Hemchandra Shertukde, Ph.D.
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Hemchandra Shertukde, Ph.D.

Shertukde imageProfessor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Professional Engineer

Ph.D., University of Connecticut

Thesis dissertation: "Tracking of Crossing Targets with Passive Sensors". Concept
extensively used by US Air Force in Gulf war in 1991-92 in collaboration with Raytheon, MA

M.S.E.E., University of Connecticut

Thesis: "Target Parameter Estimation with a Single Pair of Sensors Using Time
Difference of Arrival and Depression Angle Measurements".

D.M.S., University of Bombay

B.Tech., Indian Institute of Technology

860.768.4847
shertukde@hartford.edu
United Technologies Hall - UT Hall 230

Research Interests
Signal processing
Multitarget tracking
Multisensor data fusion
Power systems
Fault monitoring of power operations

ETAP Grant

Patent # 6,178,386