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Research

Past Funded Projects

  1. Big Data and Control of Renewable Energy Sources in Microgrids (Institute of Renewable Energy and the Environment (IREE), 2012-2015)
  2. Sparsity for Dimensionality Reduction (funded by NSF/CISE/CCF Program)
  3. Sparsity-Aware RF Cartography for Cognitive Networks (funded by NSF/EECS/IHCS)
  4. Cognitive Radio Sensing (funded by QNRF Program)
  5. Theoretical Foundations for Wireless Communication Networks (funded by NSF/CISE/CCF Program)
  6. Cross-layer design in wireless communication systems with channel uncertainty (funded by ARC Program)
  7. A Stochastic Framework for Robust Wireless Networking (funded by NSF/EECS/IHCS)
  8. Distributed Estimation Using Sensor Networks (funded by European Commission/CORDIS-Marie Curie)
  9. Chip-Interleaved Block-Spread Code Division Multiple Access (funded by NSF/SPS Program)
  10. Space-Time Coding, Precoding and Decoding (funded by ARL/CTA)
  11. Multi-Robot Emergency Response (funded by NSF/ITR Program)
  12. Development of a New Generation of Miniature Search/Rescue Robots (funded by NSF/MRI)
  13. Waveform Diversity for Wireless Communications (funded by NSF/CCF Program)
  14. Energy-Efficient Protocols and Cross-Layer Designs for Wireless Sensor Networks (funded by ARO)
  15. Mobile Communications and Networking for Wireless-Wireline Multimedia Transmissions (funded by NSF/ECS Wireless Initiative)
  16. Equalization of Rapidly Varying Channels with Antenna Arrays (funded by ARO)
  17. Blind Estimation and Equalization of Time-Varying/Fading Channels (funded by NSF-MIPS)
  18. Multicarrier Communications and Frequency Hopping Systems (funded by ARL)
  19. Design of User Codes for CDMA irrespective of Unknown Multipath (funded by NSF-CCR)
  20. Applications of Cyclostationarity in Signal Processing and Communications (funded by ONR)
  21. Filterbanks in Single- and Multiuser Communications
  22. Block Decision-Feedback Equalizers of Single- and Multiuser Channels
  23. Multiuser Communications: Long Codes and IS-95
  24. Transmit Antenna Diversity and Space-Time Coding
  25. Blind PARAFAC Antenna Receivers for DS-CDMA Systems
  26. Mitigating Nonlinear Power Amplifier Effects in Communication Systems
  27. Signal Processing Issues in Communication Networks

 

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