P. P. Vaidyanathan
Kiyo and Eiko Tomiyasu Professor of Electrical Engineering
B.Sc., University of Calcutta, 1974; B.Tech., 1977; M.Tech., 1979; Ph.D., University of California (Santa Barbara), 1982. Assistant Professor, Caltech, 1983-88; Associate Professor, 1988-93; Professor, 1993-2018; Tomiyasu Professor, 2018-; Executive Officer for Electrical Engineering, 2002-05.
Current emphasis is on sparse sampling in one and multiple dimensions, network signal processing, number theoretic signal processing, and applications in digital communications, array processing, radar signal processing, genomic signal processing, and multirate systems and filter banks.
Theoretical and computer-oriented work on a wide variety of problems in digital signal processing. Sparse sensor arrays, sparse signal reconstruction, compressive sensing, array signal processing, multirate digital filters and filter banks, radar signal processing, genomic signal processing, number theoretical signal processing, spectrum sensing, and graph signal processing.
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