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November 2018

Prof. Lang White – Correlated Equilibria in Satisfaction Games

November 2 @ 3:10 pm - 4:00 pm
S112, Engineering South

Presenter : Prof Lang White, The University of Adelaide, Australia. Joint work with Dr Duong Nguyen (Uni of Adelaide) and Oskar Rynkiewcz (IMT-Atlantique, Brest, France). Abstract : In this presentation I will introduce the idea of correlated equilibria in satisfaction games. A satisfaction game is a multi agent system where agents (players) do not compete to maximise some utility (payoff) function, but rather, they try to satisfy set theoretic constraints imposed on their own actions by those of the other agents. When…

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IEEE AP/MTT – Dr. Philipp Gutruf – Soft, wireless sensors and photonics for assessment and stimulation of biological systems

November 6 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
S112, Engineering South

Abstract          Recent advances in materials and fabrication concepts coupled with miniaturization of wireless energy transfer schemes enable the construction of soft high-performance electronic and optoelectronic systems with sizes, shapes and physical properties matched to biological systems. Applications range from continuous monitors for health diagnosis to minimally invasive exploratory tools for neuroscience. This seminar explores basic science and engineering aspects for the creation of such systems. Their applications are discussed in the context of imperceptible body-worn devices for the assessment of…

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IEEE AP/MTT – Prof. Tadao Nagatsuma – Millimeter-wave and Terahertz Applications Enabled by Photonics

November 29 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
S112, Engineering South

Abstract This lecture presents how effectively photonics technologies are implemented not only in generation, detection and transmission of millimetre waves (MMW) and terahertz (THz) waves, but also in system applications such as communications, measurements, spectroscopy and imaging to efficiently enhance their performance. After briefly reviewing key devices and components, first, wireless communications applications are discussed aiming at a data rate of terabit/s. Next, frequency-domain spectroscopy systems are presented, in particular focusing on the approach to increasing a measurement sensitivity, and…

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