Professors El-Gamal, Moses, Ozguner elevated to IEEE Fellow
Three professors of Electrical and Computer Engineering—Hesham El-Gamal, Randy Moses and Umit Ozguner—were recently elevated to fellow status by the IEEE beginning January 1, 2010. With these recent accomplishments, the ECE Department now has a total of 22 IEEE fellows on our faculty who are not retired and 16 IEEE fellows who are emeritus faculty and retired research scientists.
Elevation to IEEE fellow status is one of the most prestigious honors bestowed by the IEEE. The IEEE Fellow Committee recommends only a select group of recipients for this honor each year, following a rigorous evaluation procedure.
Each elevated fellow receives a citation stating their particular contributions:
- Professor Hesham El-Gamal was elevated to IEEE fellow for contributions to multiple-input multiple-output and cooperative communications
- Professor Randy Moses was elevated to IEEE fellow for contributions to statistical signal processing
- Professor Umit Ozguner was elevated to IEEE fellow for contributions to the development of intelligent autonomous vehicles.
Please join us in congratulating Prof. El-Gamal, Prof. Moses, and Prof. Ozguner on this accomplishment. (12/09)