Wiberg, Donald M.
Donald M. Wiberg, Emeriti Professor
IEEE, Life Fellow
Office: UCSC, Engineering 2, Room 241A, Email
Since 2000, Don has been teaching and researching at UCSC in both Dept. of Electrical and Dept. of Computer Engineering at UCSC, and was a researcher in the Center for Adaptive Optics there (2001 - 2011). Don is a Life Fellow of IEEE. Don retired as Professor of Engineering and Applied Science in the Electrical Engineering Department at UCLA in 1994, after 29 years there. He was also Professor of Anesthesiology at UCLA. In 1995 he served as Sen. Tom Harkin’s (Dem. IA) Legislative Assistant in Defense Appropriations, Energy, Environment, Arms Control, and Veteran’s Affairs as IEEE Congressional Fellow. He was a Fulbright Senior Fellow in Denmark in 1976-7 and in Norway in 1983-4, and he visited at DFVLR, Munich, 1969-70, U. Newcastle, Aus., 1989-90, U. Maryland, 1993-94, and Ajou U., Suwan, South Korea, 2006-07.
Control systems, Kalman filtering, system parameter estimation, adaptive optics for large telescopes, and biomedical system modeling