To contribute as a Professor to the effective dissemination, creative generation and innovative utilization of knowledge in the field of Electrical Engineering.
Principal Investigator, Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) Grant Number FA9550-12-1-0285, on "Wave-based algorithms and bounds for target support estimation"; June 2012-June 2015; Amount: $329,633.
Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award for the project entitled "CAREER: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Study of Wave-Based Signal Processing: Compressive Sensing and Signal-Subspace-Based Imaging"; Feb. 2008-Feb. 2013; Amount: $424,000 (award number 0746310).
Principal Investigator, Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) Grant Number FA9550-06-01-0013, on "Inverse source problem in non-homogeneous and metamaterial background media: Antenna synthesis and performance bounds"; November 2005-November 2008; Amount: $342,974.
Co-Principal Investigator, along with Professor Richard Ziolkowski at the University of Arizona; National Science Foundation Grant on "Theory and applications of observability of classical and quantized radiation fields"; April 1999-April 2002; Amount: $200,000.
05/10-to date: Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts. Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Investigates electromagnetic scattering and inverse scattering, electromagnetic information theory, wireless communications, and compressive optics. Teaches, among other courses, the graduate courses on Modern Imaging, Electromagnetic Theory II, Antennas and Radiation, and Light and Information.
08/04-05/10: Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts. Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Investigated electromagnetic inverse scattering, wave-based signal processing, electromagnetic information theory, metamaterial substrates for imaging and radiation enhancement, and other areas. Taught the graduate courses on Modern Imaging, Complex Variables and Differential Equations, Special Topics (Inverse Scattering), an Advanced Seminar for PhD students with emphasis on Electromagnetic Theory and Applications, and Electromagnetic Theory II, and the undergraduate courses on Electromagnetic Fields and Waves, Numerical Methods, Linear Systems, Introduction to Subsurface Sensing and Imaging, and a Special Topics Course on Electric Field Sensing.
Associate editor, IEEE Transactions on Image Processing
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