Research Centre: International Centre for Neuromorphic Systems(opens in a new window)
Associate Professor Dennis Delic has more than twenty-five years of experience in the commercial electronics/semiconductor industry, having worked with top multi-national companies, and with the Department of Defence.
Dennis is the Emerging Sensors Discipline Lead with the Defence Science Technology (DST) Group based in Adelaide and an expert in IC Design and semiconductor technologies. Dennis is currently researching advanced single photon imagers for the sensing of hard to find objects in cluttered environments.
Dennis is the designer of the world’s first event based neuromorphic SPAD microchip sensor.
- Single Photon Avalanche Diode (SPAD) Detectors and Imagers
- VLSI Circuits Systems and Applications
- Semiconductor Technologies
- Analogue and Digital CMOS/Bipolar IC Design
- 3D Imaging and Flash LADAR
- Neuromorphic Circuits
- Emerging Sensors
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Electronic Engineering - (University of South Australia - UniSA)
- Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic Engineering (Hons) – (UniSA)
A listing of my publications can be found on Google Scholar (opens in a new window)