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Jeremiah RemusAssistant Professor
2204 CAMP ANNEX
Clarkson University
PO Box 5720
Potsdam, NY 13699-5720

Phone: 315-268-2126
E-mail: jremus@clarkson.edu

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Educational Background
B.S.E.E., University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
M.S., Duke Univeristy, Durham, North Carolina
PhD., Duke University, Durham, North Carolina

eaching Interests
EE 521: Nonstationary Signal Processing
EE 401: Digital Signal Processing
EE 221: Linear Circuits
ECE 54: Signals and Systems
ECE 243: Pattern Recognition and Classification

Research Interests
Statistical signal processing, signal modeling, and pattern recognition.

Recent Publications
Harmon, R.S., J.J. Remus, N.J. Mcmillan, C. McManus, F.C. DeLucia and A.W. Miziole, “LIBS Analysis of Geomaterials: Rapid Analysis and Discrimination of Minerals,” Applied Geochemistry, Vol. 24 (6), pp. 1125-1141, 2009.

Remus J.J. and Collins, L.M. "Comparison of Adaptive Psychometric Procedures Motivated by the Theory of Optimal Experiments: Simulated and Experimental Results," Journal of the Acoustical Soiety of America, Vol. 123 (1), pp. 315-326, 2008.

Remus, J.J., Throckmorton, C.S. and Collins, L.M., Expediting the Identification of Impaired Channels in Cochlear Implants via Analysis of Speech-based Confusion Matrices,” IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 54 (12), pp. 2193-2204, 2007.

Remus, J.J. and Collins, L.M. “A Comparison of Adaptive Psychometric Procedures Based on the Theory of Optimal Experiments and Bayesian Techniques: Implications for Cochlear Implant Testing” Perception and Psychophysics, Vol. 69 (3), pp. 311-323, 2007