MTech (Hon) Massey, PhD Auck.
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
SPPEEX (indigenous concepts engineering group)
- Fraser Thomas Consulting (Auckland) 1996-1997 - Asset Management
- Casa Herrera Inc. (Los Angeles, Ca) 1997-1998 - Engineering
- Impac Machinery Co. Ltd. (Auckland) 1998-2003 - Engineering
- Freelance Consultant 2003-2004 - Engineering
- Unitec 2004-present - Lecturer
Areas of expertise
- Instrumentation and Control
- Food machinery design
- Remote sensing
- Non-invasive determination of material properties
Current research interests
- Spectroscopy - material properties determination
- Image processing - multi-variate image analysis
- Pacific rock art restoration - Lapita design and cultural expression in pacific rock art
- Fabric maintenance automation - embedded control and automation of fabric maintenance system
Yee, N. G., & Yan, A. (2015). Neural Network Classification of Pharmaceutical Active Ingredient from Near Infrared Spectra. In IEEE, Paper presented at 2nd Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Asia-Pacific World Congress on Computer Science and Engineering.
Yee, N. (2014). NIR Spectrometer used for Material Modeling with Neural Networks. IEEE Computer Science, Proceedings of IEEE Asia-Pacific World Congress on Computer Science and Engineering 2014.
Yee, N., Potgieter, P., and Liggett, S. (2013). Potato Crisp moisture determination using NIR data and a Back Propagation Neural Network. Research Notes in Information Science (Vol. 14).
Yee, N. (2009). Technology Incubator Performance in New Zealand. Wang, B and Luo, Q. (Eds), Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on Innovation Management.
Yee, N. (2005). From certificate to baccalaureate degree and beyond at UATI. Presented to the South Pacific Professional Engineering Excellence Wananga 2005 'Education for sustainability in the South Pacific', 24 September, Auckland.
Yee, N., & Qi, Z. (2004). Selection of spectral predictors using signal to noise ratios. Paper presented at the Image and Vision Computing New Zealand 2004, 21-23 November, Akaroa, New Zealand.