Princeton University

School of Engineering & Applied Science

Lihe Zou
Graduate Student
Graduation Year: 
1984
Thesis Title: 
On Resolution of 2-D Spectral Estimation: As Applied to Sinusoids in White Noise
Advisor: 
Bede Liu
Current Employer: 
Louisiana Tech University

Lihe Zou is a professor at Louisiana Tech University in USA, where he is the Entergy LP&P Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering.
He is involved in research and teaching in the areas of digital signal processing, radar signal processing, stochastic process, telecommunications, wireless networking and related fields.
Before joining Louisiana Tech faculty in 1990, he was an associate professor, then a professor at Xian jiaotong University in China, where he served as the Associate Dean of Research Institute of Information and Control Engineering.
He has held Guest Professorship at several universities outside US, including Qindao Science and Technology University and Tsinghua University(2003) both in China. He is also a Technical Advisor at Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC), USA.