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Bertrand Hochwald

Bertrand Hochwald

Professor & Freimann Chair Professor

Department of Electrical Engineering

Professor & Freimann Chair Professor
College of Engineering

Professor & Freimann Chair Professor
Wireless Institute

Email: bhochwald@nd.edu

Phone: 574-631-8875

Office: 203B Cushing Hall

Education

PhD (engineering) 1995, Yale University

Biography

Beceem Communications, Santa Clara, California, Chief Scientist, 2005–2009, Vice-President, Systems Engineering, 2009–2010

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, Consulting Professor of Electrical Engineering, 2006–2010

Summary of Activities/Interests

Current Courses

Random Vectors, Det & Est

News

Limitless Bounds: An Interview with Ding Nie, Marconi Society Young Scholar

November 3, 2018

NDEE alumni, Ding Nie was named a Marconi Society, Paul Baran Young Scholar. His radical theory work invites electrical engineers to move in an opposite direction of what has always been taught in terms of coupling. The result is limits that are literally boundless. In this personal interview, Ding shares more about the man behind the theory and his journey as an electrical engineer.

Ding Nie Honored with 2018 Marconi Society Young Scholar Award

September 11, 2018

Apple engineer and NDEE Ph.D. pushes the boundaries of wireless by making 70-year old theorem applicable to current networks.

Hochwald and Nie awarded IEEE AP-S Harold A. Wheeler Applications Prize Paper Award

June 24, 2018

Professor Bert Hochwald and former graduate student Ding Nie are the recipients of the 2018 IEEE AP-S Harold A. Wheeler Applications Prize Paper Award. Their prize-winning paper, “Bandwidth Analysis of Multiport Radio Frequency Systems—Part I,” was selected as the best applications paper published in IEEE Transactions on Antenna and Propagation Journal in 2017.

RadioHound Project Announces First Partner Release

June 15, 2018

The RadioHound project is advancing and building the enabling technologies to create large-scale geographic maps of activity in the radio frequency (RF) spectrum. Combinations of these technologies will enable commercial and government entities to advance situational awareness, efficient spectrum utilization, and enforcement of regulations and spectrum sharing etiquettes to significantly advance numerous applications of the RF spectrum such as communications, sensing and radar, positioning, and electronic warfare.

College of Engineering Appoints Faculty Co-directors of Maturing Wireless Institute

September 1, 2016

To respond effectively to the exciting climate that surrounds current wireless research and development, Bertrand Hochwald and J. Nicholas Laneman will serve on an interim basis as faculty co-cirectors of the Wireless Institute in the College of Engineering.