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M3 - PhD Thesis - Research UT, graduation UT

Dr Madanayake gave a talk on “Fundamental Theory of Digital/Analog Array Radar Receivers using 3-D Multi-Beam Planar-Resonant Filter Banks” at this venue.

A forum on the theory and practice of image restoration and analysis. Potential topics include image registration, feature detection andestimation, image denoising, multimodal image fusion, and hardware/software architectures for image storage and processing.

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Operational satellites are at risk from collisions with the more than 20,000 trackable debris objects that remain in orbit today, as well as hundreds of thousands of objects, including micrometeoroids, that are too small to be cataloged. Beyond the realm of Earth-oriented orbits, unique and immensely valuable science-gathering spacecraft can also be exposed to similar hypervelocity collisional risks, but from cometary and asteroidal micro-milliscale particles (dust). Papers are invited that address the space debris population and growth projections; debris and dust characteristics; impact modeling and materials testing; modeling and simulation and/or test results that can lead to quantification of the risks to spacecraft in various orbits and exploration missions; and mitigation strategies including debris removal or repositioning, spacecraft shielding, orbit selection, and spacecraft operations. Papers documenting past mission anomalies traced to space debris, and mitigation strategies employed today, are also of interest.

Introduction to the theory and applications of the calculus of variations. Theory of functionals; variational problems for an unknown function; Euler's equation; variable end-point problems; variational problems with subsidiary conditions; sufficient conditions for extrema: applications to optimum control and/or to other fields. A term project is required. Prerequisites: ESE 318 and 319 or ESE 317 or equivalent.

Thesis: Practical MIMO Graduated: August 2007

She holds a PhD in Philosophy from Columbia University (2004) and a PhD in Astrophysics from Paris VI University (1996). From 2012 to 2017, she was Professor of Philosophy of Science at Université Grenoble Alpes, head of the research laboratory PPL (Philosophie, Pratiques & Langages) and, in 2016-1017, vice-president in charge of interdisciplinary research. Her research work in general philosophy of science focuses on the unity/plurality of science debate, metaphysics of science (e.g. natural kinds), models and simulations, and science and society topics (e.g. autonomy and governance of science, public participation in science).

ECE 500. Introduction to the Graduate Program in Electrical and Computer Engineering. 0 Hours

Professor, University of Washington: Chair and Professor of EE and founding director of Network Security Lab (NSL) at University of Washington. He is an IEEE Fellow. He received NSA Rising Star, NSF CAREER, ARO YIP, ONR YIP, PECASE awards for multi-user and wireless security research. Co-editor of a book titled Secure Localization and Time Synchronization in Wireless Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks (New York: Springer-Verlag, 2006). Co-authored papers recognized with IEEE PIMRC Best Paper Award (2007), IEEE&IFIP William C. Carter Award (2010), and AIAA/IEEE Digital Avionics Systems best session paper award (2010), and WiOpt Best Paper Award (2012). Served as a co-chair for the 2008 NITRD-NSF National workshop on high-confidence transportation CPS. Chief editor of the January 2012 cyber-physical systems special issue in Proceedings of the IEEE, cyber security area co-chair for AIAA I@A and IEEE/AIAA DASC conferences.

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Thesis: RFID Tag and Reader Antennas Graduated: August 2007

Thesis: 2GHz ISM Band Antenna for PC Cards Graduated: August, 1999

The paper “Digital VLSI Architectures for Beam-Enhanced RF Aperture Arrays” with Sewwandi Wijeratna, Chamith Wijenayake, and Len Bruton has been accepted at IEEE TAES. Many congratulations!

Thesis in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Filippo De Angelis is the founder of the Computational Laboratory for Hybrid/Organic Photovoltaics (CLHYO, ) at Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Insitute of Molecular Science and Technology (CNR-ISTM), Perugia, Italy. He currently is first researcher and deputy director of CNR-ISTM.

Thesis: OFDM Graduated: August, 1999

Our paper “Multi-Beam Receiver Apertures Using Multiplierless 8-Point Approximate DFT” written with Sunera Kulasekara, Renato Cintra, Fabio Bayer and Dora Suarez, has been accepted at IEEE Radar Conference 2015. The conference will be held in Arlington, Virginia. Congratulations to all authors!

Thesis: Propagation Prediction for Microcells Graduated: August 1995

The ASPC group warmly welcomes new graduate students Sravan Pulipati, Janith Mendis, Suranga Handagala and Vishwa Seneviratne, for 2015. All the best in your graduate studies.

E35 ESE 501 Mathematics of Modern Engineering I

Associate Director, United Technologies Research Center: Krishna Sampigethaya is currently an Associate Director for cyber-physical security at the United Technologies Research Center. He was an Assistant Professor for cyber security at the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at Prescott ('15-'17) and an Assistant Director for telecommunications program at the University of Maryland ('14-'15). Before that he was an Associate Technical Fellow for aviation cyber-physical security at The Boeing Company (2007-2014). He received Ph.D. from the University of Washington (2007). He is the founding chair for the SAE aviation cyber security technical committee and has introduced cyber security tracks at AIAA, IEEE, and SAE aerospace conferences (2009-present). He has won Best Paper of Session awards at the AIAA/IEEE DASC (2010, 2012), ASEI Engineer of the Year Award (2013), ASEI Corporate Engineering Excellence Award (2013), and a Best Instructor Award at UMD (2015). He has delivered over 12 keynotes and holds over 14 US patents.

E35 ESE 502 Mathematics of Modern Engineering II

The paper “Applebaum Adaptive Array Apertures with 2-D IIR Space-Time Circuit-Network Resonant Pre-Filters” written with Nilan Udayanga, Chamith Wijenayake and Roberto Acosta as been accepted at RadarCon. Congratulations!

E35 ESE 513 Convex Optimization and Duality Theory

He holds a degree in Chemistry (1996) and a PhD in Chemical Sciences (1999) from the University of Perugia. He was research associate at Princeton University, USA, from 2000 to 2001 before being hired as research scientist at CNR-ISTM. He is the CNR delegate to CECAM. He was contract professor of Scuola Superiore di Studi Avanzati of Trieste, visiting professor at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, and he is scientific advisor of the Italian Institute of Technology.

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He is Senior Editor of ACS Energy Letters, Editor of an RSC Energy and Environment series book and member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Physical Chemistry. He is author of > 270 publications, 7 book chapters and co-author of 3 patents. He has coordinated various National, European and Industrial projects.

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