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Robert Moore
Dr. Richard Moore
Professor Emeritus, EECS
University of Kansas
Dr. Richard Moore
Professor Emeritus of Computer and Electrical Engineering at the University of Kansas, is a pioneer in the field of microwave-based satellite remote sensing, a prolific inventor of new remote-sensing devices that helped revolutionize mapping and monitoring of the Earth's surface. He is also a major contributor to understanding how microwave signals vary with surface characteristics.

Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Cornell University, 1951
B.S., Electrical Engineering, Washington University, 1943

Teaching duties
Advises graduate students

Honors and Awards
Australia Prize for Remote Sensing, 1995
Italian Center for Remote Sensing Award, 1995
Fellow AAAS 1993
National Academy of Engineering, 1989
KU Irvin Youngberg Award in the Applied Sciences, 1989
KU Louise E. Byrd Graduate Educator Award, 1984
IEEE Centennial Award, 1984
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society Distinguished Achievement Award, 1982
IEEE Council on Oceanic Engineering Outstanding Technical Achievement Award, 1978
Alumni Achievement Award, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Washington University, 1978
Life Fellow IEEE (Fellow in 1962)

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