Monthly Archives: July 2014

New NSF grant on digital beamformer research

The proposal titled “Collaborative Research: Electronically-Scanned Wideband Digital Aperture Antenna Arrays using Multi-Dimensional Space-Time Circuit-Network Resonance: Theory and Hardware”  addressing  multi-dimensional sparse-array digital filters for beamforming applications has been awarded by NSF. The work is a collaboration with Dr Xin … Continue reading

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Sewwandi defends her thesis

MS student Sewwandi Wijeratna successfully defended her MS thesis. Congratulations! Her thesis is titled FPGA Architectures for Fast-Steerable Beam-Enhanced Digital Aperture Arrays, funded by Office of Naval Research.  

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Top accessed paper in IEEE TCAS-I

Our paper with MS students Uma Potluri, Sunera Kulasekara and Amila Edirisuriya, and collaborators Fabio Bayer and Renato Cintra, is ranked #6 in the “Top Accessed” list for IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems-I:Regular Papers. See #6 in http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/topAccessedArticles.jsp?punumber=8919

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New paper at Multidimensional Systems and Signal Processing

The paper titled   “An orthogonal 16-point approximate DCT for image and video compression” has been accepted at MSSP. The authors include Thiago Silveira, Alice Kozakevicius,  Renato Cintra, Fabio Bayer and Sunera Kulasekara. Congratulations!

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Our 2014 NSF EARS broader impacts workshop in Norfolk VA

Arjuna Madanayake co-organized a circuits workshop at Norfolk State University (NSU) for regional high-school students as part of the NSF EARS broader impacts program. The UA student assistant team, lead by  MS student Arindam Sengupta, consisted of Sewwandi, Nilan, DeGrafth, … Continue reading

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NSF REU Blog comes alive! Take a look

The official blog of our NSF funded EARS undergraduate research experience program goes live. Check out the blog run by students DeGrafth Palmore and Nathan Dornback (sophomores) and Julia Hariharan (high-school senior) at http://aspcundergradresearch.blogspot.com/  

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