ECE Faculty Funded Research

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Dr. Steven C Reising


Funded Research

  • Advanced Component Development to Enable Low-Mass, Low-Power High-Frequency Radiometers for Coastal Wet-Tropospheric Correction on SWOT (NASA)
  • CAREER: Three Dimensional Measurements of Atmospheric Water Vapor using Miniaturized Microwave Radiometers (National Science Foundation (NSF))
  • Collaborative Research: A Consortium of Resonance & Rayleigh Lidars (National Science Foundation (NSF))
  • Detailed Study of the Effect of Breaking Waves on Polarimetric Microwave Emissivities (DoD-NAVY-Office of Naval Research (ONR))
  • Development of an Internally-Calibrated Wide-Band Airborne Microwave Radiometer to Provide High-Resolution Wet-Tropospheric Path Delay Measurements for SWOT (NASA)
  • Equipment to Construct an Integrated Radio-Acoustic Sounding System for the Turbulent Eddy Profiler (DoD-ARMY - Army Research Office (ARO))
  • Fine-Resolution 4-D Measurement of Water Vapor using Ground-based Microwave Radiometer Networks (U.S. Department of Defense)
  • Long-Term Multi-Frequency Polarimetric Observations of the Sea Surface Emission (DoD-NAVY-Office of Naval Research (ONR))
  • Microwave Radiometer Network Deployment for High-Resolution Water Vapor Measurement as part of the Metawave Experiment (European Space Agency - ESA)
  • MMIC-based Radiometer Development for Microwave Remote Sensing, Phase I and II (Ball Aerospace Corporation)
  • MMIC-based Radiometer Development for Microwave Remote Sensing, Phase III (Ball Aerospace Corporation)
  • Passive Polarimetric Measurements of the Effects of Foam and Roughness on Microwave Emissivity (DoD-NAVY-Office of Naval Research (ONR))
  • Synthetic Aperture Radiometry Measurements for Soil Moisture (USDA Agricultural Research Service)
  • Temporal Experiment for Storms and Tropical Systems Technology Demonstration (TEMPEST-D / NASA)
  • The Effect of Breaking Waves on Ocean Surface Wind Vector Retrieval using Satellite-Borne Polarimetric Microwave Radiometry (DoD-NAVY-Naval Research Lab (NRL))
  • Wide-band Millimeter and Sub-Millimeter Wave Radiometer Instrument to Measure Tropospheric Water and Cloud ICE (TWICE / NASA)