Vitae

Andreas Spanias, Professor

Director SenSIP Center and NSF I/UCRC, FIEEE,

School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, ASU

 Education

  • Ph.D. 1988, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Eng., WVU.
  • 1979 Cyprus University of Technology (formerly HTI).

Areas of Teaching and Research

  • Teaching: Digital Signal Processing, Speech Coding, Adaptive Signal Processing, Spectral Estimation, Communications.
  • Research: Sensor and Sensor Networks, Adaptive Filters, Speech Analysis/Synthesis, Coding, and Enhancement, Voice Processing Algorithms for Multimedia Applications, Time-Varying Spectral Analysis, DSP Architectures.

Positions Held

  • 2010-present, Director SenSIP Center and NSF I/UCRC Industry Consortium, Arizona State University.
  • 2006-2010, Co-Director SenSIP Center, Arizona State University.
  • 2014-present, Senior Sustainability Scientist, Global Inst. of Sustainability, ASU.
  • 2003-2011, Founding Associate Director of School of Arts, Media and Engineering, ASU.
  • 2003-2011, Associate Director School of Arts Media and Engineering, Arizona State University.
  • 1997-present, Professor, School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, Arizona State University.
  • 1993-July 1997 Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Arizona State University.
  • 1988-July 1993 Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Arizona State University.
  • May 1985-Aug. 1988 Graduate Research Assistant – Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, WVU.
  • 1983-May 1985 Graduate Teaching Assistant – Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, WVU.
  • July 1979-August 1981, National Guard, Associate Communications Engineer, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Honors, Awards, Memberships, Plenary Sessions

  • IEEE Fellow (elected in 2003 for contributions in speech processing).
  • 2015 Harden-Simmons Prize Paper Award on Power Amplifier Linearization Techniques.
  • 2012 Premier Award for iJDSP iPhone software (Plenary 400 attendees, IEEE FIE Seattle)
  • 2004 IEEE Distinguished Lecturer in signal processing (7 international invited seminars in 2004).
  • 2005 IEEE Signal Processing Society Award for Meritorious Service (one of three major annual society awards).
  • 2002 IEEE Donald G. Fink Prize Paper Award from Board of Directors for paper “Perceptual Coding of Digital Audio.”
  • 2007 Best Paper Award, G. Winchert, H. Thornburg, A. Spanias et al, CBMI 2007, France 2007
  • 2003 Teaching Award, “for contributions to J-DSP,” IEEE Phoenix Chapter, Phoenix – January 2003.
  • 2002 Researcher of the Year Award, IEEE Phoenix Chapter, Phoenix – January 2002.
  • 1997 Award from the Intel Advanced Personal Communications – Central Logic Engineering, “Team Recognition Award for outstanding support and leadership of the ASU Team in the Intel GSM Cellular Mobile Telephone Project.”
  • 1996 Award from Intel Corporation (Portland) “In Appreciation of Support for the Intel Research Program.”
  • 1993 Award from Intel for “Leadership and Contributions in the Development of the Intel 60172 SP Architecture.”
  • 1992 Team Award from Intel Corporation to “Andreas Spanias and three of his graduate students for contributions in the development of speech processing algorithms.”
  • 2004 Invited Opening Keynote Speech IEEE ICSPAS 04, (estimated 700 attendees), Beijing China, September 4, 2004.

 Books

          Text Books

  • Andreas Spanias, Ted Painter, Venkatraman Atti, Audio Signal Processing and Coding, Hardcover 544 pages, ISBN: 9780471791478 and 0-471-79147-4, Wiley, Textbook with theory, problems, and MATLAB computer exercises. March 2007.
  • Spanias, Digital Signal Processing; An Interactive Approach – 2nd Edition, 403 pages, Textbook with JAVA exercises, ISBN 978-1-4675-9892-7,Lulu Press On-demand Publishers Morrisville, NC, May 2014.

          Lecture Series Research Books and Monographs

  • Foutz, A. Spanias, M. Banavar, Narrowband Direction of Arrival Estimation for Antenna Arrays, Synthesis Lectures on Antennas, Morgan & Claypool Publishers,  Ed. C. Balanis, Research Monograph, ISBN-13: 978-1598296501, Aug. 2008.
  • Karthikeyan N. Ramamurthy, Andreas S. Spanias, MATLAB® Software for the Code Excited Linear Prediction Algorithm: The Federal Standard-1016, Morgan and Claypool Publishers, Synthesis Lectures on Algorithms and Software in Engineering,  2, No. 1, Pages 1-109: 1-109, ISBN 1608453847, Jan 2010.
  • Jayaraman J. Thiagarajan, Andreas Spanias, Analysis of the MPEG-1 Layer III (MP3) Algorithm Using MATLAB, Morgan and  Claypool Publishers, Synthesis Lectures on Algorithms and Software in Engineering,  3, No. 3, Pages 1-129, ISBN-10: 1608458016,  ISBN-13: 978-1608458011,  Nov. 2011.
  • Braun, C. Tepedelenlioglu, A. Spanias, M. Banavar, et al.,  Signal Processing for Solar Array Monitoring, Fault Detection, and Optimization, Synthesis Lectures on Power Electronics, Morgan &  Claypool, Book, 1-111 pages, ISBN  978-1608459483, Sep. 2012.
  • An Introduction to Kalman Filtering with MATLAB Examples, Narayan Kovvali, Mahesh Banavar, Andreas Spanias Synthesis Lectures on Signal Processing, , Morgan & Claypool Publishers, Editor Jose Mura, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 1-81, ISBN 13: 9781627051392, September 2013.
  • Thiagarajan, K. Ramamurthy, P. Turaga, A. Spanias, Image Understanding Using Sparse Representations,, Synthesis Lectures on Image, Video, and Multimedia Processing,  Morgan & Claypool Publishers, ISBN 978-1627053594, 118 pages, Ed. Al Bovik, April 2014.
  • Steve Miller, Xue (Sophia) Zhang, Andreas Spanias, Multipath Effects in GPS Receivers, Synthesis Lectures on Communications, Morgan & Claypool Publishers, ISBN 978-1627059312, 70 pages, Ed. William Tranter, 8, No. 1 , Pages 1-70, December 2015.

BOOKS EDITED

  1. Virtual Design of an Audio Lifelogging System: Tools for IoT Systems, Brian Mears and Mohit Shah,  Ed. A. Spanias, Synth. Lectures on Algorithms and Software in Engineering, Vol. 8, No. 1, Pages 1-73, June 2016.
  2. Despeckle Filtering for Ultrasound Imaging and Video, Volume II: Selected Applications, Second Edition, Christos P. Loizou, Constantinos S. Pattichis, ISBN: 978-1627058148, August 2015.
  3. Despeckle Filtering for Ultrasound Imaging and Video, Volume I: Algorithms and Software, Second Edition Christos P. Loizou , Constantinos S. Pattichis,  ISBN: 978-1627056687, April 2015.
  4. Latency and Distortion of Electromagnetic Trackers for Augmented Reality Systems, Henry Himberg, Yuichi Motai, Synthesis Lectures on Algorithms and Software,  Morgan and Claypool Publishers,, Editor A. Spanias, 189 pages, ISBN 978-1627055079,  May 2014.
  5. Bandwidth Extension of Speech Using Perceptual Criteria, Visar Berisha, Steve Sandoval, Julie Liss, Morgan & Claypool Publishers, Series Editor A. Spanias,  ISBN: 9781627053136, October  2013.
  6. Sparse Representations for Radar with MATLAB® Examples,  Peter Knee, Morgan & Claypool Publishers, Series Editor A. Spanias,  October  2012.
  7. Theory and Applications of Gaussian Quadrature Methods, Narayan Kovvali, Morgan & Claypool Publishers, Series Editor A. Spanias , September 2011.
  8. Algorithms and Software for Predictive and Perceptual Modeling of Speech,  Venkatraman Atti, Morgan & Claypool Publishers, Series Editor A. Spanias, March 2011.
  9. Advances in Waveform-Agile Sensing for Tracking, Sandeep Prasad Sira, Antonia Papandreou-Suppappola, Darryl Morrell, Morgan & Claypool Publishers, Series Editor A. Spanias, 2008.
  10. Despeckle Filtering Algorithms and Software for Ultrasound Imaging,  Christos P. Loizou, Constantinos S. Pattichis, Morgan & Claypool Publishers, Series Editor A. Spanias, 2008.
  11. Adaptive High-Resolution Sensor Waveform Design for Tracking, Ioannis Kyriakides, Darryl Morrell, Antonia Papandreou-Suppappola, 2010.
  12. OFDM Systems for Wireless Communications, Adarsh B. Narasimhamurthy, Mahesh K. Banavar, Cihan Tepedelenliouglu, 2010.
  13. Advances in Modern Blind Signal Separation Algorithms: Theory and Applications,  Kostas Kokkinakis, Philipos C. Loizou, 2010.

Patents

  •  Split-Band Speech Compression Based On Loudness Estimation, Visar Berisha, and Andreas Spanias, ASU, Tempe, Ariz. (US), US 8,392,198 B1, Issued 2012.
  • Method and system for determining an auditory pattern of an audio segment, Krishnamoorthi V. Berisha and A. Spanias, US 20110150229 A1, Issued June 2015.
  • Santucci, M. Banavar, C. Tepedeleioglu, A. Spanias, Energy-Efficient Distributed Estimation using Nonlinear Amplifiers, US 9,461,676, Patent Issued Oct. 4, 2016.
  • Zhang, M. Banavar, C. Tepedelenlioglu, A. Spanias, Maximum Likelihood Localization in the Presence of Channel Uncertainties, US Patent No. 9,507,011, Patent Issued Nov. 29, 2016.

 Patent Pre-Disclosures (full patents pending)

  • M13-148P J. Jayaraman, K. Ramamurthy, A. Spanias, Recovering Degraded Images using Ensemble Sparse Models, [Filed with Arizona Technology Enterprises], Predisclosure AzTE, March 2013.
  • M13-147P J. Jayaraman, K. Ramamurthy, A. Spanias, ,Improved Mixing Matrix Estimation for Blind Source Separation using Discriminative Clustering, Predisclosure AzTE, March 2013.
  • M13-149P J. Jayaraman, K. Ramamurthy, A. Spanias, Automated Tumor Segmentation, [Filed with Arizona Technology Enterprises], Predisclosure AzTE, March 2013.
  • M13-155P Jayaraman, K. Ramamurthy, D. Frakes, A. Spanias, An algorithm to estimate glomerular number from kidney magnetic resonance images, Predisclosure AzTE, March 2013.
  • M14-179P Fast Computation of Excitation Pattern, Auditory Pattern and Loudness, Girish, Spanias, AzTE 2014
  • M14-191P Distributed Location Detection in Wireless Sensor Networks, Zhang, Spanias, Banavar, Tepedelenlioglu, AzTE 2014.
  • M16-089P Android Acoustic Reflection Mapping, Paul Curtis. Andreas Spanias, Mahesh Banavar, AzTE, 2015.
  • D17-116; Algorithm for reconstruction-free image recognition from compressive sensors, H. Braun, P. Turaga, A. Spanias, C. Tepedelenlioglu, AzTE, August 2016.

Publications

Refereed Archival Journal Papers

Published or Accepted for Publication (87 papers / 50 listed / 15 pending)

  1. S. Zhang, C. Tepedelenlioglu, M.K. Banavar and A. Spanias, “Max Consensus in Sensor Networks: Non-linear Bounded Transmission and Additive Noise,” IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol.16, pp. 9089-9098, Dec. 2016.
  2. H. Braun, S. T. Buddha, V. Krishnan, C. Tepedelenlioglu, A. Spanias, M. Banavar, and D. Srinivansan, “Topology reconfiguration for optimization of photovoltaic array output,” Elsevier Sustainable Energy, Grids and Networks (SEGAN),  pp. 58-69, Vol. 6, June  2016.
  3. V. Berisha, A. Wisler, A. Hero, A. Spanias, “Empirically Estimable Classification Bounds Based on a Nonparametric Divergence Measure,”  IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing,, vol. 64, no. 3, pp.580-591, Feb. 2016.
  4. M. Shah,  C. Chakrabarti and A. Spanias,  “Within and cross-corpus speech emotion recognition using latent topic model-based features”,  EURASIP Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing, 2015:4,  January 2015.
  5. S. Sandoval, R. Utianski, V. Berisha, J. Liss, A. Spanias, “Feature divergence of pathological speech,” The Journal of the Ac. Society of America, 11/2013; 134(5):4133. DOI:10.1121/1.4831182
  6. V. Berisha, S. Sandoval, R. Utianski, J. Liss, and A. Spanias, “Characterizing the distribution of the quadrilateral vowel space area,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am., pp. 421-427, Feb. 2014.
  7. R. Santucci, M. Banavar, C. Tepedelenlioglu, A. Spanias, “Nonlinear Amplify and Forward Distributed Estimation over Non-Identical Channels,” IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, Issue: 9,  2015.
  8. M. Banavar . J. Zhang , B. Chakraborty , H. Kwon, Y. Li, H. Jiang, A. Spanias, , C. Tepedelenlioglu, C. Chakrabarti  A. Papandreou-Suppappola,”An overview of recent advances on distributed and agile sensing, algorithms and implementation,” Digital Signal Processing, Elsevier, 2015.
  9.  M. Banavar, C. Tepedelenlioglu, A. Spanias, “Robust Consensus in the Presence of Impulsive Channel Noise,” IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing, Vol. 63, pp. 2118-2129, March 2015.
  10. R. Santucci, M. K. Banavar, A. Spanias, and C. Tepedelenlioglu, “Energy-efficient distributed estimation by utilizing a nonlinear amplifier,” IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems – I, vol. 61, no. 1, pp. 302-311, January 2014.
  11. Jayaraman J. Thiagarajan; Karthikeyan Natesan Ramamurthy; Andreas Spanias , “Learning Stable Multilevel Dictionaries for Sparse Representations, IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems, .Vol. 23,  pp.   2905–2915, 2014.
  12. B. Santucci and A. Spanias, “Java-DSP Functions for Power Amplifier Linearization Techniques,” ASEE Computers in Education Journal,  Full paper, 2014.  Winner of the Harden-Simons Prize Award 2014
  13. Thiagarajan, J.J. ; Ramamurthy, K.N. ; Spanias, A. , “Multiple Kernel Sparse Representations for Supervised and Unsupervised Learning, “ IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, pp. 2905- 2915,  23(7), 2015.
  14. Dasarathan, S. ; Tepedelenlioglu, C. ; Banavar, M. ; Spanias, “Non-Linear Distributed Average Consensus Using Bounded Transmissions,”  IEEE Transactions on  Signal Processing, Issue: 23, IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing, vol. 61, no. 23, Dec. 2013.
  15. X Bi, S Lee, JF Ranville, P Sattigeri, A Spanias, P Herckes, P Westerhoff, “Quantitative resolution of nanoparticle sizes using single particle inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry with the K-means clustering algorithm,” Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry,  29 (9), pp. 1630-1639, 2014.
  16. S. Sandoval, V. Berisha, R. Utianski, J. Liss, A. Spanias, “Automatic assessment of vowel space area” J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol 134, El1-El5, Nov. 2013.
  17. A. Fink, A. Spanias,  P. Cook, “Derivation of a new banded waveguide model topology for sound synthesis,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Volume 133, Issue 2, pp. EL76-EL81 (2013).
  18. J. Jayaraman, K. Ramamurthy, A. Spanias, D. Frakes,A. Puri, D. Rajan,   Ms. No. IJAIT-D-13-00030 Kernel Sparse Models for Automated Tumor Segmentation, International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools, 2014.
  19. Heewan Park,  Byungsik Yoon,  Sangwon Kang,  Andreas Spanias, “Search-Free Codebook Mapping for Artificial Bandwidth Extension,  IEICE Trans. on Communications,  Vol.E95-B  No.4  pp.1479-1482, 2012
  20. M. Banavar+, C. Tepedelenlioglu, A. Spanias, “Distributed SNR Estimation with Power Constrained Signaling over Gaussian Multiple-Access Channels,” IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, Volume: 60,  Issue: 6, pp. 3289-3294, 2012.
  21. M.K. Banavar+, A.D. Smith, C. Tepedelenlioglu, A. Spanias, “On the Effectiveness of Multiple Antennas in Distributed Detection over Fading MACs”, IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications,  Volume: 11 , Issue: 5,  pp. 1744-1752, May 2012.
  22. J. J. Thiagarajan, K. N. Ramamurthy and A. Spanias, “Discriminative clustering for mixing matrix estimation in blind source separation,” Elsevier, Digital Signal Processing, Volume 23, Issue 1, January 2013, Pages 9-18
  23. Karthikeyan Natesan Ramamurthy; Jayaraman J. Thiagarajan; Andreas Spanias,   “Recovering non-negative and combined sparse representations,” Digital Signal Processing: A Review Journal, 26(1):pp. 21-35. 2014;
  24. M. D. Shirsat, T. Sarkar, J. Kakoullis, Jr., N. V. Myung,, B. Konnanath,, A. Spanias, and A. Mulchandani, “Porphyrin-Functionalized Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Chemiresistive Sensor Arrays for VOCs,”J. Phys. Chem. C, 2012, 116 (5), pp 3845–3850, Publication Date (Web): January 11, 2012.
  25. M.K. Banavar+, A.D. Smith, C. Tepedelenlioglu, A. Spanias, “On the Effectiveness of Multiple Antennas in Distributed Detection over Fading MACs”, IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications,  Volume: 11 , Issue: 5,  pp. 1744-1752, May 2012.
  26. H. Kim, B. Konnanath, P. Sattigeri, J. Wang, A. Mulchandani, N. Myung, Marc A. Deshusses, A. Spanias and B. Bakkaloglu, “Electronic-nose for detecting environmental pollutants: signal processing and analog front-end design Analog Integrated,”  Circuits and Signal Processing, Volume 70, Number 1, 15-32, Jan 2012.
  27. C. Tepedelenlioglu, M.K. Banavar, A. Spanias, “On the Asymptotic Efficiency of Distributed Estimation Systems With Constant Modulus Signals Over Multiple-Access Channels,”  IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol.57, no.10, pp.7125-7130, Oct. 2011.
  28. L. Ravichandran, L.; A. Papandreou-Suppappola, A.; Spanias, A,  Lacroix, Z.; Legendre, C., “Waveform Mapping and Time-Frequency Processing of DNA and Protein Sequences,”  IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, Volume: 59 , Issue: 9,  pp. 4210 – 4224, 2011.
  1. K. Banavar+, C. Tepedelenlioglu and A. Spanias, “Estimation over fading channels with limited feedback using distributed sensing,” IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol. 58, no. 1, pp. 414-425, January 2010.
  2. Wichern, G.; Jiachen Xue; Thornburg, H.; Mechtley+, B.; Spanias, A.;, “Segmentation,  Indexing, and Retrieval for Environmental and Natural Sounds IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, Volume: 18 , Issue: 3 Publication Year: 2010 , Page(s): 688 – 707, 2010.
  3. H. Krishnamoorthi+, A. Spanias and V. Berisha, “A frequency/detector pruning approach for loudness estimation,”,  IEEE Signal Processing Letters, vol. 16, no.11, pp. 997 – 1000 , Dec. 2009.
  4. S. Sabesan, L.B.Good, K. Tsakalis, A. Spanias, D.M. Treiman and L. D.Iasemidis,  “Information flow and application to epileptogenic focus localization from intracranial EEG“, IEEE Trans. Neural Systems and Rehab.  Eng., pp. 244-253, June 2009
  5. V. Berisha+ and A. Spanias, “Wideband Speech Recovery Using Psychoacoustic Criteria,” EURASIP Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing, Volume 2007, Article ID 16816, 18 pages, August 2007.
  6. V. Atti+, A. Spanias, K. Tsakalis. C. Panayiotou+, V. Berisha+, L. Iasemidis,  Gradient projection-based channel equalization under sustained fading,” EURASIP Signal Processing, SIGPRO 3303, Signal Processing, 88 (2), p.236-246, February 2008.
  7. S. Miller and A. Spanias,  “Algorithms for Quotient Control in Beamforming”, IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters , Volume 6,  pp. 651-654,  December 2007..
  8. K. Ahmed+, C. Tepedelenlioglu, A. Spanias,  “Performance of precoded OFDM with channel estimation error,” IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, Volume 54,  Issue 3,  pp. 1165 – 1171, March 2006.
  9. N. Chakravarthy+, K. Tsakalis, L. Iasemidis and A. Spanias, “A multi-dimensional scheme for controlling unstable periodic orbits in chaotic systems,” Physics Letters A, Vol. 349, pp. 116-127, Feb. 2006.
  10. T. Painter+, A. Spanias, A., “Perceptual segmentation and component selection for sinusoidal representations of audio,”  IEEE Transactions on Speech and Audio Processing,” Volume 13,  Issue 2,  pp. 149-162, March 2005.
  11. B. Veeramani+, B. Narayanan, A. Prasad, L.D. Iasemidis, A.S. Spanias, K. Tsakalis, “Measuring the direction and the strength of coupling in nonlinear Systems – a modeling approach in the State space,” IEEE Signal Processing Letters, Volume 11,  Issue 7,  pp. 617 – 620, July 2004.
  12. A. Spanias, V. Atti +, K. Ahmed, A. Papandreou-Suppappola, M. Zaman, and T. Thrassyvoulou “On-line signal processing using J-DSP,” IEEE Signal Processing Letters, Volume: 11 , Issue: 10 , pp. 821 – 825, Sept. 2004.
  13. Niranjan Chakravarti+, Andreas Spanias, K. Tsakalis, and L. Iasemides, “AR Modeling of DNA sequences,” EURASIP JASP – Special Issue on Signal Processing Genomics, Vol. 2003, Issue 4,  pp.  15-20, January 2004.
  14. J. Foutz+, A. Spanias, S. Bellofiore and C Balanis,  ” Adaptive Eigen-Projection Beamforming Algorithms for 1-D and 2-D Antenna Arrays, IEEE Antennas and Propagation Letters, Vol. 83, pp. 1929-1935, 2003.
  15. Ted Painter+ and Andreas Spanias, “Sinusoidal Analysis-Synthesis of Audio Using Perceptual Criteria,” EURASIP JASP – Special Issue On Multimedia Signal Processing,  INVITED, Vol. 2003, Issue 1, pp.  15-20, January 2003.
  16. S. Bellofiore, J. Foutz+, C. Balanis, A,S, Spanias, T, Duman, J, Capone  “Smart Antennas for Mobile adhoc Networks, IEEE Trans. on Antennas and Propagation, pp. 571-581, Vol. 50, No. 5, May  2002
  17. Ted Painter++ and Andreas S. Spanias, “Perceptual Coding of Digital Audio,” Proceedings of the IEEE, pp. 451-513, Vol. 88, No.4, April 2000  (winner of field series 2002 IEEE Donald G. Fink Prize Paper Award – 980  citations).
  18.  S. Bellofiore, C. Balanis, J. Foutz, and A,S, Spanias, “Smart Antennas Systems for Mobile Communications Networks: Part 1: Overview of the Antenna Design,”  IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine, pp. 145-154, Vol. 44, No. 3, June  2002.
  19. S. Ahmadi+ and A.S. Spanias, “Cepstrum-Based Pitch Detection Using a New Statistical  V/UV Classification Algorithm,” IEEE Trans. on Speech and Audio, Vol. 7, No. 3,  pp. 333-338,  May 1999.
  20. P. Loizou+ and A.S. Spanias, “Improved speech recognition using a subspace projection approach,” IEEE Trans. on Speech and Audio, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 343-345, May 1999.
  21. P. Loizou[1] and A. Spanias, “High Performance Alphabet Recognition,” IEEE Trans. on Speech and Audio, vol. 4, no. 6, pp. 439-445, Nov. 1996.
  22. A.S. Spanias, “Speech Coding: A Tutorial Review,” Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 82, No. 10, pp. 1441-1582, October 1994 (470 Google citations as of 10/2016).

 

Refereed Papers in National and International Conference Proceedings  (~300 papers / 50 listed /6 pending)

  1. J. Thiagarajan, Karthikeyan Natesan Ramamurthy, Berkay Kanberoglu, David Frakes, Kevin Bennett, Andreas Spanias, “Measuring glomerular number from kidney MRI images,”  Part of SPIE Medical Imaging, March 2016.
  2.  S. Zhang, C. Tepedelenlioglu, J. Lee, H. Braun and A. Spanias, “Cramer-Rao Bounds for Distributed System Size Estimation Using Consensus Algorithms,” IEEE/IET Sensors and Signal Processing for Defence Conference (SSPD 2016 – sponsored by UK Ministry of Defence), pp. 1-5, Edinburgh Sept. 2016.
  3. H. Braun, P. Turaga, A. Spanias, G. Tepedelenlioglu, ‘Direct Classification from Compressively Sensed Images via Deep Boltzmann Machine,” IEEE Asilomar Conference, Monterey, Nov. 2016.
  4.  S. Zhang, J. Lee, C. Tepedelenlioglu and A. Spanias, “Distributed Estimation of the Degree Distribution in Wireless Sensor Networks,” IEEE Global Communications Conference, Dec. 2016.
  5.  S. Zhang, C. Tepedelenlioglu, M.K. Banavar and A. Spanias, “Distributed Node Counting in Wireless Sensor Networks”, 49th Annual Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers, 2015.
  6.  S. Zhang, C. Tepedelenlioglu, M.K. Banavar and A. Spanias, “Max-consensus using Soft Maximum,” 47th Annual Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers, 2013.
  7. A. Spanias,  A Brief survey of time and frequency domain filters, Part of Adaptive Signal Processing Tutorial,”  IEEE IISA 2016, Halkidiki, Greece, July 13-15, 2016.
  8. H. Song,  J. Thiagarajan, Ramamurthy, K.N. ; Spanias, A, “ Improving Delay Embedding Characterization using Statistical Regularity Features for Activity Recognition,” IEEE Asilomar Conference, Nov. 2016.
  9. H. Song,  J. Thiagarajan, Ramamurthy, K.N. Spanias, A., “Auto-Context Modeling Using Multiple Kernel Learning,”  2016 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), Phoenix, Sept.  2016.
  10. A. Wisler, V. Berisha, K. Wei, K Ramamurthy, A. Spanias,” Empirically-Estimable Multi-Class Classification Bounds “, MLSP-P5.8,  Proc. IEEE ICASSP 2016, Shanghai China, March 2016.
  11. H. Song, J.  Thiagarajan,,K Ramamurthy, A. Spanias, P. Turaga,   “Iterative Kernel Fusion For Image Classification”,  MLSP-L2.4, IEEE ICASSP 2016, Shanghai China, March 2016.
  12. J. Thiagarajan, Ramamurthy, K.N. ; Sattigeri, P. ; Bremer, P.T. ; Spanias, A. , Automatic image annotation using inverse maps from semantic embeddings,” 2014 IEEE ICIP, pp.  3107- 3111, 2014.
  13. Berisha, V. ; Liss, J. ; Sandoval, S. ; Utianski, R. ; Spanias, A.,   “Modeling pathological speech perception from data with similarity labels,”2014 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP),  DOI: 10.1109/ICASSP.2014.6853730,  pp.  915- 919, 2014 .
  14. H. Braun, S. Peshin, A. Spanias, C. Tepedelenlioglu, M. Banavar, G. Kalyanasundaram, and D. Srinivansan, “Irradiance estimation for a smart PV array,” IEEE Energy Conversion Conference and Expo, Montreal, Oct. 2015.
  15. A. Wisler, V. Berisha, J. Liss, and A/ Spanias, “Domain invariant speech features using a new divergence measure,” IEEE in Spoken Language Technology Workshop (SLT), pp. 77–82, 2014.
  16. S. Miller, X. Zhang, A. Spanias,  “A New Asymmetric Correlation Kernel for GNSS Multipath Mitigations,” Proc. Sensors and Signal Processing for Defense (SSPD 2015), Edinburgh, Scotland, Sept.  2015.
  17. G. Kalyanasundaram, M. Banavar, A. Spanias, “Audio modeling and loudness estimation with IJDSP mobile simulations,” 2015 IEEE ICASSP,  pp. 5550- 5554, Brisbane, April 2015.
  18. A. Wisler, V. Berisha, K. Ramamurthy, A. Spanias, J. Liss,” Removing data with noisy responses in regression analysis, ” Proc. 2015 IEEE ICASSP, pp. 2066 – 2070, Brisbane, April 2015.
  19.   Z. Antoniou, A. Panayides, M. Pattichis, S. Stavrou, E. Kyriacou, A. Spanias, A. G. Constantinides, C.S. Pattichis, Adaptive Emergency Scenery Video Communications using HEVC for Responsive Decision Support in Disaster Incidents, Proc. of 37th Annual Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), pp. 173-176, Milano, Aug. 25 – 29, 2015.
  20. Sattigeri, P., Thiagarajan, J. J., Shah, M., Ramamurthy, K. N. & Spanias, A. “A scalable feature learning and tag prediction framework for natural environment sounds,” 2015 Conference Record – Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers. IEEE Computer Society, p. 1779-1783, Nov 2015.
  21. A. Spanias, “An introductory signal processing course offered across the curriculum, “IEEE Signal Processing and Signal Processing Education Workshop (SP/SPE), Utah, August 2015
  22. Lee, J., Tepedelenlioglu, C., Banavar, M. K. & Spanias, “Nonlinear diffusion adaptation with bounded transmission over distributed networks,”  IEEE ICCC. pp. 6707-6711, London, June 2015
  23. Visar Berisha; Julie Liss; Steven Sandoval; Rene Utianski; Andreas Spanias , Modeling pathological speech perception from data with similarity labels, ICASSP, IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing – Proceedings. pp. 915-919, 2014.
  24. R. Santucci, M.K. Banavar, S. Zhang, A. Spanias, C. Tepedelenlioglu, “OFDM-based Distributed Estimation for Rich Scattering Environments,” IEEE Sensors and Signal Processing for Defence Conference (SSPD 2014 – sponsored by UK Ministry of Defence), pp. 1-5, Edinburgh, Sep. 2014.
  25. Shah, M. ; Chakrabarti, C. ; Spanias, A.,”A multi-modal approach to emotion recognition using undirected topic models.” 2014 IEEE ISCAS, pp. 754-757, 2014.
  26. Braun, H. ; Turaga, P. ; Spanias, A. , Direct tracking from compressive imagers: A proof of concept,” (ICASSP 2014 , 2014 , pp. 8139- 8142, Florence, 2014.
  27. Zhang, Xue ; Tepedelenlioglu, Cihan ; Banavar, Mahesh ; Spanias, Andreas, “CRLB for the localization error in the presence of fading. IEEE ICASSP 2013, 5150-5154, Vancouver, May 2013.
  28. Braun, H. ; Turaga, P. ; Tepedelenlioglu, C. ; Spanias, A., “Optical flow for compressive sensing video reconstruction.” Proc. IEEE ICASSP 2013, 2267-2271, Vancouver, May 2013.
  29. Krishnamoorthi, Harish ; Spanias, Andreas, “Sinusoidal component selection based on partial loudness criteria,”IEEE  ICASSP 2013, pp. 575-579, Vancouver, May 2013.
  30. Shah, Mohit ; Miao, Lifeng ; Chakrabarti, Chaitali ; Spanias, Andreas,  “A speech emotion recognition framework based on latent Dirichlet allocation: Algorithm and FPGA implementation,” Proc. IEEE Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2013),  2553- 2557, Vancouver, May 2013.
  31. Santucci, R. ; Banavar, M.K. ; Spanias, A. ; Tepedelenlioglu, C.,  “Design of limiting amplifier models for nonlinear amplify-and-forward distributed estimation,”  2013 18th Int. Conference on DSP, Thira, July 2013.
  32. Berisha, Visar ; Sandoval, Steven ; Utianski, Rene ; Liss, Julie ; Spanias, Andreas, ” Selecting disorder-specific features for speech pathology fingerprinting,”Proc. IEEE ICASSP 2013,  7562- 7566, Vancouver, May 2013.
  33. Natesan Ramamurthy, Karthikeyan ; Thiagarajan, Jayaraman J. ; Spanias, Andreas ; Sattigeri, Prasanna,  “Boosted dictionaries for image restoration based on sparse representations,”Proc. IEEE Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2013),  1583- 1587, Vancouver, May 2013.
  34. Braun, H.; Buddha, S.T.; Krishnan, V.; Spanias, A.; Tepedelenlioglu, C.; Yeider, T.; Takehara, T., “Fault detection in photovoltaic arrays,”  2012 IEEE ICASSP, pp. 1681- 1684, March 2012,
  35. J.  J. Thiagarajan, K. N. Ramamurthy, P. Sattigeri and A. Spanias, “Supervised local sparse coding of sub-image features for image retrieval,” IEEE ICIP 2012, Orlando, Sept. 2012.
  36. Buddha, S.; Braun, H.; Krishnan, V.; Tepedelenlioglu, C.; Spanias, A.; Yeider, T.; Takehara, T. “Signal processing for photovoltaic applications,”  2012 IEEE International Conference on Emerging Signal Processing Applications (ESPA),  pp.  115- 118, Las Vegas, Jan. 2012.
  37. A.Fink and A. Spanias, “Constrained estimation of percussive sound excitations,” 2011 IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics (WASPAA), New Paltz, NY, 2011, pp. 16-19.
  38. Fink and A. Spanias, “Estimation of signal subspace-constrained inputs to linear systems,” 2011 Conf. Rec. of the 45th Asilomar Conf. on Signals, Systems, and Computers, Pacific Grove, CA, 2011
  39. Banavar, M.K.; Tepedelenlioglu, C.; Spanias, A,  Distributed SNR estimation using constant modulus signaling over Gaussian multiple-access channels,”IEEE DSP Workshop  (DSP/SPE), 2011 , Page(s): 24 – 29, 2011.
  40. Fink, A.; Spanias, A.; “Constrained estimation of percussive sound excitations,”  “Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics (WASPAA), 2011 IEEE WASPAA.2011.6082338, 2011 , Page(s): 201 – 204
  41. J. J. Thiagarajan and A. Spanias, “Learning dictionaries for local sparse coding in image classification,” IEEE Asilomar Conf. , Nov. 2011 (Nominated and Finalist for the Best Student Paper award).
  42. J. J. Thiagarajan, K. N. Ramamurthy, and A. Spanias, “Multilevel dictionary learning for sparse representation of images,” Page(s): 271 – 276,  in Proc. of IEEE DSP Workshop, Sedona, 2011 (Nominated and Finalist for the Best Student Paper award).
  43. K. N. Ramamurthy and A. Spanias, “Optimized Measurements for Kernel Compressive Sensing,” in Proc. Asilomar SSC, Monterey, Nov. 2011.
  44. K. N. Ramamurthy, J. J. Thiagarajan and A. Spanias, “Improved sparse coding using manifold projections,” Proc. of  IEEE International Conference on Image Processing,  Belgium, Page(s): 1237 – 1240,  Oct. 2011.
  45. L. Ravichandran, A. Papandreou-Suppappola, A. Spanias, and Z. Lacroix, “Multiple Protein Structure Alignment Using Time-Frequency Processing Techniques,” Proc. IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference (BioCAS), Cyprus, Nov. 2010.
  46. M.K. Banavar, C. Tepedelenlioglu, A. Spanias, “Distributed SNR estimation using constant modulus signaling over Gaussian multiple-access channels,” DSP Workshop (DSP/SPE), 2011 IEEE , pp.24-29, 4-7 Jan. 2011.
  47. Willerton, M.; Banavar, M.; Zhang, X.; Manikas, A.; Tepedelenlioglu, C.; Spanias, A.; Thornton, T.; Yeatman, E.; Constantinides, A.,   “Sequential wireless sensor network discovery using wide aperture array signal processing.”  2012 Proceedings of the 20th EUSIPCO, pp: 2278- 2282, Romania 2012.
  48. Ravichandran, L., Papandreou-Suppappola, A., Spanias, A., Lacroix, Z., and Legendre, C. (2010). Time-frequency based biological sequence querying. IEEE ICASSP, Dallas, March 2010.
  49. Banavar, M.K., Smith, A.D., Tepedelenlioglu, C., and Spanias, A. (2010). “Distributed Detection over Fading MACs with Multiple Antennas at the Fusion Center.”  IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (IEEE ICASSP 2010), Dallas, March 2010.
  50. Krishnamoorthi, H., Spanias, A., Berisha, V., Kwon, H., Thornburg, H. (2010). “An auditory-domain based speech enhancement algorithm.” IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (IEEE ICASSP 2010), Dallas, March 2010.

 

 

Invited Contributions in Books – Book Chapters

  • Andreas Spanias, Chapter 3: Speech Coding Standards, pp. 25-44, Academic Press,  Ed: G. Gibson, ISBN 2000 0-12- 282160-2.
  • Sabesan, S., K. Narayanan, A. Prasad, L.D. Iasemidis, A. Spanias and K. Tsakalis, Information flow in coupled nonlinear systems: Application to the epileptic human brain”, In: Data Mining in Biomedicine, P. Pardalos, Ed., Kluwer Academic Publishers (2006).

 

Invited Seminars and Presentations  (50+ invited – a few listed below)

  • Sensors and Machine Learning Primer, MEMS & Sensors Collaborative SensMach Event, Nov. 2016.
  • The SenSIP program on speech processing, University of Chicago, April 2016 (Audience 25)
  • SenSIP Activities in Machine Learning Algorithms, Imperial College, Nov 2015 (audience 30)
  • Modern Speech Processing Algorithms, Cirrus Logic, June 2013. (audience 20)
  • SenSIP Research on Loudness Estimation, Qualcomm, Feb. 2013
  • Plenary Session at IEEE FIE 2012, Premier Award Session, Seattle, Oct 2012 (audience 400).
  • Spanias, Signal Processing for Diesel Exhaust Monitoring,  University of California- Riverside, November 18, 2009.
  • SenSIP patent on audio bandwidth extension, Microsoft Research, Redmond, December 18, 2007
  • SenSIP research on Defense Applications of Audio Sensors, General Dynamics, November 20, 2007
  • SenSIP project on Acoustic Monitoring, Stanford CCRMA, , November 6, 2007
  • SenSIP research in Noise Cancellation, Acoustic Technologies, October 2007
  • SenSIP research in Audio Processing, MIT Lincoln Labs, Cambridge, September 2007
  • “The AME program at ASU,”  Invited Seminar, Rutgers University CAIP center, Piscataway, NJ, March 2007.
  • “Smart Antennas,” University of ULM, Sponsored by the IEEE Distinguished Lecturer Program, ULM, Feb. 2005.

 

RESEARCH GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

 

External Research Grants and Contracts

  1. PI: A. Spanias, Co-PI J. Blain-Christen, NSF CNS –  A SenSIP REU Site on Devices and Algorithms, $330k,  2017-Jan. 2020.
  2. PI: A. Spanias, Co-PI Turaga, Tepedelenlioglu, Rajan, NSF CPS – Solar Array Monitoring using Machine Learning, $600k,  2016-Sep. 2020.
  3. PI: A. Spanias, Co-PI Turaga, NSF IUSE Program on Sensors, $480k,  2015-July 2019.
  4. PI: A. Spanias, NSF I/UCRC SenSIP Center and Industry Consortium Phase 2, $336k,  2015-July 2020.
  5. PI: C. Tepedelenioglu , Co-PI A. Spanias, NSF 1307982,, Arizona State University Distributed and Robust Estimation for Cyberphysical Systems, 07/17/2013-7/16/2016, $372,629.
  6. PI: A. Spanias, Co-PI C. Tepedelenioglu, NSF      1308052  Arizona State University  GOALI: Intelligent Networked Solar Panel Array, 09/09/2013-9/8/2016, $378,962.
  7. PI: A. Spanias, Co-PI C. Tepedelenioglu, NSF Fundamental Research on Sensor Fusion Algorithms, $198k (24MOS), July 2012 – July1014.
  8. PI: A. Spanias, NSF I/UCRC SenSIP Center and Industry Consortium, $336k,  July 2010-July 2015.
  9. PI: Andreas Spanias, Co-PI R. Ayanar, NSF Award 816701, Java-DSP Software Development for Multidisciplinary Research and Education – Phase 3, $1.2 M, Start August 2008-End August 2015.
  10. PI: Andreas Spanias, Co-PI S. Goodnick, NSF Award 0730810, EXP-SA: DSP Algorithms for Silicon Ion-Channel Sensors, $400k  (36 months), Start August 2007-End August 2010.
  11. Co-PI A. Spanias,, NSF Award CCF-0830799, NSF Theoretical Foundations, “Biomedical Innovations Using  Implementation-Aware Agile Sensing and Signal Processing,”  PI: Antonia Papandreou-Suppappola,  Co-PI: Chaitali Chakrabarti., $375k (36 months), Start August 2008-End August 2011.
  12. PI at ASU; A. Spanias,, NSF Collaborative   Grant  (JHU/Purdue/ASU)):  J-DSP in Astronomical Time-Scale Measurements “An Astronomical-Calibrated Time Scale for the Mesozoic Era,”  $500k (ASU portion 184k – 36 months), NSF Award  0719714, Start October 2007-End October 2010.
  13. Co-PI A. Spanias,, NIH- Collaborative Grant UC-R and ASU by NIH sponsored for $1M, May 2007 (Co-PIs: Mulchandani, Wang, Bakkaloglu, Spanias) “Wearable Nanosensor Array for Real-Time Monitoring of Diesel and Gasoline Exhaust Exposure,” Start  September 2007-End August 2010.
  14. Co-PI A. Spanias, PI: T. Rikakis, Co-PIs: J. He, H. Sundaram, W. Sauvigne, NSF IGERT: “An Arts, Sciences and Engineering Research and Education Initiative for Experiential Media,”  $3M, 0504647, Sept 2005-Sept 2008.
  15. PI: Andreas Spanias, Co-PIs: J. Zhang, Papandreou, C. Tepedelenlioglu, NSF, Collaborative proposal on J-DSP development, ASU leady with URI, UTD, UWB and UCF as subs, $425k  (ASU share $315k), April 2005-April 2009
  16. PI: Andreas Spanias, CO-PIs T. Duman, A. Papandreou, C. Tepedelenlioglu, “A CRCD in Signal Processing for Communications,” NSF CISE, DWJ0064, $ 300,000, 2004-August 2006
  17. PI: A. Spanias, Analysis of the MXP Architecture, GemTech Systems, $12,000, Jan 2004-June 2005
  18. PI: Andreas Spanias, CO-PIs T. Duman, A. Papandreou, K. Tsakalis, L. Karam, “Java DSP – Extensions to Communications Advanced DSP, Controls, Image, NSF, JRA-0001, $ 424,770,   Jan 2001-Jan 2004
  19. CO-PI; A.S. Spanias, PI: C. Balanis and 4 other CO-PIs, NSF, “Smart Antennas,” $458,100, Sept. 2000 – Aug. 2002.
  20. PI; A.S. Spanias, Intel Corp., “Distributed Voice Recognition System for the PC,” $58,100, Sept. 1996 – Jan. 1998.
  21. PI: A.S. Spanias and CO-PI: J. Sadowsky, Analysis and Implementation of CDMA Mobile Communications, Amount: $241,457.00, Intel Corp., DWT 0011, Aug. 1996-Aug. 1997.
  22. PI: A.S. Spanias, Development of Universal and Interoperable Speech and Audio Compression Algorithms for Multimedia and Teleconferencing Applications, Sponsor: Intel Corp., Amount: $177,354, Feb. 1995-Jan.
  23. PI: A.S. Spanias and CO-PI: J. Sadowsky, Implementation and Integration of the Speech Codec, Channel Coder/Decoder, and Signaling Protocol on Prototype DSP Chips, Intel Corp., Amount: $243,500.00, DWT 4630, May. 1995-Aug. 1996.
  24. PI: Chaitali Chakrabarti, CO-PI: A.S. Spanias, “Special Purpose Architectures for Speech Coding Algorithms-Phase 2,” Sponsor: Motorola Inc,   $15,000, Aug 16, 1995- Aug 14, 1996.
  25. PI: A.S. Spanias, Analysis and Implementation of Modem Algorithms on Intel DSP Architectures, Sponsor: Intel Corp., Amount: $56,939.00,  1994-Feb. 1995.
  26. PI: A.S. Spanias, Speech Enhancement Algorithms for Mobile Communications, Sponsor: Intel Corp., Amount: $37,940.00, DWT 4460, Aug. 1994-Aug. 1995.
  27. PI: A.S. Spanias, CO-PI: C. Chakrabarti, Speech Coding Algorithms for Multimedia Applications, Sponsor: Intel Corporation,  Amount: $54,728, Sept. 1993-Aug. 1994.
  28. PI: Chaitali Chakrabarti, CO-PI: A.S. Spanias, “Special Purpose Architectures for Speech Coding Algorithms,” Sponsor: Motorola Inc,  $15,745.00., May 16, 1994- May 14, 1995.
  29. PI: A.S. Spanias, Image Processing Algorithms for Teleconferencing and Multimedia Applications, Sponsor: Motorola Inc., Amount: $45,000, 1 1994-Jan. 31 1995.
  30. PI: A.S. Spanias, Development of Speech Encoding and Recognition Algorithms for the Phoenix Architecture: Phase 2, Sponsor: Intel Corp., Amount: $200,229.00,  1993-Aug. 1994.
  31. PI: A.S. Spanias, Speech Enhancement Algorithms for Mobile Communications, Sponsor: Intel  Corp., Amount: $36,130.00, Aug. 1993-Aug.
  32. PI: A.S. Spanias, Development of Speech Encoding, Recognition, and Data Encryption Algorithms for the Phoenix Architecture, Sponsor: Intel Corp., Amount: $192,781.00, CRP 92373, DWT 4473, Aug. 1992-Dec. 1993.
  33. PI: A.S. Spanias, CO-PI: Jennie Si, Performance Evaluation of  Voice Recognition Algorithms, Sponsor: Motorola Inc, $19,845.00.,  February 1993-July 1993.
  34. PI: A.S. Spanias, Enhancement of Speech Using the Pseudocepstrum, Sponsor: Motorola GEG, $39,955.00., CRP 92265, DWT 4460, February 1992-February
  35. PI: A.S. Spanias, Development and Evaluation of Fixed-Point Full and Half-Rate GSM Coders, Sponsor: Intel Corp., Amount: $233,463.00, CRP 92079, DWT 4432, Date: September 1991-December 1992
  36. PI: A.S. Spanias, “Active Noise Cancellation in Ducts, “Sponsor: Active Noise and Vibration Technologies, Amount: $27,682.00, CRP 92039, DWT 8504, Date: August 1991-December 1992
  37. PI: A.S. Spanias, Fixed Point Implementation of the VSELP algorithm, Sponsor: Intel Corp., Amount: $55,984.00, CRP 91289, DWT 4423, Date: May 1991-June 1992
  38. PI: A.S. Spanias, “Transform Coding for Seismic Data Compression,” Sponsor: Sandia National Laboratories (SNL), CRP 90009, $19,982.00,  DWJ 6150, November 1989-October 1990.
  39. PI: A.S. Spanias (and overall project director) and 13 other CO-PIs from four different colleges (CEAS, CLAS, COE, and CEE), “Multidisciplinary Research on Multimedia Technologies for Distributed Learning Using the Intel PC and the Internet,   $67,000, Intel Corporation.
  40. PI: A. Spanias and 15 other CO-PIs, “Multidisciplinary Research on the Next Generation Multimedia Technologies for Interactive Distributed Learning,” State of Arizona,  ASU VPR Multidisciplinary Initiative Committee, Pre-proposal already approved,  $ 150,000 for three years.

 

SenSIP Consortium / NSF I/UCRC Industry Membership Projects – Industry Funded at Total  >$1M

Andreas Spanias is the founder and director of the newly founded SenSIP Consortium (now I/UCRC site)

Several research memberships established as of December 2007. Phase 2 started Jan. 2016.

 

  • Sprint, Sensors and Mobile devices, (4 year renewal), $140k, 2016-2020.
  • NXP,  Sensors and machine learning, $70k, June 2016-2018.
  • Raytheon,  Radar and Vision projects, $140k, June 2016-2018.
  • Freescale, machine Learning, $60k, April 2014-2016
  • Applied Core Technologies, $60k, Nov. 2013-Nov2015
  • Intel Corporation, $60k, Nov. 2013-Nov2015
  • ViaSOL Energy, $60k, June 2013-June 2015
  • Interactive Flow Technologies, $60k, May 2013-May 2015.
  • Raytheon Missile Systems, $240k, December 2007-December 2015.
  • Intel Corporation, $50k, June 2009-June 2011
  • Lockheed, $110k, December 2008-December 2012
  • National Instruments, $50k, December 2007-December 2009.
  • Acoustic Technologies, $50k, November  2007-November 2009

 

Student Theses and Dissertations Supervised

 

Ph.D. Dissertation Supervision (29 Completed)

 

  1. Henry Braun, Compressive Vision, Dec. 2016 (Co-Chair  Turaga).
  2. Xue Zhang, Sequential sensor networks, May 2016 (Co-Chair C. Tepedelenlioglu).
  3. Alan Wisler, machine Learning for Speech Pathologies, (Co-Chair V. Berisha)
  4. Shah, Audio Emotion Recognition, May, 2015 (Co-Chair C. Chakrabarti).
  5. Prasanna Sattigeri, Machine Learning for Ion Channel Sensors, Dec, 2014.
  6. Brandon M. Mechtley, Techniques for Soundscape Retrieval and Synthesis, November 2013. (Co-chair P. Cook)
  7. Steven R. Miller, Multipath Mitigating Correlation Kernels for Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Receivers, Nov. 2013
  8. Robert W. Santucci+, Energy-Efficient Distributed Estimation by Utilizing a Nonlinear Amplifier, November2013
  9. Alex M. Fink+, Re-Sonification of Objects, Events, and Environments, March 2013.
  10. Jayaraman Jayaraman Thiagarajan+, Sparse Methods in Image Understanding and Computer Vision, Friday, March 2013.
  11. Karthikeyan Natesan Ramamurthy+, New Directions in Sparse Models for Image Analysis, February 2013.
  12. Incorporating Auditory Models in Speech/Audio Applications Harish Krishnamoorthi, , Ph.D., Dept. EE., May 2011.
  13. Genomic Signal Processing,” Lakshminarayan Ravichandran,Ph.D. + (co-chair with A. Papandreou-Suppappola)
  14. Distributed Inference over Multiple-Access Channels with Wireless Sensor Networks, Mahesh Banavar, (co-advisor C. Tepededlenlioglu) with D., Dept. Electr. Eng., ASU, December 2010
  15. “Acoustic Scene Analysis,” Homin Kwon, Ph.D., Dept. Electr. , ASU, December 2009.
  16. “Audio Content Search,” Gordon Wichern, Ph.D., IGERT Fellow (co-chair with H. Thornburg)
  17. “Bandwidth Extension Algorithms,” Visar Berisha, Ph.D., Dept. Electr. , ASU, November 2007
  18. “DSP Algorithms for Smart Antennas,” Jeff Foutz, Ph.D., Dept. Electr. , ASU, March 2007 (with GE).
  19. “Perceptual Pole Estimation for Linear Prediction,” V. Atti, Electr. Eng., ASU, August 2006
  20. “Channel Equalization with Doppler Rate Measurements”, G. Maalouli, Electr. Eng., ASU, May 2006
  21. “PEP-Based Optimal Training for MIMO Systems in Wireless Channels,” K. Ahmed, Electr. Eng., ASU, Aug. 2005 (co-chaired with C. Tepedelenlioglu, was with Olympus now Professor in a Bangladesh University)
  22. “Adaptive Algorithms for GPS systems,” B. Badke, Dept. Electr. , ASU, Dec. 2002 (with Hemisphere GPS).
  23. “Perceptual Coding of Digital Audio,” Ted Painter, Dept. Electr. , ASU, August 2000
  24. “Sinusoidal Modeling of Wideband Signals,” Khosro Daroudi, Dept. Electr. , ASU, December 1999.
  25. “Adaptive Filters Based on Eigenspace Projections,” Gopal Nair, Dept. Electr. , ASU, May 1998.
  26. “An Improved Approach to Robust Speech Recognition Using Minimum Error Classification,” Min-Tau Lin, Dept. Electr. , ASU, December 1997. (M. Lin  is with Solectron in San Jose)
  27. “Low Bit Rate Coding based on the Sinusoidal Model,” Sassan Ahmadi, Dept. Electr. , ASU, August 1997.
  28. “State-Based Noise Reduction Using the Sinusoidal Speech Model,”  Mike Deisher, Dept. Electr. , ASU, May  1996 “Robust Speaker Independent Recognition of Alphabet Symbols,”  Philipos Loizou, Dept. Electr. Eng., ASU, May. 1995. (Philipos Loizou was Professor at the University of Texas Dallas, Passed away July 2012.)
  29. “Single and Multiple Channel Block Adaptive Filters for Active Noise Cancellation,” Qun Shen, Dept. Electr. , ASU, Dec. 1992. (Qun Shen was with Ericsson at the Research Triangle  Park)

 

 M.S. Theses Supervision ( 47 Completed – Last 8 listed)

  1. Jie Fan, Matrix Filling for Array Processing, Dec. 2016.
  2. Shwetang Peshin, Solar Panel Array Simulation, Aug. 2016. (Co-Chair C. Tepedelenlioglu).
  3. Chinmay Dharmadhikari, Multidimensional Ansdoid Audio Signal Processing Algorithm and App, May 2016.
  4. Deepta Rajan, Designing m-Health Modules with Sensor Interfaces for DSP Education, Nov. 2013.
  5. Girish Kalyanasundaram, Audio Processing and Loudness Estimation Algorithms with iOS Simulations, Sep. 2013
  6. Suhas Ranganath, Signal Processing Education Applications for the Android Platform, April 2013
  7. Henry C. Braun+, Signal Processing and Robust Statistics for Fault Detection in Photovoltaic Arrays, , (co-advisor C. Tepedelenlioglu) April 2012. (now PhD. Student)
  8. Shuang Hu+, Algorithms and Software Development on iPhone/iPad, April 11, 2012

Professional and Scientific Service

Local IEEE Activities

IEEE Communications and Signal Processing (COMSOC/SP), Phoenix Chapter, Chair, 1993-97, 2016-18.

Membership in National and International Committees

  •  Elected Member of the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Technical Committee on DSP, 1992-99, 2011-present
  • Elected Member of the IEEE SPS Education Committee, 2015-present
  • Elected Member of the IEEE Signal Processing Society Technical Committee on Statistical Signal and Array Processing (formerly Spectrum Estimation and Modeling), 1991-1997.
  • Elected Member of the IEEE Signal Processing Conference Board, 1993-1999.
  • Member Long Range Planning Committee, IEEE Signal Processing Society, 2005-2007.
  • Member IEEE SPS Committee for Technical Committee Review, 2007.

 Major Scientific Service in IEEE Signal Processing Society

-Member Board  of  Governors, IEEE Signal Processing Society, 2004-2007.

-Vice-President Conferences, IEEE Signal Processing Society, 2000-2002.

-Member Board of Governors, IEEE Signal Processing Society, 2000-2002.

-Member Executive Committee, IEEE Signal Processing Society, 2000-2002.

-Associate Editor, IEEE Signal Processing Letters, 2000-2002.

-Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, 1994-1997.

-General Conference Co-Chair, (along with D. Cochran) 1999 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics Speech  and -Signal Processing (ICASSP-99), Phoenix, March 1999.

-Founder and Chair Industry DSP Committee, IEEE Signal Processing Society, Spring 1999.

Editorial Service

Associate Editor, IEEE Signal Processing Letters, 2000-2002.

Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, 1994-1997.

Guest Co-Editor, IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, Special Issue on Industry Applications, Jan 2000.

Guest Editor, IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, Special Issue on Industry DSP Technology, March 2000.

Lecture Series Editor, Synthesis Lectures on Algorithms & Software for Engineering, Morgan & Claypool Publ., 2006-present