Ridhab AL Kinani

Ridhab AL Kinani is a PhD student. She received her Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Rhode Island. Her research interests include array signal processing, optimum array processing, adaptive beamforming, and conventional beamforming.

Christopher Bell

CJ Bell is a PhD student. He previously received his Master’s of Science in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from The George Washington University. His main research interests are in signal processing, array processing, and machine learning. In particular, He is interested in applying machine learning algorithms to direction of arrival and signal classification problems.

Showrov Rahman

Showrov Rahman completed his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Islamic University of Technology, Bangladesh in 2015. In 2017, he achieved the prestigious Turkish Government Scholarship and attended Gazi University, Turkey for his Master’s Degree. He was also a short-term Graduate Student Intern in Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), South Korea in 2019 and Tallinn University of Technology (Taltech) in Estonia in 2021.


Daniel Sartori

PhD 05/2023

Thesis: Optimal Subspace Estimation and Matrix Filtering for Shift-Invariant Sparse Arrays

Thao Pham

MS 05/2023

Thesis: Convolutional Neural Networks for Classification of tEEG and EEG

Kevin Beshara-Flynn

MS 12/2022

Thesis: Trade-Offs Among Signal Correlation, SNR, and Number of Snapshots for Direction of Arrival Estimation Using Sparse Arrays