Research Student - PhD
Research Program: International Centre for Neuromorphic Systems
Neuromorphic Sensors for Space Situational Awareness
The aim of my research is to determine whether neuromorphic sensors offer improvements over traditional optical sensors for space situational awareness. More specifically, I am investigating whether they can be used to effectively characterise satellites by remotely identifying their constituent materials, discriminating between them or characterising their behaviour. I will also be investigating whether fusing optical neuromorphic data with passive radar data provides a means for more accurate and/or rapid initial orbit determination of newly discovered space objects than current means.
|Location||Western Sydney University Penrith campus (Werrington South)|