Archive for April 29, 2011

Fei Visits WPI

Professor Wyglinski hosted Professor Yunsi Fei from the University of Connecticut at Storrs during her visit to the Wireless Innovation Laboratory in April 2011.  Moreover, Professor Fei gave a presentation, entitled: “Hardware/Software Co-design Approach for Dynamic Information Flow Tracking” as part of the WPI ECE Graduate Seminar Series.

Kelly Defends MS Thesis

Mr. Devin Kelly successfully defended his MS thesis, entitled: “A Practical Distributed Spectrum Sensing System,” at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Congratulations, Devin!

Olivieri Defends MS Thesis

Mr. Steven Olivieri successfully defended his MS thesis, entitled: “Modular FPGA-Based Software Defined Radio for CubeSats,” at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Congratulations, Steve!

Learned Visits WPI

Professor Wyglinski hosted Dr. Rachel Learned from MIT Lincoln Laboratory during her visit to the Wireless Innovation Laboratory in April 2011.  Moreover, Dr. Learned gave a presentation, entitled: “Multiuser Detection Tutorial” as part of the WPI ECE Graduate Seminar Series.

Stojanovic Visits WPI

Professor Wyglinski hosted Professor Milica Stojanovic from Northeastern University during her visit to the Wireless Innovation Laboratory in April 2011.  Moreover, Professor Stojanovic gave a presentation, entitled: “Underwater Wireless (Acoustic) Communications” as part of the WPI ECE Graduate Seminar Series.

Wyglinski Elevated to IEEE Senior Member

Assistant Professor Alexander Wyglinski has been elevated to the grade of Senior Member of the IEEE. Senior Member is the highest professional grade of the IEEE for which an application may be made and requires experience reflecting professional accomplishment and maturity. Approximately 12% of the 382,000 members of IEEE have achieved this grade. Professor Wyglinski is the Director of the Wireless Innovation Laboratory (WILab) at WPI and received his Ph.D. from McGill University. His research covers wireless communications, cognitive and software-defined radio, opportunistic spectrum access, wireless networks, and signal processing for digital communications.