Affiliated Faculty: Batalama, Fam, Jornet, Langberg, Mastronarde, Melodia, Pados, Scutari, Soumekh, Su, Sun, Ying
Wireless multiuser communications; compressed sensing; sensor networks; covert communications; data hiding.
Digital signal processing;algorithms and architectures for arithmetic intensive Computing;waveform design for good correlation
Electromagnetic nanonetworks; terahertz band communication networks; and the internet of nano-things
Information theory; coding theory; network communication and network coding; “big data” in the form of succinct data representation via geometric clustering; and probabilistic methods in combinatorics.
Multimedia communications and systems; resource allocation and scheduling; Markov decision processes
Modeling; optimization and experimental evaluation of wireless networked systems; cognitive radio networks; multimedia sensor networks; underwater acoustic networks and ultrasonic intra-body networks.
Communication theory and systems; coding and sequences; adaptive signal processing. Applications to L1-subspace signal processing, signal waveform design; multiplexing, multiple-access and interference channels; secure wireless communications; cognitive radios and networks.
Optimization of complex networks; game theory; variational inequalities; big data.
Signal and image processing; medical and radar imaging; inverse scattering.
Wireless communications and networking; MIMO systems and space-time coding; MIMO-OFDM systems; cooperative communications for wireless networks.
Magnetic induction-based wireless communications; wireless sensor networks in challenged environments; wireless intra-body networks; cyber physical systems in challenged environments.
Compressed sensing and its applications; magnetic resonance imaging; image reconstruction; phase unwrapping; photoacoustic imaging
IIn a collaboration between an EE group and several other departments, an EE graduate student has demonstrated the ability to trap 2.5um diameter polysterene microspheres in a matrix using a single scanning laser beam.>>
EE Faculty are developing a deep sea internet that could lead to improvements in tsunami detection, offshore oil and natural gas exploration, surveillance, pollution monitoring and other activities. >>