Senior Research Associate
School of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics
Aaron has a strong interest in the application of electronics in biomedical devices and instrumentation. He has previously been involved in teaching courses in the field of electronics and computer architecture at the University of South Australia, where his involvement spanned 6 years and included teaching/supervising at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
His interests cover electronic circuits, intelligent robotic control via microcontrollers and the application of microelectronic circuitry in biomedical devices.
PhD, University of South Australia 2009. Thesis title: A Remote Laboratory for Testing Microelectronic Circuits on a Silicon Wafer.
BEng (Electronics and Microengineering)(Hons), University of South Australia 2006.
Aaron currently works as a research associate at MDPP (Medical Device Partnering Program). His role involves research and development of biomedical devices and instrumentation at various stages in their product life cycle.
Project areas that he has worked in include:
Analog and Digital Electronics
Team TREV (Two-seater Renewable Energy Vehicle)
Volunteer: Motor/driver instrumentation/lighting control and CAN communication (2009 - current)
South Australian Multicultural Youth Ambassadors (SAMYA)
Chairman/Public Officer/Founding member (2009 - 2011)
South Australian Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission (SAMEAC), Youth Advisory Committee
Committee member (2007 - 2011)
Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)
Presenter/Faculty advisor (2005 - 2008)
Robotics Peer Mentoring (RPM)
Mentor/Mentor trainer (2003 - 2007)
UniSA IEEE Student Branch
Mawson Lakes Rostrum Club
Secretary/President (2003 - 2005)