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Research interests

  • real time Sensing and Robotics
  • FPGA acceleration of vision systems,
  • event camera processing and acceleration,
  • ultrasonic sensing
  • mobile robot exploration, localisation and mapping.
  • real time sensor integration
  • digital system arbitration and metastability.


Lindsay Kleeman received bachelor degrees in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics both with university medals and in a PhD from the University of Newcastle in Australia.  He is currently an Associate Professor and Director of Learning and Teaching in the Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering at Monash University.  He was also a visiting fellow at Yale University.  He is a senior member of the IEEE and has been an IEEE Centennial student and president of the Computer Chapter of the IEEE Victorian Section.  Lindsay has over a hundred research publications in the areas of robotics, sensing and digital systems.  He is the recipient of 5 best paper awards at international conferences and received the Dean's  Excellence award for Research in 2005.

Monash teaching commitment

ECE5881 Real Time Systems Design

ECE4063 Large Scale Digital Design

ECE2072 Digital Systems

Research area keywords

  • Computer Engineering
  • Robotic Sensor Systems
  • Robotics
  • Computer vision, image and signal processing
  • real time systems
  • event cameras


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  • MONASH UNIVERSITY (Organisational unit)

    Wen Lik Dennis Lui (Inventor), Damien Browne (Inventor), Tom Drummond (Inventor), Wai Ho Li (Inventor) & Lindsay Kleeman (Inventor)

    6 Jul 2016

    Activity: Industry, Government and Philanthropy Engagement and PartnershipsPatentsPatent