Dr. Preston Marshall
Director USC Information Science Institute
Preston Marshall is a Director, Information Science Institute at the University of Southern California's Viterbi School of Engineering, where he leads
research programs in wireless, networking, cognitive radio, alternative computing, and related technology research.
Dr. Marshall has thirty years of experience in networking, communications, and related hardware and software research and development.
For most of the last decade, he has been at the center of cognitive radio research, including seven years as a Program Manager for the US Defense Advanced
Research Projects Agency (DARPA), where he lead key cognitive radio and networking programs, including the neXt Generation Communications (XG) program,
Disruption and Delay Tolerant Networking (DTN), Sensor Networking, Analog Logic, and the Wireless Network After Next (WNaN) program. These programs demonstrated
the viability of key aspects of cognitive radio technology, including Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA), adaptive wireless networking, content-based networks,
and low cost, multi-transceiver adaptive networking, and probabalistic-models of signal processing.
He has numerous published works, and has many appearances as invited or keynote speaker at major technical conferences related to wireless
communications. He is the author of "Quantitative Analysis of Cognitive Radio and Network Performance", due to appear in July 2010. He was
awarded the Software Defined Radio Forum's 2007 Annual Achievement award, the Defense Superior Service Award in 2008, has been a guest
editor for IEEE Proceedings, and chairs the Steering Committee for the IEEE International Symposium on Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks
Dr. Marshall holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Trinity College, Dublin, and a BS in Electrical Engineering, and an MS in Information Sciences from Lehigh University, PA.
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