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== Current Students ==
 
== Current Students ==
* Sangwoo Moon, Ph.D.
 
 
* Yang Bai, Ph.D.
 
* Yang Bai, Ph.D.
 
* Mahmut Karakaya, Ph.D.
 
* Mahmut Karakaya, Ph.D.
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* Shuangjiang Li, Ph.D.
 
* Shuangjiang Li, Ph.D.
 
* Austin Albright, Ph.D.
 
* Austin Albright, Ph.D.
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* Zhibo Wang, Ph.D.
 
* Shravani Yerabati, M.S.
 
* Shravani Yerabati, M.S.
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* Bryan Bodkin, M.S.
  
 
== Graduated Students ==
 
== Graduated Students ==

Revision as of 11:51, 14 January 2011

Current Students

  • Yang Bai, Ph.D.
  • Mahmut Karakaya, Ph.D.
  • Jiajia Luo, Ph.D.
  • Li He, Ph.D.
  • Shuangjiang Li, Ph.D.
  • Austin Albright, Ph.D.
  • Zhibo Wang, Ph.D.
  • Shravani Yerabati, M.S.
  • Bryan Bodkin, M.S.

Graduated Students

Dayu Yang, Spring 2010 - Co-advised with Dr. Husheng Li
Dssertation: An Effective Approach to Nonparametric Quickest Detection and Its Decentralized Realization
Ortal Orazi, Fall 2007
Dissertation: Self-certified Public Key Cryptographic Methodologies for Resource-constrained Wireless Sensor Networks
Lidan Miao, Fall 2007
Dissertation: Computationally-efficient Mixed Pixel Decomposition Using Constrained Optimizations
Hongtao Du, Fall 2006, - Co-advised with Dr. Don Bouldin
Dissertation: Efficient Image Processing in Resource-Constrained Visual Sensor Networks
Yingyue Xu, Ph.D., Spring 2005
Dissertation: Energy Efficient Designs for Collaborative Signal and Information Processing in Wireless Sensor Networks
Xiaoling Wang, Ph.D., Fall 2004
Dissertation: High Accuracy Distributed Target Detection and Classification in Sensor Networks Based on Mobile Agent Framework
Harika Tandra, M.S., Fall 2009
Thesis: Automated System to Debug Under-performing Network Flows in Wide Area Networks
Ying Sun, M.S., Summer 2008
Thesis: Dynamic Target Classification in Wireless Sensor Networks
Austin Albright, M.S., Fall 2007
Thesis: The Detection of Stress Corrosion Cracking in National Gas Pipelines Using Electromagnetic Acoustic Transducers
Haritha Kolli, M.S., Summer 2007, - Co-advised with Dr. Thomas G. Hallam
Thesis: Study of Interaction Between Mexican Free tailed Bats and Moths
Raghul Gunasekarn, M.S., Spring 2007
Thesis: A Cross-layer Routing Protocol (XLRP) for Wireless Sensor Networks
Cheng Qian, M.S., Summer 2006
Thesis: A Distributed Solution for Visual Sensor Networks to Detect Targets in Crowds
Lu Zhang, M.S., Summer 2006
Thesis: Automatic Image Based Time Varying 3D Feature Extraction and Tracking
Chris Beall, M.S., Summer 2006
Thesis: Distributed Self-Deployment in Visual Sensor Networks
Sankar Venkatraman, M.S., Summer 2005, - Co-advised with Dr. Mitchel J. Doktycz
Thesis: Automated Analysis of Fluorescent Microscopic Images to Identify Protein-protein Interactions
Balasubramanian Lakshminarayanan, M.S., Summer 2005
Thesis: Automatic Target Recognition of Civilian Targets Using Data Fusion
Aruna Raghavan, M.S., Summer 2005, - Co-advised with Dr. Tom Hallam
Thesis: Study of Individual and Group Behavior of Brazilian Free Tailed Bats and Dynamic Frame Bat Counting Using Real-Time Infrared Video
Gaurav Baone, M.S., Summer 2005
Thesis: Development of Demosaicking Techniques for Multi-Spectral Imaging Using Mosaic Focal Plane Arrays
Yang Liu, M.S., Fall 2004
Thesis: The Design of Medium Access Control (MAC) Protocols for Energy Efficiency and QoS Provision in Wireless Sensor Networks
Olawoye Oyeyele, M.S., Summer 2004
Thesis: A Robust Node Selection Strategy for Lifetime Extension in Wireless Sensor Networks
Phani Teja Sastry Kuruganti, M.S., Summer 2003
Thesis: Development of Mobile Agent Framework in Wireless Sensor Networks for Multi-Sensor Collaborative Processing
Hongtao Du, M.S., Summer 2003, Co-advised with Dr. Gregory Peterson
Thesis: Dimensionality Reduction Using Parallel ICA and Its Implementation on FPGA in Hyperspectral Image Analysis
Yuxin Tian, M.S., Summer 2001
Thesis: Target Detection and Classification Using Seismic Signal Processing in Unattended Ground Sensor Systems