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Ph.D Theses

Briggs, GordonView (Tufts University), “Toward Dialogue and Reasoning Mechanisms to Enable More Natural and Socially-Appropriate Task-Based Human-Robot Interactions” (2016), Advisor: Scheutz, Matthias; Goldberg, Ariel

Alsaby, Faisal Abdullah, (The George Washington University), “Investigation and Development of a Novel Clustering Algorithm for Big Data Applications” (2016) Advisor: Berkovich, Simon Y.

Liu, Yang, (Lehigh University), “Reliable and Efficient Transmission of Signals: Coding Design, Beamforming Optimization and Multi-Point Cooperation” (2016) Advisor: Li, Jing

Chacko, Nikhil (University of California, Santa Barbara), “Spatio-Temporal Reconstruction Techniques for Optical Microscopy” (2015), Advisor: Michael Liebling

Liu, Yang, (Lehigh University) “Reliable and Efficient Transmission of Signals: Coding Design, Beamforming Optimization and Multi-Point Cooperation”, (2016), Advisor: Jing Li

Vaish, Rajan, (University of California, Santa Cruz) “Mobilizing the Citizen Crowd”,(2015), Advisor: James Davis

Li, Hongjuan, (The George Washington University),” Privacy Preserving Friend Discoverym in Mobile Social Networks” (2016), Advisor: Cheng, Xiuzhen

Keator, David B. (University of California, Irvine) “Probabilistic Models for Brain Image Collection, Classification and Functional Connectivity”, (2015) Advisor: Ihler, Alexander

Tatoglu, Akin. (Stevens Institute of Technology) “Modified monocular SLAM with concurrent model parameter identification”, (2015) Advisor: Pochiraju, Kishore

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