Thomas KailathStanford University
H-Index & Metrics
|Number of Google Citations||74,826|
|Guide2Research World Ranking||76th|
|Guide2Research National Ranking (United States)||56th|
|Number of Articles on DBLP||186|
Awards & Achievements
- 2014 - US National Medal of Science For transformative contributions to the fields of information and system science, for distinctive and sustained mentoring of young scholars, and for translation of scientific ideas into entrepreneurial ventures that have had a significant impact on industry
- 2009 - BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award Information and Communication Technologies
- 2009 - SIAM Fellow For contributions to linear algebra, systems and control and their applications in engineering.
- 2009 - Padma Bhushan For distinguished service to the nation in the field of science and engineering.
- 2009 - Blaise Pascal Medal, European Academy of Sciences For contributions to information and communication sciences
- 2007 - IEEE Medal of Honor For exceptional development of powerful algorithms in the fields of communications, computing, control and signal processing.
- 2006 - IEEE Jack S. Kilby Signal Processing Medal For seminal contributions to the theory and applications of statistical signal processing.
- 2000 - Claude E. Shannon Award, IEEE Information Theory Society
- 1995 - IEEE James H. Mulligan, Jr. Education Medal For leadership in graduate engineering education through a classic textbook in linear systems and creative interdisciplinary research.
- 1994 - Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
- 1993 - Education Award, IEEE Circuits and Systems Society for outstanding contributions to all facets of education in the fields of signal processing, linear system theory and VLSI design.
- 1991 - Fellow, The World Academy of Sciences
- 1990 - Society Award, IEEE Signal Processing Society For outstanding leadership and fundamental contributions to signal processing, including array processing and algorithms.
- 1988 - IEEE Signal Processing Society Technical Achievement Award For contributions to a broad range of areas in signal processing including statistical spectral estimation, sensor array processing, and the design of VLSI array architectures
- 1984 - Member, National Academy of Engineering (US) For outstanding contributions in prediction, filtering, and signal processing, and for leadership in engineering.
- 1970 - IEEE Fellow For inspired teaching of and contributions to information, communication, and control theory
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Profile was last updated at February 19, 2020, 5:55 am
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