Expertise across hardware and software design in the fields of various fields including: antennas for satellite communication, RF /microwave transceivers, radar systems including synthetic aperture radar (SAR), satellite communication systems design and interference analysis, IoT over satellite and signal processing and analysis for satellite communication systems.
Kandeepan Sithamparanathan is a professor in Electronics and Telecommunications in the School of Engineering. His areas of expertise include communication engineering, signal processing and network engineering for satellite and wireless communication.
Dr Ghorbani’s areas of interest include: dielectric measurements, composite material structures, frequency selective surfaces, metamaterials, RF energy harvesting, radar systems, ferroelectric devices and Multifunctional antennas.
Space is the next key frontier for science and engineering, and RMIT is the University best placed to drive the Australian charge to space. RMIT has a unique position as the only Australian university with practical expertise across all facets of the emerging multi trillion dollar space industry. To utilise space requires a paradigm shift beyond single, large satellites. In collaboration with industry and government partners, RMIT is already developing new space platforms: constellations of autonomous, resilient and intelligent satellites, incorporating new generations of advanced sensors, including the latest quantum technologies. We are also leading in the design, manufacture, deployment, launch, and operation of space systems. As a member of the International Astronautical Federation with a close association with the International Academy of Astronautics, RMIT has gained international recognition for its innovative space research and contribution to space sciences.
The future is space, and RMIT is leading the way, training the next generation of space scientists and engineers, and developing the technologies to get us there.
Allison is a Professor of Satellite Positioning and Geodesy at RMIT University. She is also a Research Program Director (Advanced Satellite Systems, Sensors and Intelligence) within the SmartSat Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) (June 2020 – present). The SmartSat CRC, comprising industry research organisations and government, is one of the most significant space industry research concentrations in Australia.
RMIT's Earth Observation (EO) research spans every level of our space and spatial environment: from mapping change in the earth's natural and built environments; sensing weather and early warnings in our atmospheric environments; protecting critical infrastructure in orbital and deep space; to monitoring and assessing the impacts of climate change across our whole planet.
RMIT's award winning research teams bring interdisciplinary critical mass to impactful applied research problems across the breadth of key areas in EO, including: environmental monitoring and sustainability; geospatial intelligence; positioning, navigation, and timing; aerospace engineering; space situational awareness; space policy and space law; and the social, global, and ethical dimensions of EO.
Suelynn Choy is Professor of Geospatial Science and Satellite Navigation in RMIT University. Suelynn is also the Director of the RMIT Satellite Positioning for Atmosphere, Climate and Environment (SPACE) Research Centre, and lead of the Space and Spatial Capability Cluster@RMIT, SASCCAR network.
Matt is Professor in Geographic Information Science at RMIT University, in the School of Science, Geospatial Sciences discipline. Matt's background is in computing and AI using geospatial data for applications such as environmental monitoring, emergency response, and GEOINT (geospatial intelligence).
RMIT has deep capability and experience in the design, simulation, manufacture and assessment of structures for space. This experience extends across the technical readiness levels with orbiting operational satellites using chassis and other components produced within the RMIT Additive Manufacturing Centre.
Milan Brandt is Distinguished Professor in Advanced Manufacturing in the School of Engineering, Director RMIT Digital Manufacturing Facility and Director RMIT Centre for Additive Manufacturing, which he established in 2014 to further increase the adoption of additive manufacturing technology locally and train the next generation of engineers in the technology.
Driving R&D innovation in data analytics and cybersecurity in space & spatial applications for accelerating the maturation of the Australian space industry to achieve international competitive advantage focusing on large scale computation, industry incubators, and scale free modelling.
Dr. Wachowicz is a Professor in Data Science at RMIT School of Science in the RMIT STEM College. She is also the Associate Dean of Geospatial and the Cisco Innovation Chair in Big Data. Dr. Wachowicz is a world-renowned expert in Data Science, with a unique multidisciplinary background in Geography, Geomatics Engineering and Computer Science.
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RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business. - Artwork created by Louisa Bloomer
Acknowledgement of country
RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business.