Graduated Ph.D/MS Students:
- Ryan C. Shoup: "Efficient Implementation of Linear Minimum Mean Squared Error Code Division Multiple Access Receivers Via Recursive Filtering," Ph.D thesis, 2001, presently employed with MIT Lincoln Laboratories
- Eric Wu: "Optimization for Imaging Interferometric Lithography in Technology Computer Aided Design," Ph.D thesis, presently employed as a member of the technical sta, Spansion, San Francisco Bay Area, 2003
- Saeid Taheri: "Cross Layer Design of Communication Network Layers," Ph.D thesis, 2004, presently a post-doctoral researcher, University of New Mexico
- Juan Gaspar Vargas Rubio: "The Centered Fractional Fourier Transform, Properties, Computation, and Application to Linear Chirp Signals," Ph.D thesis, 2004, presently faculty, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco, Departamento de Electronica, Mexico, DF 02200,MEXICO.
- Thanis Mark Tridhavee: "Optimization of Frequency Parsing Strategies for Imaging Interferometric Lithography," MS thesis, 2003, presently a Ph.D student at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- Malay Gupta: "ICA Assisted Blind Multiuser Detection in DS-CDMA Systems," Ph.D Thesis, Nov. 2005, DSP Software Developer at Research in Motion
- Lakshmipuram Srikanth Reddy: "Multicomponent Chirp Demodulation Using the Multiangle Discrete Fractional Fourier Transform," March 2007, software developer, Norwood promotional products, Indianapolis
- David Boutte: "A hybrid ICA and Machine Learning Approach for Modulation Detection and Signal environment analysis," Ph.D thesis, Researcher with Akela Inc.
- Oktay Agcaoglu: "DFRFT based Modified Spectrograms," Fall 2011 - Fall 2013
- Ishwor Bhatta: "Comparison on Different Discrete Fractional Fourier Transform(DFrFT) Approaches" Master's Thesis, Fall 2013 - Fall 2014, Position: Data Analytics Engineer, Charter Communications, Tampa, Florida.
- Adebello Jelili: "SAR-Vibrometry using the DFRFT and Subspace Methods with Rank Reduction,", MS Project Student, Fall 2013 - Fall 2014
- Chris Dela Cruz, ``Hypernasal Speech Analysis via Empirical Mode Decomposition and the Teager-Kaiser Energy Operator, " Current position: Masters Thesis, June 2016, Member of Technical Staff, Sandia National Labs
- Wenjing Liu: "Multirate Frequency Transformations: Wideband FM Demodulation With Applications to Signal Processing and Communications," Doctoral Thesis, June 2018
Current Ph.D/MS Students:
- Francisco Perez Venegas, PhD student, Thesis topic: ``DFRFT-based Vibrometry, Clutter Suppression, and Recognition of Vibrating Objects Using Synthetic Aperture Radar," Comprehensive exam in Fall 18.
- Bradley Evans, Ph.D qualifying exam stage, Joined Fall 2017.