Area of expertise: Signal and image processing, wireless communications
Ph.D., EE, 1974, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States
M.S., EE, 1970, University of California, Berkeley, CA, United States
B.S., EE, 1969, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States
Office: 105 Walter Library
Telephone: (612) 624-2006
E-mail: mos (at ) umn.edu
Fellow of IEEE
Society Award, IEEE Signal Processing Society
Centennial Chair in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Outstanding Electrical and Computer Engineer Award, Purdue University
My research is primarily in the areas of statistical signal processing, communications, and image processing. My students and I are especially interested in problems of wireless communications using multiple antennas, sensor array signal processing, image enhancement and restoration.
An example of our work in signal processing is the development of algorithms for antenna arrays for communication and accurate mobile localization. Another example is the use of statistical models and signal processing approaches for genomic data analysis. In the area of wireless communications, we most recently worked on cooperative and collaborative transmission systems. In the recent past, we have developed parametric statistical models for fading wireless channels, and space-time interference-canceling receivers for CDMA systems.
Our research in image processing has concerned the development of image restoration and enhancement algorithms that are based on special partial differential equations. We have also been interested in medical image processing, particularly in the area of image reconstruction and tomography.
M. Nezafat, M. Kaveh, and H. Tsuji, "Indoor localization using a spatial channel signature database," IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, vol.5, no.1, pp. 406-409, December 2006.
P.A. Anghel, G. Leus, and M. Kaveh, "Distributed space-time cooperative systems with regenerative relays," IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, vol. 5, no.11, pp. 3130-3141, November 2006.
Hossein Zare, Arkady B. Khodursky and Mostafa Kaveh, "Gene clustering and gene function prediction using multiple sources of data." IEEE International Workshop on Genomic Signal Processing and Statistics, 2006. May 28-30, 2006, College Station, Texas.