2015 EMBS Fellows

Please join us in congratulating the newly elevated IEEE Fellows for the Class of 2015! We are especially proud of the Fellows selected from among our EMBS membership, including:


Ewert Bengtsson
Uppsala University

for contributions to quantitative microscopy and biomedical image analysis


Olga Boric-Lubecke
University of Hawaii at Manoa

for contributions to biomedical microwave technology


Purnendu Dasgupta
University of Texas at Arlington

for contributions to ion chromatography and analytical instrumentation for environmental studies


Jeffrey Duerk
Case Western Reserve University

for contributions to rapid magnetic resonance imaging technologies


Randy Ellis
Queen’s University

for contributions to image guided surgical technology


Alan Finkel
Monash University

for contributions to measurement technology for biomedicine


Richard Jones
New Zealand Brain Research Institute

for contributions to human performance engineering and neurorehabilitation


Tzyy-Ping Jung
University of California, San Diego

for contributions to blind source separation for biomedical applications


Edmund Lam
University of Hong Kong

for contributions to modeling and computational algorithms in imaging applications


Stefan Mozar
Dynexsys Pty Ltd.

for development of safety solutions for electronic equipment


Yu Sun
University of Toronto

for contributions to automated manipulation of biological cells


John Vaughan
University of Minnesota

for contributions to high-field magnetic resonance imaging technology


Blake Wilson
Duke University

for development of cochlear implants


Bulent Yener
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)

for contributions to network design optimization and security


IEEE Fellow is a distinction reserved for select IEEE members whose extraordinary accomplishments in any of the IEEE fields of interest are deemed fitting of this prestigious grade elevation.

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