M. Imran Hayee0000-0002-4047-3676
M Imran Hayee is an associate professor and director of graduate studies in the electrical and computer engineering department at the University of Minnesota Duluth. His research interests are in the areas of communication systems, optical fiber communication, digital signal processing and medical instrumentation. He completed his Ph. D. from University of Southern California, Los Angeles in Dec 1998. After completing his Ph. D., he worked in Forward Looking Work Group of Tyco Submarine Systems, formerly known as Bell Laboratories, in New Jersey for two years performing research on techniques to improve system performance of trans-oceanic optical fiber communications systems. He later joined a startup company (currently part of Level 3 Communications) working on research and development of the state-of-the-art telecommunications products. After spending about 4 years, in that startup company, he joined University of Minnesota Duluth in Fall 2004. Since then, he has continued his research work on optical fiber communications systems, digital signal processing and medical instrumentation. Dr. Hayee is an editorial board member of Bentham’s open journal of Recent Patents on Signal Processing, and Hindawi’s journal of ISNR Communication. He was technical committee member of international conference on Frontiers in Information Technology (FIT), 2009, and is technical co-chair of FIT 2010. He is also senior member of IEEE. Dr. Hayee holds 13 US patents and has published 46 research articles in distinguished journals and conferences.
Biography Updated on 4 July 2010