Welcome to Chris Kreucher's homepage. I can be reached at ckreuche
My current research areas include multisensor fusion, nonlinear filtering,
multitarget tracking, and sensor management. I have a particular interest
in applying these approaches to real data, including multistatic radar,
passive acoustics, and EO.
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A Brief Biosketch
My Academic genealogy (see
this for a
Some examples of my recent work include:
- C. Kreucher and K. Bell.
Estimation Error Bounds for Pixelated Sensing.
Proceedings of the 2016 SPIE Defense, Security, and Sensing
Symposium, April 2016, [pdf]
- C. Kreucher, K. Bell, and D. Sobota
A Comparison of Tracking Algorithms for Supermaneuverable Targets
. Proceedings of the 2015 IEEE Fusion Conference , July, 2015
- C. Kreucher and M. Brennan.
A Compressive Sensing Approach to Multistatic Radar Change
Imaging. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing,
vol. 52, no. 2, 2014.
C. Kreucher, Optimal Sensor Placement for a Constellation of
Multistatic Narrowband Pixelated Sensors. IEEE Transactions on
Systems, Man, and Cybernetics -- Part C, vol. 42, no. 6, November
- C. Kreucher and B. Himed. Multiple
Target Tracking Using a Narrowband RF Sensor Array (Invited Paper).
The Seventh IEEE Sensor Array and Multichannel Signal Processing
Workshop, pages 145-148, June 17-20 2012. [pdf]
- C. Kreucher and B. Shapo, Multitarget
Detection and Tracking using Multi-sensor Passive Acoustic Data.
IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, 36(2), April 2011. [pdf]
- C. Kreucher. Exploiting Narrowband
Bistatic Radar Measurements for Dismount Detection and Tracking.
IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine, 53(1), February 2011.
All of my work can be seen here.
Past and current collaborators in this work include
Al Hero (The University of Michigan),
Dr. Joe Burns, Dr. Mark Stuff,
(Michigan Tech Research Institute),
Dr. Ben Shapo
(3Phoenix/Ultra Electronics) ,
Dr. Roy Bethel
Dr. Keith Kastella
Prof. Edwin Chong (Colorado State University) and
Dr. Mark Morelande (The University of Melbourne).
From September 1998 until August 2002, I was an adjunct
lecturer in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the
University of Michigan - Dearborn, where I taught ECE 210, ECE 273, ECE
365, ECE 460, and ECE 500 at one time or another. Students are directed to
these links which contain solutions to old quizzes, exams, homeworks, and