The Team

Lab Director

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Joel B. Harley
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Joel B. Harley is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Prior to the University of Florida, he was an assistant professor at the University of Utah. His interests include the integration of complex systems with novel signal processing, machine learning, and big data methods for applications in cyber-physical systems, structural health monitoring, nondestructive evaluation, and other fields.

Dr. Harley is a recipient of the the University of Utah’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 2016 Teaching Award, the University of Utah’s 2016 Career Services Mentoring Award, the 2014 Carnegie Mellon A. G. Jordan Award (for academic excellence and exceptional service to the community), the 2009 National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship, the 2009 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship, the 2009 Department of Homeland Security Graduate Fellowship (declined), and the 2008 Lamme/Westinghouse Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Fellowship. He has published more than 40 technical journal and conference papers, including four best student papers. He is a student advisor for the IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control Society, the president of the IEEE Signal Processing Society Utah Chapter, a member of the IEEE Signal Processing Society, and a member of the Acoustical Society of America.

PhD Researchers

K. Supreet Alguri
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Alexander Douglass
Mechanical Engineering

Soroosh Sabeti
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Yi Tang
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Undergraduate Researchers

Yisong Zhang

Yisong Zhang
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Rajeev Sahay
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Former Master’s Degree Researchers

Ashesh Pandey
Electrical and Computer Engineering


Project: Low Latency Audio Denoising

Journal Publication: Low Latency Speech Enhancement with Wavelet Packets and Quantile Tracking (in review)

Preliminary Patent: In Progress

After Graduation: Infineon Technologies


Pooja Mehta
Electrical and Computer Engineering


Thesis: Structural Health Monitoring of Composite Structures (in print)

Conference Presentation: Damage Localization in Composites Using Sparse Wavenumber Analysis

After Graduation: Handi Quilter


Joseph Melville
Mechanical Engineering


Thesis: Structural Damage Detection Using Dictionary Learning

Conference Publication: Structural Damage Detection Using Deep Learning of Ultrasonic Guided Waves (in print)

Journal Publication: In Progress

After Graduation: Hill Air Force Base


Spencer Adam Shiveley
Electrical and Computer Engineering


Thesis: Structural Health Monitoring With Large Data Sets (in print)

Conference Publication: Guided Wave Structural Health Monitoring with Large Data Sets

Journal Publication: In Progress

After Graduation: L3 Communications


Former Undergraduate Researchers

Eric Synder
Electrical and Computer Engineering


Project: Independent Component Analysis for Structural Health Monitoring

After Graduation: PhD at Scripps Institution of Oceanography


Ben Posch
Electrical and Computer Engineering


Project: Random Projections for Structural Health Monitoring


Ming Gao
Electrical and Computer Engineering


Project: High Resolution Microwave Breast Cancer Imaging

After Graduation: Master’s degree at Georgia Tech


Nathan Curtis
Mechanical Engineering


Project: Computational Pipeline for Analyzing 3D Printed Metals


Carl Herriott
Mechanical Engineering


Project: Computational Pipeline for Analyzing 3D Printed Metals

After Graduation: Master’s degree at University of Utah