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Professor Emeritus Anthony J. Weiss

Researcher & Scientist at the Electrical Engineering School, Tel Aviv University

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About Me

My main interests are signal processing in general and multi-channel array processing in particular. Some keywords that describe my interests are:

Direction Finding (DF, DOA, AOA)

Localization by time difference of arrival (TDOA, DTOA, TOA)

Localization by Differential Doppler (DD, DFOA, FDOA)

Localization by Received Signal Strength (RSSI)

Localization by Finger Printing.

I received the B.Sc. degree from the Technion—Israel Institute of Technology, in 1973, and the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, in 1982 and 1985, all in electrical engineering. From 1973 to 1983, I was involved in the research and development of numerous projects in the fields of communications, command and control, and emitter localization. In 1985, I joined the Department of Electrical Engineering-Systems, Tel Aviv University. From 1996 to 1999 I served as the department chairperson and as IEEE Israel Section Chairperson. From 2006 to 2011 I was the chairperson of the EE School at Tel Aviv University. I served as editor for IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications for several years.  I published nearly 200 papers in professional magazines and conferences and I hold 11 U.S. patents. I was a recipient of the IEEE 1983 Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing Society’s Senior Award and the IEEE third millennium medal.

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Latest Publication

Yossi Yovel, Roei Zigelman, Ofri Eitan, Omer Mazar, A.J. Weiss, ``A bio-mimetic miniature drone for real-time audio-based short-range tracking,''  PLOS Computational Biology, March 2022.

M. Kahlon, A. Lipshtat, C. Price, and A.J. Weiss, ``Classification of Infrasonic Atmospheric Events Using Electromagnetic Pulse Analysis,'' Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, March 2022.

Caleb Leibowitz, and Anthony J. Weiss, ``Underground Cavity Detection Through Spectral Distortion of a GPR Signal,''  IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, June 2022.

Caleb Leibowitz, and Anthony J. Weiss, ``The Use of the Group Dispersion of a GPR Signal for Underground Cavity Detection,'' Remote Sensing , Accepted September 2022.

O. Eitan; M. Taub; A. Boonman; A. Zviran; V. Tourbabin; Anthony J. Weiss; Y. Yovel, "Echolocating bats rapidly adjust their mouth-gape to control spatial resolution when scanning a target," BMC Biology. Accepted 18 November 2022.

Eliyahu, Guy, Amnon Menashe Maor, Roei Meshar, Reem Mukamal, and Anthony J. Weiss. 2022. "Single Transmitter Direction Finding Using a Single Moving Omnidirectional Antenna" Sensors 22, no. 23: 9208. https://doi.org/10.3390/s22239208

Caleb Leibowitz, and Anthony J. Weiss, ``Cavity Detection Using GPR With Small Offsets,''  IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, August 2023.

Keywords:

  • Signal Processing,

  • Sensor Array Processing,

  • Spatial Signal Processing,

  • Emitter Location,

  • Angle of Arrival (AOA),

  • Time of Arrival (TOA),

  • Differential Doppler

  • Beamforming,

  • Received Signal Strength (RSS),

  • Tracking,

  • Geolocation,

  • Indoors navigation,

  • Underwater Acoustics

  • Radar, Sonar,

  • Lower bounds,

  • SAR,

  • Wireless networks,

  • Optimization

  • Navigation

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