Anthony Bisulco
Graduate student at Cornell Tech(NYC). Experienced Computational Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education & private industry. Strong research professional with a Bachelor of Science (BS) focused in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Northeastern University.

Cornell Tech(NYC) at Cornell University

2018-08 -- 2019-05

Area: Electrical and Computer Engineering | Level: Master of Engineering

  • Statistical Signal Processing and Reinforcement Learning
  • Adaptive Signal Processing and Digital Feedback Control
  • Networked and Distributed Systems

Northeastern University

2014-09 -- 2018-05

Area: Electrical and Computer Engineering | Level: Bachelor of Science | GPA: 3.97/4

  • Machine Learning
  • Linear Systems
  • Robotics Sensing and Navigation
  • Biomedical Imaging

Software Engineer, Brookhaven National Laboratory

Departement of Energy National Laboratory. I worked on the sPhenix(particle detector) experiment on the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider

  • Developed fast Python Time of Flight(TOF) signal processing algorithms for a 10ps TOF detector using NumPy, SciPy, and JupyterLab
  • Implemented Python parameter optimization algorithms using Dask(distributed computing library
  • Designed a constant fraction discriminator algorithm to reduce TOF electronics’ delay from 64ps to 8ps

Embedded Engineering Intern, Google Research and Machine Intelligence

Worked on the AIY projects team at Google. Developed AIY vision kit an on-device neural network accelerator for computer vision

  • Performed transfer learning in Tensorflow to retrain models for audio and image recognition
  • Developed AIY vision kit an on-device neural network accelerator for computer vision
  • Assisted in rapid prototyping/full scale manufacturing process of developing units
  • Traveled internationally/nationally for demoing and marketing AIY kits to distributors

Systems Integration Engineer, Singh Robotics Laboratory

Northeastern University research laboratory working on field robotics.

  • Implemented a visual-based navigation technique for GPS denied urban areas using computer vision
  • Integrated Velodyne LIDAR and 5 Point Grey Cameras into ROS for light field array

Researcher, Northeastern University Sensing, Imaging, Control and Actuation Laboratory

Northeastern University research laboratory working on coded and compressive sensing imaging.

  • Developed an FPGA control system for a multiple-input multiple-output radar system with 400 channels
  • Implemented simulated annealing and compressive sensing methods for a coded imaging system
  • Implemented a fused millimeter/infrared imaging system for target validation

ATLAS Systems Engineer, European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)

International particle physics laboratory working on probing the inner structure of matter.

  • Developed array synthesis algorithms for multi-anode photomultiplier tubes
  • Designed and 3D printed a fiber light guide for 85% increased sensor coverage of the photomultiplier tube
  • Built Spectrum a web application for laboratory simulation and experimental data comparison

Summer Researcher, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratories

Federally Funded Research and Development center working on engineering projects in the interest of national security.

  • Adapted MATLAB image processing algorithms to an FPGA for a UAV Micro-LIDAR
  • Developed and implemented a configurable FPGA moving average filter for Avalanche Photo Diodes (APD)
  • Built a visualization tool to process APD camera binary files
  • Collaborated with employees and outside consultants to further development of active optical system

Tactical Communications, Boston Athletic Association

Volunteered for the past three years as a tactical communicator utilizing my amateurradio license for medical communications during the Boston Marathon

Volunteer, Boston Public Schools

Taught various classes on the weekend about digital design and embedded systems to high schools students. Also, worked with students during Friday field trips on environmental conservation activities

Eagle Scout by Boy Scouts of America


Towards Three-dimensional Millimeter-Wave Radar Imaging of On-the-move Targets by IEEE APS/URSI , presented


L. Tirado, W. Zhang, A. Bisulco, H. Gomez-Sousa, J.A. Martinez-Lorenzo

3D Printed Conical Horn Antenna Equipped with Orbital Angular Momentum Lenses for High-Capacity Millimeter-wave Application by IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, submitted


A. Molaei, L. Tirado, A. Bisulco, C. Gehrke, A. Zhu, J.A. Martinez-Lorenzo

3D Printed Compressive Horn Antenna for High-Sensing-Capacity Millimeter-Wave Imaging by European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, presented


A. Molaei, J. Heredia-Juesas, L. Tirado, W. Zhang, A. Bisulco, A. Zhu, D. Cachay, A. Ghanbarzade Dagheyan, J.A. Martinez-Lorenzo

3D Printed E-Band Compressive Horn Antenna for High-sensing-capacity Imaging Applications by IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, submitted


A. Molaei, A. Bisulco, L. Tirado, A. Zhu, D. Cachay, A. Ghanbarzadehdaghe Dagheyan, J.A. Martinez-Lorenzo

Experimental Results of a Compressive Reflector Antenna Producing Spatial Coding by IEEE APS/URSI, presented


A. Molaei, K. Graham, L. Tirado, A. Ghanbarzadehdaghe Dagheyan, A. Bisulco, J. Heredia-Juesas, C. Liu, J. Von Holten, J.A. Martinez-Lorenzo

Initial Design for the Phase-II Upgrade of the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter System by CERN Document Server

Tile Calorimeter Collaboration

Massive MIMO Millimeter Wave Radar Imaging System by IEEE APS/URSI


A. Bisulco, L. Tirado, S. Patel, L. Annese, G. Ghazi and J.A. Martinez-Lorenzo

High frequency modeling of large composite scatterers of arbitrary shape: Vortex-lens validation by European Conference on Antennas and Propagation


G. Ghazi, A. Ghanbarzadeh, A. Molaei, L. Tirado, A. Bisulco, J. Heredia-Juesas, J.A. Martinez-Lorenzo
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