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BiographyPeter O'Shea has been a professor in the School of Engineering Systems at QUT since 2007. Broad area of research: Smart Systems Main areas of research
- mobile communications
- digital electronics
- digital signal processing
- power system stability monitoring
- biomedical engineering
- machine and human learning
- 2007-present: Professor - QUT
- 2005 - 2007: Associate Professor - QUT
- 2001 - 2005: Senior Lecturer - QUT
- 1998 - 2001: Senior Lecturer - RMIT
- 1994 - 1998: Lecturer - RMIT
- 1991 - 1994: Postdoctoral Fellow - QUT, School of Electrical & Electronic Systems Engineering
- 1987 - 1991: Research Assistant, then Senior Research Assistant - UQ, School of Electrical Engineering.
- 2010: Vice-chancellor's Performance Award at QUT
- 2007: Australian Learning & Teaching Council (ALTC) Award for Excellence in Teaching, Physical Sciences and Related Studies.
- 2006: National Highly Commended Award for Excellence in Curriculum Innovation from Engineers Australia, jointly with Dr Bouchra Senadji, 2006.
- 2005: Faculty of BEE Distinguished Teaching Award, Individual Category, QUT.
- 2005: Vice-Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award, Individual Category, QUT.
- 2005: QUT Teaching Fellowship, 2005. Awarded 20% of my yearly salary for the fellowship.
- 2005: Inaugural QUT Faculty of BEE Publication Award.
- 2005: Best paper award at the IEEE TENCON Conference, jointly with Amin Sadik and Zahir Hussain.
- 2004: National Award for Excellence in Inclusive Practice in Engineering Education, 2004, from Engineers Australia.
- 2004: Commendation for Excellence in Teaching and Learning in Engineering Education from Engineers Australia.
- 2001: RMIT Faculty of Engineering Award in Student Centred Teaching.
- 2001: Student Centred Teaching Award from the RMIT Vice-Chancellor.
- During undergraduate degree: Thomas McIllwraith Bursary for Academic Achievement in B. E. (Univ. of Qld.).
Australian Research Council (ARC) Grants since 2000: 2009-2011: ARC Discovery Grant, "Improving the efficiency of silent discharge plasma systems through an effective high voltage power converter design match", F. Zare, P. O'Shea, G. Ledwich, B. James, R. Carman, H. Akiyama, F. Blaabjerg. $230,000. Chief Investigator. 2009-2011: ARC Linkage Grant, “Automated vision-based aircraft collision warning technologies”, Dr J Ford, Dr L Meijias, Prof R Walker, Prof P O’Shea, $555,000. Chief Investigator. 2008: ARC LIEF Grant, "Distributed Generation Evaluation Facility and Power Control", Ghosh, Ledwich, Saha, Dong, Wolf, O'Shea, and Zare. $600,000. Chief Investigator. 2007-2009: ARC Discovery Grant, "Improved patient care and image resolution in magnetic resonance imaging", with Prof. C. Meschefske. $195,000. Chief Investigator. 2005-2007: ARC Discovery Grant, “Efficient Signal Processing using Short Word-length Techniques”, with Dr. Z. Hussain, Dr. A. Postula and Dr. R. Iskander, $197,000. Principal investigator. 2004-2006: ARC Linkage Grant, “Reducing Blackout Risk through Live Modelling and Monitoring”, with Prof. G. Ledwich, Prof. T. Pettit and Dr. E. Palmer, $290 000. Chief investigtor. 2000-2003: “Power system modal damping identification”, ARC Linkage grant with Prof. G. Ledwich and Dr. E. Palmer, $270,000. Chief investigator.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- Doctor of Philosophy (University of Queensland)
- Bachelor of Engineering with Honours Class I (University of Queensland)
- Diploma in Education (University of Queensland)
Professional memberships and associations
- Senior Member - IEEE (Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)
- First-year Electrical Engineering
- Digital Signal Processing
- Electronic Design
- Software Systems Design
- Digital Design
- Digital Audio.