The Hume Center is pleased to be sponsoring the 2017 GNU Radio Conference in San Diego this month. As the Hume Center is a highly active research and engineering organization in the radio signal processing space, we are heavy users of GNU Radio. We are pleased that we can support the GNU Radio community by sponsoring this event, contributing a number of talks and publications in the technical proceedings this year, open sourcing additional works on the gr-vt Github page, and helping to organize the 2017 conference and technical proceedings. Talks given by Virginia Tech and the Hume Center and by alumni and Virginia Tech industry startups at the conference this year will focus on a wide range of exciting work in applying GNU Radio and signal processing methods to numerous applications.
Please join the Hume Center at the following talks during the conference:
“The Future of Radio: Learning Efficient Signal Processing Systems” by Tim O’Shea, 9:30-10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, September 13
“Lightning Talk: Hume Center Information Systems Lab” by Dr. Joseph Mitola III, during the Lightning Talks from 8:45 to 12:00 p.m. on Friday, September 15th
“Lightning Talk: Hume Center Electronic Systems Lab” by Dr. Joseph Ernst, during the Lightning Talks from 8:45 to 12:00 p.m. on Friday, September 15th
The Hume Center is excited to have the following work by students and research faculty accepted to the peer-reviewed technical proceedings this year:
“Implementation of Two Physical Layer Security Techniques in an OTA System”, Kevin Ryland, Marc Lichtman, T. Charles Clancy
We look forward to meeting and talking with everyone at the opening night reception sponsored by the Hume Center at Virginia Tech on the beach at 6:30 on Monday, September 11th.
The Hume Center at Virginia Tech