MANAGEMENT TEAM & EXPERTS
MS Telecom. University of Melbourne
Ex-Sales Head, Foxconn
Younger L. Liang
National Chiao Tung University
Ex-Project Leader, Roche Diagnostics
MBA, Kellogg School
Ex-COO, hiSoft NASDAQ: HSFT.
University of Southern California
Chief Technical Consultant, SAP China
Ph.D., University of Southern California
Dr. Peter Yang
Ph.D., New Mexico State University
TIGER AR DISPLAY COLLABORATION
Dr. Ranjith R Unnithan
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering at Cambridge University
Dr. Hemayet Uddin
Dr. Nico Voelcker
Scientific Director of the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication
Professor Chris Manzie
Professor and Head of Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Melbourne School of Engineering
Professor Christina Lim
Professor and Deputy Head of Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at The University of Melbourne
Professor Thas Nirmalathas
Group Leader of the Electronics and Photonics Systems
Professor of Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering at the University of Melbourne.
About Dr. Ranjith R Unnithan
Dr. Ranjith R Unnithan is currently a Research Group Leader and Senior Lecturer at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at University of Melbourne. His research areas span drone-based sensors and applications, multi-spectral sensors for biomedical applications, thermal image cameras and nanophotonic engineering.
Dr. Ranjith R Unnithan’s career started as Scientist/Engineer at Indian Space Research Organization, Bangalore. He was involved in India's first mission to moon “Chandrayaan -1” and awarded with Young Scientist award by His Excellency, The President of India in 2007 for his contributions.
During his PhD in Electrical Engineering at Cambridge, he developed a voltage reconfigurable nanophotonic phase modulator with more than one million phase modulating elements in a very small area in silicon. After finishing PhD, Dr. Ranjith R Unnithan worked as a postdoctoral researcher and project manager in the Electrical Engineering Department at Cambridge for a Samsung project. He joined the University of Melbourne as a lecturer in 2014.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship:
• Co-founder and Director of Sensor Research, Hort-Eye Pty Ltd, precision agriculture drone sensing company founded by a team from the University of Melbourne and aligned in partnership with XM2, a major drone equipment and services company.
• Won the Transurban Innovation Competition 2017 for research into a speed sensor with LED lights, which once attached to the road surface could provide real-time customized signals encouraging speeding drivers to slow down.
• Won two innovation competitions from Cambridge University Entrepreneurs in 2011, which were reported in Cambridge Elevator news as ‘25 Cambridge technologies that could change the world’.
• Awarded with CambridgeSens innovation awards both in 2009 and 2010