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We have 36 Computer Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in Australia

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Computer Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in Australia

We have 36 Computer Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in Australia

Development of broadband electronic warfare sensors for signal detection and direction finding

In military terms, electronic support (ES) is the branch of electronic warfare (EW) related to the collection and analysis of electromagnetic signals in the environment to identify and inform decision makers/ users for situational awareness. Read more

Target Motion Analysis from Doppler sensors

Target Motion Analysis (TMA) is the process of estimating the two-dimensional location of a moving platform, using a temporal sequence of one-dimensional (bearing) observations from a moving sensor. Read more

Multistatic and bi-static localisation of underwater targets

Bi-static and Multi-static localisation use time differences of arrival between multiple receivers to localise objects being tracked by active sonar. Read more

Autonomous swarms for detection of underwater objects

This project explores autonomous swarms for detection of underwater objects using decentralised decision support systems and signal detection using machine learning. Read more

Adaptive Control of Hypersonic Systems

Adaptive control is the control method used by a controller which must adapt to a controlled system with parameters which significantly vary, or are initially contain large uncertainties. Read more
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Visual Swarming for GPS Denied UAV Operations

Swarms of UAVs are an effective means with which to achieve an objective requiring greater redundancy or greater area coverage than can be provided with a single UAV. Read more
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Visual Guidance for Ship Launch and Recovery of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Current systems for landing UAVs on ships tend to be GPS or radar based and do not use passive sensing. This project aims to develop a visual guidance solution for maritime launch and recovery of UAVs which is not reliant on specialist hardware on the ship and is resilient to failed or degraded GPS. Read more

Drone Navigation in GPS Denied Environments

Geodrones is developing an obstacle avoidance system that can avoid obstacles in 360 degrees for a small form factor drone. Various field of view cameras have been tested including stereo and fish-eye lens cameras. Read more

Modelling of Silicon CMOS multi-qubit systems

Silicon CMOS quantum dots are one of the most promising candidate technologies for realising the large scale quantum computers needed for fault-tolerant quantum information processing. Read more

Can Artificial Intelligence improve Training of Unmanned Aerial Systems Operators?

CAE and UNSW will examine situational awareness and cognitive load for autonomous systems. Specifically, it is aimed to understand how situational awareness is affected by different levels of cognitive load, with the focus on high demand tasks, such as the operation of sensors in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV’s). Read more

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