Wherever possible we have provided links to electronic versions of our published material.
 

Books:

C. Alabaster, “Pulse Doppler Radar”, Scitech, May 2012,  ISBN : 9781891121524
This book is available to buy here: http://www.theiet.org/resources/books/rsna/pulse_doppler_radar.cfm

 

Book Chapters:

E.J.Hughes, “Fitness Assignment Methods for Many-Objective Problems”,  In book “Multiobjective Problem Solving from Nature: From Concepts to Applications”, Ed. Joshua Knowles et. al, pp 307-329, Springer, 2008, ISBN 978-3-540-72963-1

 

Ph.D. Theses

C.M.Alabaster, “The Microwave Properties Of Tissue And Other Lossy Dielectrics” , PHD Thesis, Cranfield University, Shrivenham, 2004

E.J.Hughes, “Radar Cross Section Modelling Using Genetic Algorithms”, PHD Thesis, Cranfield University, Shrivenham, 1998

 

Journals:

  1. Daniel Flores-Tapia, Clive M. Alabaster and Stephen Pistorius, “Real Time Reconstruction of 3D Cylindrical Near Field Radar Images using a Single Instruction Multiple Data Interpolation Approach”, IET Radar, Sonar & Navigation, vol.6, iss. 6, pp494-506, 2012

  2. C.Winsor, E.J.Hughes, “Optimisation and Evaluation of Receiver Search Strategies for Electronic Support”, IET Radar, Sonar and Navigation, Vol.6, Iss. 4, pp 223-240,April 2012

  3. C.M. Alabaster, E.J. Hughes, “An Examination of the Effect of Array Weighting Function on Radar Target Detectability”, C. M. Alabaster, E. J. Hughes, IEEE Trans. Aerospace and Electronic Systems. Vol 46, No. 3, P 1364-1375, July 2010

  4. Clive M. Alabaster, Francesco Soldani and James W. Hyde, “Radar Target Transfer Functions and Their Application to Automatic Target Recognition and Matched Illumination Detection”, Journal of Battlefield Technology, Vol. 12, No. 2, July 2009, pp. 39 – 46.

  5. C. Oxley, J. Williams, R. Hopper, H. Flora, D. Eibeck and C. Alabaster,  “The Measurement of the Reflection and Transmission Properties of Conducting Fabrics to Milli-Metric Wave Frequencies”, IET Proc Science, Measurement and Technology, Vol. 1, No. 3, 2007, pp. 166 – 16

  6.  T.  Sreenuch, A. Tsourdos, B.A. White and E.J. Hughes, “Fuzzy gain-scheduled missile autopilot design using evolutionary algorithms”, IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, v 42, n 4, October, 2006, p 1323-1339 (Electronic copy unavailable here)

  7. A. Tsourdos, B.A. White and E.J. Hughes,  “Fuzzy multi-objective design for a lateral missile autopilot”, Control Engineering Practice, v 14, n 5, May, 2006

  8. C.M. Alabaster, E.J. Hughes, S. Parry, D.Wiley, “Performance comparison of PRF schedules for medium PRF radar”, IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, v 42, n 2, April, 2006, p 601-611

  9. C. M. Alabaster, J. S. Dahele and R. A. Badcock, “Damage and Defect Detection in Planar Composites Using Millimeter Wave Permittivity Measurement”, Materials Evaluation, Vol. 64, No. 2, Feb 2006, pp. 129 – 134.

  10. E.J.Hughes and M.B.Lewis, ”Intelligent agents for radar systems”, IEE Electronics Systems and Software, v 3, n 1, February/March, 2005, p 39-43

  11. E.J. Hughes, A. Tsourdos, B.A. White, "Multi-objective Fuzzy Design of a Lateral Autopilot for a Quasi-Linear Parameter Varying Missile", Journal of Non-Linear Studies - Special issue on control in Defence Systems, Vol. 11, No. 2, 2004.

  12. T. Sreenuch, A. Tsourdos, B.A. White and E.J. Hughes,  “Lateral acceleration control design of a non-linear missile: A soft computing approach”, International Journal of Systems Science, v 35, n 13-14, Oct 20, 2004, p 815-833 (Electronic copy unavailable)

  13. C.M. Alabaster, “Permittivity of Human Skin in the Millimetre Wave Band”, IEE Electronics Letters, Vol. 39, No. 21, 16th Oct 2003, pp. 1521-2.

  14. C.M. Alabaster, E.J. Hughes and J.H. Matthew, "Medium PRF Radar PRF Selection Using Evolutionary Algorithms". IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, pages 990-1001, Vol. 39, No. 3, July 2003 

  15. P.G. Davies and E.J. Hughes, "Medium PRF Set Selection Using Evolutionary Algorithms". IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, pages 933-939, Vol. 38, No. 3, July 2002. 

  16. E.J. Hughes and M. Leyland, "Using Multiple Genetic Algorithms to Generate Radar Point-Scatterer Models". IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation, pages 147-163, Vol. 4, No. 2, July 2000

  17. B.A. White, A.L. Blumel, and E.J. Hughes, "A Robust Fuzzy Autopilot Design using Multi-Criteria Optimization". International Journal of Fuzzy Systems, CFSAT, Vol. 2, No. 2, pages 129-138, June 2000.

  18. E.J. Hughes and M. Leyland, "Target Manoeuvre Detection Using Radar Glint", IEE Electronics Letters, Vol 34, No.17, pages 1695-1696, 20th August 1998.

 

Conferences:

  1. Clive M Alabaster and Evan J. Hughes, "Generating Pulse Compression Waveforms Robust to Eclipsing", IET Radar 2017, Belfast, Oct 2017

  2. Evan J. Hughes, "Piecewise Cumulative Weibull Modelling of Radar Cross Section", IET Radar 2017, Belfast, Oct 2017

  3. C. M. Alabaster, "Suppression of Co-Channel Interference in High Duty Ratio Pulsed Radar Receivers", IET Radar 2017, Belfast, Oct 2017

  4. C.M.Alabaster, E.J.Hughes and D. Flores-Tapia, “A Virtual Target Radar System for Small Arms Fire Training”, RADAR 2013, Adelaide, Australia, Sept 2013

  5. Daniel Flores Tapia, Diego Rodriguez Herrera, Mario Solis Nepote, Alexander Maizlish, Clive M. Alabaster, Stephen Pistorius, “Holographic Reconstruction of Multistatic Breast Microwave Radar Images: Initial results on Synthetic phantoms”,  Proc. International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA) 2013, Turin, Italy, 9 – 13 September 2013. (Electronic copy unavailable)

  6. Evan J Hughes and Clive M Alabaster, “Optimisation Of The Ambiguity Function Of Short-Dwell Arbitrary Pulsed Waveforms”, RADAR 2012, Glasgow, UK, Oct 2012

  7. Daniel Flores-Tapia, Oleksandr Maizlish, Clive Alabaster and Stephen Pistorius, “Microwave Radar Imaging Of Inhomogeneous Breast Phantoms Using Circular Holography”, Proc. ISBI, Barcelona, May 2012

  8. Clive M. Alabaster, Evan J. Hughes, Dan Foreman, “Is it a Bird or is it a Plane?”, Proc. IEEE 6th International Conference on Waveform Diversity & Design, Lihue, HI, 22nd – 27th January 2012

  9. Daniel Flores-Tapia, Oleksandr Maizlish, Clive Alabaster and Stephen Pistorius, “A Holographic Reconstruction Method for Circular Multistatic Subsurface Radar”, Proc. IEEE 6th International Conference on Waveform Diversity & Design, Lihue, HI, 22nd – 27th January 2012

  10. Clive M. Alabaster, Evan J. Hughes, “Arbitrary Pulsed Radar Waveform”, Proc. IEEE 6th International Conference on Waveform Diversity & Design, Lihue, HI, 22nd – 27th January 2012.

  11. Forman, D., Alabaster, C., Hughes, E., Neyland, P., Roberts, L., Grieg, C. & Harris, W., “Radar as a tool for conservation ecology: applications, utility and refinements”, SEC Conference, Birmingham, UK, 4th – 7th September 2011

  12. E. J. Hughes, “Many-Objective Directed Evolutionary Line Search”, GECCO 2011, July 2011, Dublin

  13. C. Fancey & C.M. Alabaster, “The Metrication of Low Probability of Intercept Waveforms”, Proc. IEEE 5th International Conference on Waveform Diversity & Design, Niagara Falls, ON, Canada, 8th – 13th August 2010.

  14. Svetlana von Gratowski, Vjacheslav Meriakri, Clive Alabaster, “Study of dielectric properties of human skin in millimeter wave range and its correlation with physiological condition”, BioEM 2009 conference, Davos, Switzerland, 14th – 19 th June 2009.

  15. G. Dingley, C. M. Alabaster, “Radar Based Automatic Target System”, IEEE 4th International Conference on Waveform Diversity and Design, Orlando, FL, USA, 8th – 13th February 2009

  16. E. J. Hughes, “Many Objective Optimisation: Direct Objective Boundary Identification”, PPSN X (2008), Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol.5199, 2008, p 733-742, Springer

  17. C. Alabaster, E. J. Hughes, “The dependence of radar target detectability on array weighting function”, IET International Conference on Radar Systems 2007, Pages: 103-7

  18. F. Soldani, C. M. Alabaster, “The Benefits of Matched Illumination for Radar Detection of Ground Based Vehicles in Clutter”, Proc. Waveform Diversity & Design, Pisa, Italy, 4th – 8th June 2007.

  19. E. J. Hughes, “MSOPS-II: A general-purpose many-objective optimiser”, 2007 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation, CEC 2007, p 3944-3951

  20. E. J. Hughes, “Radar waveform optimisation as a many-objective application benchmark”,EMO 2007. Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol.4403, 2007, p 700-714, Springer

  21. C. M. Alabaster & E. J. Hughes, “The Design of Medium PRF Radar Schedules For Optimum Detectability in Diverse Clutter Scenes”, Proc. IEEE Waveform Diversity & Design, Lihue, Kaua’i, HI, USA, 22nd – 27th January 2006.

  22. E. J. Hughes, “Assessing robustness of optimisation performance for problems with expensive evaluation functions”, 2006 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation, CEC2006, 2006, p 2920-2927

  23. E. J. Hughes, “Multi-objective equivalent random search”, Parallel Problem Solving from Nature - PPSN IX. 9th International Conference. Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol. 4193), 2006, p 463-472, Springer

  24. J. Knowles and E. J. Hughes, “Multiobjective Optimization on a Budget of 250 Evaluations”, EMO 2005. Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol.3410, 2005, p 176-190, Springer|

  25. C. M. Alabaster, “Permittivity Measurements on Human Skin in the Millimetre Wave Band”, Proc. ICECom 2005, Dubrovnik, 12th – 14th October 2005.

  26. T. Sreenuch.; A. Tsourdos; E. J. Hughes; B.A. White, “Fuzzy gain-scheduled missile autopilot design using evolutionary algorithms”, Proceedings of the American Control Conference, v 1, 2005, p 346-351

  27. E. J. Hughes, “Checkers using a co-evolutionary on-line evolutionary algorithm”, IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation, 2005. Volume 2, 2-5 Sept. 2005 Page(s):1899 - 1905 Vol. 2

  28. E. J. Hughes. “Evolutionary many-objective optimisation: Many once or one many?”, IEEE Congress on  Evolutionary Computation, 2005. Volume 1,  02-05 Sept. 2005 Page(s):222 – 227

  29. W. Gillespie; E. J. Hughes; M. Lewis;  “Scan scheduling of multi-function phased array radars using heuristic techniques”, IEEE International Radar Conference, 9-12 May 2005 Page(s):513 – 518

  30. C.M. Alabaster, E. J. Hughes, S. M. Parry, D. A. Wiley, J. H. Matthew, P. G. Davies, “Medium PRF Schedules for Airborne Fire Control Radar”, Proc. IEE Waveform Diversity & Design, Edinburgh, 8th – 10th November 2004

  31. T. Sreenuch, A. Tsourdos, E.J. Hughes, B.A. White Lateral Acceleration Control Design of a Non-Linear Homing Missile IFAC Proceedings Volumes Volume 37, Issue 16, Pages 9-211 (September 2004) 2nd IFAC Workshop on Advanced Fuzzy/Neural Control (AFNC'04), Oulu, Finland, September 16-17, 2004

  32. T. Sreenuch.; A. Tsourdos; E. J. Hughes; B.A. White, “Lateral acceleration control design of a non-linear homing missile using multi-objective evolution strategies” Proceedings of the 2004 American Control Conference, Volume 4,  30 June-2 July 2004 Page(s):3628 - 3633 vol.4

  33. E.J. Hughes, “Swarm Guidance Using a Multi-Objective Co-Evolutionary On-Line Evolutionary Algorithm”, In Congress on Evolutionary Computation 2004, IEEE, Portland, Oregon, USA, Vol 2, pp 2357-2363, June 2004

  34. E.J. Hughes and B.A.White, “On-Line Evolutionary Algorithm Guidance for Multiple Missiles Against Multiple Targets”,  In 16th IFAC Symposium on Automatic Control in Aerospace, pp 1091-1096, 14-18 June, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2004. 

  35. E.J. Hughes, "Multiple Single Objective Pareto Sampling", In Congress on Evolutionary Computation 2003, IEEE, 8-12 December 2003, Canberra, Australia, pages 2678-2684, 2003
     
  36. E.J. Hughes, "Piece Difference: Simple to Evolve?", In Congress on Evolutionary Computation 2003, IEEE, 8-12 December 2003, Canberra, Australia, pages 2470-2473, 2003

  37. T.  Sreenuch, A. Tsourdos, B.A. White and E.J. Hughes, "Lateral acceleration control design of a non-linear homing missile using multi-objective evolutionary optimisation", In Congress on Evolutionary Computation 2003, IEEE, 8-12 December 2003, Canberra, Australia, pages 1302-1309, 2003

  38. C.M. Alabaster and E.J. Hughes, "Novel PRF Schedules for Medium PRF Radar", IEERADAR 2003, Adelaide, Australia, 3rd - 5th Sept. 2003

  39. C. M. Alabaster and E. J. Hughes, "Medium PRF Radar PRF Selection Using Evolutionary Algorithms". In IEEE Radar Conference 2003, 3-8 May, Huntsville, Alabama, 2003

  40. C.M Alabaster & J.S. Dahele, “Free Space Measurement of Permittivity”, Proc. ICAP2003,Exeter, UK, 31st March to 3rd April 2003

  41. E. J. Hughes, "Multi-Objective Binary Search Optimisation". In Second International Conference on Evolutionary Multi-Criterion Optimisation, EMO'03, Springer LNCS 2632, 8-11 April, Faro, Portugal, pages 102-117, 2003

  42. E. J. Hughes, A. Tsourdos, B.A. White, "Multi-Objective Fuzzy Design of a Lateral Autopilot For a Quasi-Linear Parameter Varying Missile". In IFAC International Conference on Intelligent Control Systems and Signal Processing, ICONS'03, 8-11 April, Faro,Portugal, pages 239-244, 2003

  43. J. S. Dhanoa, E. J. Hughes, R. F. Ormondroyd, "Simultaneous Detection And Parameter Estimation of Multiple Linear Chirps". In International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP'03) ,pp 129-132, 6-10 April, Hong Kong, 2003

  44. E. J. Hughes, A. Tsourdos, B.A. White, "Multiobjective design of a fuzzy controller for a nonlinear missile autopilot". In IEEE International Symposium on Computer Aided Control System Design, 18-20 September, Glasgow, pages 15-20, 2002

  45. E. J. Hughes, "Multi-Objective Evolutionary Guidance For Swarms". In World Congress on Computational Intelligence 2002, Pages 1127-1132, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 12-17, 2002, IEEE.

  46. E. J. Hughes, "Evolutionary guidance for multiple missiles". In IFAC World Congress Conference, Paper 1801, Barcelona, Spain, 21-26 July 2002.

  47. E.J. Hughes, "Constraint Handling With Uncertain and Noisy Multi-Objective Evolution". In Congress on Evolutionary Computation 2001,IEEE, pages 963-970, Seoul, South Korea,May 27-30, 2001.

  48. E.J. Hughes, "Evolutionary Multi-Objective Ranking with Uncertainty and Noise". In First International Conference on Evolutionary Multi-Criterion Optimisation EMO 2001, Springer LNCS 1993, pages 329-343, Zurich, Switzerland, March 7-9, 2001.
      
  49. A.L. Blumel, E.J. Hughes, and B.A. White, "Multi-Objective Evolutionary Design of Fuzzy Autopilot Controller". In First International Conference on Evolutionary Multi-Criterion Optimisation EMO 2001, Springer LNCS 1993, pages 668-680, Zurich, Switzerland, March 7-9, 2001.

  50. E.J. Hughes, "Evolutionary Algorithm With A Novel Insertion Operator For Optimising Noisy Functions". In Congress on Evolutionary Computation 2000,IEEE, pages 790-797,San Diego, CA, USA, July 16-19, 2000.

  51. A.L. Blumel, E.J. Hughes, and B.A. White, "Fuzzy Autopilot Design Using A Multiobjective Evolutionary Algorithm". In Congress on Evolutionary Computation 2000,IEEE, pages 54-61, San Diego, CA, USA, July 16-19, 2000

  52. A.L. Blumel, E.J. Hughes, and B.A. White, "Design of Robust Fuzzy Controllers for Aerospace Applications". In NAFIPS '99 Conference, IEEE, pages 438-442, New York,NY, USA, June 10-12, 1999.

  53. E.J. Hughes and M. Leyland, "Radar Cross-section Model Optimisation Using Genetic Algorithms". In RADAR '97 Conference, pages 458-462, Edinburgh, UK, 14-16 October 1997. IEE publication 449.

  54. E.J. Hughes, M. Leyland, and B.A. White, "A Multi-species Genetic Algorithm Applied to Radar Scattering Centre Identification in Three-dimensions". In GALESIA '97 Conference, pages 472-477, Glasgow, UK, 1-4 September 1997. IEE publication 446. 

 

Other Publications (non-refereed)

  1. Greig, C., Neyland, P., Roberts, L., Harris, W., Alabaster C., Hughes, E., and Forman, D. 2012. A novel radar triggered camera trap system for reptile monitoring: evaluation for detection of the non-native lizard Podarcis muralis. Swansea Ecology Research Team Technical Report, Swansea University.

  2. G.Marino and E.J.Hughes, “A novel mathematical approach for the problem of CFAR clutter model approximation”, Microwaves, Radar and Remote Sensing Symposium (MRRS), pp 332- 335, Aug. 2011

  3. R. Jenkins, Y. Xu, K. Harris, C. Alabaster, S. Jenkins, N. Mead and R. Roy, “Methodologies for Achieving High Reliability in Microwave Electronics Design”, MIMAR, Cambridge, UK, 17th – 19th April 2011

  4. R. Jenkins, Y. Xu, R. Roy, C. Alabaster, K. Harris, S. Jenkins and N. Mead, “Comparison of Software Tools for the Design of Microwave Components”, ARMMS, Milton Hill House, Steventon, Oxfordshire, UK, 4th, 5th April 2011

  5. J. W Hyde, C. M. Alabaster, “Correlation of Target Transfer Functions and Range Profiles as a Function of Aspect Angle and Resolution”, IET Waveform Diversity and Digital Radar Conference, 8-9th December 2008, Savoy Place, London, UK

  6. E. J. Hughes and I. Izzawati, “Investigation into the utility of using CFAR cluster size information in target track association”, IET Seminar on Target Tracking and Data Fusion: Algorithms and Applications, Pages: 5-12, 15-16 April 2008, Birmingham, UK

  7. E.J. Hughes and M. Lewis, “Evaluation of a Second Order Adaptive CFAR in the Littoral Environment”, EM&RS DTC 5th  Annual Technical Conference, May 2008

  8. C. M. Alabaster and E. J. Hughes, “Clutter mapping for airborne pulse Doppler radar” Institution of Engineering and Technology Seminar on Radar Clutter Modelling, Pages: 51-55, 19 February 2008, London, UK

  9. E.J. Hughes and M. Lewis, “Advanced Detection and Tracking in Medium PRF Radar”,EM&RS DTC 4th  Annual Technical Conference, May 2007

  10. E J Hughes, M Lewis, C M Alabaster, Lt F Soldani, “Automatic Target Recognition: The Problems of Data Separability and Decision Making”, The Institution of Engineering and Technology Seminar on High Resolution Imaging and Target Classification 21st November, 2006, Savoy Place, London, UK

  11. E. J. Hughes and M. B. Lewis, “Improved target detection and tracking in littoral environments using a self-organising spatio-temporal CFAR”.  IET Seminar on Target Tracking: Algorithms and Applications, Pages: 71-76, 7-8 March 2006, Birmingham, UK

  12. E. J. Hughes, M. Lewis, E. Reid, “The application of speech recognition techniques to radar target Doppler recognition: a case study”, The Institution of Engineering and Technology Seminar on High Resolution Imaging and Target Classification, Pages: 145-152, 21 November 2006, London, UK

  13. E.J. Hughes and M. Lewis, “Adaptive Spatio-Temporal CFAR & Multiple-Hypothesis Tracking System”, EM&RS DTC 3rd  Annual Technical Conference, May 2006

  14. E. J. Hughes and M. B. Lewis.; “A multiple intelligent software agent based technique for improving radar detection of low observable small craft in sea clutter” The IEE Seminar on Signal Processing Solutions for Homeland Security, 2005. 11 Oct. 2005 Page(s):11 pp.

  15. J. S. Dhanoa, R. F. Ormondroyd, E. J. Hughes, “Blind cancellation of wideband frequency modulated interference in a wideband acoustic communication channel”, OCEANS 2005,(Vol. 2) pp1065-9, 17-23 September 2005, Washington, DC, USA

  16. E.J. Hughes and M. Lewis, “Improved Detection and Ambiguity Resolution of Low Observable Targets in MPRF Radar”, EM&RS DTC 2nd  Annual Technical Conference, May 2005

  17. J. S. Dhanoa; R. F. Ormondroyd; E. J. Hughes,  “A robust digital communication system for doubly-spread underwater acoustic channels” OCEANS '04.  Volume 1,  9-12 Nov. 2004 Page(s):9 - 13 Vol.1 (Electronic copy unavailable)

  18. E.J. Hughes and M. Lewis, “An Intelligent Agent Based Track-Before-Detect System Applied to a Range and Velocity Ambiguous Radar”, EM&RS DTC 1st Annual Technical Conference, May 2004

  19. J.S. Dhanoa, R.F. Ormondroyd and E.J. Hughes, “An improved digital communication system for doubly-spread underwater acoustic channels using Evolutionary Algorithms”, OCEANS’03 MTS/IEEE, Sep. 2003, pp109-114

  20. J.S. Dhanoa, R.F. Ormondroyd and E.J. Hughes, “Accurate Doppler velocity estimation using a non-linear frequency modulated pulse”, OCEANS’03 MTS/IEEE, Sep. 2003, pp1888-1893

  21. J.S. Dhanoa, E.J. Hughes and R.F. Ormondroyd, “A phase estimator for complex signals using Evolutionary Algorithms”, Computational Intelligence for Measurement Systems and Applications, CIMSA’03, 2003 IEEE

  22. J.S. Dhanoa, E.J. Hughes and R.F. Ormondroyd, “Parametric spectral analysis of multiple non-linear chirps using Evolutionary Algorithms”, Signal Processing and its Applications, 2003. July 1-4, 2003

  23. D. W. Ansell and E. J. Hughes, "Using Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithms To Optimise The Subarray Partitions of Conformal Array Antennas". In Twelfth International Conference on Antennas and Propagation (ICAP03), pp 33-36, 31 March - 3 April, Exeter, 2003

  24. D. W. Ansell and E.J. Hughes, "Use of Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithms to Optimise the Excitation and Subarray Division of Multifunction Radar Antennas", Multifunction Radar and Sonar Sensor Management Techniques, IEE Publication 01/173, pp 8/1-8/4, London, 26th November 2001.

  25. E.J. Hughes, "Optimisation Using Population Based Incremental Learning", Optimisation in Control : Methods and Applications Colloquium, IEE Publication 98/521, pp 2/1-2/3,London, 10th November 1998. 

 

Invited Presentations/Lectures 

  1. E.J.Hughes, “Many Objective Optimisation of Engineering Problems”, Invited Lecture, University of Sheffield, November, 2011 (Electronic copy unavailable)

  2. E.J.Hughes, “Many-Objective Optimisation”, Invited Lecture, University of Exeter, January 2011 (Electronic copy unavailable)

  3. C.Alabaster, “Recent Advances in Medium PRF Pulse Doppler Radar”, Invited presentation at NATO Conference on Defence Sensors Technology, Brussels, November 2009 (Electronic copy unavailable)

  4. E.J.Hughes, “Optimising the World”, Invited Lecture, British Computer Society, Swindon, September 2009 (Electronic copy unavailable)

  5. C. Alabaster , “The Who, What, Where and When of Radar Targeting”, Invited Key Note speech, MATRIX 2005 workshop at NATO SHAPE Oberammergau, Germany, May 2005 (Electronic copy unavailable)