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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
 
Dr. Gregory R. Kriehn, Professor
 
Objective
To provide a dynamic teaching and research environment as an Assistant Professor in RF Photonics, Adaptive Signal Processing, and Opto-electronics.

Education
     University of Colorado - Boulder, CO
Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering (August, 2003)
     Thesis:  Coherent Optical Signal Processing for Broadband Adaptive Phased-Array Antennas using the BEAMTAP Algorithm (dissertation.pdf)
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (December, 1999)

     Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology - Terre Haute, IN
Bachelor of Science in Applied Optics (May, 1997)

Current Vitae (vitae.pdf)

Research Interests
     RF Photonics
     Adaptive Optical Signal Processing
     Optical Communication Systems
     Dynamic Holography and Photorefractive Crystals
     Optics and Opto-electronics

Research Group Members
    
Former/Current Graduate Students
Dzhezyan, Gregory - Fall 2017
Pandy, Anket - Spring 2015
Yadav, Pappu - Spring 2014
Pittenger, Tom - Spring 2010
Fagerstrom, Sven - Spring 2009
Pannu, Samardeep Singh - Fall 2008
Vang, Jimmy - Fall 2008
Singh, Manpriya - Spring 2008
Papavasiliou, Nell - Fall 2006
Van Peteghem, Gerald - Spring 2006
Leung, Chi Yan Daniel - Spring 2006
Tsai, Yun-Hsuan - Spring 2006

Research Opportunities
Graduate and Undergraduate Students with an interest in optics, optical signal processing, and opto-electronics. Strong theoretical and experimental background desired.
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