Dr. Tsouri received his B.Sc degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Ben-Gurion University, Israel in 2000. From 1998 to 2002 he was with Yitran Communications, where he developed power-line communication technologies. From 2002 to 2008 he completed M.Sc. (cum-laude) and Ph.D. studies in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Ben-Gurion University. His research encompassed diversity methods, multiple access communications and OFDM. Major contributions from his Ph.D. research are patented and being commercialized by industry partners. During 2006-2008 he served as Senior R&D Scientist with SigNexT Wireless. In September 2008 he joined Rochester Institute of Technology as an Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, where he established the Communication Research Laboratory (CommLab). His current research interests include body area networks, wireless physical layer security, biomedical signal processing and OFDM.
Dr. Tsouri received the Intel award for excellence in research (2003), Computers and Electrical Engineering Top Associate Editor Award (2010), and was one of three finalists for the RFID Journal Award for Most Innovative Use of RFID (2011). Dr. Tsouri leads multiple research projects in the areas of Wireless Communications, Body Sensor Networks, and Signal Processing for Biomedical Applications. Funding partners include: Welch-Allyn, Xerox Corp., Rochester General Hospital, and nBn Technologies. Dr. Tsouri’s service to the academic community includes serving on the organizing committee of the International Conference on Body Area Networks (BodyNets).
For more information about Dr. Tsouri see his website.
G. R. Tsouri, D. M. Wagner, "Threshold Constraints on Symmetric Key Extraction from Rician Fading Estimates", IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, Oct. 2012.
G. R. Tsouri A. Prieto and N. Argade, "On Increasing Network Lifetime in Body Area Networks using Global Routing with Balancing of Energy Consumption", Sensors 2012, 12, 13088-13108 (special issue on Body Sensor Networks for Healthcare and Pervasive Applications - invited paper).
G. R. Tsouri, S. Kyal, S. Dianat and L. K. Mestha, "Constrained-ICA Approach to Non-Obtrusive Pulse Rate Measurements", SPIE Journal of Biomedical Optics, July 2012 ; DOI.
R. Johnson, G. R. Tsouri and E. Walsh, "Continuous and Automated Measuring of Compliance of Hand-Hygiene Procedures Using Finite State Machines and RFID", IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Magazine, Apr. 2012.
G. R. Tsouri, A. Sapio and J. Wilczewski, "An Investigation into Relaying of Creeping Waves for Reliable Low-Power Body Sensor Networking", IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems, Aug. 2011.
G. R. Tsouri and D. Wulich, "Securing OFDM over Wireless Time-Varying Channels using Sub-Carrier Over-Loading with Joint Signal Constellations", Eurasip Journal on Wireless Communications & Networking - Special Issue on Wireless Physical Layer Security, Volume 2009, Article ID 437824, 2009.
G. R. Tsouri, D. Wulich and L. Goldfeld, "Enabling Dual Branch Switched Diversity in Compact Wireless Devices", IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics, Nov. 2008.
G. R. Tsouri and D. Wulich, "Capacity Analysis and Optimisation of OFDM with Distortionless PAPR Reduction", European Transactions on Telecommunications (ETT), Aug. 2008
G. R. Tsouri, D. Wulich, SigNexT Wireless "Joint Constellation Multiple Access", US 8,223,882B2, 2012.
S. Kyal, L. Mesta, G. R. Tsouri, S. Dianat, Xerox Corp., "Estimating Cardiac Pulse Recovery From Multi-Channel Source Data Via Constrained Source Separation", US 13/247,683 Patent Pending, Sept. 2011.
G. R. Tsouri, Rochester Institute of Technology, "Methods for Monitoring Procedure Compliance and Apparatuses Thereof", US Patent Pending, 2010.
D. Wulich, G. R. Tsouri, Ron Dabora, SigNexT Wireless PCT/IB2010/054991 - Using Maximal Sum-Rate Mutual Information to Optimize JCMA Constellations", Global PCT patent, Apr. 2010.
G. R. Tsouri, Rochester Institute of Technology, "Methods Establishing a Symmetric Encryption Key and Systems Thereof", US 2010/0313025A1, 2009.