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Centre for Intelligent Systems

The Centre for Intelligent Systems (CIS) conducts outcome driven as well as theoretical research in the areas of complex intelligent systems. A particular focus is applied technologies relating to ICT and Engineering applications.

The Centre’s major research concentration is around the strong research clusters from Information and Computing Sciences and Engineering. The core research areas within CIS are:

  • Computational Intelligence
  • Simulation, Automation and Robotics
  • Smart Networked Devices
  • Clean Energy Technologies

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Research Higher Degree Opportunities

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CIS is committed to outcome driven research and its applied research is well connected to local industry such as Transport, Energy, Health and Mining. CIS is well recognised in its focused research areas and its strength is in the following areas.

Computational Intelligence
Artificial/Computational Intelligence, Pattern Recognition and Data Mining, Image Processing, Computer Vision, Applied Maths.

Simulation, Automation & Robotics
Intelligent Modelling, Intelligent Robotics, Intelligent Sensing Decision Support, Mining and Medical Applications.

Smart Networked Devices
Smart Homes, Smart Grids, Intelligent Protection Systems, Network Automation.

Clean Energy Technologies
Intelligent Buildings, Alternate Fuel, Sustainable HVAC, Materials and Processes, Flow of Energy Modelling.

RESEARCH HIGHER DEGREE STUDENTS

CIS is proud to host and provide research higher degree training for postgraduate students. CIS has a number of research higher degree students based in Rockhampton, Brisbane and Sydney campuses. CIS provides excellent multidisciplinary research training environment.

Scholarships

Scholarships are called twice per year for the general CQUniversity merit rounds. In addition, projects are approved from time to time which allow stipend support for students to study on specific Centre relevant research problems. Further information is available on our Research Scholarships page.

Expertise

CIS has expertise in:

Computational Intelligence

  • Artificial/Computational Intelligence
  • Pattern Recognition and Data Mining
  • Image Processing
  • Computer Vision
  • Applied Maths

Simulation, Automation & Robotics

  • Intelligent Modelling
  • Intelligent Robotics
  • Intelligent Sensing
  • Decision Support
  • Mining and Medical Applications

Smart Networked Devices

  • Smart Homes
  • Smart Grids
  • Intelligent Protection Systems
  • Network Automation

Clean Energy Technologies

  • Intelligent Buildings
  • Alternate Fuel
  • Sustainable HVAC
  • Materials and Processes
  • Flow of Energy Modelling
Projects

Current Projects

Our research projects include:

  • ARC - Smart information processing for roadside fire risk assessment
  • ARC - Improve fault detection in electrical distribution networks to avoid catastrophic bush fires
  • ARC - Networked and coordinated control methods
  • ARC - Framework for optimised ensemble classifiers
  • Advance Queensland - Battery and microgrid management systems
  • ARRB – Impact of wide centre lines on the pavement using image processing techniques
  • Digital mammography: classification of benign and malignant patterns
  • Opening access to valuable documents: a handwriting recognition approach
  • Elevare energy dstatcom project
  • Hanging wire detection
  • High performance swer earthing
  • Power electronics projects in power quality and PV
  • Failure analysis of CV 103 pulley and bearing for BMA
  • Thermo-chemical conversion of non-recyclable waste plastics into fuel.
  • Development of a novel low energy building using bio phase change materials and rooftop greenery system.
  • Technology development for sustainable use of storm water for irrigation purposes in agricultural farm land.
  • Energy recovery and power generation from solid wastes (MSW, Green waste, wood waste, sugarcane bagasse, etc.)
  • Modelling and Analysis of the Processes of Dead-Burned Magnesia Production in Order to Improve Energy Efficiency and Environmental Sustainability
  • Development of non-adiabatic Desiccant Wheel for Solar Thermal Air Conditioning
  • Technology development for solar assisted desalination
  • Integration of industrial processes in an existing coal fired power station to minimize the cost of carbon capture and storage
  • Flow phenomena in the transportation of mineral slurry in open channel launders.
  • Team programming: framework development
  • Team Programming: Application Development
  • Gamified training materials for drug prescribing
Partners and external relationships

The Centre for Intelligent Systems undertakes both basic and applied research, with a particular focus on collaborative partnerships to deliver real world solutions.

CIS partners include:

  • Atlass Pty. Ltd
  • Elevare Energy
  • Intendico Pty. Ltd.
  • Powerlink
  • Queensland Health
  • Queensland Transport and Main Roads
  • Western Power

Contact Details

Centre for Intelligent Systems

Level 6, 160 Ann Street
Brisbane, Queensland 4000, Australia

Ms Tina Ho
Phone: +61 (0) 7 3295 1194
Email: t.ho@cqu.edu.au

Prof Brijesh Verma (Centre Director)
Phone: +61 (0) 7 32951156
Email: b.verma@cqu.edu.au

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