Institute of Communications and Connected Systems


Dr Kevin Chetty

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Associate Professor
Department of Security & Crime Science

E: k.chetty@ucl.ac.uk
T: +44 (0)20 3108 3169 

Research group
Urban Wireless Sensing 

WiFi Passive Radar | Joint Communincation and Sensing | Micro-Doppler based human activity recognition


Dr. Kevin Chetty is an Associate Professor at the UCL Department of Security & Crime Science where he leads the Urban Wireless Sensing Lab. He has pioneered work in passive WiFi sensing; an area of radar research which is expected to facilitate advances in ubiquitous sensing and smart environments. His work in this area also covers new waveform designs for integrated communications and sensing and developing reference-free sensing approaches for passive radar systems. Additionally, he has research interests in using radar technology for behaviour classification through the exploitation of micro-Doppler signatures and machine learning techniques.

Dr. Chetty’s research group have developed patented techniques for high-throughput data processing in passive wireless systems to facilitate real-time operation, and demonstrated the concept can be extended to future communications technologies.
Dr. Chetty is author to over seventy peer reviewed publications and has received research funding for projects for various radar and sensing areas from the UK Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), EU Joint Research Centre, UK Ministry of Defence/Dstl, the Metropolitan Police, the UK Maritime & Coastguard Agency. He also works with various industrial partners in telecommunications, IoT, security and healthcare.

Dr. Chetty has served on the Technical and Organising Committees for a number of International Conferences including the IEEE International Workshop on Electromagnetics (iWEM), IEEE Radar Conference, Globecom, International Security & Crime Science Conference, and is a member of the IEEE and IET.

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