本硕联合培养项目第三弹 | 明尼苏达大学联合培养项目宣讲会
Time & Date：9：30-11：00 a.m., March 21, Thursday
Venue: Room 102, Zhi Xin Building
Speaker: Prof. Mos Kaveh. Dean, College of Science and Engineering, Professor of Eletrical and Computer Engineering, University of Minnesota
The College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota is a unique collegiate structure in major research universities in the United States in that it combines all of engineering, physical and computer sciences, and mathematics under one dean. This construct allows for seamless education and research across the full spectrum of the disciplines represented in the college. In close proximity to, and in collaboration with the University’s Medical School, the college also enables and supports research and educational programs related to health and medical devices.
This talk will provide an overview of the University of Minnesota, and its College of Science and Engineering. The strong partnership established with CUHK-Shenzhen in 2017 is then highlighted, including the accomplishments of the first group of CUHK-Shenzhen students who are about to complete their senior year studies at the University of Minnesota.
About the Speaker
Prof. Mos Kaveh
Mos Kaveh received his BS and PhD degrees in electrical engineering from Purdue University in 1969 and 1974, respectively, and his MS degree from the University of California at Berkeley in 1970. He is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the Dean of the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota. Prior to his appointment as dean, he served as the associate dean for research and planning for the college, and before that as head of his department from 1990 to 2005. His research and educational activities have been on a variety of areas of signal and image processing and digital communications, including the processing of sensor array signals, image reconstruction and tomography and wireless communications.
Dr. Kaveh is a former President of the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS), and has served that Society in a number of editorial and leadership positions over the past over three and half decades. His recognitions and honors from the IEEE include election as a Fellow of the IEEE in 1988, and the Society Award of the IEEE Signal Processing Society in 2000. He is a Fellow of the AAAS, and in 2002 received an Outstanding Electrical and Computer Engineer Award from Purdue University.