Clyde Lettsome PhD, P.E., M.E.M has recently served as a technical reviewer for the upcoming IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) workshop on Signal Processing Education. The goal of the upcoming workshop is to bring together leading engineers, researchers, and educators in signal processing from around the world to discuss novel signal processing theories, methods, and applications. Dr. Lettsome is a rising expert in signal processing and was asked to review the articles submitted to this workshop.
“It was an honor to be asked to serve on the technical committee”, said Dr. Lettsome. “To me, this says that my hard work and years of dedication are paying off. I look forward to serving as a member of future technical committees.”
Dr. Lettsome has been dedicated to the science of signal processing since completing his B.S. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering and Engineering Management at the Florida Institute of Technology in 1999. Clyde Lettsome is also dedicated to educating others about the potentials of Signal Processing technologies. In the past, he has been an instructor in electrical engineering and was even awarded the Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant at the Georgia Institute of Technology and was a National Science Foundation (NSF) Student Teacher Enhancement Program Fellow.