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New visiting scientist arrives at ISR

ISR welcomes new visiting scientist Dr. Inn Ho Jee, an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Hongik University in Korea, expects to begin work in signal processing and communication with Professor K.J. Ray Liu and his research group March 1.

ISR also welcomes five new postdoctoral researchers. Dr. Zhu Han has been working with Dr. K.J. Ray Liu on signal processing since December. Dr. Munther Hasouneh recently began working with ISR Director Eyad H. Abed on dynamic system modeling analysis and simulation. Dr. Svetlana Lachinova will be arriving soon to work with Dr. Mikhail Vorontsov in the HyNet Intelligent Optical Lab. She will be conducting research on the analysis of laser tracking systems operating in atmospheric turbulence conditions for laser communication applications, and the development of numerical simulation tools for characterization of atmospheric laser beam propagation parameters in laser tracking systems. Dr. Masoud Olfat began research on wireless communications with Dr. K. J. Ray Liu in December. Dr. Xiaodong Yao is working with Dr. Michael Fu and Dr. Steven Marcus on preventive maintenance for semiconductor manufacturing and modeling/analysis of Markov decision processes. | Postdocs | Visiting research scientists |

January 2, 2004


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