Industry experience of over 16 years.
- Hardware and software design,
- Embedded systems,
- FPGA designs, and
- Real-time, hardware-based Image Processing.
- Applications included guided missiles for the U.S. military, medical instrumentation, and scientific instrumentation.
UAB Faculty since January 2005.
Areas of Specialization:
- Embedded Systems,
- Image and Signal Processing,
- Communications Systems,
- Probability, Stati...
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