IEEE Fellows Elevated as of 1 January 2004
Election to the grade of IEEE Fellow is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon our members by the Institute in recognition of their technical, educational, and leadership achievements. Only a select few IEEE members earn this prestigious honor.
Congratulations to the following Communications Society members for their election to the grade of Fellow of the IEEE. They now join company with a truly distinguished roster of colleagues.
For leadership in engineering education innovation.
For contributions to digital video and multimedia technologies.
Philip A. Chou
For contributions to variational methods in information theory, signal processing, and compression.
For contributions to optical and wireless communication systems.
Julie Elizabeth Fouquet
For contributions to optical switch and light-emitting device technologies.
Vincent Francis Fusco
For contributions to the design of active and self-tracking antenna technology.
Robert Alexander Hanna
For contributions to the applications of medium voltage adjustable speed drives and power quality.
Kenneth James Kerpez
For contributions to digital subscriber line technology and standards.
For contributions to robust communications under channel uncertainty.
Michael Jay Marcus
For leadership in the development of spectrum management policies.
For contributions to switching technologies and systems for broadband communications networks.
For contributions to semiconductor device technology and education.
For contributions to modem technology and standards development.
For leadership in the development of multidisciplinary software solutions.
M. Ibrahim Sezan
For technical leadership in digital image and video processing.
Paul Gregory Steffes
For contributions to the understanding of planetary atmospheres.
For contributions to multiresolution methods for image and 3D geometry compression.
David L. Tennenhouse
For leadership in the development of active networks.
Moe Z. Win
For contributions to wideband wireless transmission.
For contributions to media computing and leadership in content-based visual media analysis, retrieval, and browsing.
Thomas Joseph Brazil
For contributions to circuit-level modeling of non-linear devices.
For contributions to the development, modeling, and analysis of communication protocols and wireless personal area networks.
Ray T. Chen
For contributions to polymer-based guided devices for optical interconnects.
For contributions to fiber optic data communication systems.
For innovations in scalable network protocols and sensor network research.
For contributions to robust control and signal estimation
Evan Lee Goldstein
For contributions to optical communications.
For contributions to adaptive wireless communication systems.
For contributions to integrated circuits for high-speed communication systems.
For contributions to group codes, iterative decoding, and analog implementation of decoders.
Michael Joseph McLaughlin
For contributions to the development of digital speech coding standards for wireless communications.
Richard M. Murray
For contributions to the theory of nonlinear control and its applications to robotics, flight control, and fluid systems.
For contributions to variable microwave signal processing circuits and antennas.
For contributions to the design and development of communication network protocols.
Mohamad A. H. Sawan
For contributions to implantable medical devices.
For contributions to railroad control systems.
For leadership in the development of automated test and calibration systems.
Arnold Lee Swindlehurst
For contributions to the field of space-time signal processing for radar and wireless communications.
Stuart K. Tewksbury
For contributions to telecommunications and interconnections in high-performance digital systems.
For contributions to efficient signal processing algorithms for wireless communications.
For contributions to source coding theory and information inequalities.
Steven J. Wallach
For contributions to high-performance computing.
For technical leadership in antenna design and measurement systems.
For contributions to communication networks and discrete event systems.
Serge N. Demidenko
For contributions to electronic testing.
For technical leadership in the cable television industry.
Thomas Edward Fuja
For contributions to error control coding.
Stephen Marshall Goodnick
For contributions to carrier transport fundamentals and semiconductor devices.
For contributions to integrated optics and broadband guided-wave light modulators.
For leadership in the field of optical measurements for power systems.
For contributions to the theory and practice of service guarantees in packet networks.
For contributions to the development and deployment of digital transport systems.
For contributions to integrated digital broadcasting systems.
Bjorn Erik Ottersten
For contributions to antenna signal processing and wireless communications.
For leadership in optical and radio communications.
David Barry Scott
For contributions to CMOS and BICMOS technology and circuits.
Daniel Dean Stancil
For contributions to the theory and development of microwave and optical devices using magnetic garnet thin films and patterned ferroelectric domains.
Michael G. Strintzis
For contributions to digital filtering, image processing, and coding.
For contributions to pattern recognition research and applications.
Ismail Burhan Turksen
For contributions to fuzzy logic systems.
For contributions on photonic switching technologies and systems.
For contributions to location and navigation technologies and systems.