Friday, August 2, 2019


Stephen Dumas is an electrical and computer engineering Ph.D. candidate at the Georgia Institute of Technology.  The title of his thesis is “Radio Frequency Localization of Uncooperative Transmitters from Space.”  This research is an interdisciplinary problem, involving radio frequency engineering, applied electromagnetics, signal processing, orbital mechanics, and estimation.  Stephen completed his M.S. degree in electrical and computer engineering, with a minor in nuclear and radiological engineering, at Georgia Tech, in 2016.  Prior to entering directly into the Ph.D. program at Georgia Tech, he completed his B.S. in electrical engineering, with a concentration in power and control systems, and a minor in mathematics, at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, in 2011.  During the course of his academic pursuits, Stephen has worked at the Air Force Research Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory, the Arctic Region Supercomputing Center, and other places.