The Ocean Acoustic Signal Processing (OASP) Research Group is affiliated with the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at George Mason University. Professor Kathleen Wage and her graduate students work on multi-disciplinary problems that require a synthesis of array processing, acoustics, and oceanography. Their current projects focus on random matrix theory, sparse array design, deep water ambient noise, and mode propagation. The group's work is funded by the Office of Naval Research.

Latest News

  • Mani Bojja defends MS Thesis

    On April 10, 2015 Mani Bojja will defend his MS thesis titled "Comparison of Notch Depth for Constrained Least Mean Squares and Dominant Mode Rejection Beamformers".
  • ONR Grant Awarded for Deep Water Acoustic Scattering and Noise Project

    Prof. Kathleen Wage received a 3-year $298,169 grant from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) for work on Deep Water Acoustic Scattering and Noise.
  • Paper on Coprime Arrays published by EURASIP

    A paper on coprime arrays by Kaushallya Adhikari, John Buck, and Kathleen Wage appeared in the EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing Engineering in 2014.


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