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Al Hero gets a shoutout from the court

Hero was recognized as part of a program that sheds light on the University's most distinguished faculty.| Short Read
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Alfred O. Hero, received the spotlight at Tuesday evening’s basketball game against Indiana. He was recognized as part of a program to shine the light on the University’s most distinguished faculty.

Prof. Hero, an internationally recognized expert in the field of signal and image processing, is the R. Jamison and Betty Williams Professor of Engineering, and co-director of the recently launched Michigan Institute for Data Science (MIDAS).

His recent research interests are in the data science of high dimensional spatio-temporal data, statistical signal processing, and machine learning. Of particular interest are applications to networks, including social networks, multi-modal sensing and tracking, database indexing and retrieval, imaging, biomedical signal processing, and biomolecular signal processing.

Here are some of the articles about Al’s accomplishments

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