Duong D Tran
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Boston, MA 02115
I am currently a 5th year PhD student at Northeastern University, working under Prof. Purnima Ratilal in the Laboratory for Underwater Acoustic Remote Sensing. My research interests are underwater active and passive remote sensing, wave theory, signal processing, and statistical methods. Previously, I was a research engineer designing analog and mixed signal circuits at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore. I obtained by Bachelor of Engineering with First Class Honours from Nanyang Technological University.
Publication and Presentations
1. D. Tran, M. Andrews, and P. Ratilal, “Probability distribution for energy of saturated broadband ocean acoustic transmissions: Results from Gulf of Maine 2006 experiment, ” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 132 (2012).
2. P. Ratilal, D. Tran, R. Gong, D. Reed, H. Chauhan, and N. Makris, “Imaging and localizing fish and marine mammals with acoustics,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 129, 2369 (2011)
3. D. Tran, H. Chauhan, Z. Gong, N. Makris, and P. Ratilal, “Developing a matched-filter kernel for localization of complex sources in a dispersive ocean waveguide with array invariance,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 128, 2328 (2010)
4. D. Tran, M. Andrews, Z. Gong, H. Chauhan, N. Makris, and P. Ratilal, “Scintillation statistics of broadband acoustic transmissions in the Gulf of Maine,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 128 2480 (2010)
5. D. Tran, Z. Gong, N. Srikanth, M. Andrews, P. Ratilal and N. Makris, “Atlantic herring low frequency target strength estimation from ocean acoustic waveguide remote sensing (OAWRS) data in the Gulf of Maine over 10 days of observation” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 125 2549 (2009)
6. Y. Zheng, M. A. Arasu, K-W. Wong, Y. J. The, A. Poh, D. D. Tran, W. G. Yeoh, D-L. Kwong, “A 0.18 um CMOS 802.15.4a UWB Transceiver for Communication and Localization,” ISSCC 2008.