MSc Raj Thilak RajanPhD student
Promotor: Alle-Jan van der Veen
Expertise: Radio astronomyThemes: Signal processing for communication
Alumnus of CASLeft in 2015
Now: Holst Centre, Eindhoven
Raj Thilak Rajan received M.Sc (with distinction) and B.Sc (with distinction) in Electronic science from University of Pune, India in 2006 and 2004 respectively. He was with the Digital and Embedded Signal Processing (DESP) RnD group at ASTRON, The Netherlands. He obtained the PhD degree from TU Delft, The Netherlands, in October 2016, related to work on signal processing aspects of the OLFAR (Orbiting Low Frequency Antenna array for Radio astronomy) project under the supervision of Prof. dr. ir. Alle-Jan van der Veen. He is currently with Holst Centre, Eindhoven.
Low-frequency distributed radio telescope in space
Below 15 MHz, the ionosphere blocks EM signals from the sky. Therefore, can we design a radio telescope in space, using a swarm of inexpensive nano-satellites? Accurate localization and clock recovery is important.
Last updated: 10 Nov 2016