Edwin Marengo is a associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at
Northeastern University, where his research focuses on physics-based signal processing
and imaging, and electromagnetic information theory. He obtained the Ph.D. in electrical
engineering from Northeastern University in 1997, and worked for several years (from 1997
to 2004) as postdoctoral research associate at Northeastern, the University of Arizona
and Arizona State University and as research professor at the Technological University of
Panama. His research interests are broad and address problems in electromagnetic theory,
mathematical physics, wave inversion and imaging theory, wireless communications and
signal processing. He is a former Fulbright scholar sponsored by the USA Department of
State, is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Eta Kappa Nu, the IEEE, the American Physical
Society and the Optical Society of America, and has been invited speaker at several
universities in the USA and abroad.
Wireless communication systems
Our research program is concerned with the development of an information theory of classical electromagnetic...