I direct the research of the Sensing and Processing Across Networks (SPAN) lab. My expertise is in the application of statistical signal processing to wireless networks and radio frequency signals. I have BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech, and a PhD in EE:Systems from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. I am also an alumnus of Motorola Labs. I was at the University of Utah beween 2006 through 2018, where I was most recently Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and also an adjunct in the School of Computing. Since January 2019, I've been at Washington University in St. Louis, where I am a Professor, jointly appointed in Electrical and Systems Engineering (ESE) and in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE).
Past Lab Members
Dr. Jessica CroftSchweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc.