Reza Moheimani presents a keynote lecture at the 3M-NANO

August 2012

Reza Moheimani presented a keynote lecture, titled “The Art of Nanopositioning: From mechanical Design to Control” at the 2nd International Conference on Manipulation, Manufacturing and Measurement on the Nanoscale, 29 August – 1 September 2012, Xi’an, China.

Matthew Fairbairn wins best student paper award at AIM 2012

July 2012

Congratulations to Matthew Fairbairn for winning the best student paper award at the 2012 IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics. The winning paper “Quality Factor Enhancement of an Atomic Force Microscope Micro-cantilever Using Piezoelectric Shunt Control” was co-authored by Matthew and Reza Moheimani.

Matthew Fairbairn’s paper wins AUCC 2011 best student paper award

November 2011

The paper “Improving the Scan Rate and Image Quality in Tapping Mode Atomic Force Microscopy with Piezoelectric Shunt Control”, co-authored by Matthew Fairbairn, Reza Moheimani and Andrew Fleming has won the AUCC 2011 best student paper award. Congratulations to Matthew!

Reza Moheimani elected Fellow of IFAC

May 2011

Reza Moheimani has been elected as a Fellow of International Federation of Automatic Control (FIFAC) by the IFAC Fellow Selection Committee and approved by the IFAC Council in a vote taken in May 2011.

Reza Moheimani elected Fellow of the IEEE.

December 2010

Each year the IEEE Fellow Committee recommends a select group of recipients for one of the Association’s most prestigious honors, elevation to IEEE Fellow. The IEEE Board of Directors at its November 2010 meeting, elevated Reza Moheimani to IEEE Fellow, effective 1 January 2011, with the following citation: “for contributions to control of nanopositioning systems”

Dr Mehmet Yuce wins the 2010 Pro Vice-Chancellors Award for Research Excellence.

August 2010

These Awards aim to encourage and recognise the achievements of early and mid-career researchers. Research excellence is judged relative to career opportunity and candidates are judged by several criteria including: The originality of the research, the quality of the research output, the impact of research, success in attracting research funds, success in research higher degree supervision, peer recognition, and track record relative to opportunity.

Mr Anthony Fowler starts his Ph.D

July 2010

Anthony Fowler has commenced working toward his Ph.D with LDCNS. He is working on energy scavenging systems at the MEMS scale.