Dr. Paul Alexander Chief Technology Officer
Paul Alexander is an internationally recognised researcher in the advanced signal processing space and is one of the inventors of the technology being commercialised by Cohda Wireless. He graduated with his PhD., title “Coded Multiuser CDMA,” in March 1997 from the University of South Australia. After thesis submission, he continued work in this area at the Centre for Wireless Communications at the National University of Singapore. The next 3 years were with Southern Poro Communications of Sydney, Australia working on 3G network planning tools and 802.11 modems. Paul has been CTO at Cohda Wireless since it started in 2004, and publications include 12 journal publications, 2 book chapters, 34 conference papers and several patents in areas relevant to Car-to-X communications.
Prof. Alex Grant Technical & Research Advisor
Alex Grant is the Director of the Institute for Telecommunications Research at the University of South Australia. He has lead the Coding and Information Theory group since 1998. He is an internationally recognised researcher in advanced signal processing and information theory. Prof. Grant has been technically responsible for government and industry funded research projects worth over $2M since 1998 and has published over 100 technical papers. He is the youngest ever professorial appointment at the University of South Australia.
Prof. Lars Rasmussen Technical & Research Advisor
Lars Rasmussen is a Research Professor of Telecommunications at the Institute for Telecommunications Research at the University of South Australia where he has been the leader of the Communications Signal Processing group since his arrival in February 2002. He also holds a part-time appointment at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, where he is the leader of the Coding and Communications Networks group. Prof. Rasmussen is an internationally recognized researcher in advanced signal processing and communications theory. Since 1993, he has been leading commercial and academic projects in the area of wireless communications in Australia, Singapore and Sweden. He has published more than 100 technical papers.