Alumnus Stefano Coraluppi elected IEEE Fellow

Alumnus Stefano Coraluppi elected IEEE Fellow

Alumnus Stefano Coraluppi elected IEEE Fellow

Stefano Coraluppi
Stefano Coraluppi

Alumnus Stefano Coraluppi (EE Ph.D. 1997) has been elected a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), effective Jan. 1, 2021. His citation reads, “for contributions to multi-sensor, multi-target tracking.”

At Maryland, Coraluppi was advised by Professor Steve Marcus (ECE/ISR).

Coraluppi’s career has focused primarily on technology development for US and NATO defense and intelligence systems. Since 2014, Coraluppi has been a Chief Scientist at Systems & Technology Research (STR) in Massachusetts. Prior to his work at STR, he held research staff positions at ALPHATECH Inc. (1997-2002), the NATO Undersea Research Centre (2002-2010) and Compunetix Inc. (2010-2014).

Coraluppi serves on the IEEE AESS Board of Governors and the International Society of Information Fusion (ISIF) Board of Directors. He is Associate Editor-in-Chief for the IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems and Editor-in-Chief for the ISIF Journal of Advances in Information Fusion.

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November 30, 2020


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