11 August 2016 - Seminar on “Autonomous UAVs: A Look Into the Future” by Dr. Siva S. Banda, Air Force Researcher Laboratory (AFRL), Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, USA (Jointly hosted by IEEE Singapore Control Systems Chapter, TL@NUS, NUS ECE Centre for Intelligent Control)

5 August 2016 - Seminar on "Towards Tunable Acoustic Metamaterials" by Dr. Lu Zhenbo, Temasek Laboratories, National University of Singapore

12-15 July 2016 - International Workshop on Detonation for Propulsion (2016 IWDP)

8 July 2016 - Seminar on "Study on Laminar-Turbulent Boundary-Layer Transition in Supersonic Flow" by Dr. Wu Jie, Research Fellow, NTU

Research

Aeronautical Sciences Division
Computational fluid dynamics, aeroelasticity, design optimization.
Flow control, pulse detonation engine.
Robust & failure-tolerant control, guidance.

Electromagnetics Division
Antenna design.
Propagation and scattering of EM waves, computational EM.
EM materials.

Information Security Programme
Cryptology, system security, wireless and network security

Recent Publication

Title: String Stability Of Heterogeneous Leader-following Vehicle Platoons Based On Constant Spacing Policy (Conference)
Source: 2016 Ieee Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (02 Jun 2016 - 02 Jun 2016), Gothenburg, Sweden Published Jun 2016
Author(s): Guo Xianggui; Wang Jianliang; Liao Fang; Teo Rodney;
Research Area: Control & Guidance

Title: 3d Motion Planning Of Uavs In Gps-denied Unknown Forest Environment (Conference)
Source: 2016 Ieee Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (02 Jun 2016 - 02 Jun 2016), Gothenburg, Sweden Published Jun 2016
Author(s): Liao Fang; Lai Shupeng; Hu Yuchao; Cui Jinqiang; Wang Jianliang; Teo Rodney; Lin Feng;
Research Area: Control & Guidance

Title: Wideband Dual-polarized And Dual-monopulse Compact Array For Sar System Integration Applications (Journal)
Source: Ieee Geoscience And Remote Sensing Letters Vol: 13 ISS: 8 PP: 1203-1207 Published Aug 2016
Author(s): Huang Guan-long; Zhou Shi-gang; Chio Tan-huat; Yeo Tat-soon;
Research Area: Electromagnetic