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Research Interests

I am a PhD researcher at the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde. My primary research interests are Signal Processing and Artificial Intelligence. Specifically, a lot of my work attempts to adapt novel tools from the field of Artificial Intelligence, primarily Deep Learning, to new contexts that in the Signal Processing domain prove challenging.

Additionally, my work extends to several application-oriented areas where I have a chance to test my contributions in practical conditions. One of my crucial interests in that regard is the application of short-range radar for detecting and monitoring vital signs. With the recent developments in affordable and compact microwave radar hardware, it may be possible to design inexpensive and robust systems that can locate and continuously monitor the vital signs of living targets. This technology is not only more convenient than traditional methods requiring physical contact, but can also allow for a more reliable method of continuous vital sign monitoring, particularly useful for patients with risk of Sleep Apnea, SIDS, heart attack, or other.

Other application themes I am investigating include Radar Gait Classification, Radar Target Detection, Animal Health Monitoring, Diver Monitoring, Image Segmentation, and Cross-Domain Translation.

Teaching Interests

I provide support as a Teaching Assistant for classes:

  • EE273, EE985 - Engineering Design For Software Development 2: Object oriented programming using C++
  • EM270 - Digital Electronics and Programming Design

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor of Engineering, University Of Strathclyde

10 Sep 201531 May 2019

Award Date: 20 Jun 2019


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