2017 Newly Elected Fellows

2017 Newly Elected Fellows 150 150 IEEE EMBS

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.
Please join us in congratulating the newly elevated IEEE Fellows for the Class of 2017! We are especially proud of the Fellows selected from among our EMBS membership, including:

Jose CarmenaJose Carmena

University of California, Berkeley
“for contributions to the neural basis of motor skill learning and neuroprosthetic systems”

Pablo EstevezPablo Estevez

University of Chile
“for contributions to feature selection and visualization of large data sets”

Saman HalgamugeSaman Halgamuge

Australian National University
“for contributions to computational intelligence in bioinformatics and mechatronics”

Akimasa HirataAkimasa Hirata

Nagoya Institute of Technology
“for contributions to safety assessment and standardization of human exposure to electromagnetic fields”
Jiang Hsieh

Jiang Hsieh

University of Wisconsin Madison
“for contributions to X-ray computed tomography for clinical applications”

Xin LiXin Li

Carnegie Mellon University
“for contributions to image coding, restoration, and interpolation”

Donald LieDonald Lie

Texas Tech University
“for contributions to high linearity and high efficiency silicon RF power amplifiers for broadband wireless applications”
Wentai Liu

Wentai Liu

“for contributions to electronically-aided neural prosthetic devices”

Jose Del R. MillanJose Del R. Millan

École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
“for contributions to brain-controlled robots”

Srikantan NagarajanSrikantan Nagarajan

University of California, San Francisco
“for contributions to neural engineering and biomagnetic brain imaging”

Aydogan OzcanAydogan Ozcan

“for contributions to iophotonics, computational imaging, and sensing for telemedicine and global health”

Leif SornmoLeif Sornmo

Lund University
“for contributions to biomedical signal processing in cardiac applications”

James WeilandJames Weiland

University of Southern California
“for contributions to the design, development, and realization of retinal prostheses”