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Piya Pal delivers plenary talk at IEEE Underwater Acoustic Signal Processing Workshop

ISR-affiliated Assistant Professor Piya Pal (ECE) gave the plenary talk at the 2015 IEEE Underwater Acoustic Signal Processing Workshop on Oct. 14. She spoke on “Sparse and Coprime Sampling: Benefits, Challenges and Future Directions.” The talk was directly based on Pal’s past research on coprime sensing.

The event was organized by the IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society and sponsored by Raytheon and the Office of Naval Research. | View the program |

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October 15, 2015


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