Karl Sammut completed his Ph.D at The University of Nottingham (U.K) in 1992 and was employed between 1992 and 1995 as a Postdoctoral Fellow at The Politecnico di Milano (Italy), and at Loughborough University (UK). He commenced his appointment at Flinders University in 1995. He is currently a Professor with the Engineering Discipline in the College of Science and Engineering. His primary research activities are in the area of autonomous marine vehicles, including mission planning, vehicle navigation, guidance and control, and situation awareness. Prof Sammut is the Director of the Centre for Maritime Engineering at Flinders University.
Director, Centre for Maritime Engineering, Control and Imaging
Course Coordinator, BEng Naval Architecture
Autonomous Marine (Surface/Underwater) Vehicles
Active Control of Vibration
Smart Structures and Materials
Chair - IEEE South Australia Section Committee (2015, 2016)
Vice Chair - IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society (Australia Council)
For further details regarding research work, please look at the the following webpage for the Centre for Maritime Engineering, Control and Imaging webpage and the Maritime RobotX webpage.
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