Posts for September 2015

Rateless CodesBinary Compressive Sensing via Analog Fountain Coding

Our work on binary compressive sensing using analog fountain codes has been recently published on IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing. This post provides a brief introduction on the work. The full paper is now available on IEEE eXplorer and ArXive. COMPRESSIVE […]

Online CounsellingBe Back Next Week

Just a reminder that the Online Counsellor is away for a week starting now. I will return to posting, reviews, Skype Drop-Ins and sessions from the 6th October 2015. You can still access information on this blog through past posts […]

Online CounsellingHappier

Last week I was madly searching the internet looking for a quality online resource or phone app that could help adults who were being bullied or people who were witness to bullying and wanted help with changing the situation. Imagine […]

Online CounsellingSharing your battles with mental health

“I was first diagnosed with depression when I was 14. “For the next six years I spent my time running away from my diagnosis. I dropped out of high school and I found myself falling through life. “Two years ago, […]

Online CounsellingSpring Break

For quite a few of you it’s spring break for the next two weeks. For others its the middle of a trimester, or they are part way through or just starting a placement. For this first week of spring break […]

Earth ScienceACE CRC Summer Internships for Undergraduates

Applications are now open for two paid summer internships for Australian undergraduates to work on ACE CRC projects. Applicants please note that the deadline for submission is 5:00pm, Friday 09 October 2015. The Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC has announced a new […]

Online CounsellingSee it, hear it, then STOP it.

Bullying is a growing epidemic across the world, and Australia has not been spared. Whilst most of the research centers on bullying in secondary and primary education settings, or the workplace, statistics indicated 1 in 4 people are affected by […]

Herding The Green ChickenThe role of the instructor

At the beginning of every course I teach, I explain my teaching philosophy to my students  and then explain why their course is set up the way it is. One of the aspects I address is how I see my […]

Herding The Green ChickenWelcome Chicken Herders!

None of us are experts at creating the future we dream about.  Crafting any future is a continual process of doing, learning and adjusting – just like herding chickens! In this blog you will find ideas that might help you […]

Online CounsellingR U ok?

On Thursday 1oth September, ask someone – a mate, a colleague, an acquaintance – R U OK? R U Ok day is about suicide prevention. Its about creating a day and opportunity to break down the stigma of mental health […]

Online CounsellingSuicide Prevention

Thursday is R U ok? Day and I will definitely be making a post about how to have a conversation with someone you care about on the day so please come back for that one. Today I thought I would […]

Online CounsellingCentral Coast Opportunity

Project Synergy is a new e-mental health ecosystem of care for Australia’s young people, incorporating complimentary Young and Well CRC products, certified apps and web based interventions, running on an underpinning set of sector standards, digital interfaces and integrated technologies. Synergy […]

Rateless CodesAnalog Fountain Codes for M2M communications

Machine-to-Machine communications have emerged as a promising technology to enable trillions of multirole devices, namely machine-type communications (MTC) devices, to communicate with each other with little or no human intervention. It has many potential applications, such as intelligent transportation systems […]

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