Aaron D. Lanterman
- Center for Signal and Image Processing
- Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology
- Experimental Game Lab
- I am “abovenyquist” on LiveJournal, Twitter, and delicious.
- My publications (this is in serious need of some updating!)
- Digital Keyboards Synergy Preservation Page – devoted to a fascinating and rare synthesizer from the early 80’s
- Oberheim OB-Mx Preservation Page – devoted to a fascinating but less rare synthesizer from the mid 90’s
- Buchla 700 Preservation Page – devoted to a fascinating and incredibly rare synthesizer from the late 80’s
- Setting Up an OS X Mac with The Usual Suspects
- Old webpage on a DARPA project on passive radar from my days at UIUC – no longer actively maintained
- Assorted likes & links
- Not one of my webpages, but imporant enough to link here: Brochure on Science, Evolution, and Creationism by the National Academy of Sciences, Institute of Medicine
- ECE4893A/CS4803MPG: Multicore and GPU Programming for Video Games (F 2010) – F 2007, F 2008, F 2009
- ECE4893A: Electronics for Music Synthesis (F 2010) – Sp 2008 – Almost all my lectures from Spring 2008 and 2010 semesters are available in on blip.tv! Please consider donating if you find them useful.
- ECE4803B: Theory and Design of Music Synthesizers – Sp 2006, F 2006 – Almost all my lectures from Fall 2006 are available in RealVideo format! Please consider donating if you find them useful.
- ECE4007: Senior Design (F 2008) – RADCASTle: Really Awesome Digitally Controlled Analog Synthesis Tool, limited edition, EZ Mash Automated Brewing System, Buffercam,
MobileU robot, Autonomously Controlled Independant Slot-Car
- ECE2025: Introduction to Signal Processing (lectures) – Su 2003, F 2003, Su 2004, Su 2005, F 2005, Su 2006, Su 2007, Su 2008
- ECE2025: Introduction to Signal Processing (recitations) – F 2001, F 2002, Sp 2007, F 2007, Sp 2008
- ECE6279: Spatial Array Processing – Sp 2005, Sp 2007, Sp 2009
- ECE7251: Signal Detection and Estimation – Sp 2002, Sp 2003, Sp 2004
- ECE434: Random Processes (at UIUC) – F 2000
- Old page on a DARPA-funded Passive Radar project from my UIUC days (no longer actively maintained, kept up for archival purposes)
- Pattern Theoretic ATR Page (sponsored by AFOSR)
Overall Interests: Statistical signal processing, Grenander’s pattern theory
Applied Research: Radar systems, target tracking, image reconstruction, automatic target recognition
Other Interests: Music synthesis, information theory, radio astronomy, crystallography
- Jason Dixon
- Ryan Palkki
- John Wilcher
- Michael Lee
- Jeong Hwan Bang
- Dr. Kerkil Choi (Fall 2005) (now Lead Scientist at General Electric Global Research Center)
- Dr. Lisa Ehrman (Fall 2005) (now Senior Research Engineer at Georgia Tech Research Institute)
- Dr. Will Leven (now with Texas Instruments) (Spring 2006)
- Dr. Martin Tobias (now with M.I.T. Lincoln Laboratory) (Spring 2006)
- Boris Beauvais (from Georgia Tech Lorraine/SUPELEC) (now with MBDA Missile Systems)
- Linda Fomundam
- Chinmay Hegde (now with Northrop Grumman)
- Sujay Joshi (M.S., Spring 2007) (now with Lockheed Martin)
- Jonathan Morris (now with MITRE)
- Bill Overton
- Cody Wortham (M.S., Spring 2007) (now with GTRI)
- I held the Demetrius T. Paris Junior Professorship, a special chair for the development of young faculty, from 2004-2007.
- Postdoctoral Research Associate (Aug. 1998 to Aug. 2001)
Visiting Assistant Professor (Aug. 2000 to Aug. 2002)
Univ. of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Coordinated Science Laboratory
Project: Design and Optimization of Passive and Active Imaging Radar, focusing on detection, tracking, imaging, and identification of aircraft via reflected commercial television and FM radio signals.
Faculty: Richard Blahut, Yoram Bresler, Weng Chew, Pierre Moulin, David Munson
Education (Washington Univ. in St. Louis)
I worked in the Electronic Systems and Signals Research Laboratory. My graduate work focused on applying Grenander’s pattern theory to automatic target recognition in infrared scenes. Most of this work was funded by the U.S. Army Center for Imaging Science.
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
Mail Code 0250
Atlanta, GA 30332
E-mail: lanterma/at/ece/dot/gatech/dot/edu (remove slashes, change “at” and “dot” to appropriate punctuation – at this point it’s probably pointless for me to try fighting the spambots, but I might as well try!)
Office: Centergy One 5212 (I am not often there, so I do not recommend trying to “drop by” to find me; e-mail is the best way to reach me.)
Assorted Activities and Fun Stuff
- My wife and I sang in the Dekalb Choral Guild from Fall 2002 to Fall 2007.
Last modified 9/12/10. Comments or questions to my e-mail above.