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Enquiries Email: ProfEdCourses@adfa.edu.au
The aim of this course is to provide those who are designated Radio Frequency Radiation Safety Officers (RFRSO) with an understanding of the principles and practice of radio frequency radiation safety and radio frequency radiation safety measurement. The references for the course are ARPANSA Radiation Protection Series Publication No. 3 and Australian Standard AS 2772.2-1988.
Alistair has been undertaking radar-based research for over 40 years. Trained as a physicist, his research interests have been primarily biological. In an 18-y career as a UNSW academic, he taught courses in meteorology and general physics. He developed and maintains the health-effects component of the RFRSO course.
David undertook his PhD with the University of Adelaide’s Atmospheric Radar group, refurbishing the Buckland Park VHF wind profiler. After two years in Japan, working with Kyoto University’s Radio Atmospheric Science Centre on the MU Radar at Shigaraki, he began what became a two-decade academic career with UNSW Canberra, lecturing Physics to the ADFA cohort. David’s contributions to the design, development and delivery of the RFRSO course come in the calculation, communications and radar sections.
Greg has had a 20 year career working as a Professional Engineer in various industries involved with RF electronic circuit and systems design and measurement, and a similar length career as a university Academic, engaged in research, teaching and course development. He is also a co-developer of the RFRSO course.
Robert has had 27 years working as a University Academic, teaching Astronomy and Physics, in particular, the Level 3 Electromagnetism component of the Physics Major. Immediately prior to joining UNSW ADFA he worked in Infrared Astronomical Instrumentation development. For the last 11 years he has been involved in RF Radiation as an Amateur Radio Operator. He developed and maintains the Introduction to RF Radiation and Introduction to the Australian RF Exposure components of the RFRSO course.
John lectured in physics at UNSW Canberra for 24 years teaching across a broad range of subject areas including atmospheric physics and meteorology, underwater acoustics and electromagnetism and optics. His research work focussed on acoustic and electromagnetic instruments for remote sensing of the atmospheric boundary layer. He has been the coordinator of the RFRSO course since its inception and contributes to the practical sections of the course.
Courses will be held subject to sufficient registrations. UNSW Canberra reserves the right to cancel a course up to five working days prior to commencement of the course. If a course is cancelled, you will have the opportunity to transfer your registration or be issued a full refund. If registrant cancels within 10 days of course commencement, a 50% registration fee will apply. UNSW Canberra is a registered ACT provider under ESOS Act 2000-CRICOS provider Code 00098G.