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									Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin

Prof. Brian L. Evans
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Robert and Jane Mitchell Faculty Fellow Prof. Evans is an IEEE Fellow "for contributions to multicarrier communications and image display". In multicarrier communications, his group developed the first linear complexity algorithm that allocates resources to optimize bit rates in multiuser wireless systems (for cellular and WiMax basestations) and is realizable in fixed-point hardware/software. His group also developed the first ADSL equalizer training method that maximizes a measure of bit rate and is realizable in real-time fixed-point software. In image display, his group's primary contribution is in design, analysis, and quality assessment of image halftoning by error diffusion for real-time processing by printers. He has published over 180 refereed journal and conference papers. Education PhDEE MSEE BSEECS Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Institute of Technology Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology UT Austin UT Austin UT Austin UC Berkeley 1993 1988 1987

Experience

Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Post-Doctoral Researcher

Sep. 2005 – present Sep. 2000 – Aug. 2005 Sep. 1996 – Aug. 2000 Oct. 1993 – Aug.1996

Honors

IEEE Fellow for “contributions to multicarrier communications & image display” NSF CAREER Award in image and video processing systems (1997) Title Senior RF/Comm. Eng. Senior Hardware Engineer System Engineer Pennsylvania State Univ. Research Scientist Senior Staff Software Eng. Associate Professor Principal Engineer Research Scientist Assistant Professor Staff System Design Eng. Principal Scientist Senior Software Engineer Associate Professor Vice President of Eng. Member of Technical Staff Graduated May 2007 Aug. 2006 May 2006 Aug. 2005 Aug. 2004 Aug. 2004 May 2004 May 2003 Dec. 2002 Dec. 2001 Dec. 2000 Dec. 2000 Dec. 2000 Aug. 1999 Aug. 1998 Aug. 1998

PhD Graduates Supervised at UT Austin Name Employer Ian Wong National Instruments Kyungtae Han Intel Research Labs Zukang Shen Datang Mobile Vishal Monga ** Assistant Professor Serene Banerjee HP Research Labs Ming Ding Broadcom Dogu Arifler East. Mediterranean Univ. Milos Milosevic Schlumberger Wade Schwartzkopf Integrity Applications Clint Slatton @ Univ. of Florida Guner Arslan ST-Ericsson N. Damera-Venkata # HP Research Labs Biao Lu OpenSoft Murat Torlak Univ. of Texas at Dallas Thomas Kite Audio Precision Dong Wei AT&T Research Labs

@ Clint Slatton received the Army Young Investigator Award in 2007 and the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) in 2007. # N. Damera-Venkata received a Best Paper award at the Projector-Camera Systems Workshop and made PC Magazine’s list of "five ideas that will re-invent modern computing”, both in 2007.

Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin Funding $2.2M to my individual research group Current funding from Intel, National Instruments, Qualcomm, and Schlumberger Past funding from Accelerix, Altera, ARPA, Freescale Semiconductor, HP Labs, Motorola, NSF, Rockwell Semiconductor, The State of Texas, Texas Instruments, and Xerox Teaching Awards Gordon Lepley IV Memorial Teaching Award, Dept. of ECE, UT Austin, 2008 Nominated for CSE Graduate Eng. Council Faculty Appreciation Award, 2003 IEEE Student Chapter Award for “Most Animated Class'”, 2000 EE 313 Linear Systems & Signals (faculty coordinator) EE 345S Real-time Digital Signal Processing Laboratory (1,000+ alumni) EE 381K-14 Multidimensional Digital Signal Processing EE 382C-9 Embedded Software Systems Service IEEE Design and Implementation of Signal Processing Systems Technical Committee On seven technical program committees for conferences each year Organized three conferences (including one in Austin) Associate Editor for two IEEE transactions (signal and image processing) Reviewer for 9 journals and 11 conferences Faculty Council, Engineering representative Faculty Council Committee of Counsel on Academic Freedom and Responsibility ECE Budget Council Graduate Assembly, Engineering representative Faculty Council Committee of Responsibilities, Rights, and Welfare of Graduate Student Academic Employees (TAs, AIs, and RAs) ECE Graduate Studies Committee Graduate ECE admissions co-coordinator for computer engineering track (largest) ECE Curriculum Focus Group, 2009 Advisor to ECE Dept. Chair on course scheduling and course offerings Advisor to ECE Dept. Chair on TA/adjunct allocations and TA/adjunct hiring Digital Arts & Media Bridging Disciplines Program (Provost’s Office) Chair and chief architecture of undergraduate ECE curriculum reform, 2000-2001

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