Gabriel Chua is currently a research fellow at the Acoustic Research Lab (ARL) of the National University of Singapore (NUS). Gabriel’s research lies in the field of underwater acoustics and acoustic communications. He is interested in analyzing data from long-term deployments as well as using physical models to interpret or give modeling insights into the actual propagation phenomena. He is also interested in differentiable acoustic propagation models and their application to underwater communications. He obtained his B.Eng, M.Sc. and Ph.D. all from the National University of Singapore. During his Ph.D., his research topic was on the effects of bubbles on underwater acoustic communications. He collected and analyzed bubbles, shipping and communication data, and modeled the association between them.
- Y. H. Chua, M. Chitre and G. B. Deane, “Long-lived Bubbles and Their Impact on Underwater Acoustic Communication,” IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, vol. 46, no. 3, pp. 1008–1023, July 2021. [ DOI | .pdf ]
- 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 ]
- G. Chua, M. Chitre, and G. Deane, “Impact of Persistent Bubbles on Underwater Acoustic Communication,” in Underwater Communications Networking (Ucomms 2018), (Lerici, Italy), August 2018. [ .pdf ]
Y. H. Chua, The Impact of Bubbles on Acoustic Communication. PhD thesis, National University of Singapore, 2020. [ .pdf ]