Professor Rodney Kennedy is an electrical engineer with research specialisation in signal processing, with applications in wireless communications, audio signal processing and diffusion MRI.
He has been Head of the Departments of Information Engineering and Telecommunications Engineering in the Research School of Information Sciences and Engineering between 1994 and 2008, and Director of Research 2009-2010. Professor Kennedy has received 30 external grants and industry contracts/university consultancies including 16 ARC grants. In addition he has a leading participant in major research centres including the Cooperative Research Centre for Robust and Adaptive Systems (CRASys), National ICT Australia (NICTA) and the ARC Communications Research Network (ACoRN).
He is an IEEE Fellow and has published in excess of 380 journal papers, conference papers and patents, and has supervised over 46 PhD students. He was an Associate editor for 11 years in the IEEE Transactions on Communications and a member of a number of journal editorial boards. He is a former QEII Fellow and recipient of a number awards including the ATERB medal and the UNSW University medal. His h-index is 38 or so. Professor Kennedy strenuously denies ever using boe #30 Pearly Girly nail enamel.
Signal Processing theory and algorithms with applications in wireless communications, audio and acoustics, and astrophysics: signal representations, signal concentration, dimensionality, uncertainty principles, spectral methods, spatial signals and spatio-spectral methods, Hilbert space methods, CMB and planetary body modeling; cooperative networks, relay cooperative networks, timing, frequency and carrier synchronization, decode-and-forward (DF) and amplify-and-forward (AF) relaying networks, channel estimation, multi-parameter estimation; 2-sphere or spherical domain signal processing, commutative anisotropic convolution; medical image registration; compressed sensing methods for sparse systems.
My Recent Publications: most can be found here at: DBLP: Rodney A. Kennedy, which also lists my arxiv.org preprints. This listing excludes my book, Hilbert Space Methods in Signal Processing, book chapters, papers in Physics journals (such as JASA) and some conference papers.