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Peter M Grant, OBE, BSc, PhD, DEng (Hon x2), FREng<= /span>, FRSE,

FIEE, FIEEE, Eurasip= Fellow


C U R R I C U L U M<= span style=3D'mso-spacerun:yes'>   V I T A E


1. Home Address

9 Gran= ge Road, Edinburgh, <= st1:PostalCode w:st=3D"on">EH9 1UQ (0131-667 5189)


2. Present Post

Emeritus Regius Prof= essor of Engineering

University of Edinburgh, The King’s Buildings, Edinburgh, EH9 3JL, Scotl= and, UK. (031 650 5569)



3. Place of Birth

1944, St Andrews, Fife, Scotland.


4. Nationality



5. Marital Status

Married; 2 daughters, born in 1975 and 1977.


6. Education

1972-1975 University of Edinburgh PhD (part-time) for thesis entitled: ‘The Design of Surface

Acoustic Wave Filters and Applications in Future Communication Systems’.

1962-1966 Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh BSc (Hons) in Elect= rical and Electronic Engineering. Awarded 2nd year class medal.=

1955-1962 Strathallan School, Forgandenny, Perth= shire, GCE Certificate at Ordinary, Advanced

and Scholarship level.


7. Professional Recognition

Life Fellow of Institute of Electrical and Elect= ronics Engineers, New York (LFIEEE).

Fellow of Royal Academy of Engineer= ing (FREng).

Fellow of Royal Society of Edinburgh (FRSE).

Fellow of Institution of Engineering and Technol= ogy, formerly Electrical Engineers, London


President, European Association for Signal, Spee= ch and Image Processing (EURASIP) 2000-2002.

Elected in 2007 one of the first four researcher= s to be elevated to ’EURASIP Fellow’, the Association’s= new most prestigious honour.


8. Prizes, Honours a= nd Awards

2009 Queens Birthday Honour= s invested as an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE).=

2007 awarded an honorary DE= ng degree from Edinburgh Napier University.

2006 awarded an honorary DE= ng degree from the Heriot-Watt University.

2005 awarded the EURASIP Meritorious Service = award for fundamental activities in

adaptive signal processing and CDMA as well as 10 years committment to EURASIP.=

Awarded the 82nd (2004) Faraday Medal by the Institution of Electrical Engineers for outstanding contributions to si= gnal processing.

Appointed by the IEEE Signal Processing Society = (USA) in 1998 to be one of their distinguished lecturers on DSP in mobile communications.

Five paper premia aw= ards are listed under the research interests section.


9. Career Summary


Permanent Appointments

2009- Senior Honorary Professorial Fellow.<= /o:p>

2002-2008 Head of School of Engineering & Electronics.

The School had 87 teaching staff and a total sal= aried staff complement of 200 plus 155 PhD students, 80 MSc<= /span> and 1000+ undergraduates.

1999-2002 Head of Department of Electronics and = Electrical Engineering..=

30 teaching staff and 95 total salaried staff complement plus 60 PhD students.

2007-2009 Regius Pro= fessor of Engineering, Universit= y of Edinburgh

1987-2007 Professor of Electronic Signal Process= ing, University of Edinburgh

Awarded a personal chair in Electronic Signal Processing, where he lead until 1999 the

Department’s signal processing research gr= oup activities and investigated actively future research

activities for the group in mobile communication= s, through collaboration with industrial companies. The major recent achieveme= nts are in new signal processing algorithms for smart antenna base-stations and multi-user detection for CDMA systems.

1982-1987 Reader, Electrical Engineering, University of Edinburgh

His research contributions during this period we= re in lattice, frequency domain and block adaptive transversal and nonlinear filt= er structures for the design of faster converging adaptive equalisers for radio communication applications. He lead the signal processing research group from 1982-1999.

1976-1982 Lecturer, Electrical Engineering, University of Edinburgh

Responsibility for teaching communications, elec= tronic circuits, signal processing and systems

design. He extended his earlier research activit= ies with emphasis on the design of a range of wideband analogue Fourier transfo= rm processor for signal intercept, analysis and processing.<= /p>

1971-1976 Research Fellow, Electrical Engineerin= g, University of Edinburgh

Initially he studied the design and applications= of surface acoustic wave (SAW) programmable analogue matched filters in communication systems including SAW delay stabilised oscillators, discrete Fourier transform processors and fast, coherent, frequency hopped synthesisers. Notable

achievements in this period were in the analysis, design and construction of switching circuits for

SAW programmable filters and matched filters for spread spectrum communication systems.

1970-1971 Senior Applications Engineer, Hughes Microelectronics Ltd., Glenrothes

Responsibility for the development of an electro= nic coin recognition system, which was ultimately implemented as a metal oxide silicon (MOS) custom integrated circuit.

1966-1970 Development Engineer, Radio Systems Un= it, Plessey Company Ltd, Havant

Design of digital frequency synthesisers and standards for the Clansman mobile radio communications system, including early integrated circuit designs.


Temporary Positions

2009 Visiting Fellow, Department of Electrical Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey.

2008 Visiting Professor, Department of Electrica= l and Computer Engineering, Rice University, Houston, Texas.

2006-2008 Honorary Professor, School of Engineering and Physical Scie= nces, Heriot-Watt University,Edinburgh.

2005-2007 Deputy Director  and Director from 2007-2009 Edinbur= gh Research Partnership (ERPem).=

He led the Edinburgh activity in 2004 in proposing to SFC that UoE a= nd Heriot-W= att University form a research partnership in Engineering and Mathematics, subsequently co-chaired the Executive Board.

1997-2008 Project Alba ISLI Education/Management Committee chairmanship and, from 2004, University of Edinb= urgh Board representative.

The Institute for System Level Integration (ISLI= ) was a four-University collaboration on VLSI system design involving re-usable intellectual property (IP) designs. He chaired the education

team which met on 15 occasions to prepare the or= iginal £5M bid for funding. He has subsequently chaired the Management Committee, comprising the HoDs and ISLI Directo= r, from the Institute’s formation in 1997 which has involved over 55 mee= tings. Since 2004 he served as the UoE Board (Director= ) representative.

1987-1990 Associate Director, Silicon Architectu= res Research Initiative, Edinburgh= .

Initiated, with Professor P B Denyer, a jointly sponsored National Electronics Research Initiative

(NERI) between <= st1:place w:st=3D"on">UK industrial electronics com= panies and the Department of Trade and Industry

(DTI) for the design of a new CAD tool for impro= ving layout of custom circuits. This involved GEC, Racal, STL, British Aerospace= , Plessey and Wolfson Microelectronics each seconding sta= ff to the University for 3 years with a value of £2.1M.

1985-1986 Visiting Staff Member, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Linco= ln Laboratory

Invited by MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington, Massachusetts to research in radar and optical image processing. Investigated neural netw= ork implementations of feature extraction algorithms and provided the first demonstration of a SAW storage correlator wideb= and adaptive filter.

1977-1978 Visiting Assistant Professor, Electric= al Engineering, Stanford University

Invited to the Ginzton Laboratory, Stanford University, Stanford, California where he supervi= sed the design of a digital phased array acoustic imaging system for non-destructive testing and developed new SAW acousto<= /span>-electric storage correlator applications.


10. Research Interests



His primary interests are applying signal and information processing techniques for application in

communication and radar systems. He has a contin= uing interest in the research he conducted during the 1970’s on military spread spectrum communication and electronic support measures equipment for= the gathering, analysis, sorting and classification of electronic signals. Most= of his research has been stimulated by electronic systems requirements and he maintains regular contact with many civil service and private industrial research and development laboratories.

Initially, his research interests were in SAW de= vices and in particular programmable analogue

matched filters, employing hybrid microelectronic switching matrices, for detecting phase coded

waveforms. He pioneered the application of these programmable devices as spread spectrum communication receivers. He also ma= de significant contributions to the design of SAW discrete Fourier transform processors, for the realisation of fast, cohere= nt, frequency hopped waveform synthesisers, and investigated their application to wideband signal analysis. These processor= s, which were more compact than digital processors, were used as low power, wideband spectrum analysers for signal intercep= t and for FSK detection in satellite communication systems.

Throughout the 1980’s he initiated and supervised studies on the design of digital adaptive filters.

This covered the use of linear tapped transversa= l, lattice, frequency domain ‘fast convolution’ and

neural network based nonlinear equaliser techniques. This latter work has investigated both Vol= terra series and radial basis function (RBF) structures. The work on adaptive RBF structures provides quantifiable and significant performance improvements o= ver linear adaptive filters and this fact has been recogni= sed by a premium award, reprinting of his published results in research monogra= phs and regular citations. The particularly significant RBF paper no. 58 in Appendix D on the orthogonal least squares processor design, which now has received over 1,000 citations. This high number results from both its widespread applicability in the training of linear-in-the-parameter neural networks and its subsequent adoption by researchers in the sparse signal representation community as a computionally eff= icient method for orthogonal matching pursuit.

These supervised studies on linear and nonlinear adaptive filter based receivers have widespread

applications in interference cancellation and equalisation for communications systems ranging from = speechband data modems, spread spectrum systems, to l= ine of sight digital microwave radio-relay equipments.

With the resurgence of interest in civilian spre= ad spectrum or code division multiple access (CDMA) systems he instigated the investigation of new receiver designs. These offer increased subscriber cap= acity through adaptive interference cancellation, and achieve improved performanc= e in multipath propagation scenarios, through receiv= er adaptive filtering and array processing. The Edinburgh group is recognised internationally for its pioneering contributions on CDMA multi-user detecti= on techniques as they were one of the first groups to investigate this techniq= ue through the design of signal dependent (adaptive) receivers, see next section. Also their contributions to cellular basestation arr= ay processing, through the use of advanced DSP techniques for reducing the spatial interference, are internationally recognised. I= n 2002 and again in 2007 he was elected to the executive board of the Mobile VCE, = the UK industry-academia collaborative programme in mo= bile systems research.


Paper Premium awards

In 1974 and again in 1977 he was awarded the Bulgin premium from the then Institution of Electroni= c and Radio Engineers, see Publications, papers no. 4 & 13. In 1982 he was awarded their Lord Mountbatten premium for a review paper no. 23. In 1994 he was awarded both the IEE Marconi and J. Langham Thompson premia for two separate papers nos 65 & 68.


Research Contracts

He has prepared the initial proposals and acted = as principal investigator on over 30 EPSRC sponsored research grants, see Appe= ndix A. He has also been involved in conducting 18 research contracts for indust= rial companies, 8 infrastructure awards, Appendix A, and acts as an occasional consultant.


PhD supervision

He has been responsible for directly supervising= 19 PhD programmes, Appendix C, up to the time=

when he moved to the HoD/Ho= S position.


Publications, Textbooks and Patents

Included in over 400 publications, are four book= s and eight book chapters. The most significant of these are the undergraduate textbooks on Digital Signal Processing (350pp) published by Macmillan/Palgrave in 1998 and Digital Communications (730pp) published by Prentice-Hall/Pearson Education in 1997, with enlarged second editions of both these books (380 pp and 1,000 pp respectively) published in 2003 and 2004. The Digital Communications first edition was reprinted in 19= 98, and twice in 2000, with also a China Machine Press = english language reprint for the second edition in 2004 and a chinese translated abbreviated edition published in 2006. There is also a 2008 Indian reprint edition and a full third edition was published in 2009. The = signal processing textbook was reprinted and translated into = Tiawanese in 2000, is the adopted textbook for the University of Oxford/IET continuing education course on DSP.

His previous research monograph "Adaptive Filters" which was published in 1985 in the Prentice-Hall Signal Processing Series was also reprinted and translated into Russian in 1988.

He has published over 125 refereed papers and le= tters, predominantly in the Transactions and Proceedings of the IEEE (USA) and IEE (UK). He has 2 substantive 30+ page research reviews in publications nos. 36 & 52.


Invited presentations

The list of invited papers at conferences, sympo= sia and other scientific meetings, which are formally published, are given in Publications Appendix with the † symbol.

In 1998 he was appointed by the IEEE Signal Processing Society to be one of their distinguished lecturers on= DSP for Mobile Communications. In this capacity he presented lectures at 25 = locations over five continents.

In addition the following invited presentations = were given without a formal publication:

At SRC Seminar on Signal Processing, Royal Signa= ls and Radar Establishment, Malvern, November 1978: "Signal Processing with S= AW Devices".

At Applied Physics Seminar, Royal Signals and Ra= dar Establishment, Malvern, May 1980: "Novel Signal Processing for Military Systems. US vs UK Developments".

At Bogazici University in Istanbul and both Hechettepe and the Middle East Technical = Universities in Ankara, Turkey, M= arch 1984: "Recent Advances in Signal Processing" and "Analogue a= nd Digital Gradient Search Adaptive Filters": (British Council Sponsored Visit).

At Applied Physics Seminar, Royal Signals and Ra= dar Establishment, Malvern, April 1987: "Recent Advances in US Analogue Si= gnal Processing."

At DTI Communications & Distributed Systems Meeting, London, September 1990: "Review of Signal Processing".<= /p>

At Ngee Ann Polytech= nic, Singapore, August 1991: Series of six lectures on Signal Processing.=

At IEE International Conference on DSP in Communications, Loughborough, September 1991: Tutorial on "Signal Processing".

At JFIT ITE Symposium on Intelligent Modelling and Control, Didcot, May 1993, "Nonlinear Architectures for Equalisati= on and System Modelling".

At IEEE UKRI Communications Chapter lecture, London, October 1= 993, "Applications of Radial

Basis Functions".

At IEEE Workshop on Signal Processing Methods in= Multipath Environments - Glasgow, April 1995, Keynote Address "Nonlinear Architectures for Alleviating Multipat= h Responses in Communications Receivers".

At ICOOS National Belgian Seminar, "Nonline= ar Filtering", March 1996.

European Mobile Personal Communications Systems course, lectures: Kaiserslautern, July 1995;

Lille, July 1997; Delft, September 1998; Ulm, July 1999; Aalborg, July 2000.

Distinguished Visitor at National University of Singapore: 4 lectures, November 1998.

At IEE Open Forum, "CDMA Array Processing&q= uot;, London, 1 July 19= 99.

Tutorial at IEEE PIMRC, Os= aka with R Kohno, "Adaptive Array Antennas for Mobi= le CDMA",

September 1999.

At European Microwave week, Munich, with J S Thompson, "Adapti= ve Antenna Strategies for Multimedia Communications", Smart Antennas Workshop, 6 October 1999.

At Royal Society of Edinburgh, Foresight Seminar, "ITE= C/ICM Research in Scottish Universities", 20 March 2000.

At Kolloquium uber Elektronik und Nachrichtentechnik at ETH, Zurich, "Base= station Array Processing for CDMA Mobile Systems", 3 April 2000.

At Royal Society of Edinbu= rgh with S Kano of NTT Japan, "Mobile Phone Technology: Communicating Speech and Data Beyond 2000", 18 April 2000.=

At Seminarraum des Instututs fur Nachrichtentechnik und Wellenausbreitung, TU-Graz, with J S

Thompson, "Antenna Array Processing for CDM= A Mobile Systems", 24 June 2002.

At Telecommunications Forum of TU-Vienna and FTW= , with J S Thompson, "Multiple Antenna

Transmitter/Receiver Processing for CDMA Mobile Systems", 28 June 2002.

At 3rd International Symposium on Communication Systems, Networks and DSP, Stafford, wit= h J S Thompson, "Antenna Array Processing Algorithms for Enhanced Capacity Cellular Systems",

Keynote address, 16 July 2002.=

At International Symposium on Broadband Communications, Harrogate, with J S Thompson, "MIMO Array Processing for High Capacity Wireless Systems", Keyno= te address, 13 December 2004.

At IEEE International Conference on Communicatio= ns, Glasgow, "MIM= O Array Processing", Keynote address, 25 June 2007.

At EUSIPCO 2007, Poznan, = Poland, with J S Thompson, "Review of Real World MIMO System Performance"= , 8 September 2007.

At Digital Concept Partners - General Assembly, = Osaka, Japan, wit= h J S Thompson, "Real World

MIMO Systems: Design and Performance", Keyn= ote address, 9 September 2008.

At UK Trade and Investment Seminar, Tokyo, Japan= , with J S Thompson, "MIMO Systems & Mobile VCE Research Opportunities&qu= ot;, Keynote address, 11 September 2008.

At Princeton Electrical Engineering, Information Sciences and Systems Seminar, "Gre= en Radio -

Towards Sustainable Wireless Networks", 23 = April 2009.

At Workshop on Green Computing, Centre for Auton= omic Computing at Rutgers University, "Green Radio the case for more effici= ent cellular base-stations," 4 May 2009.

At Princeton Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education Seminar, "Connexions: the Open Access Educational Archive for Global UG/PG Education," 18 May 2009.

At Princeton Electrical Engineering, Information Sciences and Systems Seminar, "MIM= O: Propagation, Testbeds and TCSM Receiver Designs", 21 May 2009.

At University Defence Research Center Launch Meeting, Imperial<= /st1:PlaceName> College, "Sign= al Processing

Developments for Defence Applications", 4 November 2009.

Globecom Plenary Address "Green Radio - The Case fo= r More Efficient Cellular Base-stations", 9 December 2010. =

At IET Scotland<= /st1:country-region> "Cellular Phone Evolution: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow", Edinburgh, 17 Octo= ber 2012.

Arkwright Trust Scholarship Awards Principal Guest "= Innovations in Engineering", Glasgow<= /st1:place>, 2 November 2012.


11. Teaching


University Teaching

He has been involved in developing courses and laboratories for and lecturing to undergraduate students on electrical theo= ry, analogue and digital electronic circuits, signal processing and communicati= ons in all years of the BEng, MEn= g and MSc courses.


Undergraduate and Postgraduate Teaching

1986-87 1st Year BEng - Engineering Instrumentation

1987-88 1st Year BEng - Electrical Engineering

1978-81 2nd Year BSc= - Electrical Theory

1981-85 2nd Year BSc= - Electronic Circuits

1976-77 3rd Year BSc= - Electronic Circuits

1978-80 3rd Year BSc= - Communication Systems

1986-88 3rd Year BSc= - Analogue Communications

2004-07 3rd Year BEng - Communication Engineering (part)

1983-85 4th Year BSc= - Digital Communications

1989-2009 4th Year BEng/MEn= g - Digital Communications

1991-99 4th Year BEng/MEng<= /span> - Signal Processing

1979-82 MSc - System= Design with Microelectronic Devices

1987-89 MSc - Implem= entation and Application of Signal Processing

2004-2009 MSc - Digi= tal Communications Fundamentals (level 11 from 2006)


Won in 2004 three years of Royal Academy of Engineering funding, Appendix A, to introduce novel multidisciplinary group design teaching of Integrated System Engineering to the MEng classes. This spans all 4 engineering disciplines in the School and permits= the appointment of 3 Visiting Professors from industry which received special praise from our professional institution accreditation visiting panels. In = 2007 this funded was not tapered or reduced but was provided in full for a furth= er two years up to 2009.


Continuing Education/CPD

He was responsible for initiating in 1980 a cont= inuing education course entitled "An Introduction to Analogue and Digital Sig= nal Processing". This course, comprises twenty hours of lectures combined = with ten hours of tutorials and has been provided annually for the staff of GEC Marconi Avionics, (formerly Ferranti) from 1980-1990. Similar courses were delivered to other Marconi companies, British Telecom Laboratories, Defence Research Agency (Malvern, Farnborough and Portsdown), GCHQ (Cheltenham), Philips Research Labs = (Redhill), IBM and IBA, (Winches= ter), BAE SYSTEMS, (Chelmsford), and Analog Devices.

In 1987 with colleagues he was awarded Departmen= t of Trade and Industry support for the preparation of a 17 hour video course "An Introduction to Analogue and Digital Signal Processing and Coding". Sa= les were predominantly to European industry, civil service research and educati= onal establishments.


12. Administrative appointments and duties<= /o:p>


Chairman ISLI Education Team 1997-8.<= /span>

Chairman ISLI Management Committee 1998-2008.

Deputy Director, Edinburgh Research Partnership (ERPem).

He led the £12M Edinburgh-Heriot-Watt proposal to form a research partnership in Engineering and Mathematics. He = subsequently co-chaired the Executive Board, comprising the seven H= oSs as well as the six directors of the Joint Research Institutes.


University Responsibilities

Curator of Patronage 2003-2009.

University representative on board of Institute = for System Level Integration 2004-2012.

Appointed to board of Technology Transfer Centre= 2003-

Member of Senatus/Un= iversity Honorary Degrees Committee 2000-2003.

Member of University Personal Chairs Committee 2003-2006.

Mem= ber University Library Committee 1994-2001.<= /p>

Member Executive Committee Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre 1991-1995.

Member of Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute Advisory Board 1989-1993.

Member of Continuing Education Steering Committe= e 1989-1991.

Member of Travel and Research Committee 1983-198= 7.

Member of Staff Club Management and Policy Commi= ttees 1989-1994.


Faculty/College Responsibilities

Member of College Strategy and Management Commit= tee 2002-2008.

Member of Faculty Planning and Resources Committ= ee 1999-2002.

Convener of College Workshops Review Committee 2003-2004.

Convener Faculty Library Committee 1994-2001.

Chairman of Committee of the Schools of Engineer= ing and Informatics 1994-1999.

Member of Readership and Senior Lectureships Com= mittee 1990-1993.


Departmental/School Responsibilities<= /span>

Degree Leader for Electronics and Electrical Engineering B.Eng. course, 1986-1999.

Socrates/Erasmus 3066 progr= amme coordinator in Electronics 1993-2006.

Course Organiser 2nd= Year Engineering 1979-1981 and Electrical Engineering 1981-1985.


Training Courses

Stress management 9/99

Attitude in the workplace 5/02=

Head of School induction 9/99, 8/02

Recruitment and Selection of Staff 7/02

Disability and Discrimination in the workplace 1= 2/02

Invited as presenter to brief groups such as: new Members of University Court, 9/02, 9/03 new heads of Schools, 9/03, 9/04, a= nd Academic Standing Committee 4/06.


13. External Recognition


External Examiner Appointments=

Assessor for four DSc submissions at Liverpool, Newcastle and Southampton Universities;

MSc in Communications, Control and DSP, Strathclyde University;

MSc in Electronics, Quee= ns University, Belfast;

BEng/MEng in Electronics and Electrical Engineering, University College London;=

BEng/MEng in Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Queens University, Belfast= ;

BEng/MEng Electronic and Communications Engineering, University of Bath;

BEng in Information Technology & Electronics, Napier University;

BEng Communications Engineering, Etisalat College, United Arab Emirates.

Diploma and Advanced Diploma, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Sin= gapore.


Editorships and Research Publication Reviewing

Appointed in 1979 to launch the new Institution = of Electrical Engineers (IEE), Proceedings title,

"Communications Radar and Signal Processing= ". In 1989 the Communications and Radar papers

were split and he continued as honorary editor f= or "Radar and Signal Processing". In 1994 he moved to be editor of t= he revised title "Vision, Image and Signal Processing" until he resi= gned in 1996. He also acts as an external assessor for National Science Foundati= on (USA), Air Force Office of Scientific Research (USA), National Sciences and Engineering Research Council (Canada), Foundation for Research Development (South = Africa), National Academy (Finland= ) and other overseas organisations. He is a membe= r of the Hindawi Publishing Editorial Board for their Signal Processing book series.


Research Assessment

He was an invited Member of Universities Funding Council (UFC) Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) Panel in 1992 and corresponding HEFC panel in 1996 for evaluating research in all UK Electric= al Engineering Departments. In 1998 he was appointed chairman of the Electronics and Electrical Engineering Panel for the 2001 RAE exercise.

He also participated as external assessor at Queensland University of Technology, University of We= st Australia in Nedlands and at ETHz in <= st1:City w:st=3D"on">Zurich. He has be= en invited to perform Departmental evaluations at K= ings College, Surrey, Manchester, Newcastle, Sheffield and Southampton.


Chairmanship of Committees=

Electronics and Electrical Engineering Panel for= the 2001 UK<= /st1:country-region> research assessment exercise (RAE).

Royal Society of Edinburgh Electronics and Electrical Engineering Sectional (Fellowship Candidate Sele= ction) Committee, 1999-2003.

Scotish Science Advisory Committee, Mechanisms for Exce= llence working group 2002-04.

EPSRC Next Generation Wireless Networks Panel, 2004-2007.

EURASIP Adcom, 2000-= 2002.

EURASIP Fellowship Award Selection Committee, 2008-2011.

Royal Academy of Engineeri= ng, China-India V= isiting Scholarship Committee, 2010-2013.

Proceedings IEE Editorial Advisory Panel, 1990-1= 998.

Editorial Advisory Panel, IEE Electronics and Communications Engineering Journal, 1996-2002.

EPSRC Communications Signal Processing and Codin= g programme, assessment 1993-1995 and monitoring panels 1996-1997.


Membership of Committees

Carnegie Professorships selection panel, 2010-da= te

Finmeccanica<= span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt'> Innovation Awards Selection Panel, Rome, 2005.

Supervisory Board/Integrated Project Review, Uni= versity Defence Research Centre, 2009-2013.<= /span>

Supervisory Board of the BA= ESystems/Selex coordinated Defence Technology Centre in Electromagnetic and Remote Sensing, 2003-2010.

Elected Member of the European Signal Processing Association (EURASIP) Administrative Committee in 1994 and 1998, appointed Secretary/Treasurer 1994-2000 and President 2000-2002.

Invited Member of the Scottish Science Advisory Committee, Scottish Parliamentary appointment 2002, renewed in 2004, 2005 a= nd 2006.

Science Scotland Editorial Panel, Royal Society = of Edinburgh Committee, 2004-date.

Royal Society of Edinburgh Lessels Scholarships Awards Committee, 2002-200= 5.

Royal Academy of Engineering, Edu= cation and Training Committee, 1997-2000.

Roy= al Academy of Engineering, Vodafone Fellowship Awards Comm= ittee, 2002-2004.

Roy= al Academy of Engineering, ITE Fellowship Selection Panel = 5, 2005-2008.

Royal Academy of Engineering, Lead assessor for = Telecomms Network & Systems, Computing and Inform= ation, Standing Committee for Research and Secondment Schemes, 2008-2011.

Royal Academy of Engineeri= ng, China-India V= isiting Scholarship Committee, 2007-2013.

Invited Member of the IT & Electronics Techn= ology Foresight Panel, Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology 1994-1995. Continued as a member of the ITEC panel 1995-1996.

Member of Engineering Policy Group for Scotland, Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE)


Member of Electronics Divisional Board, (IEE) 1986-1989 and 1996-2000.

Member of Publications Committee, IEE 1979-1980,= and 1986-1987, and Professional Publication Committee 1990-1998.

Member of IEE Members Publications Committee, 1996-2004.

Member of EPSRC Communications College, 1993-200= 5.

Member of DTI/SERC Communications & Distribu= ted Systems Committee 1991-1992.

Member of SERC/DTI Communications & Distribu= ted Systems Sub-Committee 1988-1991.


Conference Organisation

He was proceedings editor for the 1976 IEE International Specialist Seminar on the "Impact of New Technologies in Signal Processing" (IEE Conference Publication No. 144). Subsequently = he initiated the 1979 IEE International Specialist Seminar on "Case Studi= es in Advanced Signal Processing".

He was appointed as the Chairman of the technica= l programme committee for the IEEE International Confer= ence on Acoustics Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Glasgow in May 1989. Th= is involved the acceptance and scheduling of over 700 papers from 1,840 submitted abstr= acts into seven parallel sessions over the 4 days.

He was the Edinburgh co-chairman of the European Signal Processing conference (EUSIPCO) which was held in Edinburgh<= /st1:City> in 1994 and attracted 580 delegates. He was honorary chair for the European= Signal Processing conference (EUSIPCO) which was held in Glasgow in 2009 and attracted 500+ dele= gates.

Invited on several occasions to serve as session chairman at international conferences

such as IEEE ISSSTA, PIMRC and EURASIP EUSIPCO, = and colloquia in the USA, = Japan and

Europe. He has arranged special invited sessions at EU= SIPCO in 2004, 2005, 2006, coordinated with other sessions o= rganised by the Dean of Engineering at TU Vienna.

He regularly serves on the advisory committee an= d in technical programme committees for conferences = such as EUSIPCO, CEI/IEEE Signal Processing conference and also IEEE ISSSTA, PIM= RC etc.


Company Directorships

Virtual Centre of Excellence in Mobile and Personal Communications (Mob= ile VCE), 2001-2004 and 2007-2009.

System Level Integration Board, 2004-2012.<= /o:p>

Technology Transfer Centre, Edinburgh, 2003-date= .

EUSIPCO-94, 1993-1997.

EUMOS (UoE continuing education activities) several years in the 1980’s.<= /p>


Management Boards

Supervisory Board, University Defence Research Centre in Signal Processing, 2009-2013.

Supervisory Board, Defence<= /span> Technology Centre in EM and Remote Sensing, 2002-2010.



Debrett’s People of Today

Who’s Who in Science and Engineering (USA)=

Who’s Who in the World

Who’s Who in Scotland

BEST Great Britain



He held a personal consultancy with Racal-MESL, = Newbridge, Midlothian, from 1978 to 1983. This was concerned with extending SAW chirp filters to applications in signal analysis and identification. Two patents were submit= ted on Racal’s behalf at this time.

He also consults occasionally for BAE SYSTEMS, <= span class=3DSpellE>Wolfson Microelectronics and their<= /p>

clients such as Hewlett Packard, GEC Marconi Avi= onics, Honeywell and DERA Malvern in communication and radar signal and system des= ign.



His main hobbies are stamp collecting, badminton= and golf. He is also a do-it-yourself enthusiast but his time is at a premium d= ue to his commitments to the IEE and his eldership at Mayfield Parish Church, Edinburgh, where he is actively involved in a number of committees.<= /p>



Research/Funding Council Grant Awards=

1. "Signal Processing in systems Utilising SAW, CTD and YIG Based Modules", B/RG/= 6550.9

1.11.74-31.5.78 (Principal Investigator from 1.9.76-30.9.77) £75,552.

2. Senior Visiting Fellowship (outgoing) GR/A374= 5.1 1.10.77-30.9.78, £800.

3. With J H Collins and J M Hannah "Compact= Vocoder Systems Employing Fourier Transform

Processors", GR/A72438 1.12.78-30.11.80 (wi= th extension to 31.5.81) £21,025.

4. With J H Collins and M A Jack "Compact <= span class=3DSpellE>Cepstrum Analysis Pitch Detector Employing Charge Cou= pled Device Fourier Transform Processors", GR/A26145 1.12.79-30.5.82, £21,310.

5. With C F N Cowan "Use of Distributed Arithmetic Techniques in the Construction of Digital

Adaptive Filters", GR/B82578 1.12.81-30.11.= 82, £13,076.

6. With J H Collins "Adaptive Lattice Filter Based Equaliser for Application in Digital=

Communications", GR/B89607 1.3.82-30.6.83, £18,434.

7. Senior Visiting Fellowship (incoming for Dr A= Morgul) on "Wideband Frequency domain=

Adaptive Filter", GR/C07575 1.4.82-30.11.82, £2,200.

8. With C F N Cowan "Digital Adaptive Systems" GR/C19134 1.7.83-30.6.86, £154,316.

9. With J H Dripps a= nd L O’Carroll "Digital Coding Techniques for Programmable Radar=

Waveform design", GR/D69570, 1.6.86-31.6.89. £46,797,

10. With C F N Cowan and T M Crawford "Intelligent Systems for Telecoms Equipment Fault

Diagnosis" GR/D75270 1.7.86-31.6.89. £47,260.

11. With C F N Cowan and B = Mulgrew "Implementation of Practical Adaptive Algorithms in High Noise Environments with Numerical Constraints" GR/E10357, 1.7.87-30.6.90 £94,210.

12. Non-linear Adaptive Filters for Telecomms Systems Applications", GR/G53095, 1.1.= 92-31.12.94, £66,000.

13. With B Mulgrew, "Improved Spread Spectrum Receiver Designs", GR/H72748, 1.11.92-3= 1.10.94, £90,488.

14. With G J R Povey "Improved RAKE Antimultipath Receiver Desi= gns for Mobile

Communications", GR/J43851, 1.10.93-30.9.95, £85,954.

15. With D G M Cruickshank "Improving the Capacity of Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum

Mobile Radio Systems", GR/J46401, 1.4.94-31= .3.95, £58,382.

16. With D G M Cruickshank and A D Milne "Teaching Company With Wolfson Microelectronics", GR/J62586, 1.6.94-31.5.97, £124,473 plus £44,000 (Industrial-Wolfson).<= /span>

17. With B Mulgrew "Improved Spread Spectrum receiver Designs using Array Processing"= ;,

GR/K49102, 1.7.95-30.6.98, £142,062 plus £28,700 (Industrial-Nortel technologies).

18. With G J R Povey "Teaching Company with Diagnostic Instruments", DTI TCS 2297,

1.4.98-31.3.99, £62,510 plus £24,000 (Industrial-Diagnostic Instruments).

19. Visiting Fellowship (outgoing) to Germany GR/L62214, 12.04.97-11.07.98, £4,100.

20. With T S Durrani et. al., "Design Cluster for Systems Level Integration (SLI)", SH= EFC RDG

1.8.98 - 31.7.01, £626,000.

21-23.Visiting Fellowships (incoming) For Profs Falconer, Mitra and Theodo= ridis, GR/M98562,

GR/R41521, 97-02, £9,100.

24. With G J R Povey= and J S Thompson "Multi-Carrier CDMA Receiver Designs Incorporating=

Multi-User Detection Processing", GR/L98091, 1.10.98-30.11.01, £141,169.

25. With B Mulgrew "Adaptive Antenna Strategies for Multimedia PCS", GR/M18058,=

1.10.98-20.2.02, £176,112 plus £47,0= 00 (Industrial-Nortel Networks).

26. With D I Laurenson and B Mulgrew, "Web Based Procedures, Tools & Strategies for Internet

Based Engineering Education", SHEFC award (= with Strathclyde University), 01.02.99-01.08.00,


27. With J Hannah, "Hybrid Waveform/Model b= ased Codec for Very Low Data Rates",

GR/M57255, 1.9.99-31.1.03, £110,000.<= /o:p>

28. With B Mulgrew, S McLaughlin et. al., "Platform Grant for DSP", GR/S06578/01= ,

1.4.03-31.3.06, £382,069.

29. With J M Hannah, "A Demonstration of Segmentation for Movie Special Effects", GR/M57255, (Public Awareness = Award) 1.7.05-30.6.06, £20,646.

30. With S McLaughlin, J S Thompson and N Goertz, "Optimising Resource efficiency in Future

Mobile Communications", EP/D053048/1, 1.1.06-31.12.08, part of Mobile VCE - CORE 4

Research Programme, £350,444 plus £120,000 from Mobile VCE (Uo= E contribution in a 5

University £2.4M total award).<= /span>

31. With D Duncan et. al., "Bridging the Gaps between Engineering and Mathematics= in the

ERPem", 1.01.07-31.12.09, £388,348.

32. "Research Study Visits", EP/G02555= X/1, 1.09.08-31.08.09, £39,004.

33. With C-X Wang et. al., "UK-China Science Bridges Award in Mobile Communications"

EP/G042713/1, 1.06.09-31.05.12, £940,000k.=


Industrial Research Contracts<= /b>

1. With P B Denyer, "Silicon Architectures Research Initiative", 1.10.87-31.12.90, DTI £985,000.

2. With R D Pringle, "Spread Spectrum Study= " 1.4.90-31.3.92, MoD, £38,000.<= /span>

3. With R D Pringle, "Spread Spectrum Networks", 1.4.90-31.3.92, Thorn EMI, Central Research

Labs, £27,000.

4. With R D Pringle, "Acoustic Signalling and Analysis", 1.5.90-31.3.92, Britis= h Gas, Watson

House Research Station, £40,000.

5. With R D Pringle, "Acoustic Signalling and Analysis", 1.4.92-31.12.92, Briti= sh Gas, Watson

House Research Station, £28,000.

6. With G J R Povey, "Spread Spectrum Simulation Study", 1.8.92-30.3.93, MoD, £8,000.

7. With B Mulgrew, "Detection and Code Acquisition", 1.8.93-30.11.93, MoD, £8,000.

8. With B Mulgrew, "Spread Spectrum Receiver Processing in Multipath= ", 1.10.94-31.12.95, BNR Europe, £32,= 090.

9/10/11/12. See industrial contribution identifi= ed in 16/17/18/25 in the above listing.

13. With S McLaughlin, D G M Cruickshank and G J= R Povey, "VCE Mobile Receivers",

1.1.97-28.2.00, Mobile VCE CORE-1 Programme, £179,380.

14. With D G M Cruickshank, "Reconfigurable= Radio Receivers", 1.8.98-30.8.99, Ericsson (OML), £60,000.<= /span>

15. With S McLaughlin, D G M Cruickshank, J S Th= ompson and D I Laurenson, "VCE Mobile

Receivers", 1.10.99-30.9.03, Mobile VCE COR= E-2 Programme, £477,393.

16. With S McLaughlin, D G M Cruickshank, J S Th= ompson and D I Laurenson, "Creative

Interworking<= span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt'> of the Mobile and Broadcast Industries’ Network Environment - COMBINE",

1.04.02-30.9.05, Mobile VCE - CORE 3 Programme, £374,124.

17. With B Mulgrew, "Strategic Alliance in Signal and Information Systems", 1.11.02-30.10.05,

BAE SYSTEMS, £225,000.

18. With D I Laurenson, S McLaughlin, and J Hilsom, "Ubiquitous Services", DTI Technology

Programme Project TP/3/6/1/15956, 1.10.05-30.9.08, part of Mobile VCE - CORE 4 Research

Programme, £318,515 (UoE contribution in a 4 University £2M total award).


Infrastructure Contracts

1. With S P Beaumont, R R Leitch and T S Durrani, "Institute for System Level Integration",

Scottish Enterprise, 1.10.98 - 30.3.05, £5,000,000.

2. With S P Beaumont, R R Leitch and T S Durrani, "MSc in SLI", SHEFC 1.10.98-30.9.00,<= o:p>


3. With Mulgrew, McL= aughlin, Jack, Mcinnes, Cruickshank, Laurenson and Thompson, "Institute

for Digital Communications Building", SRIF, 1.4.02-31.9.03, £2,780,000.

4. "Visiting Professors in Systems Engineering", Royal = Academy of Engineering, 1.9.04-31.8.09,


5. With D R Hall, "Edinburgh Research Partnership in Engin= eering and Mathematics", Scottish

Funding Council, 1.5.05-30.4.10, £11,700,0= 00. [To Edinburgh and <= st1:PlaceName w:st=3D"on">Heriot-Watt Universities]

6. With D R Hall, "Addition of 6th Joint Re= search Institute to Edinburgh Research Partnership in

Engineering and Mathematics", Scottish Fund= ing Council, 1.5.07-30.4.12, £2,100,000. [To

Universities of Edinburgh, = Heriot-Watt & Napier]

7. With T M M O̵= 7;Shea, D Waddell and T Higgison, "KT Challenge fi= nalist, 2006 - EPSRC

support for growing new Knowledge Transfer activities" 1.1.07-31.12.08, £100,000.




Submitted & Awarded Patents

1. P M Grant and J Mavor "Adaptive Transversal Filters", UK Patent Application No. 485= 95, 14th December 1978.

2. G S Kino, P D Corl and P M Grant "Real-Time Digital, Synthetic Focus, Acoustic Imaging

System", US Patent Application No. 122,880,= filed 20th February 1980 and subsequently

granted as Patent No. 4325257.=

3. M B N Butler, W W Jacobs and P M Grant "Apparatus for Regenerati= ng Signals Within a

Frequency Band", UK Patent Application No. 8035649 filed 6th November 1980 and

subsequently granted as Patent No. 2064272A, pub= lished 10th June 1981. Also US Patent

Application No. 204672 filed 5th November 1980 a= nd subsequently granted as Patent No.

4357709 published on 2nd November 1982.

4. J W Arthur, M C Davie and P M Grant "Improvements = in and Relating to Electrical Signal

Generation", UK Patent Application No. 8206= 017 filed 2nd March 1982.

5. S M Spangenberg, = D G M Cruickshank, S McLaughlin and P M Grant "Fast Adaptive

Algorithms", UK Patent Application No.99044= 21.6 filed 25th February 1998, PCT/GB00/00649

pursuit 24 February 2000, EU Patent award # 1155= 509, German Patent award # 6000 3894.7-08,

Japanese filing 2000-601761 & published 2002-538659, filings transferred to Alcatel Lucent.

6. S N Bikennin, D G= M Cruickshank, and P M Grant "Frequency synthesiser= ", UK Patent

Application No.0114423.7 filed 13 June 2001.

7. S M Spangenberg, = D G M Cruickshank, S McLaughlin and P M Grant "Zero padded=

FFT/Telecommunications Receiver", UK fili= ng GB 97 24048.5 PCT/GB98/03401, US award

6,898,176, 24 May 2005; Japan filing 2000-521612= ; EU 00905206.9, filings discontinued by

Mobile VCE Summer 2011.

8. R Mesleh, H Haas,= I Stefan and P M Grant "A Method and System of Enhanced Performance in C= ommunication Systems" Int Application PCT/GB2010/050262, filed February 2009, published 26 August 2010 as WO 2010/094960 A1, US Pate= nt Award TEC1102182, pending.

In addition further supervised research activiti= es have been patented by industrial collaborators such as Nortel Networks.




PhD Studentship Programmes<= /span> Supervised

KMHussain "Communications Frequency Synthesisers Based on SAW Oscillators" 1978.

M C Davie "Low Bit Rate Speech Communication Based on Charge Coupled Device Four= ier

Transform Processors" (SERC CASE award with= Racal Research, Reading) 1979.

M J Rutter "The= ory, Design and Application of Gradient Adaptive Lattice Filters" 1983.

A M Alvarez-Tinoco, "Adaptive Algorithms for the Active Cancellation of Acoustic Noise&quo= t;, (Heriot-Watt Registration), 1985.

W K Wong "Techniques for Adaptive Multipath Compensation in Microwave Digital Radio

Systems", (part-time studies sponsored by H= ewlett Packard) 1987.

K E Brown "Expert Systems for Telecoms Fault Diagnosis" (SERC CASE Award with Hewlett

Packard, South Queensferry), 1988.

L P H K Seymour "New Techniques for Communications Direction Finding" (SERC CASE Award with Racal Communications, Bracknell) 1988.<= /span>

Z Q Gu, "Texture Analysis Techniques for multi-spectral cloud classification", (MPhil) 1988.

M C S Young "Applications of Equalisation to Microwave Digital Radio" (SERC CASE Award with Ferranti Industrial Electronics, Edinburgh), 1989.

J A Elliott "Parallel Techniques for real-t= ime simulation of Videophone Image Compression

Algorithms", (SERC CASE Award with British Telecom Labs), 1991.

R S Mowbray, "Interference and Multipath Cancellation f= or Increased Capacity in Spread Spectrum Communication Systems", (Funded = by Thorn EMI and Napier University registra= tion), 1993.

G J R Povey, "S= pread Spectrum Receiver Architectures for Mobile Channels Subject to Multipath=

Fading", (part-time studies sponsored by MoD), 1993.

C Cubiss, "Transputer based simulation of new image coder algorithms", (SERC CASE Award with Northern Telecom (NI) Ltd), 1994.

J S Thompson, "Array Processing for Cellular CDMA", (SERC CASE Award with MoD), 1995.

D T Lin, "Syntactic Parsing for Pattern Recognition", 1996.

P Bentley, "Time-frequency Processing for Classification of Medical Time Series Data", 1996.

H Sa= va, "Spectral Analysis for Acoustic Analysis of Heart Valves", 1996.<= o:p>

Y-S Saw, "MPEG Video Buffer Control for Con= stant Bit Rate Channels", 1997.

P M Antoszczyszyn, "Fitting and Tracking of a Scene Model for Low Bit-Rate Video Coding", 1998

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