전기및전자공학과에서는 Thomas Kailath 교수님을 모시고 2014년 가을학기 KAIST Global Lecture Series on ICT의 두 번째 강연을 개최하고자합니다.
관심있는분들의 많은 참여 부탁드립니다.
◎ 강연 연사 : Thomas Kailath (Hitachi America Professor of Engineering, Emeritus, at Stanford University)
◎ 강연 주제 : Displacement Structure of Matrices and their Applications
◎ 강연 장소 : 우리별세미나실 (정보전자동 2201호)
◎ 강연 일정
▪ 10. 14(Tue) 14:30-15:45 The process of making breakthroughs in engineering
▪ 10. 16(Thu) 14:30-15:45 Displacement structure of matrices and some applications
▪ 10. 17(Fri) 14:30-15:45 Array algorithms for communications, control and signal processing (Part I)
▪ 10. 21(Tue) 14:30-15:45 Array algorithms for communications, control and signal processing (Part II)
◎ 연사 약력
Thomas Kailath received the B.E. (Telecom) degree from the College of Engineering, Pune, in India, and S.M. (1959) and Sc.D. (1961) degrees in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He then worked at the Jet Propulsion Labs in Pasadena, CA, before joining Stanford University as Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering in 1963. He was promoted to Professor in 1968, and was appointed the first holder of the Hitachi America Professorship in 1988. He assumed emeritus status in 2001, but remains active with his research and writing activities.
Kailath’s research and teaching at Stanford have ranged over several fields of engineering and mathematics, with a different focus roughly every decade: information theory, communications, linear systems, estimation and control, signal processing, semiconductor manufacturing, probability and statistics, and matrix and operator theory. He has mentored an outstanding array of over a hundred doctoral and postdoctoral scholars. Their joint efforts have led to over 300 journal papers, several of which have received outstanding paper prizes; they have also led to a dozen patents, to several books and monographs, including the major textbooks Linear Systems(1980) and Linear Estimation(2000), and to the formation of several high-technology companies.
Kailath is a Fellow of the IEEE and received the IEEE Medal of Honor in 2007 for exceptional contributions to the development of powerful algorithms for communications, control, computing and signal processing. Among major honors are the Shannon Award of the IEEE Information Theory Society; the IEEE Education Medal and the IEEE Signal Processing Medal; the Padma Bhushan, a high civilian award of the Government of India; the BBVA Foundation Prize for information and communication technologies; Guggenheim, Churchill and Humboldt Fellowships; honorary degrees from universities in Sweden, Scotland, Spain, France, India and Israel; membership of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering, the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; and foreign membership of the Royal Society of London, the Royal Spanish Academy of Engineering, and the four science and engineering academies in India.