Dale A. Carnegie

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    Professor Dale Carnegie has a BSc. in Theoretical Physics and Applied Mathematics, an MSc (first class honors) in Applied Physics and Electronics and a PhD thesis in Computer Science. He was a lead developer of the Engineering Programme at Victoria University of Wellington and established the University’s first Mechatronics Research Group. He is currently the Dean of Engineering. Professor Carnegie’s current research interests are in the area of mechatronics, autonomous mobile robots, sensors, embedded systems, adaptive control, mechatronics in music applications and engineering education. Specific areas of on-going research include autonomous search and rescue robots and full field image ranging systems. He has published and presented over 200 research papers in various journals, book chapters, conferences and patents and founded the Electronics New Zealand Conference series which is held annually.


    Dale A. Carnegie has a BSc in Theoretical Physics and Applied Mathematics, an MSc with first class honours in Applied Physics and Electronics and a PhD in Computer Science. He is currently the Professor of Electronic and Computer Systems Engineering at Victoria University of Wellington (NZ) where he is also Head of the School of Engineering and Computer Science. He heads Victoria University’s Mechatronics Group which specialises in Autonomous Mobile Robotics.

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