讲座题目:  Signal Processing Everywhere—a Perspective on History, Synergies and  Opportunities

主讲嘉宾: Mos  Kaveh, IEEE Fellow

Professor of Electrical and Computer  Engineering

Associate Dean for Research and Planning, College of Science and  Engineering

University of Minnesota

Minneapolis, MN 55455, USA

Email: mos@umn.edu

 时间:2017622  日(周四)上午10:00-11:00

 地点:深圳大学南区基础实验楼北座信息工程学院N710会议室

 摘要:  Signal processing techniques and technologies are truly ubiquitous in the  devices and services that we take for granted in this age of information. The  Field of Interest (FOI) of the IEEE Signal Processing Society  http://www.signalprocessingsociety.org/about-sps/scope-mission/ succinctly  describes the fundamental components and aims of what is, and likely to be in  the foreseeable future, broadly defined as signal processing. This statement  also highlights the blurred lines and convergence of approaches with a number of  other fields such as computing, information theory, communications and  networking, data science, and machine intelligence.  

This talk will provide a perspective on the history of the development of  modern signal processing as manifested in the growth and technical  diversification of the field and its professional portfolio. A number of  examples are provided to illustrate the trends in the field and some likely  future directions made possible by developments in sensing, computational and  communication technologies, and opportunities ranging from entertainment to  grand challenge problems in energy and health care.  

 报告人简介:  Mostafa (Mos) Kaveh received his BS and PhD degrees in electrical engineering  from Purdue University in 1969 and 1974, respectively, and his MS degree from  the University of California at Berkeley in 1970. He is a Professor of  Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the Associate Dean for Research and  Planning for the College of Science and Engineering at the University of  Minnesota.  He served as the Head of his  department from 1990 -2005. His research and educational activities have been on  a variety of areas of signal and image processing and digital communications,  including the processing of sensor array signals, image reconstruction and  tomography and wireless communications.

 

Dr. Kaveh is a former President of the IEEE Signal Processing Society  (SPS), and has served that Society in a number of editorial and leadership  positions over the past three and half decades. His recognitions and honors from  the IEEE include election as a Fellow of the IEEE in 1988, and the Society Award  of the IEEE Signal Processing Society in 2000. He is a Fellow of the AAAS, and  in 2002 received an Outstanding Electrical and Computer Engineer Award from  Purdue University.