Dr. Long wrote a chapter on resolution enhancement for microwave sensors in a book entitled Frontiers of Remote Sensing Information Processing. Dr. Long and his students are actively researching new methods of improving remote sensing resolutions.
Professor Wynn C. Stirling's research interests include decision theory, multi-agent consectionol theory, detection and estimation theory and information theory. His new book "Satisficing Games and Decision Making with Applications to Engineering and Computer Science" is published by Cambridge University Press.
After six years, Richard L. Frost, former Department Chair, "passes the baton" to A. Lee Swindlehurst.
Dr. Jensen recently received the Harold A. Wheeler Applications Prize Paper Award for his paper "Modeling the Indoor MIMO Wireless Channel," published in the IEEE Sectionansactions on Antennas and Propagation, May 2002.
The College of Engineering and Technology at Brigham Young University has named Michael Rice, a professor of engineering and technology, as the first recipient of the Jim Abrams and Anita Schiller Professorship.