Associate Professor David Holdsworth
|Position||Adjunct Associate Professor|
|Telephone||+61 8 7389 5169|
I am Senior Research Scientist in High Frequency Radar, National Surveillance & ISR Division (NSID), Defence Science & Technology (DST) Group.
I am also an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Physics.
My research interests include ionospheric physics, signal processing, and space situational awareness.
I am currently supervising two PhD students in Physics, one working on understanding the characteristics ionospheric Sporadic-E layer, and another working on Space Situational Awareness using non-traditional sensors.
My publication record is summarised as follows:
- Co-author of 54 (17 as lead author) papers published in refereed journal publications, including IEEE signal processing magazine, Radio Science, Advances in Space Research, Annales Geophysicae, “Earth, Planets, Space", Geophysical Research Letters, and Journal of Atmospheric and Solar Terrestrial Physics.
Co-author of 101 (48 as lead author) presentations made at national and international conferences, symposiums and workshops.
Co-author of five invited papers at international conferences
Co-author of book chapter “Ionospheric effects on HF propagation ”, “Advances in Ionospheric Research: Current Understanding and Challenges”, Wiley/AGU, to be published August 2019
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Entry last updated: Wednesday, 5 Jun 2019
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