2 USTC Alumni Newly Elected IEEE Fellow 2012

  • [2011-11-24]

    On Nov. 22, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) announced the list of newly elected IEEE Fellow. Among the 329 winners from all over the world, there are 2 USTC alumni. 

    Dr. LI Xuelong entered Department of Electronic Engineering and Information Science, USTC in 1994, and then gained both his Master' s Degree and Doctor' s Degree from USTC. He is now a research fellow at Xi' an Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics of CAS. He also assumes the leadership of several State Key Laboratories. Dr. LI is a participant of Recruitment Program of Global Experts, and is supported by Outstanding Youth Fund. He is also an IAPR Fellow, an SPIE Fellow, an IET/IEE Fellow as well as a BCS Fellow. His main research interests include Image/Video Processing and Mining, Pattern Recognition, Multimedia Technology, Cognitive Computing.

     

      Figure LI Xuelong, LI Peng /Image from Internet

    Another alumni elected IEEE Fellow is LI Peng (' 80 Dept. 7).Dr. LI Peng entered Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences, USTC in year 1980, and then pursued his Ph. D in University of Alabama during 1986 and 1991. He was the CTO of Wavecrest Inc. from 1998 to 2007, and is now serving as the Principle Architect at Altera Corp. Dr. LI is a prestigious pioneer in the area of Jitter Separation Algorithm. He also enjoys a high reputation in the standardization of Jitter, Noise and Signal Integrity.

    By far, the number of USTC graduated IEEE Fellow has reached a total amount of 31. This number ranks second among all the universities in Chinese Mainland.

     

     

    (School of Information Science and Technology, News Center of USTC)

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