Carlos J Corrada Bravo

Office: A-149
Extension: 88354
Website: http://arbimon.uprrp.edu
Email: carlos.corrada2@upr.edu

  • Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering. University of Southern California (2002)
  • M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering. University of Southern California (1998)
  • B.Sc. (Hons.) in Natural Sciences. University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras (1994)

Research Areas

Coding theory, communication science, machine learning, web applications, bioacoustics, geographical information science, computer simulations, finite fields and distributed computing.


Publications

    Articles

      Published
      • Miguel Acevedo, Carlos Corrada-Bravo, Hector Corrada-Bravo, Luis Villanueva-Rivera, and T. Mitchell (2009). Automated classification of bird and amphibian calls using machine learning: a comparison of methods. Journal of Ecological Informatics
      • I. Rubio, G. Mullen, C. Corrada and F. Castro (2008). Dickson permutation polynomials that decompose in cycles of the same length. AMS Contemporary Math, 461, 229-239
      • I. Rubio and C. Corrada Bravo (2004). Cyclic decomposition of permutations of finite fields obtained using monomials. Finite Fields and Applications, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2948, 254 - 261
      • C. Corrada-Bravo and I. Rubio (2004). Algebraic Construction of Interleavers Using Permutation Polynomials. Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE International Conference on Communications, 911-915
      • C. J. Corrada Bravo and P. V. Kumar (2003). Permutation polynomials for interleavers in turbo codes. IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, 318
      • C. J. Corrada Bravo and I. Rubio (2003). Deterministic interleavers for turbo codes with random-like performance and simple implementation. 3rd International Symposium on TurboCodes
      • O. Moreno, C. J. Corrada-Bravo, and S. Maric (2003). New sequence design constructions for ultra–wideband systems. IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, 435
      • R. A. Scholtz, P. V. Kumar, and C. J. Corrada-Bravo (2002). Some problems and results in ultra-wideband signal design. Sequences and Their Applications: Proceedings of Sequences and Their Applications (SETA) ’01, 72 - 87
      • R. A. Scholtz, P. V. Kumar, and C. J. Corrada-Bravo (2001). Some problems and results in ultra-wideband signal design. Sequences and Their Applications: Proceedings of Sequences and Their Applications (SETA) '01, 72-87
      • O. Moreno, S. W. Golomb, and C. J. Corrada-Bravo (1997). Extended sonar sequences. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 43, 6, 1999 - 2005
      • S. V. Maric, O. Moreno, and C. J. Corrada-Bravo (1996). Multimedia transmission in fiber-optic lans using optical cdma. Journal of Lightwave Technology, 14, 10, 2149 - 2153
      Submitted
      • Francis Castro, Carlos J Corrada Bravo, Natalia Pacheco, Ivelisse Rubio Canabal. Explicit formulas for monomial involutions over finite fields


Professional Activities

    Talks

    • Turbo Encoders with Interleavers Constructed Using Dickson Polynomials, Aerospace Conference, UPR–RP (2009)
    • Algebraic Construction of Interleavers Using Permutation Monomials, 2004 IEEE International Conference on Communications, Paris, France (2004)
    • Cyclic Decomposition of Permutations of Finite Fields Obtained Using Mono- mials and Applications to Turbo Codes, Finite Fields and Applications (Fq7), Toulouse, France (2003)
    • Deterministic Interleavers for Turbo Codes with Random-like Performance and Simple Implementation, 3rd International Symposium on Turbo Codes, Brest, France (2003)

    Workshops Attended

    • ABET: Faculty Workshop on Assesing Program Outcomes, Mayaguez, PR. (2006)


Grants

    Submitted

    • Automating Biodiversity Monitoring, Data Archiving, and Data Presentation, Legacy
      Role: Co-PI (Co-Principal Investigator)
      Funds: $191,674.00

    Current

    • Passive Acoustic Technology: A Novel Approach For Monitoring Marine Community Dynamics, FIPI
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: July 1, 2010 | End date: June 30, 2012
      Funds: $61,000

    Completed

    • Automated bird and amphibian species identification computer program., DoD Legacy Resource Management Program
      Role: Co-PI (Co-Principal Investigator)
      Start date: June 1, 2007 | End date: December 31, 2010
      Funds: $429,000
    • Distributed, Wireless, and Educational Computing Initiative at the College of Natural Sciences, Army Research Office
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: November 1, 2004 | End date: October 31, 2005
      Funds: $187,000
    • Accelerating Puerto Rican Students into the National Research Effort in Mathematics and Computer Science, NSF
      Role: Co-PI (Co-Principal Investigator)
      Start date: September 1, 2006 | End date: August 31, 2011
      Funds: $500,000
    • Applications of Permutation Monomials to Turbo Codes., Puerto Rico Space Grant Consortium
      Role: Co-PI (Co-Principal Investigator)
      Start date: September 1, 2002 | End date: August 31, 2003
      Funds: $50,000
    • Automated remote data acquisition, analysis and dissemination of biodiversity indicators in the context of global climate change, NSF
      Role: Co-PI (Co-Principal Investigator)
      Start date: September 1, 2007 | End date: May 31, 2011
      Funds: $775,000