My name is Kai, and I am an Oceanographer at the United States Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), Washington D.C.
I am interested in:
– using transiting surface ships as sources of opportunity for the purpose of array and environmental parameter characterization
– signal and array processing in the presence of environmental noise
– development of compressive sensing techniques for source localization and parameter estimation (including sparse Bayesian learning and adaptive processing)
– passive localization of low-level acoustic sources
In my free time, I enjoy to backpack and to sail.
Office: (202) 767-2196
Last Updated: May. 29th, 2020
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