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Wide-band antenna design based on machine learning

With the rapid development of modern wireless communication and radar technologies, as one of the most important components of the radio frequency front end, the structure and design of antennas and arrays are becoming more and more complex, which brings increasing computational burdens. Read more

Radar signal processing based on neural network sequence model

Intelligent transportation and intelligent driving represent the current major trends in the development of the transportation industry, while environmental perception is the key core technology of transportation intelligence and is also a hot area of long-term academic research. Read more

Electric Propulsion Systems for Small Spacecraft

The University of Auckland is conducting research into electric propulsion systems for small spacecraft. We are looking for a PhD candidate to research the miniaturisation of a high-Tc superconducting magnetoplasmadynamic drive and its subsystems. Read more

Space Optical Communications

The University of Auckland is developing a research programme in optical communications between ground and orbiting satellites. We are looking for a PhD candidate to adapt an existing optical telescope, and build optical instrumentation to demonstrate optical communications from satellites in low earth orbit. Read more

Development of Spin based Transistors with 2D Materials

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
Over the past few decades, size of transistors has been tremendously reduced from a few centimetres to a few tens of nanometres. This trend in down scaling the device size has almost reached its ultimate physical limitation, challenging Moore’s Law which has been valid for almost half a century. Read more

Spintronics with Topological Semimetals

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
According to Moore’s law, the number of transistors in integrated circuits doubles approximately every two years. If this trend continues, the atomic length scales will be reached within several years. Read more

PhD Studentship in Neuromorphic Engineering

The PhD project will focus on the design of analogue and mixed-mode processor circuits for implementing computing systems, in particular accelerators for machine learning (deep learning, neural networks). Read more
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