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Igor Moáco Guerreiro, Federal University of Ceará, Brazil (2017), "Distributed optimization techniques for 4G and beyond", advisor: Charles Casimiro Cavalcante

Pourkamali Anaraki, Farhad. University of Colorado at Boulder,(2017) "Randomized Algorithms for Large-Scale Data Analysis", advisor: Becker, Stephen

Massive high-dimensional data sets are ubiquitous in all scientific disciplines.

Fan, Bin. Michigan State University, (2017) "Polycrystalline diamond based neural interface for optogenetics and neurotransmitter detection" advisor: Wen Li

Zhu, Zhenghan. University of Rhode Island (2017)"Some Contributions to Radar Detection Theory", advisor: Kay, Steven

Kaewtip, Kantapon. University of California, Los Angeles(2017)"Robust Automatic Recognition of Birdsongs and Human Speech: a Template-Based Approach", advisor: Alwan, Abeer

Hossein Bashashati, University of British Columbia (2017) "A User-Customized Self-Paced Brain Computer Interface", advisor: Gary Birch

Much attention has been directed towards synchronous Brain Computer Interfaces (BCIs). For these BCIs, the user can only operate the system during specific system-defined periods. Self-paced BCIs, however, allow users to operate the system at any time he/she wishes. The classification of Electroencephalography (EEG) signals in self-paced BCIs is extremely challenging.

Jang, Hyungseok. The University of Wisconsin - Madison,"Advances in Single Point Imaging for Electron Paramagnetic and Magnetic Resonance Imaging”(2017) Advisor: Hu, Yu Hen and McMillan, Alan

Wisler, Alan. Arizona State University, (2017) "Graph-based Estimation of Information Divergence Functions" advisor: Berisha, Visar Spanias, Andreas

Pierson, Alyssa. (Boston University), “Analysis of multi-agent systems under varying degrees of trust, cooperation, and competition” (2017) Advisor: Schwager, Mac

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