José M.F. Moura
JOSE M.F. MOURA is a University Professor at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) where he founded the Center for Sensed Critical Infrastructure Research and the Information and Communication Technologies Institute. He holds a D.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He was visiting Professor at MIT (84-86, 99-00, 06-07) and on the faculty at Instituto Superior Técnico (Portugal). His research interests include algebraic and statistical signal/ image processing, with projects on distributed algorithms, large scale critical physical infrastructures, and intelligent compilers for signal processing algorithms.
He is IEEE Division IX Director Elect (2011), a member of the IEEE Publication Services and Products Board (2010-11) and the IEEE Education Activities Board (2010-11), was President of the IEEE Signal Processing Society, was the Editor in Chief for the IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, and was on the Boards of the IEEE Proceedings and the ACM Sensors Journal. He has received several awards, including Fellow of the IEEE, Fellow of the AAAS, corresponding member of the Academia das Ciências of Portugal, IEEE 3rd Millennium Medal, IEEE SPS Meritorious Service Award, IBM Faculty Award, CMU’s College of Engineering Outstanding Research Award, CMU’s Phillip Dowd Fellowship Award for Excellence in Engineering Education. In 2010, he was elected University Professor at CMU.