Research

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The centre draws on the huge expertise of Australia’s largest Engineering faculty. ACSER resides in the School of Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering at UNSW and interacts with most of the Schools in that Faculty: Mining Engineering, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, as well as the Engineering and Information Technology School of UNSW Canberra. Collaborations have been developed with the Faculties of Science, Business, Law, and Arts and Social Sciences. Future opportunities are being examined with Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering and Chemical Engineering.

ACSER has research strengths in Global Navigation Satellite Systems receiver design, Earth Observation satellite systems, cubesat development in radiation tolerant FPGA's, Novel satellite structures utilising rapid manufacture and GNSS remote observation research. It also has made headway in the emerging field of Off Earth Mining research.

RESEARCH PROJECTS

ACSER has research strengths in Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) receiver design, earth observation satellite systems, cubesat development in radiation tolerant FPGA's, novel satellite structures utilising rapid manufacture and GNSS remote observation research, while fostering new research in the emerging field of off earth mining.