Heath Named One of 2016’s Highly Cited Researchers
D-STOP researcher Robert Heath has been recognized as a Highly Cited Researcher. The Highly Cited Researchers list from Clarivate Analytics (formerly the IP and Science business of Thomson Reuters) is a list released annually that recognizes researchers from around the globe leading the way in the field of sciences and social sciences, and represents some of the “world’s most influential scientific minds.” Highly Cited Papers are surveyed over an 11-year period from journals indexed in the Web of Science Core Collection and rank in the top 1% by citations according to their Essential Science Indicators field and publication year. Data used to determine the selection of HCR came from ESI, 2004–2014, and included 128,887 Highly Cited Papers.
Robert Heath is a Texas ECE Cullen Trust Endowed Professor, Fellow of IEEE, and is a member of the Wireless Networking and Communications Group. He is also president and CEO of MIMO Wireless Inc. and Chief Innovation Officer at Kuma Signals LLC. Dr. Heath has been an Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Communication, an Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, and Lead Guest Editor for an IEEE Journal on Selected Topics in Signal Processing special issue on Heterogeneous Networks. His research interests include limited feedback techniques, multihop networking, multiuser and multicell MIMO, interference alignment, adaptive video transmission, manifold signal processing, and millimeter wave communication techniques. Heath was a co-author of best paper IEEE GLOBECOM 2015, 2010 and 2013 EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking best paper awards, the 2012 Signal Processing Magazine best paper award, a 2013 Signal Processing Society best paper award, the 2014 EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing best paper award, the 2014 Journal of Communications and Networks best paper award, the 2016 IEEE Communications Society Fred W. Ellersick Prize, and the 2016 IEEE Communications Society and Information Theory Society Joint Paper Award.