Contact Dr. Coyle

Phone: 404.894.4813

Fax: 404.894.3456

Office: Cent 5224

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Research Interests

Computer Networks

  • Performance Analysis of Computer Networks
  • Design and Analysis of Ad-Hoc and Sensor Networks
  • Modeling and Analysis of Mobile Networks
  • The eStadium Testbed for Wireless Networks and Sensor Networks
  • Design and Implementation of Wireless and Sensor Networks

Digital Signal and Image Processing

  • Distributed Detection and Estimation in Wireless Sensor Networks
  • In-Network Solution of Multi-Grid Problems
  • Spatio-Temporal Sampling Characteristics of Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Nonlinear Signal and Image Processing: Median Filters, Stack Filters, etc.
  • Perceptual Error Measures and the Design of Nonlinear Filters  

Engineering and Computer Science Education

  • Integration of Research and Education -- the VIP program
  • Large-scale, Long-term, Vertically-Integrated Design Projects
  • Multidisciplinary Design Projects

Graduate Students and Their Research Areas

Current PhD Students (alphabetical order):

  • Paul Garver: Spectrum Sensing and Cognitive Radio
  • Ghaith Matalkah: Design and Implementation of Sensor Networks
  • Deepa Phanish: Applications and Routing in Clustered Wireless Sensor Networks

Recently Graduated PhD Students (alphabetical order):

  • Vibhav Kapnadak: Adaptive algorithms for distributed detection; AT&T Research
  • Seksan Laitrakun: MAC Layer Design and Optimization; Mae Fah Leung University
  • Pablo Navarrete Michelini: Multi-grid algorithms in wireless ad-hoc networks; Universidad de Chile
  • Murat Senel: Optimization of wireless sensor networks; Bosch Research and Technology Center
  • Xusheng Sun: Distributed Detection and Estimation in Wireless Sensor Networks; Qualcomm
  • Qingjiang Tian: Distributed detection and estimation in sensor networks; Qualcomm
  • Xuan Zhong: The eStadium project and sampling/reconstruction in sensor networks; Cisco

1997 IEEE Workshop on Nonlinear Signal and Image Processing

  • In September 1997 the third IEEE Workshop on Nonlinear Signal and Image Processing (NSIP) was held on Mackinac Island, MI. The workshop was co-chaired by Prof. Coyle and Prof. George B. Adams III.