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Ben Drozdenko is a full-time Ph.D. candidate, the former Northeastern U. campus-wide MathWorks TA, and a graduate research assistant in the implementation of MATLAB- and Simulink-based Cognitive Radio frameworks, co-advised by Prof. Kaushik Chowdhury and Prof. Miriam Leeser. For 5 years, Ben worked for MathWorks, creators of MATLAB and Simulink. There, as a Signal Processing Content Specialist, he wrote technical documentation and examples for DSP & Communications area products such as LTE System Toolbox. Earlier, as a Training Engineer, he traveled across the country to present material on the usage and capabilities of various MathWorks computer software products, focusing on Model-Based Design. For 4 years before that, he worked as a Systems Engineer for Raytheon, mainly on the forward-based X-Band Transportable Radar as part of the Ballistic Missile Defense System program.