Peter S. Chin

Assistant Research Professor

Primary Appointment: Draper Laboratory

Research Interests

  • Game theory
  • Comprehensive sensing
  • Data fusion

Dr. Peter Chin is an Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, where he conducts research in the areas of compressive sensing, data fusion, extremal graph theory, game theory, multiple hypothesis tracking, quantum-game inspired cyber-security, sensor resource management, and cognitive radio with grants from ONR, AFOSR, OSD and DARPA. Prior to joining JHU/APL, he was a Division CTO at SAIC, and previously, he was a technology manager for 90 nm technology at LSI Logic Corp., where he also helped to develop its first Embedded DRAM technology jointly with Hitachi Semiconductor in late 90’s. He received his Ph.D. in mathematics from MIT and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate from Duke University where he was a faculty scholar with a triple major in EE, computer science and mathematics.

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