Adrian Moazzam is a researcher and Ph.D. candidate at the Michigan Technological University (MTU). Adrian has earned a master’s degree in Electro-Optical Antennas from MTU, where he gained valuable hands-on experience in machine learning and printed circuit board (PCB) fabrication. Adrian earned a B.Sc. degree from Shiraz University of Technology (Sutech). During his undergraduate program, he demonstrated his aptitude for technology by working on a cutting-edge project that involved connecting FPGA to personal computers through the Wiznet W5300 interface. Currently, Adrian's research is focused on implementing active convolve illumination (ACI), an innovative optical method to enhance atmospheric imaging. His work has the potential to improve the quality of images captured by remote sensing systems, which has significant implications in the field of space exploration, earth observation, and remote sensing.