Izzet Kale holds the B.S. (honors) degree in electrical and electronic engineering from the Polytechnic of Central London (England), the M.S. degree in the design and manufacture of microelectronic systems from Edinburgh University (Scotland), and the Ph.D. degree in techniques for reducing digital filter complexity from the University of Westminster (England). He joined the staff of the University of Westminster (formerly the Polytechnic of Central London) in 1984 and he has been with them since. He is currently a Professor of applied DSP and VLSI systems, leading the Applied DSP and VLSI Research Group at the University of Westminster. His research and teaching activities include digital and analogue signal processing, silicon circuit and system design, digital filter design and implementation, A/D and D/A sigma-delta converters. He is currently working on effciently implementable, low-power DSP algorithms/ architectures and sigma-delta modulator structures for use in the communications and biomedical industries.
Biography Updated on 26 February 2006