Seun Sangodoyin received his B.Sc in Electrical Engineering from Oklahoma State University in May 2007, M.Sc in the same field at the University of Southern California in 2009, he is currently working toward his Ph.D at the University of Southern California. His research interest includes measurement based MIMO channel Modeling, UWB MIMO radar, Body area Networks using Ultra-wideband signals and stochastic dynamical Systems. He won the Presidential Merit Award in May 2007 at the Oklahoma State University.
C1. S. Sangodoyin, S. Niranjayan and Andreas. F. Molisch, “Ultrawideband Near-Ground Outdoor Propagation Channel Measurements and Modeling” in Proc . 7th EuCAP, Gothenburg, Sweden. April 2013, accepted
C2. S. Sangodoyin, J. Salmi, S. Niranjayan and A. F. Molisch, “Real-time ultrawideband MIMO Channel Sounding,” in Proc . 6th EuCAP, Prague, Czech Republic, May. 2012, pp. 2303-2307
C3. J. Lee, C. Kim, D. Ha, S. Sangodoyin and R. Dong, "UWB Propagation Measurement in BAN Scenarios", IEEE IET International Symposium Communication Systems, Networks and Digital Signal Processing (CSNDSP), 2012
C4. X. Yang, J. Salmi, A. F. Molisch, S. Qiu, S. Sangodoyin and B. Wang, "Trapezoidal Monopole Antenna and Array for UWB-MIMO Applications", IEEE International Conference on Microwaves and Millimeter Wave Technology (ICMMT), 2012
C5. J. Salmi, S. Sangodoyin and A. F. Molisch, "High Resolution Parameter Estimation for Ultra-Wideband MIMO Radar", IEEE Asilomar Conference on Signal, Systes and Computers, 2010