M.S. Thesis Listing  
  1. Aneel Rijhwani. Design, fabrication, and evaluation of an electronic medical gas blender. Graduated May 1996. Now working at Motorola,  Inc, Chicago, IL.
  2. Didar Islam. Design of a constant input power, high efficiency synchronous converter. Graduated December 1996.  Now working at Analog Integrated Technology, Inc, Orlando, FL.
  3. Marc Boillot. Data acquisition and visualization for electrophysiology studies in-vitro. Graduated May 1997. Now working at Motorola Inc., Plantation, FL.
  4. Mahalingam Nagarajan. Design and implementation of sub-threshold CMOS log-domain filters. Graduated August 1997. Now working at Compaq Computers, Shrewsbury, MA.
  5. Balasubramaniam K. Thandu. Biomedical signal compression. Graduated August 1997. Now working at Southwestern Bell  Tech.\ Resources, the R\&D division of Southwestern Bell.
  6. Jason Nadrowski. The effects of inspiratory flow waveforms on lung volume distribution. Graduated December 1997. Founder of Information Hub Inc, Orlando, FL.
  7. John E. Neeley. Design and implementation of chaotic oscillators in subthreshold CMOS. Graduated December 1998. Now working at Hewlett  Packard, Inc., Santa Rosa, CA.
  8. Sheetal Shah. Speech Recognition for Cellular Phones. Graduated December 1998. Now working at Motorola Inc., Plantation, FL.
  9. Philip A. Schentrup. Integration of digital frequency synthesis and timing control for NMR:  a programmable logic implementation. Graduated May 1999. Now working at Motorola, Plantation, FL.  
  10. Agustin Roca. The discrete ratio spectrum with application to speech and audio coding. Graduated August 1999. Now working at Tucker Davis Technologies, Alachua, FL.
  11. James D. Nickila. Real-time Speech Coding Using the Ratio Spectrum. Graduated December 1999.  Now working at Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport RI.
  12. William O'Rourke. Real-world evaluation of mobile phone speech enhancement algorithms. Graduated December 2002.  Now working at Sandia National Labs, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  13. Paul Baker. Inaudible audio communication. Graduated August 2001. Now working at the US Patent Office, Washington DC.
  14. Thomas Reinke. Algorithms for improved speech perception. Graduated August 2001. Now working at Mission Research Corporation, OH.
  15. Adnan Sabuwala. Towards the real-time implementation of loudness enhancement. Graduated December 2002.  Now graduate student in Math Department, University of Florida.
  16. Rahul Ghosh. A neural network approach to binaural speech localization. Graduated August 2001. Now working at Radisys Inc in Hillsboro, OR.
  17. Ravi Kishore. Thresholded-pixel imagers. Graduated August 2001.  Now working at Analog Devices, Raleigh NC.
  18. Sowmiya Narasimhan. A ratio spectrum speech coder. Graduated August 2001.  Now working at Aswatha Semiconductor, Jacksonville, FL.
  19. Charles Overman. High-order nonlinear phenomena-based computation: a refined chaotic cell and subthreshold-CMOS synchronization circuitry. Graduated December 2001. Now working at the Electronics Communication Lab, Gainesville, FL.
  20. Kaustubh Kale. A low complexity, narrow baseline Beamformer for hand-held devices. Graduated August 2003.  Now working at Motorola, Plantation, FL.
  21. Kalyana Vuppamandala. Real time pulse code reconstruction. Graduated August 2004.
 

 

Ph.D. Thesis Listing
  1. Matt Rowley. Low-contrast edge detection architectures for neuromorphic vision processing systems. Graduated December 1997.  Now working at Texas Instruments, Austin, TX.
  2. Dongwei Chen. Continuous-Scale Analysis for Feature Detection.  Graduated, May 1998. Now working at National Semiconductor, Santa Clara, CA.
  3. Jui-Kuo Juan. Analog implementation of locally-recurrent adaptive  filters. Graduated May 1998. Now working at Radio Products Group, Motorola Inc., Plantation, FL.
  4. Chiang-Jung Pu. A neuromorphic microphone for sound localization.  Graduated May 1998. Now working at Agere Systems (a spin-off from Lucent Microelectronics), Allentown, PA.
  5. Yu-Ming Chiang. Non-uniformity correction using the constant- statistics constraint: analog and digital implementations. Graduated August 1998. Now working at Hewlett Packard, Colorado Springs, CO.
  6. Shao-Jen Lim. The ratio spectrum: analog and digital implementations.  Graduated May 1999. Now working at Media Reality Technology (MRTI) in Sunnyvale, CA.
  7. Didem Gokcay. Self-organizing methods for image standardization.  Graduated May 2001, Currently a postdoc at UCSD, San Diego, CA.
  8. Signe Redfield. Coarse Quantization for Improved Accuracy in Color  Object Recognition. Graduated December 2001. Now working at Coastal Systems Station, Panama City, FL.
  9. Liping Deng. The ratio spectrum: theory, applications and analog  implementation. Graduated May 2002. Now working at Audio Video System Technology Inc., Freeman, CA.
  10. Marc Boillot. A warped filter implementation for the loudness  enhancement of speech. Graduated May 2002. Now working at Motorola, Plantation, FL.
  11. Xiao-Chuan Guo. Time-Based Asynchronous Readout Imager Architecture. Graduated December 2002. Now working at Silicon Labs, Austin, TX.
  12. Qiang Luo. Time-Based Synchronous Readout Imager Architecture.  Graduated December 2002. Now working at Marvell Semiconductor, Santa Clara, CA.
  13. Mark Skowronski. Biologically inspired noise-robust speech  recognition for both man and machine. Graduated May 2004. Now working as postdoc at UF, Gainesville, FL.
  14. Xin Qi. A time-to-first-spike CMOS imager. Graduated December 2004. Now working at Linear Technology, Raleigh, NC.
  15. Dazhi Wei. Reconstruction of spike waveforms. Graduated August 2005.
  16. Du Chen. An ultra low power neural recording system using pulse representations. Graduated May 2006.
  17. Vishnu Vardhan Ravinuthula. Time-mode circuits for analog computation. Graduated August 2006.