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Honors and Awards

Honors and Awards

  • Honor Societies:
            Sigma Xi (Scientific Honorary)
            Tau Beta Pi (Engineering Honorary)
            Eta Kappa Nu (Electrical Engineering Honorary)
            Alpha Gamma Sigma (California Jr. College Honor Scholarship)
  • Included in Who’s Who in the World
  • Best Paper Award, European Assoc. for Signal Proc. (1986)
  • Invited to be Series Editor for New York University Press (1987)
  • Distinguished Engineering Alumnus Award, University of Massachusetts (1987)
  • Stephen O. Rice Prize Paper Award in Communication Theory, IEEE Communications Society (1988)
  • Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (1991)
  • Invited Guest Editor of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine (1991)
  • Invited Organizer of Workshop on Cyclostationary Signals sponsored by NSF, ARO, NRO, AFOSR (1992)
  • Invited to be Editor-in-Chief of CRC Press Handbook on Communication Theory
  • International DuPont 2005 Award for Innovation in Food Packaging Technology (for MetaCork™/IC3™)
  • Frost & Sullivan 2005 Consumer-Product-Design Excellence-in Technology-of-the-Year Award (for MetaCork™/IC3™)
  • As Principal Investigator, Research Awards totaling $23 M since 1980

The overview paper by W. A. Gardner, A. Napolitano, and L. Paura, “Cyclostationarity: Half a Century of Research,” Signal Processing, April 2006, received from the Publisher (Elsevier) the “Most Cited Paper Award” in 2008; and, each year since its first appearance online up through 2011, it was the most cited paper among those published in Signal Processing in the previous five years, and among the top 10 most downloaded papers from Signal Processing. As shown below, Google Scholar reports that, as of early 2014, this paper has been cited 367 times.

Interestingly, the most frequently cited paper on cyclostationarity is an IEEE Signal Processing Magazine article with 817 citations, and the next three most cited publications are books, with 669, 652, 564 citations, out of a total 8857 citations, 3338 of which were during the 5 year period since 2009.

 

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