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55 SPS Members Elevated to Fellow

Each year, the IEEE Board of Directors confers the grade of Fellow on up to one-tenth of one percent of the voting members. To qualify for consideration, an individual must have been a Member, normally for five years or more, and a Senior Member at the time for nomination to Fellow. The grade of Fellow recognizes unusual distinction in IEEE’s designated fields.

The Signal Processing Society congratulates the following 55 SPS members who were recognized with the grade of Fellow as of 1 January 2024:

Members Elevated to Fellow

P Thushara Abhayapala, for contribution to the theory of spherical harmonic-based spatial sound field recording, reproduction, and control.

Juan Bello, for contributions to sound detection and retrieval.

Aggelos Bletsas, for contributions to cooperative relaying and backscatter communication networks.

Volkan Cevher, for contributions to model-based signal processing and semi-definite programming.

Wen-Huang Cheng, for contributions to intelligent multimedia computing and applications.

Kaushik Chowdhury, for contributions to development of cognitive radio networks and applied machine learning for wireless systems.

Leslie Collins, for contributions to signal processing algorithms for auditory applications and to buried threat detection.

Subhrakanti Dey, for contributions to networked control systems and performance optimization over wireless and sensor networks.

Min Dong, for contribution to transmission design and resource optimization for wireless communications.

Matthew Ettus, for contributions to software-defined radio products.

Yue Gao, for contributions to sparse signal processing and smart antennas in cognitive radio and networks.

Reza Ghanadan, for leadership in robust artificial intelligence technologies and applications.

Sergiu Goma, for contributions to hardware implementation of image processing for color cameras in mobile phones.

Nathan Goodman, for contributions to cognitive and distributed radar signal processing.

Neil Gordon, for contributions to sequential Monte Carlo methods and applications.

Warren Gross, for contributions to the design of algorithms and integrated circuit architectures for communication systems.

Guan Gui, for contributions to intelligent signal analysis and wireless resource optimization.

Onur Guleryuz, for contributions to nonlinear approximation and sparsity-based signal processing.

Jakob Hoydis, for contributions to the use of machine learning in communication systems.

Yu-Gang Jiang, for contributions to large-scale video analysis and open-source datasets.

Chunxiao Jiang, for contributions to heterogeneous space-air-ground networks.

Shi Jin, for contributions to MIMO and reconfigurable intelligent surface-assisted communications.

Niklas Karlsson, for technical leadership to vSLAM and online advertising.

Zaher Kassas, for contributions to navigation with signals of opportunity.

Joerg Kliewer, for contributions to theory and applications of iteratively decodable error correcting codes and network coding.

Gitta Kutyniok, for contributions to the mathematical theory of artificial intelligence in signal processing and communication.

Matti Latva-aho, for contributions to mobile communication systems.

Zhen Lei, for contributions to face analysis and object detection.

Jonathan Le Roux, for contributions to multi-source speech and audio processing.

Liang Lin, for contributions to multimedia content analysis.

Yuanwei Liu, for contributions to non-orthogonal multiple access technologies and wireless power transfer.

Huchuan Lu, for contributions to visual object tracking and salient object detection.

Jiwen Lu, for contributions to visual content analysis and recognition.

Yue Lu, for contributions to multidimensional signal processing.

Siwei Ma, for contributions to video coding technologies and standards.

Christos Masouros, for contributions to interference exploitation and,  joint sensing and communications.

Arrate Muñoz-Barrutia, for contributions to biomedical image processing.

Vito Pascazio, for contributions to statistical signal processing in imaging radars.

Anderson Rocha, for contributions to digital forensics using machine learning.

Mathini Sellathurai, for contributions to multi-user, multi-functional and multi-antenna wireless communications.

Hamid Sheikh, for contributions to visual quality prediction in mobile cameras.

Jianbing Shen, for contributions to computer vision for video analysis and visual understanding.

Kush Varshney, for contributions to socially responsible and trustworthy machine learning.

Beibei Wang, for contributions to wireless sensing and cognitive communications.

Chao-Kai Wen, for contributions to deep learning technology for wireless systems.

David Wipf, for contributions to detecting low-dimensional data structures.

Roger Woods, for contributions to VLSI chips and FPGA implementations for signal processing.

Henk Wymeersch, for contributions to radio localization and sensing.

Jing Xiao, for contributions to the multiple modality knowledge mining technologies.

Arie Yeredor, for contributions to blind source separation.

Hengyong Yu, for contribution to tomographic image reconstruction.

Honggang Zhang, for contributions to intelligent wireless communications and networks.

Fumin Zhang, for contributions to autonomy of robotic sensing networks and control of marine robots.

Sheng Zhong, for contributions to incentive-compatible and privacy-preserving mechanisms in distributed systems.

Enrico Zio, for contributions to safety and reliability engineering.

The following individuals were evaluated by the SPS, but are not SPS members:

Ming-Yu Liu, for contributions to generative adversarial networks in multimodal content creation.

Benjamin Recht, for contributions to high-dimensional signal processing, machine learning, and optimization.

Martin Wainwright, for contributions to the theory of statistical signal processing and machine learning.


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