and Unmanned Aerial Systems Engineering (UASE) Lab
The Signal/Image Processing Laboratory (SIP Lab) in the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of North Dakota (UND) is involved with both theoretical and applied research activities in various areas of cognitive networks and signal/image processing. Current projects include: radio spectrum access and management, mosaicking and super resolution of space video frames, signal/image processing techniques to detect microcalcifications.
The UASE is committed to address some of the problems related to obstacle sensing, collision avoidance, navigation, and wireless communications problems in unmanned aerial systems for civil applications. Current activities include: sense and avoid cooperative and non-cooperative vehicles, health monitoring systems, GPS-denied navigation, and intelligent communication space systems.
Ph.D. positions are available in the Signal/Image Processing Lab. If you have some expertise in cognitive radio and are interested in a Ph.D. position send an email to Dr. Kaabouch (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Dr. Naima Kaabouch
Research Areas: Intelligent Systems, Signal/image Processing, Cognitive Radio, and Sensing