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Engineering’s Gonzalo Arce honored for research

by | January 30, 2019

Federica Bianco

ABOVE: Gonzalo Arce, Charles Black Evans Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is a leader in computational imaging.

Professor named Fellow in the International Society for Optics and Photonics

Gonzalo Arce, Charles Black Evans Professor in the University of Delaware’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has been named a Fellow of SPIE, the International Society for Optics and Photonics.

Arce is one of 88 new SPIE Fellows named in 2019. In order to attain this status, members of this society must “become distinguished through outstanding contributions in the relevant technologies, service to the society, and service to the general optics and photonics community,” according to SPIE.

Arce was selected for achievements in computational imaging. His research interests include computational imaging and spectroscopy, signal processing, and the analysis and processing of massive data. Active fields of research include compressive sensing, sparse signal representation, data science, spectroscopy, computational imaging and computational lithography.

As principal investigator or co-principal investigator, Arce has been responsible for close to $25 million in research funding from various Department of Defense organizations, the National Science Foundation (NSF), and industry. His latest grant from NSF, which began in 2018, focuses on blue-noise graph sampling, using novel methods to capture interesting phenomena in nature with graphs. He holds 15 patents and has written 154 peer-reviewed articles, five books and 22 book chapters.

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