gradstudents

Current Postdoctoral Research Associates

  • Dr. Zhuoyao Wang; research area: Modeling Interdependent Cyberphysical Systems. zywang@unm.edu

Current Students

  • Rezoan Shuvro (MS/PhD, ECE); research area: Probabilistic modeling of cascading failures in power systems. rezoan@nestedapps.com
  • Pankaz Das (PhD, ECE); research area: Reliability and resiliency analysis of heterogeneous multi-layer (coupled) power and communication networks including human factors. pankazdas@unm.edu
  • Francisco Perez Venegas (PhD, ECE); research area: algorithms for detection and classification of concealed machinery using combined SAR-based imaging and vibrometry. franperez@unm.edu
  • Monica Madrid (PhD, ECE); research area: Classification algorithms for multi-type/sensor data. monima@unm.edu
  • Cory Larsen (PhD, ECE); research area: Algorithms for SAR-based vibrometry.
  • Manish Bhattarai (MS/PhD, ECE); Algorithms for compressive spectral imaging. calars@unm.edu
  • Erum Jamil (PhD, OSE); research area: 3D modeling of impact ionization in avalanche photodiodes. ejamil@unm.edu
  • Justin B. Campbell (MS, PhD); research area: time-frequency signal processing for dual-beam SAR. campbellj@unm.edu
  • Mottaleb Hossain (PhD, OSE); algorithmic multicolor avalanche photodiodes for smart lighting. http://www.unm.edu/~mottaleb77/Index/Home.html

Former Students

  • Dr. Zhuoyao Wang (PhD 2016); Dissertation title: “Optimizing Cloud-Service Performance: Efficient Resource Provisioning Via Optimal Workload Allocation zywang@unm.edu

  • Dr. Sebastian Godoy (PhD 2015), Asst. Professor, ECE Dept., University of Concepcion, Chile, Dissertation title, “Detection Theory for Skin Cancer Diagnosis using Dynamic Thermal Imaging,” http://www2.udec.cl/~segodoy/

  • Dr. Mahshid Rahnamay-Naeini (PhD 2014), Asst. Professor, CS Dept., Texas Tech University, Dissertation title, “Stochastic Dynamics of Cascading Failures in Electric-Cyber Infrastructures.”  http://myweb.ttu.edu/marahnam/
  • Dr. Qi Wang (PhD 2012), Cisco (CA), Dissertation title, “Time-frequency Methods for Vibration Estimation Using Synthetic Aperture Radar.” qwangem@gmail.com
  • Dr. Woo-Yong (Eric) Jang (PhD 2012), AFRL, Ohio, Dissertation title, “Data Compressive Paradigm for Spectral Sensing and Classification Using Electrically Tunable Detectors.”  jangusc@gmail.com
  • Dr. David A. Ramirez (PhD 2011), SKInfrared LLC, Albuquerque, NM, Dissertation title, ,“Modeling and Engineering Impact Ionization in Avalanche Photodiodes for Near and Mid Infrared Applications.”  davramir@gmail.com
  • Dr. Biliana Paskaleva (MS, PhD 2009), Senior Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories, Dissertation title, “Algorithms for Spectral and Spatio-Spectral Feature Selection and Classification for Tunable Sensors: Theory and Application.”  bspaska@sandia.gov
  • Dr. Sagar Dhakal (MS, PhD 2006), Collision Communications (Nashua, NH) http://www.collisioncomms.com/, Dissertation title, “Stochastic model-based optimization of load balancing policies in distributed systems.” sagar.dhakal@gmail.com
  • Dr. Oh-Hyun Kwon (PhD 2004), Navy Electro-Optic Technology Division, Dissertation title, “Modeling and optimization of heterojunction avalanche photodiodes: Noise, speed and breakdown.”  ohhyun.kwon.civ@mail.mil
  • Dr. Bradley M. Ratliff (MS, PhD 2004), Research Professor, University of Dayton Research Institute, Dissertation title, “A generalized algebraic scene-based non-uniformity correction algorithm for infrared focal plane arrays.” Bradley.Ratliff@udri.udayton.edu
  • Dr. Unal Sakoglu (PhD 2004), Asst. Professor, Texas A&M-Commerce, Dissertation title, “Signal-processing strategies for spectral tuning and chromatic non-uniformity correction for quantum-dot IR sensors.”  http://people.tamu.edu/~sakogluunal/#bio
  • Dr. Peng Sun (PhD 2008), Western Digital, Dissertation title, “Mathematical Theory of Modern Avalanche Photodiodes and Its Application to Ultrafast Communications.” pengsunus@yahoo.com
  • Dr. Osseini Lankoande (PhD 2006), Instrument Technology Inc. (Westfield, MA), Dissertation title, “A Markov random field-based approach to speckle reduction.” ousseini@gmail.com
  • Dr. Guoquan Dong (PhD 2000), Dissertation title, “Channel-coded optical-code-division multiple-access networks.”
  • Dr. Stephen C. Cain (PhD 2001), Professor, Air Force Institute of Technology, Dissertation title, “Improved atmospheric-turbulence tilt estimation through the use of a temporal transition model.”  http://www.afit.edu/eng/facdir.cfm?a=fd&fx=181
  • Srikanth Narravula (MS-2009), Thesis title “Information-theoretic Approach in Assessing Image Fidelity in Photon-counting Imagers.” nsri1985@gmail.com
  • Balaji Narayanan (MS- University of Dayton, Aug. 2002), Thesis title “Coherent detection of optical signals using photon-correlated beams.”
  • Mohammad A. Saleh (MS University of Dayton, Aug. 1999); AFRL, Ohio , Thesis title “Prediction of excess noise factor for thin GaAs and AlGaAs avalanche photodiodes using dead-space-based theory.”
  • M. Sajjad Abdullah (MS University of Dayton, May 2000), Thesis title, “Image estimation using photon-correlated beams.”
  • David Persing (MS University of Dayton, Aug. 1997), Thesis title, “An algorithm for boundary location estimation and detection from ultrasonic B-scan data using a multiple independent transducer architecture.”
  • Alejandro Grine (undergraduate research; Sandia National Labs), Research area: Photodetectors.
  • Alim Haji (undergraduate research), Research area: Photodetectors and optical receivers.

Research Collaborators