What we do

The Waveform Optimization Laboratory plays a leading role in several national and international efforts dedicated to research and education in signal processing. Our research is focused on fundamental interplays between signal processing and optimization theory, and specifically different ways the optimization theory can facilitate a better processing and design of signals for collecting information, communication, as well as to form a more profound understanding of data, whether it is in everyday applications or in large-scale, complex scenarios. Our team efforts actively contribute to a wide range of application areas including those in active sensing, communications, and biomedicine.

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2016 COE Seed Funding Awards

Prof. Mojtaba Soltanalian and Prof. Besma Smida have received the 2016 COE Seed Funding Award for exploratory research on “ComRaDe: A fully-integrated Communication, Ranging and Detection system.”. They are the …