I am an assistant professor at the Radio Systems group at EEMCS.
My background is in radio systems engineering and my main research interests are in signal processing, parameter estimation and information retrieval for wireless systems. I am passionate about training next generations of electrical, and particularly radio, engineers and contribute to the EE educational program at EEMCS.
I received my PhD in electrical engineering (signal theory) in the area of sub-Nyquist sampling of sparse analog signals at Ilmenau University of Technology in Germany. Before joining University of Twente, I also spent two years as a postdoctoral researcher at Scion (New Zealand Forest Research Institute) and the Wireless Research Centre at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand developing a harmonic radar system for real-time tracking of flying insects with unmanned aerial vehicles.
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My research focus is on signal processing and algorithm development for wireless systems, particularly applied to sensing and localization problems. I am always open for collaborations, so please don't hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are looking for a Bachelor or a Master thesis topic, below you can find a list of open projects.
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I am passionate about training next generations of electrical engineers and actively contribute to the educational program of the EEMCS, both at Bachelor and Master level.
Below you can see a list of courses I participate in.