Mark Wickert

Mark Wickert



Office:  Engineering 226
Phone:  (719) 262-3500
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Professor Wickert recieved his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla (recently renamed Missouri Science and Technology University). He joined UCCS as an Assistant Professor in 1984. He was promoted to Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineer in 1990 and became Professor in 1997. Professor Wickert is a member of the IEEE and is active as a consultant with local industry. He also enjoys playing music in a brass ensemble and outdoor activities, in particular hiking, backpacking, and cycling.


His current research interests include wireless communication systems, DSP algorithm development for communication systems, sensor networks, statistical signal processing, real-time digital signal processing, and microwave and RF systems.

Recent Publications

  1. P. Chayratsami and M.A. Wickert, "Channel Estimation and Mitigation Techniques for OFDM in a Doppler Spread Channel," to be published in the Proceedings IEEE Global Communications Conference, December 2008.
  2. Mark Wickert, Shaheen Samad, and Bryan Butler, "An Adaptive Baseband Equalizer for High Data Rate Bandlimited Channels," Proceedings of the International Telemetering Conference, Links and Applications Session, paper 3, October 2006.
  3. Dahmmaet Bunnjaweht and M.A. Wickert, "Capacity Enhancement of a Multi-Beam Technique in a WCDMA Network using Multiple Path Connections," Proceedings, IEEE Mobility Conference 2006, Resource Management Session, paper 1, October 2006.
  4. M.A. Wickert, "A Simulation Framework to Introduce Modern DSP Based Synchronization Techniques in a PLL Course," Proceedings, IEEE 12th Digital Signal Processing Workshop/4th Signal Processing Education Workshop, pp. 291–296, September 2006.
  5. Dahmmaet Bunnjaweht and M.A. Wickert, "An Immediate Capacity Enhancement in a WCDMA Network using Multiple Path Connections," Proceedings 2006 IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium, paper P1–2, pp. 127–130, January 2006.


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