Navarun Gupta, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair
College of Engineering, Business, and Education, Electrical Engineering, School of Engineering
(203) 576-4117
Engineering - Technology Building, Office 139

Dr. Navarun Gupta is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at University of Bridgeport. He also serves as the Department Chair of Electrical Engineering. Dr. Gupta received his Ph.D. from Florida International University in Miami. He has two master’s degrees – one in Physics from Georgia State University and another in Electrical Engineering from Mercer University. Dr. Gupta’s research interests lie in signal processing, and its applications in audio and bio signals.

Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Florida International University, 2003
M.S. Physics, Georgia State University, 1992
M.S. Electrical Engineering, Mercer University, 1998

Biosignal Processing
Communication Lab
Pattern Recognition
Satellite Communication
Introduction to Engineering
Fiber Optics Lab
Digital Signal Processing (both lab and lecture)
Senior Project
Signals and systems
Controls Lab



  • S. H. Ahammad, M. Z. U. Rahman, L. K. Rao, A. Sulthana, N. Gupta and A. Lay-Ekuakille, “A Multi-Level Sensor based Spinal Cord disorder Classification Model for Patient Wellness and Remote Monitoring,” in IEEE Sensors Journal, doi: 10.1109/JSEN.2020.3012578.
  • M.B.H. Frej, J. Dichter, N. Gupta, “Lightweight Accountable Privacy-Preserving Protocol Allowing the Cloud Client to Audit the Third-Party Auditor for Malicious Activities”, Applied Sciences, Vol. 9, Issue 15, 3034, July 2019
  • Z. Nossire, N. Gupta, L. Almazaydeh, X. Xiong, “New Empirical Path Loss Model for 28 GHz and 38 GHz Millimeter Wave in Indoor Urban under Various Conditions”, Applied Sciences, Vol. 8, Issue 11, 2122, Nov. 2018
  • Hussain Alhassan, Navarun Gupta, “The Changes of Brain Signals by use of Meditation during Problem Solving”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 7, Issue 2, February-2016
  • Hussain Alhassan, Navarun Gupta, “Brain Signal Analysis of Meditation and its Impact on Concentration and Diluted Modes”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 7, Issue 2, February-2016
  • L. Hmurcik, B.D. Barkana, N. Gupta, “Two Case Studies: Real-life fatal burn case including smoke inhalation and fatal high-voltage electrical burn”, International Journal of Advanced Research, 3(11):318-321, 2015
  • N. Gupta, L.V. Hmurcik, M. Joshi, B. Dharmadhikari, “On the Analysis of the Laminar to Turbulent Flow Patterns in the Treatment of a Patient Receiving Oxygen”, International Journal of Applied Sciences (IJAS), Vol. 1, Issue 2, pp. 23-29, Dec 2010
  • M. Iyer, N. Gupta, T. Perrault “Automated Estimation of Neck Movement Angles using Image Processing Techniques”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science, Vol. 1, May-June 2010, pp. 15-18
  • B. D. Barkana, N. Gupta, L.V. Hmurcik, “Two Case Reports: Electrothermal (aka contact) burns and the effects of current density, application time, and skin resistance”, Burns Journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries, 2009 (
  • Navarun Gupta, Carlos Ordóñez and Armando Barreto, “The Effect of Pinna Protrusion Angle in the Localization of Virtual Sound in the Horizontal Plane” (Abstract), Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol. 110, No. 5, Part 2, November 2001, p. 2679
  • Omar Grafals, Navarun Gupta, Gualberto Cremades, Barreto, A. B., and Malek Adjouadi, “Decreased 3D-Sound Spatialization Accuracy Caused by Speech Bandwidth Limitation Over Commodity Audio Components”, Biomedical Sciences Instrumentation, Vol.36, April 2000, pp. 245 – 250
  • P.J. Wiita, H.R. Miller, N. Gupta, S.K. Chakrabarti, “Accretion Disk Models for Microvariablity”, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 311-319, 1992.

Books/ Chapters:

  • Book Title: Adaptive Filtering – Principles, Concepts and Applications.
    Chapter: Speech Signal Conditioning for Mobile Applications Using Adaptive Filters.
    Publisher: Nova. Published: 2019.
  • Book Title: Speech, Image and Language Processing for Human Computer Interaction.
    Chapter: Improving Audio Spatialization Using Customizable Pinna Based Anthropometric Model of Head-Related Transfer Functions.
    Publisher: IGI Global. Published: 2012
  • Book Title: Online Engineering, Publisher: Springer. Published Jan 2009.
    Editors: Saikat Ray, Navarun Gupta, Tarek Sobh


  • United Illuminating Company: Research on Energy Loss from a Failed Steam Trap. PI: M. Omidiora, N. Gupta and J. Hu. Amount: $11,020.05, Feb. 2018
  • Department of Education (Federal Award): Fairchild Wheeler Magnet Schools Project 2014. Co-PI: Developed course outlines for applied aerospace/ hydrospace mechanics and applied fluid mechanics courses.
  • NSF: Planning for a Teacher Fellowship/Master Teacher Fellowship Program to Serve High-Need Schools in Urban Southwestern Connecticut, PI: Ioana Badara, Co PI: Nelson Ngoh, Buket Barkana, Navarun Gupta, Jan-Dec 2014, Amount: $192,347
  • ENGAGE Everyday Examples in Engineering (E3) mini-grant program: PI’s: J. Hu, N. Gupta, M. Faezipour, March 2013, Amount: $2000