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Univ.-Prof. Dr. Mario Huemer

Portrait Mario Huemer
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Curriculum Vitae

Mario Huemer (mario.huemer@jku.at) received his Dipl.-Ing. and Dr.techn. degrees from the Johannes Kepler University (JKU) Linz, Austria, in 1996 and 1999, respectively. After holding positions in industry and academia he was an associate professor at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany, from 2004 to 2007, and a full professor at Klagenfurt University, Austria, from 2007 to 2013. From 2012 to 2013 he served as dean of the Faculty of Technical Sciences. In September 2013 Mario Huemer moved back to Linz, Austria, where he is now heading the Institute of Signal Processing at JKU Linz as a full professor. Since 2017 he is co-head of the “Christian Doppler Laboratory for Digitally Assisted RF Transceivers for Future Mobile Communications”.

His research focuses on statistical and adaptive signal processing, signal processing architectures and implementations, as well as mixed signal processing with applications in information and communications engineering, radio frequency and baseband integrated circuits, sensor and biomedical signal processing. Within these fields he has published more than 260 scientific papers.

Mario Huemer is member of the IEEE Signal Processing, the Circuits and Systems, the Microwave Theory and Techniques, and the Communications societies, the German Society of Information Technology (ITG), and the Austrian Electrotechnical Association (OVE). In 2000 Mario Huemer received the dissertation awards of the ITG and the Austrian Society of Information and Communications Technology (GIT), in 2010 the Austrian Kardinal Innitzer award in natural sciences, and in 2016 the German ITG award. From 2009 to 2015 he was member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Electronics and Communications (AEU), and from May 2017 to April 2019 he served as an associate editor for the IEEE Signal Processing Letters.