Kudeki and Moulin receive undergraduate teaching awards
Kudeki was awarded the George Anner Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award which recognizes his contributions to the instructional program of ECE ILLINOIS through sustained excellence in teaching and guiding the undergraduate students.
The George Anner Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award is given in memoriam of George Anner who was a pioneer in the creation of undergraduate semiconductor fabrication laboratory courses in the 1960s and 70s. Anner also developed ECE 344 and is considered to be a visionary for his push for the department to move into solid-state electronics.
Kudeki received his PhD in electrical engineering from Cornell University in 1983 and joined the ECE ILLINOIS faculty in 1985. He also serves as the Associate Head and Chief Advisor for Undergraduate Affairs. His primary research area concerns remote sensing, and he is also affiliated with the CSL.
Moulin was chosen to receive the ECE Ronald W. Pratt Faculty Outstanding Teaching Award which recognizes his sustained excellence in undergraduate teaching and his guidance of the undergraduate students.
He received his DSc in electrical engineering from Washington University in 1990 and joined the ECE ILLINOIS faculty in 1996. His primary research area concerns signal processing and he is also affiliated with the CSL and the Beckman Institute.