Joseph Camp is an Associate Professor of EE and CSE at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. He joined the SMU faculty in 2009 after receiving his Ph.D. in ECE from Rice University. He received an M.S. at Rice and B.S. with honors from the UT-Austin, both in ECE. His research interests are wireless communications and networking, crowdsourcing, and drones, specifically focused on the deployment, measurement, and analysis of large-scale systems and development of embedded protocols. His research team has performed over 200 million in-field wireless measurements around the world via Android deployment and local characterization via campus buses, vehicles, and buildings. He was the Chief Network Architect for the Technology For All (TFA) Network, a mesh deployment in Houston, TX which serves 4,000 users in an under-resourced community. He received the Ralph Budd Award for the best engineering thesis at Rice University (2010), the National Science Foundation CAREER Award (2012), and the Golden Mustang Teaching Award (2014).
office: Junkins 340
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email: "my last name"@smu.edu
mailing address: P.O. Box 750338, Dallas, Texas 75275-0338
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PostDoc Position Available: One Post-Doctoral Research Position is available in the SMU Wireless Research Group. A Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering or similar field is required. Specific areas that are critical to the position include: (i) Propagation Modeling, (ii) 3GPP/LTE/5G Systems, (iii) USRP/SDR Experience, and (iv) Vertical/Horizontal Polarization. Interested applicants are to e-mail Prof. Joe Camp (camp AT smu DOT edu) with their CV, contact information of one or two references, and selected publications. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.