My primary research interest and expertise lie in the areas of information sciences and statistical signal processing. Particularly, I have engaged in research fronts across the interconnected disciplines of signal and information processing, wireless communications, and stochastic control driven by numerous applications including wireless sensor networks, spectrum-agile radios and more recently surveillance and reconnaissance, and compressive sensing. These are exploding areas of research today considering the contemporary issues of energy efficiency, homeland security and counter-terrorism, dynamic spectrum sharing, and distributed information processing.
NSF CAREER: Inference-Driven Data Processing and Acquisition: Scalability, Robustness and Control, Awarded Feb 2016.
DARPA UNCOVER: Unconstrained Natural light Coherency Vector-field-imaging by Exploiting Randomness (CoPI), DARPA, Awarded Feb 2016.
NSF CIF: Advanced Ion Channel Models for Neurological Signal Processing -- Theory and Application to Brain-Computer Interfacing (PI), NSF, Awarded August 2015.
ONR Exploiting Multidimensional Classical Optical Entanglement for Enhanced Spatial Scene Recognition (CoPI), Office of Naval research (ONR), Awarded June 2014.
NSF CIF: A Unifying Approach for Identification of Sparse Interactions in Large Datasets (PI), NSF CCF/CIF, Awarded August 2013.
NSF I/UCRC Multi-functional Integrated System Technology (MIST) (CoPI), Sep 2014.
Fundamental Limits of Sparse Signal and Information Processing, In-House Award (UCF), Feb. 2013.