Asad M. Madni

Asad M. Madni

Asad M. Madni
Distinguished Adjunct Professor
Primary Areas:
Physical Wave and Electronics
Signals and Systems

Office: Engr. IV #66-144
Phone: (310) 825-1104
E-mail:

 

Research and Teaching Interests:
Intelligent sensors, systems and instrumentation, wireless sensor networks, signal processing, and MEMS; applications for automotive safety, aerospace, radar, electronic warfare, and US combat readiness.

Awards and Recognitions
2016 Dean’s Faculty Award for Service, University of Southern California, Viterbi School of Engineering
2016 Ellis Island Medal of Honor
2015 Honorary Professorship, University of Texas San Antonio
2015 Eminent Member Recognition, IEEE – Eta Kappa Nu (HKN)
2015 J. J. Thomson Medal, Institute of Engineering and Technology (UK) (IET)
2015 Ph.D. (h.c.) Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (The National University of Malaysia)
2014 Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
2014 Distinguished Alumni Award, Tau Beta Pi, The National Engineering Honor Society
2014 Honorary Professorship, University of Waikato, New Zealand
2014 Honorary Professorship, Technical University of Crete
2014 Medal of Honor and Co-Honoree, World Automation Congress (WAC)
2013 UCLA Electrical Engineering Distinguished Alumni Award
2013 UCLA Electrical Engineering Distinguished Service Award
2013 Honorary Member, Phi Kappa Phi, Interdisciplinary Honor Society
2013 Sc.D. (honoris causa), California State University and California State University, Northridge
2013 Lifetime Fellow, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
2013 Life Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
2012 IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society’s Pioneer Award
2012 D.Eng. (honoris causa), Technical University of Crete
2011 US National Academy of Engineering
2010 IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society’s Career Excellence Award
2010 UCLA Engineering, Lifetime Contribution Award
2009 D.Sc. (honoris causa), Ryerson University
2009 Honorary Member, Upsilon Pi Epsilon, Honor Society for Computing & Information Disciplines
2009 Eta Kappa Nu, The National Electrical and Computer Engineering Honor Society
2009 Tau Alpha Pi, The National Engineering Technology Honor Society
2008 IEEE Region 6, Outstanding Engineer Award
2008 IEEE Region 6 South, Outstanding Engineer Award
2008 IEEE Region 6 South, Outstanding Leadership and Professional Service Award
2008 Eminent Engineer, Tau Beta Pi, The National Engineering Honor Society
2008 UCLA Engineering, Distinguished Service Award
2007 Marconi Medal, TCI College of Technology
2006 Lifetime Achievement Award, World Automation Congress
2006 Fellow, Society of Automotive Engineers
2006 Fellow, Institution of Engineering and Technology (UK)
2005 Achievement Medal from Institution of Engineering & Technology (UK)
2005 Lifetime Associate Fellow, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
2004 UCLA Engineering, Alumnus of the Year Award
2004 Distinguished Engineering Achievement Award, Engineers’ Council
2003 George Washington Engineer of the Year Award, Los Angeles Council of Engineers & Scientists
2002 UCLA Professional Achievement Award Medal
2002 Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science
2001 CCU, Distinguished Alumni Award
2000 IEEE Third Millennium Medal
2000 Fellow, New York Academy of Science
2000 Fellow, Institute for the Advancement of Engineering
2000 Joseph F. Engelberger Best Paper Award, World Automation Congress
1999 Fellow, Institution of Electrical Engineers (UK)
1998 Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
1992 Association of Old Crows, Gold Certificate of Merit