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Target Choice During Extreme Events : A Discrete Spatial Choice Model of the 2011 London Riots. Criminology.
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Dr Kevin Chetty
Address: UCL Department of Security and Crime Science, 35 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9EZ
Phone No: +44(0)20 3108 3169
Fax No: +44(0)20 3108 3088
Dr. Kevin Chetty is a lecturer in the Department of Security and Crime Science at University College London. He is the Module Convener for both the Quantitative Methods (QM) and Crime Mapping & Spatial Analysis Courses, and the Deputy Director of the newly formed JDI Centre for Security Technology (www.ucl.ac.uk/cst). Kevin’s research focuses on new passive RF sensor systems that exploit wireless communication networks for uncooperative detection of personnel, vehicle and marine targets. Other research interests include target detection and classification using acoustic micro-Doppler signatures, ultra-wideband and through-the-wall radar, and software defined sensor systems. He has experience consulting for both government and industrial organisations such as the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency and Guidance Microwave. Kevin is a member of the IEEE and IET, a reviewer for the IET Radar, Sonar and Navigation journal, and author to over twenty conference and journal papers.
Development and Demonstration of a Software Radio Based Wireless Passive Radar. K. Woodbridge, K. Chetty, L. Young, N. Harley, G. Woodward. IET Electronics Letters, Vol. 48, No. 2, pp 120-121. 19th January 2012.
Through-The-Wall Sensing of Personnel using Passive Bistatic WiFi Radar at Standoff Distances. K. Chetty, G.E. Smith and K. Woodbridge. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing. Vol. 99, pp 1-10, 2011.
Classification of Personnel Targets by Acoustic Micro-Doppler Signatures. A. Balleri, K. Chetty and K. Woodbridge. IET Radar, Sonar and Navigation. Vol. 5, No. 9, pp 943-951, 2011.
Public Attitudes To Airport Security: The Case of Whole Body Scanners. T. Nissen, K. Bowers and K.Chetty. Security Journal. Security Journal 25(3):229-243. 2011.
Determination of Sweep Linearity Requirements in FMCW Radar Systems based on Simple Voltage-Controlled Oscillator Sources. P. Brennan, Y. Huang, K. Chetty and M. Ash. IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems. Vol 47, No.6, pp 1594-1604, 2011.
High Speed Optical Observations and Simulation Results of SonoVue™ Microbubbles at Low Insonation Pressures. K. Chetty, E. Stride, C.A. Sennoga, J. V. Hajnal and R. J. Eckersley. IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics & Frequency Control, Vol.55, No.6, pp 1333-1342, 2008.
Microbubble Contrast Agent Detection using Binary Coded Pulses. R. J. Eckersley, M. Tang, K. Chetty and J. V. Hajnal. Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology, Vol.33, No. 11, pp 1787-1795, 2007.
Investigating the Microbubble Response to Chirp Encoded Multipulse Sequences. K. Chetty, J. V. Hajnal and R. J. Eckersley. Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology, Vol. 32, No. 12, pp 1887-1895, 2006.
Modelling of a Multi-Frequency Ground Penetrating Radar for Rotary UAV Platforms. A. Amiri, K. Tong, K, Chetty. IET International Conference on Radar Systems. Glasgow, UK. October 2012
Reconfigurable Multiband Patch Antenna for Ground Penetrating Radar Applications. A. Amiri, K. Tong, K, Chetty. International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications. Cape Town, South Africa. September 2012
Frequency-Agile Non-Coherent Ultrasound Radar for Collection of Micro-Doppler Signatures. A Balleri, K. Chetty, and K. Woodbridge. IEEE Radar Conference. Kansas, USA. pp 45-48. May 2011
Through-Wall Sensing of Personnel at Standoff Distances using Passive Bistatic WiFi Radar. K. Chetty, K. Woodbridge, G. Smith, Hui Guo, W. Al-Ashwal and M. Ash. American Electromagnetics Conference. Ottawa, Canada. July 2010
Passive Bistatic WiMAX Radar for Marine Surveillance. K. Chetty, G. Smith, H. Guo, and K. Woodbridge. IEEE Radar Conference: Global Innovation in Radar. Washington, USA. May 2010
FMCW Radar Imaging of Avalanche-Like Snow Movements. M. Ash, K. Chetty, P. Brennan, J. McElwaine and C. Keylock. IEEE Radar Conference: Global Innovation in Radar. Washington, USA. May 2010
Target Detection in High Clutter Using Passive Bistatic WiFi Radar. K. Chetty, G. Smith, H. Guo, and K. Woodbridge. IEEE Radar Conference: From Science to Systems. California, USA. May 2009
Detecting Terrorists: Requirements and System Specifications for a Radar Based System. H. Borrion, N. Bouhana, H. Guo, K. Chetty, G. Smith, K.Woodbridge and C.J. Baker. NATO SET-125 Symposium on Sensors and Technology for Defence Against Terrorism. Manheim, Germany. April 2008.
High Speed Optical Observations and Simulation Results of SonoVue™ Microbubbles.
K. Chetty, E. Stride, C.A. Sennoga, J. V. Hajnal and R. J. Eckersley. The Twelfth European Symposium on Ultrasound Contrast Imaging. Rotterdam, The Netherlands. January 2007.
High Speed Optical Observations and Simulation Results of Lipid Based Microbubbles at Low Insonation Pressures. K. Chetty, E. Stride, C.A. Sennoga, J. V. Hajnal and R. J. Eckersley. IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium. Vancouver, Canada. October 2006.
Engineering the Acoustic Response of Lipid-Based Microbubbles: Simulations and High Speed Optical Imaging Results. E. Stride. K. Chetty, C.A. Sennoga, J. V. Hajnal and R. J. Eckersley. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. Hawaii, USA. November 2006.
Dynamic Interactions between Contrast Agent Microbubbles: High Speed Camera Observations and Simulation Results. E. Stride, K. Chetty and R. J. Eckersley.
6th International Symposium on Therapeutic Ultrasound, Oxford, United Kingdom. September 2006.
Combining Multipulse Sequences with Chirp Encoding for Enhanced Sensitivity to Microbubbles. K. Chetty and R. J. Eckersley. Institute of Acoustics Spring Conference. Southampton, United Kingdom. April 2006.
Modelling Microbubble Behaviour to Coded, Multipulse Sequences. K. Chetty and R. J. Eckersley. Medical Images and Signals Inter-disciplinary Research Consortium (MIAS-IRC) Plenary Meeting. Manchester, United Kingdom. November 2005.
Modelling the Nonlinear Microbubble Response to Coded, Multipulse Sequences. K. Chetty and R. J. Eckersley. IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. October 2005.
“Through Wall Wireless Based Detection of Personnel”. MOD Centre for Defence Enterprise. Dismounted Urban Sensing and Targeting (DUST). Jan 2012. £12,486
“A Software Defined Wireless Detection System for Home and Environment Monitoring”, UCL/EPSRC Enterprise Award. Jan - Dec 2012. £58,559
“Feasibility Study into Underwater Acoustic Micro-Doppler Target Recognition”, EU Joint Research Centre, Ispra, Italy Nov 2011. £20,000
“Micro-Doppler Target Classification and Tracking”, EPSRC, Feb 2010- Feb 2011. £95,017
“Feasibility study for investigation of a wireless based passive detection system for marine surveillance” Maritime and Coastguard Agency, Aug 2009-Nov 2009. £25,092
“Detection and Tracking using Wireless Networks “ EPSRC, Nov 2007 – Oct 2009. £395,000 - (Postdoctoral Researcher)
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