Peter Stoica

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Professor Peter Stoica

Peter (Petre) Stoica[1] (born 1949) is a researcher and educator in the field of signal processing and its applications to radar/sonar, communications and bio-medicine.[2][3][4] He is a professor of Signal and System Modeling at Uppsala University in Sweden, and a Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, the United States National Academy of Engineering (Foreign Member), the Romanian Academy (foreign honorary, since 1991),[5] the European Academy of Sciences,[6] and the Royal Society of Sciences. He is also a Fellow of IEEE,[7] EURASIP,[8] and the Royal Statistical Society.

He is known for his theoretical contributions to system identification and modeling, spectral analysis, array signal processing, space-time coding, and waveform design for active sensing. His practical contributions include the areas of wireless communications, microwave imaging for breast cancer detection, radar/sonar systems, acoustic source mapping, landmine and explosive detection, and magnetic resonance spectroscopy and imaging. His books on System Identification, Spectral Analysis, and Space-Time Coding for Wireless Communications have been used in both undergraduate and graduate courses and are highly cited (his works rank in the top 1% by citations for the field of engineering).[9] He has been included on the ISI list of the 250 most highly cited researchers in engineering in the world.[10][11]

Selected Awards[edit]

Selected publications[edit]

(out of 750 scientific papers and 30 books and book chapters[26])

  1. T. Söderström and P. Stoica, System Identification. Prentice-Hall, London, United Kingdom, 1989 (Paperback Edition 1994, Polish Edition 1997). [4]
  2. P. Stoica and R. Moses, Introduction to Spectral Analysis. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, USA, 1997. available for download.
  3. P. Stoica and A. Nehorai, Music, Maximum likelihood and the Cramér-Rao bound. IEEE Trans. Acoustics, Speech, Signal Processing, vol. ASSP-37, 720-741, 1989.[27]
  4. E Larsson and P Stoica,Space-Time Block Coding For Wireless Communications. Cambridge University Press, UK, 2003 (Chinese Edition, 2006).[28]
  5. P Stoica and R Moses, Spectral Analysis of Signals. Prentice Hall, NJ, 2005 (Chinese Edition, 2007). available for download.
  6. H Sampath, P Stoica and A Paulraj, Generalized linear precoder and decoder design for MIMO channels using the weighted MMSE criterion. IEEE Trans Comm, vol 49, 2198-2206, 2001.[29]
  7. A Scaglione, P Stoica, S Barbarossa, G Giannakis and H Sampath. Optimal designs for space-time linear precoders and decoders. IEEE Trans Signal Processing, vol 50, 1051-1064, 2002.[30]
  8. J Li, P Stoica and Z Wang, On robust Capon beamforming and diagonal loading. IEEE Trans Signal Process, vol 51, 1702-1715, 2003.[31]
  9. J Li and P Stoica, MIMO radar with colocated antennas: review of some recent work. IEEE Signal Processing Mag., 106-114, September, 2007.[32]
  10. P. Stoica and A. Nehorai, Performance study of conditional and unconditional direction of arrival estimation. IEEE Trans. Acoust., Speech, Signal Process., vol. ASSP-38, 1783-1795, Oct. 1990.[33]

Citation counts for the above publications can be found at: Google Scholar page.