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Dr. Michael Neve

Senior Lecturer
Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Research Interests:

  • Wireless communication services in indoor environments
  • Complex inhomogeneous materials and their influence on propagation models
  • Radio wave propagation
  • Indoor wireless systems
  • Computational electromagnetics
  • Finite-difference time domain methods
  • Spectral domain methods
  • Antenna engineering
  • Cellular systems engineering and cellular system performance optimisation

Q1. What is your role within the healthbots project?

Q2. What excites you about the healthbots project?

Recent publications in 2009: 




Ying Yang

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Research Interests:

  • Radio Systems
  • Mathematics
  • Game Theory 

 Q1. What is your role within the healthbots project?

I am involved with the wireless propagation research agenda. My research aims to indentify suitable wireless deployment strategies to provide reliable and efficient wireless communication coverage, which is suitable for aged care facilities.

Q2. What excites you about the healthbots project?

It excites me that this project is going to significantly benefit the health care sector in both New Zealand and in other countries which will advance care for the aged and disabled.

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