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Dr. Jeffrey O. Coleman
ongoing research collaborations
in array-antenna pattern synthesis
and digital signal processing (DSP)

(this resume: http://alum.mit.edu/www/jeffc)


IEEE Senior Member, Circuits and Systems Society


Current and Recent Research
second-order cone programming for array-pattern and filter optimization,
high-performance digital filters with simple structures esp. multiplierless

Publications
my own list with links
to abstracts and preprints:
http://alum.mit.edu/www/jeffc/pubs/publist.html
search using
Google Scholar:
http://tinyurl.com/lwnxw5j
(forwards to a long URL at scholar.google.com)
search IEEE Xplore: http://tinyurl.com/hrb65cl
(linked to a long URL at ieeexplore.ieee.org)
search at the
US Patent and Trademark Office:
http://tinyurl.com/kz4g2au
(forwards to a long URL at patft.uspto.gov)
publications and citations
tabulated by Google Scholar:
http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=T-LkSGkAAAAJ

Recognition
works published in 1985, 2001, 2007, 2008, and 2013, recognized by
Naval Research Laboratory's Alan Berman Research Publication Awards
1994 National Science Foundation Research Initiation Award

Professional Employment
Nov 2013–retired
1997–2013 Naval Research Laboratory, Radar Division
Head, Code 5328, Signal Processing Theory & Methods Section
1992–1997 Michigan Technological University
assistant professor, Dept. of Electrical Engineering
taught undergrad comm, graduate probability, graduate digital comm.
highest ratings in department for graduate teaching
1985–1992 The Boeing Company
software engineer, B-2 bomber project
DSP at the High Technology Center
1978–1985 Naval Research Laboratory, Radar Division
Radar Analysis Branch
1975–1978 (several companies)
RF, analog, and digital circuit design for receivers and modems

Education
1991Ph.D.University of Washington
3.96/4.0, 14 quarters of mathematics, mostly analysis, and
a filter-optimization dissertation
1979MSEE with honorsJohns Hopkins University
4.0/4.0, coursework in signal processing and computer science,
the latter nearly enough to major
1975SBEEMassachusetts Institute of Technology
4.74/5.0, course 6.1 with an emphasis on analog circuit design