Since he joined Ohio State’s faculty in 1985, Randy Moses has taught 15 different courses, and his research focuses on statistical signal processing, sensor array processing, and signal detection and estimation with applications to radar signal processing and sensor networks. His work is widely published, including co-authorship of two books, three book chapters and more than 150 publications in peer-reviewed journals and conferences. In addition, he is the holder of seven patents.
Prior to working in the Office of Research, as associate dean for research in the College of Engineering, he led the research endeavors of 950 faculty and staff and more than 10,000 students. In addition, he grew strategic industry partnerships with Battelle, Honda, and GE Aviation and also collaborated with the City of Columbus in winning the nation’s only Smart City Award.
Among his many honors, he is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and has been selected to receive the College of Engineering’s Lumley Research Award—three times. His recent professional service includes the American Society of Engineering Education’s Board of Directors and the National Academy of Science’s Committee on Science and Technology for Defense Warning and the Academy’s Scientific Advisory Panel for the Army Research Laboratory.
He earned a BS, summa cum laude, an MS and PhD in electrical engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Prior to joining Ohio State’s faculty, he had been a NATO Postdoctoral Fellow at the Eindoven University of Technology, The Netherlands.