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Faculty
 
 

John D. Sahr

John is a professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Washington. His interests include radar remote sensing technology and technique, signal processing, ionospheric and space plasma physics, plus beer brewing, juggling, hiking, biking, and kayaking!

If you'd like to contact him, the most reliable method is electronic mail.

jdsahr at u.washington.edu
telephone (206) 685-4816
facsimile (206) 543-3842

His mailing address:

John D. Sahr
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Washington
Box 352500
Seattle, WA 98195-2500


Graduate Students

Andy Morabito  (Electrical Engineering)  Fast algorithms for passive radar signal processing; stochastic phase noise modeling in radar receivers
morabito at u.washington.edu

Zac Berkowitz  (Electrical Engineering)  Development of networked distributed sensing intruments
berkoz at u.washington.edu

Laura Vertatschitsch  (Electrical Engineering)  Characterization and analysis of high performance A/D hardware for radar
vertatle at ee.washington.edu


Former Graduate Students

Prof. Melissa Meyer  Interferometry for passive bistatic radar; statistical signal processing; space and ionospheric plasma physics. Melissa is now a professor at Michigan Technological University.
mgmeyer at mtu.edu

Dr. Hasan Mir  Angle of Arrival Estimation in polarimetric antenna arrays. Hasan is now a staff scientist at Lincoln Laboratory.

Dr. Chucai Cliff Zhou  Application and Extension of Space-Time Adaptive Processing to Passive FM Radar
cczhou at u.washington.edu

Dr. Todd Elson  Submillimeter Tunneling Amplifier.
 elson at isdl.ee.washington.edu

Dr. Frank Lind   is a research engineer at the MIT Haystack Observatory.  He was a Geophysics doctoral student with John Sahr, studying radar remote sensing of ionospheric turbulence  and space plasma physics, focusing on the experiment and theory for ionospheric E-region irregularities.
flind at haystack.mit.edu

Dr. Sathaydev Uppala is a research scientist with Lucent corporation. He was an electrical engineering doctoral student with John Sahr where he studied signal processing with application to wireless communications.
suppala at lucent.com

Matt Grossman  VHF antenna design with stochastic optimization algorithms.

Chad Lindstrom is an Air Force Officer and was an electrical engineering Masters student with John Sahr. He studied signal processing for aircraft tracking using passive radar systems.

Paul Hall was an electrical engineering Masters student with John Sahr. He worked to describe the passive radar's signal processing in the autocorrelation domain.

Mike Hansen was an electrical engineering Masters student with John Sahr. He worked to describe the passive radar's signal processing in the fourier domain.

Andy Wagner was an electrical engineering student with John Sahr. He spent his time coercing radar data into standard NCSA HDF standard data formats, and hooking the result up to the WWW server.