Daniel Bliss

Associate Professor
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GWC 428

Research expertise
Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) wireless communications, distributed cooperative communications, full-duplex relays, geolocation techniques, MIMO radar, nonlocal Bayesian estimation bounds, channel phenomenology and signal processing for anticipatory medical applications.

Daniel Bliss joined ASU in 2012 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory, where he was a senior member of the technical staff in the Advanced Sensor Techniques Group. His research focus is on adaptive signal processing and information theoretic performance bounds for multisensor systems, primarily for wireless communications. He also investigates parameter estimation techniques and bounds. Bliss also brings prior experience from General Dynamics, where he was a member of the superconducting magnet group and designed avionics for the Atlas-Centaur launch vehicle.