Peter Chin

Computer Science, CAS

B.S., Duke University
M.S., Duke University
Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
111 Cummington St, MCS 173
(617) 485-8335

Research Professor, Computer Science, College of Arts & Sciences

Peter Chin joined the Institute as a Visiting Fellow in September 2013. He is director of the LISP (Learning, Intelligence + Signal Processing) lab and chief scientist with the Decision Systems Group at the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, where he conducts research in the areas of compressive sensing, data fusion, external graph theory, game theory, multiple hypothesis tracking, quantum-game inspired cybersecurity, sensor resource management, and cognitive radio with grants from ONR, AFOSR, OSD and DARPA. Prior to joining the Institute, Dr. Chin held visiting fellow appointments at the London Institute of Mathematical Sciences and as a research professor in the ECE Department at Johns Hopkins University, where he led or co-led sponsored research projects at these institutions. Dr. Chin obtained his BS and MS from Duke University and his PhD in Mathematics from MIT.


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