Professor Mark A. Neifeld, who holds a joint appointment in electrical and computer engineering and optical sciences, has been named a 2014 SPIE fellow. SPIE is the International Society for Optics and Photonics.
The fellowships recognize SPIE members for outstanding technical contributions within the organization.
Neifeld was selected for his achievements in computational imaging, compressive sensing and applications of information theory. He has been a guest editor for the SPIE newsletter, co-chaired the Visual Information Processing Conference and served as a member of the SPIE executive committee, among other leadership roles.
Neifeld, who joined the ECE faculty in 1991, has published more than 115 papers in peer-reviewed journals and obtained several patents from his research.