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John M.M.
Anderson

Contact

Office: 
Office of the Dean, 2366 6th Street, N.W., Suite 100
Phone: 
(202) 806-6565
Email: 
j_m_anderson@howard.edu

Faculty Details

Rank: 
Interim Dean and Professor
Education: 

Brown University, 1985, Sc.B, Electrical Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology, 1987, MSEE, Electrical Engineering
University of Virginia, 1992, Ph.D., Electrical Engineering

Speciality: 

Image Processing, Signal Processing, Medical Imaging

Research: 

Dr. Anderson's general research interests lie in the areas of signal and image processing. Currently, the problem of reconstructing images for impulse and step frequency ground penetrating radar systems is receiving his greatest attention. In the past, he as developed image reconstruction algorithms for medical imaging modalities such as positron emission tomography and X-ray computed tomography.

Subjects Taught: 

1. Fundamentals of Signals and Systems
2. Communications Theory
3. Probability and Random Variables
4. Signal Processing I, II
5. Math Laboratory I, II

Detailed Information

News

Professor Charles Kim Receives 2019 VIP Consortium Award

Thu, December 5, 2019

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Professor Charles Kim received the 2019 VIP Consortium Outstanding Research and Dissemination Award for the Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) program at Howard University (VIP@Howard) for his “creation and leadership of the VIP site at Howard University, his introduction of VIP members of a consortium of HBCUs, and for very thought-provoking papers on VIP”. Dr. Kim currently serves as the VIP@Howard coordinator. Read More >>

Cooley Pays it Forward with Tech 4.0 STEAM Technology Teen Workshop

Fri, September 6, 2019

Computer Science Senior Jasmon Cooley is paying it forward with her non-profit startup Tech 4.0. Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Cooley witnessed the absence of engineers and information technology professionals in her environment. She recognized this as a lack of available opportunities and resources. Her goal is to create a pipeline for African American engineering talent, multiplying the number of African American engineers in the United States. Read More >>

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