Engineering | SENSIP

SenSIP Faculty

Andreas Spanias, PhD, West Virginia University, SenSIP Director, (School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering)
Research areas: Digital signal processing, multimedia signal processing, speech and audio coding, adaptive filters, real-time processing of sensor data, signal processing for the arts.

 

Chaitali Chakrabarti,PhD, University of Maryland, (School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering)
Research areas: VLSI architectures and algorithms for media processing, low-power system design, including memory design, compilation, and low power algorithm design, CAD tools for VLSI.

 

Cihan Tepedelenlioglu, PhD, University of Minnesota, (School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering)
Research areas: Wireless communications, statistical signal processing, estimation and equalization algorithms for wireless systems, filterbanks and multirate systems, carrier synchronization for OFDM systems, power estimation and handoff algorithms, spacetime coding, ultrawideband communications.

 

David H. Frakes, PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology, (School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering)
Research areas: Image and video processing.

 

 

Junshan Zhang, PhD, Purdue University, (School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering)
Research areas: Wireless networks and information theory, including cross-layer optimization of wireless networks, ad-hoc/sensor networks, network information theory, stochastic analysis.

 

Konstantinos S. Tsakalis, PhD, University of Southern California , (School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering)
Research areas: Adaptive control

 

 

Lina Karam,PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology, (School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering.
Research areas: Image and video processing, compression, and transmission, multidimensional signal processing, error-resilient source coding, digital filter design, human visual perception, and medical imaging.

 

 

Martin Reisslein, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, (School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering).
Research areas: Multimedia streaming in wireless environments, traffic characteristics of encoded video, metro WDM networks, and engineering education.

 

 

Rosemary Renaut, PhD, University of Cambridge, (Director of the Computational Biosciences Program, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics).
Research areas: Numerical analysis, partial differential equations, finite difference methods for hyperbolic equations, design of parallel algorithms, parallel optimization algorithms for 3D visualization of the brain.

 

Yanchao Zhang, PhD, University of Florida, (School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering).
Research areas: Network and distributed system security, wireless networking, and mobile/pervasive computing.

 

 

Ying-Cheng Lai , PhD, University of Maryland, (School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering).
Research areas: Nonlinear dynamics and chaos, complex networks, quantum transport, and biological physics.

Daniel W. Bliss , PhD, University of California at San Diego.
Research areas: developing novel and disruptive system concepts with new capabilities or dramatically improved performance.

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Oliver Kosut , PhD, Cornell University, (electrical and computer engineering).
Research areas:Information theory, power systems and smart grids, cyber-security, machine learning.

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Pavan Turaga , PhD, University of Maryland, College Park (ECE Department).
Research areas: representational foundations for structured and unstructured imaging-data and applied aspects of aforesaid foundations in areas such as security and mobile-health.

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Visar Berisha , PhD, Arizona State University.
Research areasStatistical signal processing, speech perception and processing, psychoacoustics.

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Lei Ying , PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Research areas: stochastic networks, including cloud computing, communication networks and social networks..