I am Yee Wei Law (罗裔纬) or “Law” for short. I received my BEng, MEng and PhD degrees from University of Southampton, Nanyang Technological University, and University of Twente respectively. Before joining UniSA, I was a Research Fellow at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, The University of Melbourne. I also contributed to teaching at Deakin University.
I am currently a Senior Lecturer at University of South Australia (UniSA). From 2017 to 2021, I was the Program Director for multiple electrical-related BEng (Hons) programs, namely Electrical and Electronic Engineering (ESE-LHIF), Electrical and Mechatronic Engineering (EMC-LHIF), Electrical and Electronic Engineering + Business (LBZB), and Mechatronic Engineering (LHEG).
Before 2021, I coordinated and taught EEET 3046 Control Systems and EEET 4071 Advanced Control. From 2020 to 2021, I coordinated and taught EEET 2044 Electromechanics. Since 2021, I have been coordinating and teaching EEET 3016 Power Electronics. Since 2022, I have been coordinating and teaching COMP 5074 Cryptography and Data Protection, and since 2023, I have been coordinating and teaching COMP 5075 Telecommunications and Device Security as well. A common thread in my teaching is model-based design, supported by analytical problem solving and computational thinking.
My research interests covered a broad spectrum, but I am currently focusing on space system security, adversarial machine learning and machine diagnostics. I was involved with numerous European projects on sensor networks, including EYES, SENSEI, Internet of Things Initiative, SmartSantander and SocIoTal; in particular, I was a Chief Investigator in the last three projects. In Australia, I was involved with ARC-funded sensor network and smart city testbed projects. I am serving on the editorial board for International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks and Journal of Computer Security and Data Forensics. My publications can be found in ACM Transactions, IEEE Transactions, IEEE Magazines, EURASIP Journals and more, earning me a Google Scholar H-index of 26.
On 5 December 2021, I founded Mesh in Space. On 9 February 2022, Mesh in Space was admitted into the Venture Catalyst Space program.
My up-to-date list of publications.