Articles by Govind Gopal

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Congratulations, Dr. Liu!

Jing Liu successfully defended his thesis on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 and is titled: “Robust PCA and Robust Linear Regression via Sparsity Regularization”. Congratulations, Dr. Liu!


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Congratulations, Gokce!

Gokce Sarar passed her Preliminary Exam on May 28, 2019. Her research presentation was titled: “Functional Connectome Fingerprinting using Neural Networks”. Congratulations, Gokce!


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Congratulations, Kuan-Lin!

Kuan-Lin Chen passed his Preliminary Exam on May 22, 2019. His research presentation was titled: “A Generalized Proportionate-Type Normalized Subband Adaptive Filter”. Congratulations, Kuan-Lin!


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Congratulations, Govind!

Govind R. Gopal passed his Preliminary Exam on November 27, 2018. His research presentation was titled: “Access Point Placement in Massive MIMO Systems”. Congratulations, Govind!


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Congratulations, Dr. Fedorov!

Igor Fedorov successfully defended his thesis on Friday, September 21, 2018 and is titled: “Structured Learning with Scale Mixture Priors”. Congratulations, Dr. Fedorov!


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Congratulations, Ching-Hua!

Ching-Hua Lee passed his university qualifying exam on June 12, 2018. His research presentation was titled: “New Sparse Adaptive Filtering Algorithms for Speech Processing in Hearing Aids”. Congrats, Ching-Hua!


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Congratulations, Tharun!

Tharun Adithya passed his Preliminary Exam on July 9, 2018. His research presentation was titled: “Relative Impulse Response and Sparsity”. Congratulations, Tharun!



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Congratulations, Elina and Yacong!

Elina and Yacong participated in the Graduate Commencement event held at UCSD on June 16, 2018. Elina and Yacong completed their PhD studies in December 2017 and June 2018, respectively. From left to right: Dr….


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Congratulations, Dr. Ding!

Yacong Ding successfully defended his thesis on Friday, June 8, 2018 and is titled: “Channel Estimation for Massive MIMO Systems Based on Sparse Representation and Sparse Signal Recovery”.  Congratulations, Dr. Ding!


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