Dr. Mark Yoder specializes in digital signal processing, embedded systems and developing tools for teaching signal processing. He was the institute’s first Lawrence J. Giacoletto Endowed Chair in Electrical and Computer Engineering and is a recipient of the Board of Trustees Outstanding Scholar Award for his work on advancing digital signal processing. Dr. Yoder previously worked for the Cybotech Corporation and Bell Telephone Laboratories. He has traveled throughout the world with his family, with several of his children being Rose-Hulman graduates. Check out his personal web page.

Academic Degrees

  • PhD, Purdue University, 1984
  • BSEE, Purdue University, 1980

Awards & Honors

  • Lawrence J. Giacoletto Endowed Chair in Electrical Engineering, 2014-16
  • Board of Trustees Outstanding Scholar, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, 2003

Publications & Presentations

  • McClellan, J., Schafer, R. and Yoder, M. A., “DSP First,” (Second Edition), Prentice-Hall Publishing, 2016
  • Yoder, M. A. and Kridner, J., “The BeagleBone Cookbook,” O’Reilly Publishers, 2015
  • Oppenheim, A. V. and Schafer, R., “Discrete-Time Signal Processing,” Pearson/Prentice-Hall Publishing, 2010
  • McClellan, J., Schafer, R. and Yoder, M. A., “DSP First: A Multimedia Approach,” (17th Edition) Prentice-Hall Publishing, 1998

Research Experiences

  • Developing software and course materials for the BeagleBone embedded processor

Teaching Interests

  • Embedded processors
  • Digital signal processing
  • Communications
  • Software defined radio
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