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Signal Processing Society Members Receive 2017 IEEE Medals

The IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal is being presented to H. Vincent Poor of Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.  IEEE selected Dr. Poor to receive the award, "for fundamental contributions to signal processing and its application to digital communications". The Alexander Graham Bell Medal is given for exceptional contributions to communications and networking sciences and engineering.

The IEEE Jack S. Kilby Signal Processing Medal is being presented to Martin Vetterli of EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland.  IEEE selected Dr. Vetterli to receive the award, "for fundamental contributions to advanced sampling, signal representations, and multirate and multiresolution signal processing."  The IEEE Jack S. Kilby Signal Processing Medal is given for outstanding achievements in signal processing.

The IEEE Simon Ramo Medal is being presented to John Barasa of University of Maryland, College Park, MD.  IEEE selected Dr. Barasa to receive the award, "for exceptional contributions to the conception and commercialization of internet-oversatellite systems, and for leadership in model-based engineering, systems science, and engineering research."  The IEEE Simon Ramo Medal is given for exceptional achievement in systems engineering and systems science.

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