During my master's degree at Queen's, I had the prerogative to supervise senior undergraduate students during their summer research internships.
Sheinvestigated the differentwavelet-basedtechniques and proposedanew approach toovercome the limitations of the existingtechniques.Her thesis can be found here (will be added soon).
She worked on cooperative spectrum sensing in heterogeneous cognitive radio networks, where the cooperating secondary users have different sensing capabilities. Her thesis can be found here (will be added soon).
Saulo De Sousa
He worked on the economic aspects of spectrum management in cognitive radio networks.
She proposed a new softened-hard
combining technique for cooperative spectrum sensing, which is a compromise between the soft and hard based decisions. Her thesis can be found here (will be added soon).