Professor Mats Viberg received the PhD degree in Automatic Control from Linköping University, Sweden in 1989. He has held academic positions at Linköping University and visiting Scholarships at Stanford University and Brigham Young University, USA. Since 1993, Dr. Viberg is a professor of Signal Processing at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden. During 1999-2004 he served as the Chair of the Department of Signals and Systems. From 2011 to 2017, he served as First Vice President at Chalmers University of Technology and during 2017 to August 31, 2018, he was chairing the department of Architecture and Civil Engineering at the same university. As of September 1, 2018, he has been appointed Vice Chancellor at Bleking Institute of Technology, Karlskrona, Sweden. Dr. Viberg's research interests are in Statistical Signal Processing and its various applications, including Antenna Array Signal Processing, System Identification, Wireless Communications, Radar Systems and Automotive Signal Processing. Dr. Viberg has served in various capacities in the IEEE Signal Processing Society, including Chair of the Technical Committee (TC) on Signal Processing Theory and Methods (2001-2003) Chair of the TC on Sensor Array and Multichannel (2011-2012), Associate Editor of the Transactions on Signal Processing (2004-2005), member of the Awards Board (2005-2007), and member at large of the Board of Governors (2010-2012). Dr. Viberg has received 2 Paper Awards from the IEEE Signal Processing Society (1993 and 1999 respectively), and the Excellent Research Award from the Swedish Research Council (VR) in 2002. Dr Viberg is a Fellow of the IEEE since 2003, and his research group received the 2007 EURASIP European Group Technical Achievement Award. In 2008, Dr. Viberg was elected into the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (KVA). He is the co-recipient of the 2019 Sustained Impact Paper Award from the IEEE Signal Processing Society.
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