Saleem A. Kassam

Solomon and Sylvia Charp Professor
Electrical and Systems Engineering (ESE)

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Honors and Awards:  IEEE Fellow

Research Expertise: Signal Processing | Communication Systems

Saleem researches statistical signal processing and communications. His study of through-wall imaging radar aims to provide new methods for imaging building interiors based on optimum use of array elements and co-array locations and frequency assignments. Saleem is also developing wireless communication systems using nonlinear blind signal separation and equalization to mitigate the effects of multi-path and other channel impairments. Additionally, Saleem works with bio-medical applications of signal processing, such as seizure monitoring and detection using EEG signals, and with nonlinear and adaptive signal and image processing methods.

Education:
PhD Electrical Engineering 1975 - Princeton University
MSE Electrical Engineering 1974 - Princeton University
MA Electrical Engineering 1974 - Princeton University
BS 1972 - Swarthmore College

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