Faculty Profile - Mark A Richards
|Principal Research Engineer; Adjunct Professor|
Digital Signal Processing
Office: Klaus 3354
Dr. Richards grew up in Houston, Texas. He earned the B.E.E. from Georgia Tech in 1974 and the M.S. E.E. from Stanford University in 1976. After a brief stint with ESL, Inc. he returned to Georgia Tech to complete his Ph.D. in the area of short-time Fourier analysis with application to helium speech enhancement.
Dr. Richards spent most of the next 20 years with the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), researching various aspects of radar signal processing and embedded signal processors. His last position there was Chief of the Radar Systems Division in GTRI's Sensors & Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory. In the mid-1990s, he served on loan to DARPA as the Program Manager for the Rapid Prototyping of Application Specific Signal Processors (RASSP) program.
In 2002, Dr. Richards transferred to ECE, where he concentrates on teaching academic and distance learning courses, continues research in embedded processing and radar imaging, and aids in federal research development for the School and Institute.
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Last revised on May 03, 2013.