Technical Areas of Specialization
Communication theory and systems; coding and sequences; adaptive signal processing. Applications to signal waveform design; multiplexing, multiple-access and interference channels; secure wireless communications; cognitive radios and networks; L1-subspace signal processing; compressed sensing; error correcting coding; data embedding and hiding; antenna arrays and array radar.
Aug. 97 - present
Clifford C. Furnas Professor (2014-present); Professor (2007-2014); Associate Chair (2009-2010); Associate Professor (2002-2007); Assistant Professor (1997-2002),
Department of Electrical Engineering, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, NY.
Courses developed and taught: EE 634 (graduate) Principles of Information Theory and Coding, EE 614 (graduate) Smart Antennas for Wireless Communications, EE 484 (senior) Communication Systems 2.
Other courses taught: EE 203 (sophomore) Circuit Analysis 2.
May 97 - July 97
Summer Research Faculty, Air Force Research Laboratory, Sensors Directorate.
Research on adaptive airborne array radar and space-time adaptive processing.
Aug. 94 - Aug. 97
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Center for Telecommunications Studies, University of Louisiana, Lafayette, LA.
Courses developed and taught: Signals and Systems (senior), Digital Logic Design (junior).
Other courses taught: Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes (graduate), Introduction to Computer Engineering (freshman).
Sept. 90 - Aug. 94
Research Assistant, Communications Systems Laboratory, Dept. of Electrical Eng., University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.
Teaching Assistant (1992), Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Dept. of Computer Science, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.
Electrical Engineering, University of Virginia, August 1994.
Major area of concentration: Communications.
Minor areas of concentration: Mathematics (Field Theory, Topology, Real and Complex Analysis), Computer Science (Networks).
Dissertation: "On Neural Classification and Decentralized Hypothesis Testing."
Computer Engineering and Science (five-year program), University of Patras, Patras, Greece, October 1989.