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Ph.D Theses

Author: Song-Wen Huang  (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York) Advisor: Dimitris A. Pados
Radio frequency and underwater acoustic communications have grown rapidly in environmental monitoring, telecommunications, offshore oil exploration, and surveillance applications. Nonetheless, signals may still suffer from harsh challenges in wireless fading channels for high attenuation, multipath effect, and Doppler spread. 

Within scientific research, engineering, and consumer electronics, there is a multitude of new discrete sensor-interfaced devices. Maintaining high accuracy in signal quantization while staying within the strict power-budget of these devices is a very challenging problem.

Advisor: Caylor, Kelly K.

Smallholder farms dominate in many parts of the world, including Sub-Saharan Africa. These systems are characterized by small, heterogeneous, and often indistinct field patterns, requiring a specialized methodology to map agricultural landcover. In this thesis, they developed a benchmark labeled data set of high-resolution satellite imagery of agricultural fields in South Africa. 

Non-invasive side-channel attacks (SCA) are powerful attacks which can be used to obtain the secret key in a cryptographic circuit in feasible time without the need for expensive measurement equipment. Power analysis attacks (PAA) are a type of SCA that exploit the correlation between the leaked power consumption information and processed/stored data. Differential power analysis (DPA) and leakage power analysis (LPA) attacks are two types of PAA that exploit different characteristics of the side-channel leakage profile. 

The increasing demand for wireless connectivity and the scarcity of spectrum for exclusive use have popularized the idea of multiple communication systems to share spectrum.

This thesis is about using statistical methods for performance and power estimation which would allow us to develop better scheduling algorithms and also more energy efficient systems. 

Blast-induced traumatic brain injury (b-TBI) is regarded as the ‘signature injury’ of modern violent conflict. It has been repeatedly linked to numerous neuropathologies, which are common among military personnel and Veterans. 

Data visualization provides a human-digestible interface to digital data. With increasing data volumes and increased complexity and interrelationships, so have the demands on supporting effective visualization to support this interface. With complex data at scale, it becomes necessary to summarize the data in some manner to communicate high-level information of a dataset, such as distributions, trends, or anomalies. 

River bridge scour is an erosion process in which flowing water removes sediment materials (such as sand, rocks) from a bridge foundation, river beds and banks. As a result, the level of the river bed near a bridge pier is lowering such that the bridge foundation stability can be compromised, and the bridge can collapse.

Perreault, Logan Jared. (Montana State University) “On the Usability of Continuous Time Bayesian Networks: Improving Scalability and Expressiveness” (2017), Advisor: Sheppard, John W., https://www.cs.montana.edu/sheppard/

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