Pappas received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, and master's and doctorate in Systems Engineering from Oakland University. The primary topic of his research was estimation techniques in cellular wireless communications systems. During his research in power estimations in cellular communication networks, he extended his investigation in applications in health care environments. His focus is on systems that transmit and receive biopotential or nonelectric values over wireless cellular networks.
Pappas investigates different statistical methods for parameter estimation of linear and nonlinear model in dynamic mobile communications biomedical systems. Also, he investigates encryption and optimization algorithms of the transfer of electronic medical data using wireless cellular communication systems for evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of patients in remote locations.
Certifications or professional registrations
Estimation in Mobile Wireless Communications" (with M. A Zohdy), The International Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems. Vol.7 pp.898-924,2014.