Mr. Wesley Au

Mr. Wesley Au

Teaching Associates
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Clayton Campus.

Wesley has completed a doctorate degree at Monash University in Mechanical Engineering 2015, specialising in robots and path planning. Currently he is  working at UTS as a postdoctoral fellow at the Centre for Autonomous Systems on a variety of projects, with a focus on industry-based research.

He has completed BE(Mechatronics) and BSc(Atmospheric Science, Mathematics), Monash in 2010. Wesley has a deep interest in computer programming, object oriented, using Visual Basic for the more than 10 years at hobby and research levels. He is also familiar with C, C++. He is fluent with the MATLAB programming suite, used primarily in my postgraduate research for heavily-mathematical material.
Au also share an interest in the weather, also having completed a degree to satiate this.
He is been teaching 3rd year Control Systems (MEC3457) and 4th year Robotics (MEC4457) at Monash University as a demonstrator for over 5 years. He has also worked as a mechanical engineer at Ecotech, making use of my BE and BSc in helping design prototypes for weather and environment monitoring systems.

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy,(Ph.D), Mechanical Engineering, Monash University
  • Bachelor of Science, (B.Sc), Atmospheric Science, Mathematics, Monash University
  • Bachelor of Engineering,(B.E), Mechatronics, H1 Honours, Monash University

Teaching Commitments

  • MEC3457 - Systems and control
Last modified: November 30, 2017