Dr. Glen Dudevoir
Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dr. Glen Dudevoir is an Assistant Professor and Director of the Electrical Engineering Program at the U.S. Air Force Academy. He directs courses in circuits, signal processing, electronics, and very large-scale integration (VLSI). Professor Dudevoir is the senior mentor of the Department’s courses in circuits, electronics and VLSI. Dr. Dudevoir has supervised numerous senior design projects, most recently leading development of a power system testbed for researching cyber resilience and a project that designed a secure processor.
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, California (1990)
Master of Science, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, California (1987)
Bachelor of Science, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado (1978)
Assistant Professor, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado (2005-Present)
Chief Technology Officer, Director of Electrical Engineering Program, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, New York (1995-2005)
Director of Operations and Training, U.S. Army, Arctic Support Brigade, Fort Richardson, Alaska (1994-1995)
Executive Officer, U.S. Army, 6th Signal Battalion, Fort Richardson, Alaska (1993-1994)
Assistant Professor, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, New York (1989-1992)
Various command and staff positions, U.S. Army (1979-1985)
Honors & Awards
U.S. Air Force Academy Outstanding Academy Educator for the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (2008)
Senior Member of IEEE, Member of HKN, and past member of ASEE
Research and Scholarly Interests
Physical, unclonable functions and secure processors and processing
Secure, wide-area control of cyber-physical systems
Secure, distributed state-estimation of electric power grid conditions
B. L. Shoop, R. W. Sadowski, G. P. Dudevoir, E. K. Ressler, A. H. Sayles, D. A. Hall, and D. M. Litynski, “Smart pixel technology and an application to two-dimensional analog-to-digital conversion,” Optical Engineering, vol. 37, no. 12, pp. 3175-3186, December 1998.
Dirk A. Hall, Barry L. Shoop, Robert W. Sadowski, Andre H. Sayles, Glen P. Dudevoir, Daniel M. Litynski, and Pankaj K Das, “Experimental results from a smart pixel implementation of the wavelet transformation for signal processing,” Proceedings of SPIE, vol. 3391, pp 168-178, April 1998.
B. L. Shoop, A. H. Sayles, G. P. Dudevoir, D. A. Hall, D. M. Litynski, and P. K. Das, “Smart pixel-based wavelet transformation for wideband radar and sonar signal processing,” SPIE Proceedings, Wavelet Applications IV, vol. 3078, pp 415-423, 1997
John M. Cioffi, Glen P. Dudevoir, M. Vedat Eyuboglu and G.David Forney, Jr., “MMSE decision-feedback equalizers and coding-Part I: Equalization results,” IEEE Transactions on Communications, vol. COM-43, pp. 2582-2594, October 1995.
John M. Cioffi, Glen P. Dudevoir, M. Vedat Eyuboglu and G.David Forney, Jr., “MMSE decision-feedback equalizers and coding-Part II: Coding results,” IEEE Transactions on Communications, vol. COM-43, pp. 2595-2604, October 1995.
Conference publications (Peer-Reviewed)
Daniel Pack and Glen P. Dudevoir, “Optimization of flight path for mission accomplishment and communications”, MILCOM, 2009.
Glen P. Dudevoir, “Senior Design Projects Meet Survivor”, ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, 2010.
Carl E. Fossa and Glen P. Dudevoir, “Teaching Engineering Design – The Evolution of a Senior Design Course in Electrical Engineering”, ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, 2005.
G. A. Nowak, B.L. Shoop, G.P. Dudevoir, “Photonics integration into senior capstone design projects,” OSA Forum on Education, Frontiers in Optics 2004, Rochester, New York, 10-14 October 2004.
G.A. Nowak, B.L. Shoop, G.P. Dudevoir, “Teaching research to undergraduates”, OSA Education and Training in Optics and Photonics Conference, Tucson, Arizona, 6-9 October 2003.
B.L. Shoop, G.P. Dudevoir, T.D. Wagner, R.W. Sadowski, E.K. Ressler, and P.K. Das, “A highly-parallel mismatch tolerant photonic A/D converter,” Proceedings of the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO), pp. 64-65, 2001.
B.L. Shoop, E.C. Shaffer, and G.P. Dudevoir, “Distributed photonic A/D conversion using a neural network, oversampling, and noise shaping,” Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibit, 2001 (OFC 2001).
Barry L. Shoop, Pankaj K. Das, Eugene K.Ressler, Robert W. Sadowski, Glen P. Dudevoir, and Andre H. Sayles, “A fully-connected, distributed mesh feedback architecture for photonic A/D conversion,” 2000 IEEE/LEOS Summer Topical Meeting on Electronic-Enhanced Optics, in Aventura, Florida.
W. Kleinfelder, D. Gray, and G. Dudevoir, “A hierarchical approach to digital design using computer-aided design and hardware description languages,” Frontiers in Education, 1999.
B.L. Shoop, R.W. Sadowski, G.P. Dudevoir, D.A. Hall, A.H. Sayles, and E.K. Ressler, “Second-generation CMOS-SEED smart pixel implementation of an error diffusion neural network,” 1998 IEEE LEOS Summer Topical Meetings.
Dirk A. Hall, Barry L Shoop, Glen P.Dudevoir, Andre H. Sayles, “Experimental demonstration of a 3×3 liquid crystal on silicon smart pixel neural array for digital image halftoning,” Optical Society of America (OSA) Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 4-9 Oct 1998.
Dirk A. Hall, Andre H. Sayles, Glen P. Dudevoir, Robert W. Sadowski, and Barry L. Shoop, “Experimental demonstration of a 5×5 smart pixel neural array for digital image halftoning,” by Optical Society of America (OSA) Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 4-9 Oct 1998.
J.C. Tu, J.S. Chow, G.P. Dudevoir and J.M. Cioff, “Crosstalk-limited performance of a computationally efficient multitone transceiver for high rate digital subscriber lines,” in Globecom '89, (Dallas, Texas), December 1989.
J.M. Cioffi and G.P. Dudevoir, “Data transmission with mean-squared partial response,” in Globecom '89, (Dallas, Texas), December 1989.
G.P. Dudevoir, J.S. Chow, S. Kasturia and J.M. Cioffi, “Combined equalization and coding for T1 data rates on carrier serving area subscriber loops,” in ICC '89, (Boston, Massachusetts), June 1989.
J.T. Aslanis, S. Kasturia, G.P. Dudevoir and J.M. Cioffi, “Vector coding for partial response channels,” in Milcom '88, (San Diego, California), October 1988.
S. Kasturia, G. Dudevoir, J.M. Cioffi and A. Ruiz, “Spectrally constrained codes for the high rate ISDN subscriber loop,” in ICC '88, (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), June 1988.