Richard J. Kozick
Professor of
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Bucknell University
Lewisburg, PA 17837
Office: BRKI 067
Phone: (570) 5771129
Fax: (570) 5771449
kozick@bucknell.edu
Education Background:
Ph.D.: 1992 University of Pennsylvania
M.S.: 1988 Stanford University
B.S.: 1986 Bucknell University
Resume:
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Teaching Interests:
 Introductory engineering courses
 Signals and linear systems
 Statistical signal processing
 Control systems
 Circuit theory
 Communication systems
 Digital signal and image processing
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 ENGR 100: Exploring Engineering
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Research Interests:
 Statistical signal processing

Sensor networks and aeroacoustics
 Signal processing for communications
 Imaging and direction finding with sensor arrays
 Digital signal and image processing
 Parallel, recursive algorithms for DCT and polynomial transforms
 Ultrasound imaging and image processing
Selected Publications:
R.J. Kozick and B.M. Sadler,
"Source Localization with Distributed Sensor Arrays and
Partial Spatial Coherence",
IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing,
vol. 52, no. 3, pp. 601616, March 2004.
B.M. Sadler, T. Moore, and R.J. Kozick,
"Regularity and Strict Identifiability in MIMO Systems,"
IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing,
vol. 50, no. 8, pp. 18311842, August 2002.
B.M. Sadler, R.J. Kozick, and T. Moore,
"Bounds on Bearing and Symbol
Estimation with
Side Information,"
IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing,
vol. 49, no. 4, pp. 822834, April 2001.
R.J. Kozick and B.M. Sadler,
"MaximumLikelihood Array Processing in NonGaussian Noise
with Gaussian Mixtures,"
IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing,
vol. 48, no. 12, pp. 35203535, Dec. 2000.
R.S. Blum, R.J. Kozick, and B.M. Sadler,
"An Adaptive Spatial Diversity
Receiver for NonGaussian Interference and Noise,"
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing,
vol. 47, no. 8, pp. 21002111, August 1999.
R.J. Kozick and M.F. Aburdene,
"Methods for Designing Efficient ParallelRecursive Filter
Structures
for Computing Discrete Transforms,"
International Journal of Telecommunication
Systems, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 6980, Jan. 2000.
M.F. Aburdene, J. Zheng, and R.J. Kozick, "Computation of Discrete Cosine Transform Using Clenshaw's Recurrence Formula," IEEE Signal Proessing
Letters, vol. 2, pp. 155156, Aug. 1995.
R.J. Kozick and C.C. Crane,
"An Integrated Environment for Modeling, Simulation,
Digital Signal Processing, and Control,"
IEEE Transactions on Education, vol. 39, pp. 114119, May 1996.
G.R. Robertson, M.F. Aburdene, and R.J. Kozick,
"Differential Block Coding of BiLevel Images,"
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, vol. 5, pp. 13681370, Sept.
1996.
R.J. Kozick, "Detecting Interfaces on Ultrasound Images of the Carotid Artery by Dynamic Programming," IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging Symp., San
Jose, CA, vol. 2666, pp. 233241, Feb. 1996.
R.J. Kozick and S.A. Kassam, "Synthetic Aperture PulseEcho Imaging with Rectangular Boundary Arrays," IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 6879, Jan. 1993.
This page is maintained by Rich Kozick, kozick@bucknell.edu.