Kevin Paulson was the first in the world to find evidence of the effects of climate change on radio telecommunications and was co-author of the UK's Climate Change Evidence Report 2017.
His main area of expertise is in stochastic signal processing which he is applying to medical engineering and radio propagation.
Dr Paulson is a member of ITU-R UK Study Group 3 coordinating propagation studies. More recently he has focused on the analysis of ECG and EEG signals measured with ambulatory systems.
Dr Paulson currently has as many PhD students as he can manage.
- Duan T, Electrode Drivers for Electrical Impedance Tomography (1996)
- Jouraleva S, Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy for Tissue (2001)
- Usman I, Predicting the Performance of Route Diversity Telecommunications Networks (2004)
- Mung'au F, Channel Optimisation in MINO OFDM Systems (2008)
- Zhang X, A Simulation Tool of Terrestrial Microwave Telecommunications Networks (2008)
- Winder P, An Acoutic Water Tank Rain Disdrometer (2010)
- Basarudin H, Simulation of Slant-Path Microwave Telecommunications Networks (2011)
- Ranatunga C, A Global Model of Trends in Rain Rate for Telecommunications Regulation (2014)
- Chinda I, Telecommunications Simulation by Optimised Rain Field Selection (2015)
- Torabi M, Signal Processing of Ambulatory ECG (2018)
- M Ghamsyam M, A Lab-on-Chip Electical Impedance Spectroscopy System for Tissue (2017)
- Alfahad O, Signal Processing of Ambulatory ECG (2018)
- Sule S, Ground Penetrating Radar for Anti-Personnel Demining Using Full Wave Inversion (2018)
Current PhD supervisions
- Alatawi M, Automated Nutrition Monitoring by Image Processing
- Rimvin G, Rain Rate Distrinbutions in the Tropics For Radio Regulation