Professor Suhas Diggavi Becomes an IEEE Fellow
Professor Suhas Diggavi has been elected fellow of the prestigious Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE) early this year for his contributions to wireless networks and systems. This honor is bestowed to Senior Members of the society who have shown exemplary contributions to the electrical and information technologies and sciences for the benefit of mankind and the profession.
Professor Diggavi is the Director of the Information Theory and Systems Laboratory which broadly studies information theory and its application to wireless and sensor networks, network data and compression storage, network encryption, machine learning and large scale data analysis algorithms.
IEEE is the biggest international technical professional society which fosters the advancement of innovation and technological excellence. This year, IEEE elevated 297 new fellows to the society. Election to IEEE fellow is limited as less than one-tenth of the 1 percent of total IEEE voting membership is considered.