Professor Eric Miller received a B.S. in 1990, an M.S. in 1992, and a Ph.D. in 1994, all in electrical engineering and computer science at MIT. He is a professor in and the chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Tufts School of Engineering and holds adjunct appointments in the Departments of Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering. His research interests include physics-based tomographic image formation and object characterization, inverse problems in general and inverse scattering in particular, regularization, statistical signal and imaging processing, and computational physical modeling.
Professor Eric Miller's research interests include physics-based tomographic image formation and object characterization, inverse problems, regularization, statistical signal and imaging processing, and computational physical modeling. This work has been carried out in the context of applications including medical imaging, nondestructive evaluation, environmental monitoring and remediation, landmine and unexploded ordnance remediation, and automatic target detection and classification.
- 2016: Senior Design Mentoring Award, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Tufts University
- 2012: Co-PI, Project-of-the-Year Award for Environmental Restoration, SERDP
- 2012: Elected Fellow, IEEE
- 2005: Elected Member, Electromagnetics Academy, MIT
- 2002: Outstanding Research Award, Northeastern University College of Engineering
- 1996: CAREER Award, National Science Foundation
- 1992: Recipient, Graduate Fellowship, Air Force Office of Scientific Research