Dennis Ogbe portrait

E-mail: [email protected], PGP: B9274377

Web: LinkedIn

CV: cv.pdf


Howdy! I'm Dennis, and I build radios for a living. I am currently employed as a Signal Analysis Engineer at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Prior to that, I worked as a Telecom Software Engineer at Lynk and also spent some time as a postdoc in the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Virginia Tech, where I worked with Jerry Park on making our 5G and beyond-5G networks more flexible and secure. Before that, I completed my Ph.D. at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University working with David J. Love and Chih-Chun Wang.

My research interests lie somewhere at the intersection of communication theory, signal processing, and computer engineering. I have a passion for implementation and experimentation with software-defined radios: I was active in various SDR competitions throughout the years, I get to play with them at my day job, and I sometimes even find enough time for some freelance hacking at night.

In a life before graduate school & research, I studied electrical engineering and played Power Forward at Tennessee Tech University. Prior to that, I played both Forward positions in N├╝rnberg as well as in Munich, my beautiful home town. In the rare case where I am not fighting with some tricky code in Emacs, you can usually find me out camping, hiking, or watching sports (and occasionally playing them, too) somewhere with sufficiently fresh air and good vibes.

For more information and an extended bio, see About Me.


For an exhausive list of publications, see Publications.

For a more in-depth overview of my work, see Research.