G. Leonard Tyler
Research Areas
  • Radio Science
  • Planetary Exploration
  • Remote Sensing
  • Applied Electromagnetics
  • Signal Processing
  • B.E.E., Georgia Institute of Technology
  • M.S., Stanford University
  • Ph.D., Stanford University
Specific Research Interests
  • Radio propagation experiments for remote sensing in space and on earth
  • Radio wave scattering
  • Inverse scattering problems
  • Signal processing
  • Development of signal processing systems with space applications
List of publications
  • Author or co-author of over 200 scientific and technical papers, reports,and chapters in specialized volumes.
Other Information
  • On Stanford faculty since 1974.
  • Fellow of National Science Foundation (1964-66); NASA Medals for Exceptional Scientific Achievement (1977, 1981, 1986), NASA Medal for Public Service (1992).
  • Member: DPS/AAS, AGU, IAU, IEEE, URSI, Electromagnetics Society, Fellow IEEE.
  • Team Leader (Principal Investigator) Mars Global Surveyor Radio Science Team.
  • Projects: Uplink Radio Science Development, Ultra-Low Power Computing, Scattering from Planetary Surfaces, Occultation Methods for Planetary Atmospheres, GPS Occultation for Earth's Atmosphere

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