Prof. Sandra Dudley
Director of Research and Enterprise
Telephone:020 7815 7124
School/Division:Engineering / Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Sandra received her PhD in Physics from the University of Essex. Her interest in low power remote schemes has led to wireless systems research, where she investigates areas from novel antenna design and radio/optical transmission channels to radio propagation modelling and experimentation in hostile environments and health applications. She is a visiting fellow at the University of Essex and also teaches Lambeth College students on the topics of Electronics. She was also Co-investigator, in collaboration with university of Essex in a MTHR funded interdisciplinary project on the impact of mobile telecom technologies on health and well-being. Currently she is working on wireless sensor/actuator schemes and their deployment in machine to machine (M2M) server/cloud platforms. She currently holds an EPSRC grant (EP/K002473/1) Digital Agent Networking for Customer Energy Reduction (DANCER).
Sandra manages final year BEng and BSc (Hons) projects in her department and teaches in the areas of electronics, optical and microwave systems.
Sandra is a member of the Biomedical Engineering (BiMEC) research team and her interests lie in the areas of low power remote schemes, optical system design, wireless system research, novel antenna design and radio/optical transmission channels, radio propagation modelling and experimentation for use in hostile environments, assistive living, sensor technology and wireless and optical systems for health applications. She also supervises PhD students.
Most recent publications
Rana, S and Dey, M and Ghavami, M and Dudley, S ITERATOR: A 3D Gait Identification from IR-UWB Technology. In: International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society (EMBC) (EMBC 2019), 23 July 2019 - 27 July 2019, Berlin, Germany.
Rana, S and Dey, M and Tiberi, G and Sani, L and Vispa, A and Raspa, G and Duranti, M and Ghavami, M and Dudley, S Machine Learning Approaches for Automated Lesion Detection in Microwave Breast Imaging Clinical Data. Scientific Reports,
Sohani, B and Tiberi, G and Ghavami, N and Ghavami, M and Dudley, S and Rahimi, A Microwave imaging for stroke detection: validation on head-mimicking phantom. In: PIERS (hotonIcs & Electromagnetics Research Symposium), 17 Jun 2019 - 20 Jun 2019, Rome, Italy.
Tiberi, G and Khalesi, B and Sohani, B and Ghavami, N and Dudley, S and Ghavami, M Phase-weighted UWB Imaging through Huygens Principle. In: PhotonIcs & Electromagnetics Research Symposium, 17 June 2019 - 20 June 2019, Rome, Italy.
Dudley, S and Rana, S and Dey, M and Ghavami, M Signature Inspired Home Environments Monitoring System using IRUWB Technology. MPDI Sensors, 19. 385. DOI 10.3390/s19020385
Dudley, S and Dey, M and Rana, S Semi-Supervised Learning Techniques for Automated Fault Detection and Diagnosis of HVAC System. In: IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence (ICTAI-2018), 05 November 2018 - 07 November 2018, Volos, Greece.
Rana, S and Dey, M and Dudley, S A Self Regulating and Crowdsourced Indoor Positioning System through Wi-Fi Fingerprinting for Multi Storey Building. Sensors, 18. 1-15. DOI 10.3390/s18113766
Ghavami, M and Ghavami, N and Khalesi, B and Tiberi, G and Dudley, S Skin Cancer Detection through Microwaves: Validation on Phantom Measurements. In: IEEE International Conference on Imaging Systems and Techniques (IST 2018), 16 October 2018 - 18 October 2018, Krakow, Poland.
Dudley, S and Rana, S and Dey, M and Brown, R and Siddiqui, H Remote Vital Sign Recognition Through Machine Learning Augmented UWB. In: European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, 09 April 2018 - 13 April 2018, Excel London, Docklands.
Dudley, S and Dey, M and Rana, S Smart Building Creation in Large Scale HVAC Environments through Automated Fault Detection and Diagnosis. Future Generation Computer Systems, DOI 10.1016/j.future.2018.02.019More publications at LSBU Research Open
Visiting fellow at the Department of Psychology, University of Essex.