ISSNIP Supported Events


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Past ISSNIP Supported Events

  • Nikola Tesla 150th Anniversary Conference - Tesla Legacy: From Electrical Light to Sensor Networks: Melbourne, July 2006.

  • Seminar on Concepts of Entropy and Their Applications will be held during 26th November to 12th December 2007 at University of Melbourne

  • ISSNIP Bursary support for COMS 2007 conference registration

  • Seminar Title: MIMO-OFDM System Implementation on Platform FPGAs: Architecture, Design Flow and Real-time Test beds
    Chris Dick, Xilinx, USA.        
    10 July (Tues)
    5.45pm refreshments, 6.00pm start
    Brown Theatre, Building 193, The University of Melbourne

  • Seminar Title: Tunable bandwidth digital filters
    Speaker: Prof Fred Harris, San Diego State University, USA.
    Date: 10 July (Tues)
    Time: 7.00pm refreshments, 7.15pm start
    Venue: Brown Theatre, Building 193, The University of Melbourne

  • Short course on "Introduction to Sensor Networks" (A prelude to ISSNIP Summer School 2006): Melbourne, December 7, 2006.

  • 2003 CENDSS Workshop on Networked Sensors and Decision Support Systems Initial Planning Meeting, DSTO, Adelaide, Australia November 2003.
    The initial ARC Research Network brainstorming meeting was held in Salisbury, hosted by the DSTO and attended by researchers from the University of Melbourne, University of Adelaide and the DSTO, where the areas of expertise relating to the key research themes of the network were identified.

  • Inaugural International Conference on Intelligent Sensing and Information Processing (ICISIP), Chennai, India January 2004.
       The conference was organized by key Network participants and was the venue for the second Research Network meeting. Presentations on Network related issues were made by key figures from participating international institutions.
       This included: Vittal S.Rao, Rutledge-Emerson Distinguished Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Missouri-Rolla & Program Director for Control, Networks, and Computational Intelligence, National Science Foundation

  • Project Planning Session, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia January 2004
      Discussions were held with local and visiting international researchers on future project collaborations, possible through the operation of the Network.

  • Network Planning Meeting, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia February 2004
      This meeting of Research Network participants and potential partners, from around the country, was held to discuss the status of the Network application and discuss opportunities to strengthen the Network through amalgamation with other related successful Seed Funding applicants, in a way that would complement the existing research themes and enhance potential interdisciplinary collaborations.
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