function is an indispensable part of deep learning. Read more

MIMO antenna array for 5G handset applications

Antennas for 5G smartphones, tablet PCs require multiple-bands operation for efficient spectrum utilization and robust links. Multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) arrays meet the demand on multiple functions and superior performance like high gain. Read more

Emotion detection from brain activity

The purpose of this research project is to investigate the emotion mechanism in the human brain. Firstly, human brain architecture will be studied and a 3D model of the brain will be developed. Read more

Autonomous driving with intelligent sensing and advanced fusion

Autonomous vehicles as a future trend is emerging. Autonomous driving highly relies on advanced sensing systems consisting of diverse sensors to see the environment thereby achieving safe trajectory planning. Read more

Reduce household food waste by using intelligent technology

Households are responsible for about 40 to 50 percent of total food waste. Reduction of household food waste would save the global economy over £190 billion and significantly reduce carbon emissions. Read more

Research on non-invasive blood glucose monitoring using microwave cavity

In recent years there has been a growing interest in self-monitoring of health issues using electronics. One key area is that of measuring blood glucose levels for, in particular, diabetic patients. Read more

IoT techniques for e-agriculture

The aim of this project is to design a distributed embedded system that can collect data in real-time for agricultural management, such as rice field water management, with IoT (Internet of Things) techniques. Read more

A sustainability analysis of sea ports

Port expansion is often cited as a key enabler for commercial activity and national or regional economic prosperity, whether in developed or developing nations. Read more

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