Monthly Archives: May 2014

New paper accepted at EUSIPCO’2014

The paper titled “Recent advances in software-defined radars: chirped impulses” is accepted for publication at EUSIPCO’2014. Deep congratulations to lead authors José-María Muñoz-Ferreras  and Roberto Gomez-Garcia at Alcala University, Spain!  

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NSF funds two research interns at ASPC lab

Nathan Dornback and DeGrafth Palmore started their summer research at the ASPC lab on May 30. This undergraduate research is powered by an NSF REU Supplement to our EARS award.

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ASPC lab publishes findings at IEEE RadarCon’2014

Arindam Sengupta attends IEEE RadarCon’2014 to present a paper on focal plane array signal processing for radar applications. This work is a collaboration with Leo Belostotski (Canada) and Roberto Gomez-Garcia (Spain).

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Four talks at SPIE Defense, Security + Sensing

Several MS students attended and gave four papers at SPIE DSS in Baltimore. Photo shows Sunera, Arindam and Sewwandi. 

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Arjuna Madanayake speaks at ONR Communications Gathering

Dr Arjuna Madanayake gives a seminar on recent progress in digital aperture array research at the 2014 Office of Naval Research (ONR) Code 31 Communications Gathering, held at the Naval Research Lab (NRL) in Washington, DC.

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Team VDAP wins the Entrepreneurship Award

Variable Digital Audio Processor (VDAP) won an honorable mention along with the Entrepreneurship Award at Intel Cornel Cup 2014 competition for their Senior Design Project. Congratulations Team!  

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