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Prof. Zoran Cvetkovic
King's College
London, UK
Prof. Cvetkovic is teaching Signal Processing at the Department of Informatics, Kings´College in London.
 
Prof. Cvetkovic research interest include: signal processing theory, with an emphasis on time-frequency analysis, wavelets, filter banks, A/D conversion, quantization, source coding, compressed sensing, and applications in audio and speech technologies, telecommunications and biomedical engineering.
 
He received PhD from University of California, Berkeley, and MPhil. Degree from Columbia University, New York, and Dipl. Ing. Degree from University of Belgrade.
 
Dr. Cvetkovic was visiting scholar at Stanford University and Berkeley, research fellow at Harvard University and EPFL Lausanne, and previously AT&T wireless & telecom Research team member. He is senior member of IEEE. He was Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing from 2005-2008.
   

 

Prof. Robert Henry Morelos-Zaragoza, San Jose State University, US

 

Prof. Robert Henry Morelos-Zaragoza is teaching Wireless Communication Systems and Technologies at the Department of Electrical Engineering, San Jose State University, USA.

Prof. Morelos-Zaragoza research interests are in error correcting coding and digital signal processing for wireless communication and digital storage systems.

He received his PhD degree from the University of University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Honolulu, and M.S. and B.S degrees from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico City, Mexico.

He is the author of the book The Art of Error Correcting Coding (John Wiley and Sons, 2006). A senior member of the IEEE and an active consultant in industry, Robert holds eighteen patents in the U.S.A., Japan and Europe. Professor Morelos-Zaragoza continues to serve as reviewer, editor and technical program committee member in numerous international IEEE conferences and journals in Information Theory and Wireless Communication Systems.

   

 

Prof. Robert Sobot
ENSEA/ETIS - Université de Cergy-Pontoise - CNRS, Paris-France

Prof. Sobot's teaching topics include architecture and technologies for embedded reconfigurable systems addressing biomedical engineering, as well as wireless systems, and analog IC design at ENSEA/ETIS - Université de Cergy-Pontoise - CNRS, Paris-France, and within associate professorship post at the Western University, Canada.

Prof. Sobot's research interests include: implantable telemetry systems, biomedical IC applications, RF ICs for wireless communications, brain to machine interface, Sigma-Delta modulation and analog adaptive equalization.

He received Ph.D. and MSc degrees in electrical engineering from Simon Fraser University, Canada, and Dipl. Ing. degree from University of Belgrade.

Dr. Sobot authored two textbooks on the topic of “Wireless Communication Electronics”, and he established the Implantable System Laboratory at Western. His expertise include Analog Integrated Circuit Design, with strong industrial experience gained at PMC-Sierra; in addition he was involved in projects related to MEMS pressure sensors, silicon IR detectors and radio controlled systems. He is a Member of IEEE, Circuits and Systems Society and Solid-State Circuits Society.

   

 

Prof. Ertugrul Soenmez, Reutlingen University of Applied Science, Germany

Prof. Sönmez is teaching semiconductor technology, analog IC design at Reutlingen University of Applied science in Germany.

Prof. research Interest include: mm-wave, RF IC & Analog IC Designs in SiGe, CMOS and GaN Technologies.

He received PhD and Dipl.-Ing. Degree from University of Ulm Germany.

He is an expert in MM-wave IC Design and GaN Technology. He was involved in advanced MMIC Designs, UWB IC Design for communications and GaN designs for power electronics.

   
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