Welcome to the Communications and Signal Processing Laboratory,
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

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  • Our group conducts research in the area of statistical signal processing, with emphasis on system modeling and system identification. Applications of interest include wireless communications, networking and biomedical engineering.

Latest News

    June 2019

    Posted by Athina Petropulu for 2019 IEEE Signal Processing Society President-Elect on Sunday, June 23, 2019

    April 2018

    Our colleague Shaogang Wang received 2018 IEEE Radar Conference travel grant. This is the second time he received this reward. Congratulation to him!

    May 2017

    Our colleagues and recent CSPL graduates Dr. Bo Li and Dr. Dionysios Kalogerias will be both recipients of the 2016/2017 ECE Graduate Program Academic Achievement Award!

    January 2017

    Among the top ten Downloads in 2016 for IEEE Trans. on TSP is our paper "Improving Wireless Physical Layer Security via Coorepative Relays" by L. Dong, Z. Han. A, Petropulu and H.V. Poor, which was posted online in December 2009 and published in 2010. This information appeared in the December issue of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine

    Congratulations to Shunqiao Sun for winning the 2016 IEEE AESS Robert T. Hill Memorial Award for best Ph.D. dissertation for his thesis "MIMO Radars with Sparse Sensing".

    May 2016

    Our colleague and recent CSPL graduate Dr. Shunqiao Sun receives the 2016 ECE Academic Accomplishment award!


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    A research assistant position is available for a PhD student in the area of cross-layer approaches for wireless communication networks.

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    An undergraduate student to work on a project sponsored by the US National Science Foundation on the topic of wireless communications. The work involves obtaining measurements using transmitters and receivers, analyzing data, and testing algorithms for channel estimation. The student will receive salary on an hourly basis, participate in publications that will result from the project, and will be supported to travel to conferences.