IEEE Fellows Elevated as of 1 January 2006
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 contributions to audio coding.
For contributions to radio resource management for mobile communication systems.
For contributions to optical network performance monitoring and passive optical network architectures.
For contributions to chip-package codesign.
For contributions to adaptive beamforming and sensor array processing.
For contributions to space-time coding.
For contributions to trellis structures, graphical models and iterative decoding techniques for error-correcting codes.
For leadership in social and ethical implications to biomedical engineering.
For leadership in advancing wireless voice and data technologies.
For contributions to switching, scheduling and synchronization in data networks.
For contributions to the use of game theory for network quality of service and survivability.
For contributions to the development of Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB).
For contributions to the design of protocols, applications, and algorithms for Internet multimedia.
For contributions to video coding and its standardization.
For contributions to cellular telecommunications systems.
For contributions to wireless communication systems and sensor networks.
For contributions to complimentary metal oxide semiconductors (CMOS) circuit reliability and computational models for electronics and optoelectronics.
For contributions to information processing.
For contributions to computer networking and the communication theoretic analysis of information hiding and privacy systems.
For contributions to nonlinear control theory and its applications.
Brig ("Chip") Elliott
For contributions to the design and implementation of communication networking.
For contributions to optical communications technology and access network architectures.
For contributions to the design and computer aided design (CAD) of analog and radio frequency circuits.
For contributions to the development of III-nitride electronic sensor systems.
For contributions to communication networks and distributed computing systems.
For contributions to signal processing for wireless communications.
For contributions to traffic modeling and performance evaluation in communication and computer networks.
For research, development and standardization activity for electroacoustical transducers of telephony.
For contributions to and leadership in engineering education.
For contributions to automotive radar.
For contributions to application of nonlinear dynamics to communications, signal processing, and information technology.
For contributions to high-speed optical communication systems.
For contributions to electromagnetic theory with applications to scattering and guided wave propagation
For contributions to communication networks management.
For contributions to the theory, design, and understanding of electrically small antennas.
For contributions to the development of computer networking standards.
For application of signal-processing techniques to digital data transmission and storage.
For contributions to coding and decoding methods.
J. J. Garcia-Luna-Aceves
For contributions to theory and design of communication protocols for network routing and channel access.
For contributions to coded modulation and digital subscriber line design.
For contributions to integrated circuits and technology for wireless products.
For contributions to high capacity optical fiber communication technologies.
For contributions to stochastic modeling of communication systems.
For contributions to information theory and applications to digital recording technology.
For contributions to signal processing techniques in digital data transmission and storage.
For contributions to education in speech processing and communication.
For contributions to antenna analysis and design.
For contributions to modeling and control of communication networks.
For contributions to speech coding technologies and development of digital signal processing (DSP) based communication systems.
For contributions to digital communications.
For contributions to the architecture and signaling protocols in packet switched networks.
For contributions to the advancement of code division multiple access (CDMA) and mobile communications.