Dr. Aubrey N. Beal Assistant Professor, ECE Contact 301 Sparkman DriveEngineering BuildingRoom 263CHuntsville, AL 35899 Campus Map firstname.lastname@example.org Biography Dr. Beal received his Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Auburn University. His research uses concepts in nonlinear dynamics to innovate techniques for communication systems, compressive noise ranging systems and true random number generation in integrated circuits. As a postdoctoral researcher with the U.S. Department of Energy's Oakridge Institute for Science and Education he applied these concepts to give unique advantages to physical systems. Before becoming an Assistant Professor at UAH, Dr. Beal was a civil servant researcher with the U.S. Army RDECOM (now Futures Command CCDC) Charles M. Bowden Laboratory at Redstone Arsenal. This work supported early basic and applied research. His current research interests highlight the intersection of nonlinear dynamics and engineering applications to support advances in signal processing, sensing, security and machine learning. Curriculum Vitae Education Ph.D., Auburn University, 2015 M.S., Auburn University, 2012 B.E.E., Auburn University, 2010 Honors & Awards Auburn University Graduate School's Presidential Award 2015 Auburn University ECE Outstanding PhD Student 2015 IMAPS Microelectronics Foundation Prize 2012-2015 IMAPS Member Spotlight October-November 2013 Eta Kappa Nu National Electrical and Computer Engineering Honor Society Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society Recent Publications Beal, A. N., Blakely, J. N., & Corron, N. J. (2018). Extended-Bandwidth Negative Impedance Converters by Nested Networks. IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs, 65(9), 1134-1138. Milosavljevic, M. S., Blakely, J. N., Beal, A. N., & Corron, N. J. (2017). Analytic solutions throughout a period doubling route to chaos. Physical Review E, 95(6), 062223. Bailey, J. P., Beal, A. N., Dean, R. N., & Hamilton, M. C. (2016). A digital matched filter for reverse time chaos. Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 26(7), 073108. Bailey, J. P., Beal, A. N., Dean, R. N., Hamilton, M. C., & Tugnait, J. K. (2014). High-frequency reverse-time chaos generation using digital chaotic maps. Electronics Letters, 50(23), 1683-1685. Beal, A. N., Bailey, J. P., Hale, S. A., Dean, R. N., Hamilton, M., Tugnait, J. K., ... & Corron, N. J. (2012, October). Design and simulation of a high frequency exact solvable chaotic oscillator. In MILCOM 2012-2012 IEEE Military Communications Conference (pp. 1-6). IEEE.