New night vision optics revolutionise infrared sensing
Professor of Physics and Electronic Engineering at the University of Melbourne, Kenneth Crozier, used nanotechnology to redesign high-performance infrared imaging technologies.
The University of Melbourne has expertise in foundational areas of signal processing, optimisation and information technology that can be applied in a wide range of applications.
Our research has helped develop radar systems for defence, civil aviation and industry purposes in the US and UK. The systems have also been used for surveillance and emergency response through crowd monitoring via networked cameras, as well as advanced monitoring systems for the Great Barrier Reef.
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