I had the opportunity to present my recent work on quantized backprojection to the CASI meeting from the University of Limoges in France.
I had the opportunity to take part in the second remote edition of the IRACON workshop where I presented my work on the Quantized Backprojection of Quantized data.
I had the opportunity to present my recent work on Quantized BackProjection at ITWIST2020. Here are the slides of this paper called : One Bit to Rule Them All : Binarizing the Reconstruction in 1-bit Compressive Sensing
In this small blogpost, I wrote a short tutorial on how I use OBS for academic presentations.
Here is the Arxiv link to the paper that we presented to RFID-TA which is a project that we worked on for ESA. We developed in collaboration with the University of Bologna an UWB position system that worked in real time and was powered remotely.
Here are the slides of my talk at the IEEE 2019 Radar Conference in Boston during the special session “Fully Digital Radar with Hardware Constraints”.
This the poster that I presented at ITWIST 2018 (arxiv link soon).
In this second blog-post we present a work submitted in RadarConf2019, where the range recovery of targets using highly quantized data is studied. Compared to the previous post (presented in COSERA2018), we study more deeply the trade-off between the number of measurements and their resolutions for a fixed bit-rate or bit-budget, i.e., a comparison between quantity and quality.