DOUGLAS L. JONES
Coordinated Science Laboratory
1308 West Main Street
Fax: (217) 244-1642
1987 PhD in Electrical Engineering
1985 Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
1983 Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty since 1988. Currently a Professor.
Also a Research Professor in the Coordinated Science Laboratory and the Beckman Institute.
Academic Visitor, Electrical Engineering Department, December 2005
Sabbatical Semester, 2002.
Served as the Texas Instruments Visiting Professor during
the Spring 1999 semester.
Sabbatical Semester, 1995.
Fulbright Fellowship for postdoctoral research during the 1987-88 academic year.
Fellow of the IEEE, 2001
2003 Connexions Author of the Year
UIUC ECE Ronald W. Pratt Award for Teaching Excellence, 2006
1999 Texas Instruments Visiting Professor, Rice University
A Digital Signal Processing Laboratory Using the TMS32010
Research interests are in digital signal processing
and communications, including time-frequency and time-varying signal analysis, adaptive filters and equalization,
OFDM and DMT optimization, and various applications
including low-power wireless communication and advanced hearing aids.
Last updated by D.L. Jones, February 13, 2007