Alumni

Edinburgh

Previous Research Associates

  • Dr Murat Uney, moved to CMRE NATO
  • Dr Yan Pailhas, moved to CMRE NATO
  • Dr Emmanuel Delande, moved to University of Texas 
  • Dr Cristian Rusu, moved to National college of Ireland
  • Dr Salvatore Caporale, moved to N Tech
  • Dr Christian Nunez Alvarez, moved to Key Sight Technologies
  • Dr Steven Herbert, moved to Cambridge University
  • Dr Loukianos Spyrou, moved to Cambridge Quantum Computing
  • Dr Paulo Garcia, moved to Cork University
  • Dr Cecile Chenot, University of Edinburgh
  • Dr. Flávio Eler de Melo, moved to Institut Mines-Télécom
  • Dr Calum Blair, moved to ARM
  • Dr Shaun Kelly, moved to Blackmagic Design
  • Dr Rolf Baxter, moved to Anyvision
  • Dr Hamed Azami, moved to Harvard University
  • Dr Jeremie Houssineau, moved to National University of Singapore
  • De Elenora D’arca

Previous PhD students

  • Dr Puneet Chhabra, moved to Autuo.AI
  • Dr Isabel Schlanger, moved to Fraunhofer
  • Dr Jose Franco, moved to Anyvision
  • Di Wu
  • Saurav Sthapit
  • Alessandro Borgia
  • Kimin Kim
  • Alexey Narykov
  • Euan Ward

LSSCN

Previous Research Associates

  • Dr F Aparicio-Navarro, Newcastle University
  • Dr Anastasios Deligiannis, moved to Volvo Car Corporation
  • Dr Cemre Zor, University of Surrey
  • Dr Ioannis Kaloskampis
  • Dr Christos V Ilioudis, University of Strathclyde
  • Dr Keith Thompson, University of Surrey
  • Dr Mark Barnard, University of Surrey
  • Dr Viet Hung Tran, University of Surrey
  • Dr Liang Hu, moved to De Montfort University

Previous PhD students

  • Dr Luca Remaggi, University of Surrey
  • Dr Domenico Gaglione, moved to CMRE NATO
  • Dr Miao Yu, moved to Lincoln University
  • Dr Pengming Feng, Newcastle University
  • Dr Waqas Rafique, moved to Kings College London
  • Zeliang Wang 
  • Dr Jing Dong 
  • Dr Pengming Feng 
  • Dr Jamie Corr 
  • Dr Waqas Rafique
  • Mingyang Chen
  • Gaia Rossetti
  • Abdullahi Daniyan
  • Zeyu Fu
  • Federico Angelini

Featured below are the UDRC Phase 2 Alumni, many of whom have gone on to further their career both in Academia, Industry and business start-ups, providing the next generation of researchers in defence signal processing. They have secured jobs with a diverse range of companies and institutions both in they UK and abroad.