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Dr Cheng-Chew Lim

Current Postgraduates

 

Cheng Zhao

Ph.D. candidate, The University of Adelaide. Supervisor: A/Prof Cheng-Chew Lim, Prof Christophe Fumeaux, Dr Thomas Kaufmann (external)

Research topic: Application of mode matching technique in designing microwave devices

Hongjun Yu

Ph.D. candidate, The University of Adelaide. Supervisors: Prof Peng Shi, A/Prof Cheng-Chew Lim, Prof Ligang Wu (HIT)

Research topic: Control of multi-agent system with limited sensing and communication

Kiet To

Ph.D. candidate, The University of Adelaide. Supervisor: A/Prof Cheng-Chew Lim

Research topic: Support vector learning on an array processor structure

Wenhui Liu

Ph.D. candidate, Nanjing University of Science & Technology. Supervisors: A/Prof Cheng-Chew Lim, Prof Peng Shi, Prof Shengyuan Xu (NUST)

Research topic: Robust control of a class of uncertain nonlinear systems

Jing Xu

Ph.D. candidate, Nanjing University of Science & Technology. Supervisors: Prof Peng Shi, A/Prof Cheng-Chew Lim, Prof Yun Zou (NUST)

Research topic: Robust control of singularly perturbed systems and applications

Qing Sun

Ph.D. candidate, Jiangnan University. Supervisors: A/Prof Cheng-Chew Lim, Prof Peng Shi, Prof Fei Liu (Jiangnan University)

Research topic: State estimation for Markov jump systems with uncertain transition probabilities

Syed Imranul Islam

Ph.D. candidate, The University of Adelaide. Supervisors: Prof Peng Shi, A/Prof Cheng-Chew Lim

Research topic: Adaptive controller for the stability of stochastic system

Amir Parsa Anvar

Ph.D. candidate, The University of Adelaide. Supervisors: Prof Peng Shi, A/Prof Cheng-Chew Lim

Research topic: Melanoma detection - Development of computational detection method

 

Completed Candidates Supervised by A/Prof Cheng-Chew Lim

Total number of supervision of completed thesis to date: 27 theses

Han Xuan Vu

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide. 2014

Principal Supervisor: A/Prof Cheng-Chew Lim. Co-supervisors: Dr Samuel Davey (DSTO) and Dr Sanjeev Arulampalam (DSTO)

Research topic: Track-before-detect for active sonar

Current employment: DSTO.

Adam Burdeniuk

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide. 2014.

Research topic: A mesh architecture for data management of matrix computations.

Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim; Co-superviser: A/Prof. M.J. Liebelt.

Current employment: DSTO.

Hong Gunn Chew

Ph.D, The University of Adelaide. 2013.

Research topic: Support vector machines with dual error extentions for target detection and object recognition.

Principal supervisors: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim and Professor Robert .B. Bogner.

Current employment: The University of Adelaide.

Hyukjin Lee

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide. 2011.

Thesish topic: Random access schemes for multichannel communication and multipacket reception in wireless networks.

Thesis with commendation.

Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim; Co-superviser: Professor Jinho Choi (external)

Yuexian Wang

M.Eng.Sc., The University of Adelaide. 2011.

Thesis topic: Wide-area situational awareness wireless networks.

Thesis with commendation.

Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim; Co-superviser: Dr J. Asenstorfer (DSTO).

Current activity: PhD Candidate The University of Adelaide

Adriel Cheng

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide. 2010.

Thesis: Verification of systems-on-a-chip using generic evolutionary test techniques from a software application prospective.

Thesis awarded the 2011 University Doctoral Research Medal.

Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim; Co-superviser: A/Prof. M.J. Liebelt.

Current employment: DSTO.

Nigel Brine

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide. 2010.

Thesis: Capacity of multi-input multi-output wireless communication systems operating in the HF band.

Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim

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Current employment: BAE Systems, Australia

Lifang Lu

M.Eng.Sc., The University of Adelaide, 2009.

Thesis: Design study of energy-effcient routing protocol for wireless sensor networks.

Thesis with commendation.

Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim; Co-superviser: A/Prof. M.J. Liebelt.

Current employment: Software Developer, Ekey Enterprise, Ningbo, China

Yinan Kong

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide, 2009.

Thesis: Modular multiplication in the residue number system

Principal supervisor: Dr B. Phillips; Co-superviser: A/Prof. Cheng-Chew Lim.

Current employment: Senior Lecturer, Maquarie University

Xiaoxi Xu

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide, 2009.

Thesis: Software-centric and interaction-oriented system-on-chip verification.

Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim; Co-superviser: A/Prof. M.J. Liebelt.

Current activity: Study medicine at University of Queensland

Tommy Kit-Ming Chee

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide, 2007.

Thesis: Downlink resource allocation for orthogonal frequency division multiple access systems.

Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim; Co-superviser: Prof. J. Choi (external).

Current employment: Principal Advisor Spectrum Planning, Ministry of Business Innovation & Employment (MBIE), Australia.

Gabofetswe Malema

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide. 2007. Principal supervisor: A/Prof. M.J. Liebelt. Co-supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim;

Current employment: Assistant Professor, University of Botswan

Thesis: Intelligent memories.

Hooman Nikmehr

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide, 2005. Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim. Co-superviser: Dr B. Phillips.

Current employment: Assistant Professor, Bu Ali Sina University, Iran.

Thesis: Architectures for floating-point division.

Wan Chul Kong

M.Eng.Sc., The University of Adelaide, 2004. Principal supervisor: Dr S. Al-Sarawi. Co-supervisor: A/Prof Cheng-Chew Lim.

Thesis: Low power low phase noise LC oscillators in silicon-on-sapphire CMOS technology.

Agus Santoso

M.Eng.Sc., The University of Adelaide, 2004. Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim; Co-superviser: Dr Jinho Choi (external).

Current employment: Founder & Owner of chains Cafe and Restaurant in Indonesia, with brand names "GIGGLE BOX", "TOKYO CONNECTION" and "PIZZALOGY", and Financial Director of Jonas Co. Indonesia

Thesis: Decision feedback equalisation for CDMA downlink channels.

Thesis with commendation.

 

Andrew Beaumont-Smith

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide, 2002. Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim.

Current employment: Senior Engineer, PA Semi Inc., USA.

Thesis: MATRISC: A RISC multiprocessor for matrix computations.

Nariman Habili

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide, 2002. Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim; Co-superviser: Dr A. Moini (external)

Current employment: Software Engineer, Risk Research Group, Geoscience Australia.

Thesis: Content-based representation of sign language video sequences.

Matthew Britton

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide, 2002. Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim; Co-superviser: Prof. Peter Taylor.

Current employment: Senior Research Fellow, CDCIN, The University of Adelaide.

Thesis: Stochastic task scheduling in time-critical information delivery systems.

Eric Chong

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide, 2001. Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim

Current employment: Research Engineer, Canon Information Systems Research Australia (CiSRA).

Thesis: A neural framework for visual scene analysis with selective attention.

Mingyan Li

M.Eng.Sc, The University of Adelaide, 1999. Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim

Current employment: Research Engineer, Boeing Phantom Works, USA.

Thesis: Performance analysis and enhancement of proportional navigation guidance systems.

Peter Lozo

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide, 1997. Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim. Co-supervisor: Dr Nanda Nandagopal

Current employment: Senior Research Scientist, DSTO.

Thesis: Neural theory and model of selective visual attention and 2D shape recognition in visual clutter.

Sanjay Mazumdar

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide, 1995. Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim.

Current employment: CEO, Data to Decisions CRC, Australia.

Thesis: Adaptive control of nonlinear systems using neural networks.

Andrew Beaumont-Smith

M.Eng.Sc, The University of Adelaide, 1996. Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim.

Current employment: Senior Engineer, PA Semi Inc., USA.

Thesis: GaAs design methodology and testing of a systolic floating point processor element.

George Hassoun

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide, 1996. Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim.

Current employment: Assistant Professor, Notre Dame University

Thesis: A study of observability-enhanced guidance systems.

Warren Marwood

Ph.D., The University of Adelaide, 1994. Principal supervisor: Prof K. Eshraghian. Co-supervisor: A/Prof Cheng-Chew Lim

Current employment: Research Leader, DSTO.

Thesis: An integrated multiprocessor for matrix algorithms.

Paul Alexander

M.Eng.Sc., The University of Adelaide, 1994. Principal supervisor: A/Professor Cheng-Chew Lim. Co-supervisor: Prof Wei Zhao (Texas A&M).

Current employment: Institute for Telecomm Research.

Thesis: Design and analysis of control schemes for soft real-time computation systems.

Kwong Yong Leong

M.Eng., National University of Singapore, 1984. Joint supervision with Prof C.C. Hang (National Univ Singapore).

Current employment: Senior Engineer in Singapore.

Thesis: Design studies of a class of stochastic self-tuning controllers.

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