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Sherine Antoun, PhD, views himself primarily as a facilitator of learning, rather than as an expert who simply delivers information to students. He is always conscious of his students’ different learning styles, rates of learning, what they have already learned and what they will need to learn in the future. Feedback from his students is vital to the process of growth he has undergone since he began teaching. Antoun said that he has gained feedback and improved the pacing of lectures and effective ways to help his students learn in small group discussions.

Antoun has been invited to share his knowledge as a guest lecture and speaker at the following events:

  • 2018 Mining CTFM Echo Signal Data for Navigation
  • IEEE Intelligent Systems Conference (IntelliSys)
  • 2015 Perception for Robotics in Hostile Environments
  • The Industry Workshop Talk at the 6th Annual Conference on Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures, Lyon France
  • 2015 Adapting perception techniques of vision-impaired humans for Robotic Autonomous Navigation
  • Research graduate seminars 2015 UIS
  • 2013 Cryptography Complexity and Graphs
  • 2012 Echolocation from nature to mobile robots
  • Informatics colloquium June 2012 UOW
  • 2004 - 2005 Innovations in Document Storage and Retrieval
  • Informatics colloquium 2004 and guest lecture 2005 UOW  

Sherine Antoun's Curriculum Vitae 

Selected Published Work 

Antoun S.M. (2019) Mining CTFM Echo Signal Data for Navigation. In: Arai K., Kapoor S., Bhatia R. (eds) Intelligent Systems and Applications. IntelliSys 2018. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 869. Springer, Cham

S. Antoun and P. McKerrow, Issues in wall tracking with a CTFM ultrasonic sensor, IEEE Sensors, vol. 13, pp. 46714681, December 2013.

Antoun, S, Biologically inspired perception for robotics in hostile environments..., Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures (2015).

S. Antoun and P. McKerrow, Mimicking a blind person navigating a corridor using a k-sonar with a mobile robot, in Proceeding PCAR 10 Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Practical Cognitive Agents and Robots, AMAS Toronto, 2010.

P. McKerrow, S. Antoun, and P. Worth, A software architecture for mobile
robot navigation, in Proceedings Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems
TAROS (S. Ramamoorthy and G. M. Hayes, eds.), no. ISBN 9‘a8 9‘a6849 a“a 9, (Edinburgh), pp. 185192, University of Edinburgh, University of Edinburgh, September 2008.

S. Antoun and P. McKerrow, Perceiving a corridor with ctfm ultrasonic sensing, in Proceedings Australasian Conference on Robotics and Automation (M. Dunbabin and M. Srinivasan, eds.), vol. CD-ROM, (Brisbane), Australian Robotics and Automation Association, Australian Robotics and Automation Association, December 2007.

P. McKerrow and S. Antoun, Research into navigation with CTFM ultrasonic sensors, in Proceedings of 63rd Annual meeting Institute Of Navigation (ION), vol. 63, (Cambridge, MA), pp. 674680, Institute Of Navigation, Institute Of Navigation, April 2007.

S. Antoun and P. McKerrow, Wall following with a single ultrasonic sensor, in Intelligent Robotics and Applications (H. Liu, H. Ding, Z. Xiong, and X. Zhu, eds.), vol. 6425 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pp. 130141, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010.