Gabriel Chua

Research Engineer

Gabriel received his M.Sc. and B.Eng. from NUS and is currently pursuing a part time Ph.D. in the same university. He has a wide range of research interest in the field of acoustics. At this present moment, he is working to uncover the effects of naturally occurring bubble towards underwater acoustic communication. His final objective is to combine the knowledge of both bubble physics and acoustic communication to bring further understanding into the field.

In his spare time, he enjoys going out for good food or jogging around his house. He also enjoys spending time with his family and frequently goes out with them.

Email: gabriel (at) arl.nus.edu.sg

Publications


[1] M. Chitre and G. Chua, “Modeling realistic underwater acoustic networks using experimental data,” in Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers, (Pacific Grove, CA, USA), November 2014. (Invited). [ .pdf ]
 

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