People of SIIL Group
Prof. Christ D. Richmond
Director, SIIL Group
Christ D. Richmond is an Associate Professor in ECEE where he is Director of the Signals, Information, Inference, and Learning Group. He is a Fellow of the IEEE and an internationally recognized expert in adaptive array processing with application to radar, sonar, and communications. Prior to joining ASU, he was a Senior Staff at MIT Lincoln Laboratory in the Advanced Sensor Techniques Group where his research involved the development and analysis of adaptive algorithms for detection and parameter estimation, performance bounding for radar/sonar, communications, and passive RF geolocation systems.
Akshay S. Bondre
Ph.D. Student, SIIL Group, Spring 2019--
Ph.D. Student, SIIL Group, Fall 2019--
Touseef Ali is a Fulbright scholar. He received the B.S. degree from NUST, Pakistan in 2013 and M.S. degree from Air University, Pakistan in 2018. He has over 5 years of experience working in R&D organizations. His research interests include signal processing, remote sensing and machine learning.
Ph.D. Student, SIIL Group, Fall 2020--
Ahmed Shaib is PhD student at Arizona State University, advised by Dr. Christ D. Richmond. His research interests are Communications, Information Theory, Statistical Machine Learning and Signal Processing. He received his B.S. in Electrical & Electronic Engineering with specialization in Communication Engineering, and his M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Zawia and Michigan State University, respectively.
MS Student, SIIL Group, Fall 2020--
Sahithi Chenreddy is a Master’s student at Arizona State University, advised by Dr. Christ D. Richmond. Her research interests include applications of machine learning and deep learning to communication systems and control systems. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology.
MS Student, SIIL Group, Spring 2021--
Abinaya Subramaniam received her dual degree (B.Tech+M.Tech) in Electronics and Communication engineering with specialization in Signal Processing and Communication Systems design from Indian Institute of Information Technology Design and Manufacturing Kancheepuram, India in May 2020. She is currently a masters student at ASU and her research interests include signal processing and application of deep learning and optimization techniques to solve problems in radar communications.
PhD Student, SIIL Group, Fall 2021--
Charles graduated from the University of Alabama with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering in Spring 2021. He comes to Arizona State as a Dean’s Fellow under the guidance of Dr. Christ Richmond. Charles’ research interests lie in the fields of statistical signal processing, radar, and machine learning. He has particular interests in image reconstruction and has previously worked for the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) on SAR image reconstruction under the guidance of Dr. Theresa Scarnati.
- Mr. Akshay S, Bondre, M.S. Thesis, Spring 2020, “Theoretical Receiver Operating Characteristics of Two-Stage Change Detector for Synthetic Aperture Radar Images.”
- Mr. Abdulhakim Alhowaish, M.S. Thesis, Fall 2019, “Bayesian Framework for Sparse Vector Recovery and Parameter Bounds with Application to Compressive Sensing.”
- Ms. Rachel Rhoads, Honor’s Thesis, Spring 2020, “Adaptive Radar Matched Filter Saddlepoint Approximation Study.”
- Ms. Cassidy Yoshiyama, Honor’s Thesis, Spring 2019, “The Capon-Bartlett Cross Spectrum Resolution Study.”
- Mr. Chase Hocken, Ms. Grace Nossaman, and Mr. Bryan Padilla, Honor’s Thesis, Spring 2019, “Underwater Communication for Scuba Diving Applications.”
Undergraduate Senior Capstone Projects:
- Mackenzie Wodicker, Daniel Florin, Michael Peyman, and Aziz Alshaye, Spring 2020, “Smart Home Energy Monitoring System with Electrical Load Prediction.”
- Chase Hocken, Grace Nossaman, and Bryan Padilla, Spring 2019, “Underwater Scuba Heads-Up Display.”