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“2009 IEEE Signal Processing Society Distinguished Lecturer”
Professor Lang Tong named as an 2009 IEEE Signal Processing Society Distinguished Lecturer.
Professor Lang Tong named as an 2009 IEEE Signal Processing Society Distinguished Lecturer. Professor Tong conducts research in the general areas of statistical signal processing, wireless communications, network and information theory. His lecture topics include distributed sensing and inference, roles of signal processing in secure and anonymous networking, and opportunistic spectrum access for cognitive radios.
The IEEE Signal Processing Society's Distinguished Lecturer Program provides means and financial support for IEEE chapters to have access to individuals who are well known educators and authors in the fields of signal processing.
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