Internet of Things

Focus areas

  • Internet of Things: Smart home, Wearables, Smart retail, Smart farming, Healthcare, Security
  • RFID (Radio frequency identification): Logistics and supply chain visibility, Inventory tracking, Access control, Realtime location systems
  • Sensor networks: Health care, Fire detection, Water quality monitoring, Air quality monitoring, Data logging

Meet the researchers

Professor Jean Armstrong

My research covers a range of wireless and optical communication topics including visible light communications (VLC), visible light positioning (VLP), OFDM modulation and advanced receiver design for VLC and VLP.


A/Professor Nemai Karmakar

Fundamental and applied research in microwave engineering, antenna technologies, RFID and wireless sensors in a multi-disciplinary collaborations with materials, nono-fabrication, chemical and biomedical engineering. Core research theme: Electromagnetics and Electronics.

A/Professor Lindsay Kleeman

Research on real time sensing, robotics and digital systems. Examples include sonar, odometry, LIDAR, neuromorphic cameras, FPGA acceleration, mobile robot mapping, and metastability.

Dr. Faezeh Marzbanrad

I am passionate about health technology, saving lives and reducing healthcare costs. My research focuses on advanced signal processing, machine learning and physiological modelling to develop affordable and reliable mobile-health solutions.


Professor Malin Premaratne

I work in some of the most fundamental areas of electrical engineering including quantum-electrodynamics, charge-transport in nanostructures and photon interactions with waveguides and biological media. Applications of this work include photonics and biomedical engineering.

A/Professor Mehmet Yuce

I and my students design electronics and integrated circuit technology (IC) circuits to design sensor devices for Internet-of-Things (IoT) and healthcare applications, including wearable and implantable systems.

Dr Nikola Zlatanov

I develop communication schemes for next-generation wireless networks.