Mar. 2015 - Present | SAND Lab, UCSB
Dec. 2016 - Present | SAND Lab, UCSB
Sept. 2016 - Present | SAND Lab, UCSB
June 2015 - Sept. 2016 | SAND Lab, UCSB
Sept. 2014 - Mar. 2015 | SAND Lab, UCSB
- Designed and developed a mobile imaging system to detect the object's location, surface boundary, curvature, and its material, without the aid of phase information and purely based on RSS.
- Leveraged 60GHz radios (phased array) rather than specialized hardware for imaging.
- Invented noise-tolerable imaging algorithms, leveraging the robustness and high directionality of 60GHz radio waves.
Nov. 2012 - Jul. 2014 | University of Minnesota Twin Cities
- Developed a computational method named binary stochastic that maintains high fault tolerance and low computing latency.
- Implemented an encoding algorithm and designed a polynomial hardware structure for the binary stochastic computational method.
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