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Eight ECE faculty and staff recognized for creativity, innovation, and daring

Eight ECE faculty and staff have been recognized by the College of Engineering for their creativity, innovation, and daring approaches to their work. [Full Story]
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U-M Shannon Centennial Symposium Celebrates the Father of Information Theory

Researchers from around the nation gathered at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor to celebrate the 100th birthday of alumnus Claude E. Shannon (BSE EE/Eng Math , ScD hon. ) at the Shannon Centennial Symposium on September 16, 2016, co-organized by Al Hero, Hye Won Chung, Dave Neuhoff, and Sandeep Pradhan. All four plenary talks are available online. [Full Story]
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Award-Winning EECS 2016 Graduate Student Instructors & Instructional Aides Recognized

The EECS Department held its annual Graduate Student Instructor (GSI) / Instructional Aide (IA) Awards Ceremony on April 28 to honor top student instructors and aides for their remarkable service and excellence in teaching. ECE and CSE Associate Chairs Dave Neuhoff and Scott Mahlke hosted the event and introduced the awardees. [Full Story]
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EECS Graduate Student Instructors Earn Awards for Teaching Excellence

The EECS Department held its annual Graduate Student Instructor (GSI) / Instructional Aide (IA) Awards Ceremony on April 30 to honor top student instructors and aides for their remarkable service and excellence in teaching. ECE and CSE Associate Chairs Dave Neuhoff and Scott Mahlke hosted the event and introduced the awardees. [Full Story]
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Dave Neuhoff Receives Distinguished Graduate Mentor Award

Dave Neuhoff, Joseph E. and Anne P. Rowe Professor of Electrical Engineering, has been honored with a 2015 Rackham Distinguished Graduate Mentor Award for his sustained efforts as advisor, teacher, advocate, sponsor, and role model to doctoral students. Prof. Neuhoff's influence has been felt both within his own graduate research group, and across the entire department. [Full Story]
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Signal Processing @ Michigan: Putting Theory to Work for a Better World

Signal processing is the art of generating, transforming, and interpreting information, which we think of as being a signal. Some signals can be detected electronically, while others might be a pattern that arises from data such as a gene pool, social media activity, or economic data. Signal processing delves into nearly as many application areas as can be conceived. [Full Story]
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Professor Dave Neuhoff Appointed Joseph E. and Anne P. Rowe Professor of Electrical Engineering

David L. Neuhoff, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, has been appointed as the initial Joseph E. and Anne P. Rowe Professor of Electrical Engineering, effective January 1, 2005, pending Regental approval. This endowed chair was established in 2004 by the Rowes, who received numerous degrees from the College and University. Joseph joined the CoE faculty in 1953 and in 1968 assumed the chairmanship of the Electrical Engineering department. Ann served as a research associate in the Materials and Metallurgical department and then senior research associate in the School of Dentistry.

Professor Neuhoff's research focuses on communication and information theory, source coding, quantization and data compression, coding for magnetic recording and digital image halftoning. He has received numerous honors and awards and was elected a Fellow of IEEE in 1994.
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