David J. Love
Nick Trbovich Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, IEEE Fellow
Leader of Efficient Spectrum Usage Preeminent Team
School of Electrical and
465 Northwestern Ave.
Office: MSEE 360
djlove d@d purdue.edu
- Elected to National Spectrum Consortium Executive Committee
- Our DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge (SC2) team finished in the top five SC2 Preliminary Event #2
- 28th US patent granted (US # 10,158,408)
- Named the Nick Trbovich Professor of ECE at Purdue by the Purdue BoT
- 27th US patent granted (US # 9,504,047)
- Invited participant to 2016 EU-US NAE Frontiers of Engineering Symposium in Helsinki, Finland
- 26th US patent granted (US # 9,391,730)
- Received 2016 IEEE Communications Society Stephen O. Rice Prize in the Field of Communication Theory for work with Sooyoung Hur, Taejoon Kim, Jim Krogmeier, Tim Thomas, and Amitava Ghosh
- 25th US patent granted (US # 9,319,251)
- Our team in the Virginia Tech Spectrum-Sharc competition ranked in the top ten after phase 1.
- Received 2015 IEEE Signal Processing Society Best Paper Award for work with Junil Choi and Pat Bidigare
- 24th US patent granted (US # 9,161,247)
- Work recognized at 2015 Purdue Research Foundation Inventors Recognition Reception
- Recognized as a 2015 Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher
- Elevated to IEEE Fellow "for contributions to feedback-adaptive wireless communication systems"
- Received Spring 2015 Purdue HKN Outstanding Professor Award
- Recognized as a 2014 Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher
to the criteria, "researchers earned the distinction by writing the
greatest numbers of reports officially designated by Essential Science
Indicators℠ as Highly Cited Papers—ranking among the top 1% most cited
for their subject field and year of publication, earning them the mark
of exceptional impact."
- Our DARPA Spectrum Challenge team finished #1 out of 90 registered teams during the qualification round. More coverage.
- Check out work with spectrum policy