Profiles in "Information Theory" Expertise Area
- Johnston’s research focuses on policy informatics, the study of how computational and communication technology is leveraged to specifically understand and address complex public policy and administration problems.
- Cochran joined the the ASU faculty in 1989. His research interests are in mathematical aspects of sensing and signal processing, particularly for national security applications.
- Tepedelenlioglu's areas of expertise include wireless communications statistical signal processing estimation and equalization.
- D'Angelo's research interests include writing assessment; the impact of assessment on curriculum development, outcomes, and pedagogy; threshold concepts and transfer of learning; metacognition; and information literacy.
- Pavlic works in interdisciplinary decision-making problems in natural and artificial autonomous systems. He was the founding associate director of research for The Biomimicry Center at ASU.
- Sankar's research interests include information privacy and secrecy in distributed and cyber-physical systems, wireless communications, network information theory and its applications to model and study large data systems.
- Hartin has more then 30 years of expertise in science and technology for Fortune 500 companies.
- Kosut's primary research focuses on three areas: (i) network information theory, with a focus on security against active, malicious attackers; (ii) smart grid cyber-security; and (iii) finite blocklength information theory.
- Daniels studies the logic of collective behavior in living systems, using real-world data to build predictive models at the scale of individual interactions, and abstracting away from these toward general principles.