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Ezio Biglieri

Ezio Biglieri
Affiliation:

Adjunct Professor, EE Department, UCLA.

Honorary Professor, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain.

Home address: 249 Corso Peschiera, I-10141 Torino (Italy).

E-mail:
e.biglieri-AT-ieee.org
Biography:

EZIO BIGLIERI was born in Aosta (Italy). He received his formal training in
Electrical Engineering at Politecnico di Torino (Italy), where he
received his Dr. Engr. degree in 1967. He is presently an
adjunct professor of Electrical Engineering at University of
California Los Angeles (UCLA) and an honorary professor at
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain. Previously he was a
Professor at the University of Napoli (Italy), at Politecnico di
Torino, and at UCLA.

He has held visiting positions with the Department of System
Science, UCLA, the Mathematical Research Center, Bell
Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, the Bell Laboratories, Holmdel, NJ,
the Department of Electrical Engineering, UCLA, the
Telecommunication Department of The Ecole Nationale Superieure
des Telecommunications, Paris, France, the
University of Sydney, Australia, the Yokohama National University,
Japan, the Electrical Engineering Department of Princeton
University, the University of South Australia, Adelaide, the
University of Melbourne, Australia, the Institute for
Communications Engineering, Munich Institute of Technology,
Germany, the Institute for Infocomm Research, National University
of Singapore, the National Taiwan University, Taipei, Republic of
China, the University of Cambridge, U.K., and ETH Zurich,
Switzerland.

He was elected three times to the Board of Governors of the IEEE
Information Theory Society, and he served as its President in
1999. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE
Transactions on Information Theory
and of the   Journal of
Communications and Networks.


Among other honors, in 2000 he received the IEEE Third-Millennium
Medal and the IEEE Donald G. Fink Prize Paper Award, in 2001 the
IEEE Communications Society Edwin Howard Armstrong Achievement
Award, and in 2004 the Journal of Communications and Networks Best Paper
Award. He is a Fellow of the IEEE.

Research Interests:
  • Coding Techniques
  • Communications
  • Detection and Estimation
Awards Received:
Participation & Positions:
Thomas M. Cover Dissertation Award Subcommittee (Member, 01/01/13 until 12/31/14)
Publications Committee (Editor-in-Chief, 07/01/07 until 06/30/10)
Board of Governors (Transactions Editor-in-Chief, 07/01/07 until 06/30/10)
Fellows Committee (Member, 01/01/04 until 12/31/07)
Board of Governors (President, 1999)
Board of Governors (Second Vice President, 1997)
Publications Committee (Associate Editor for Communications, 01/01/93 until 02/01/95)
Board of Governors (01/01/92 until 12/31/94)