Job Title: Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Company: Montana State University
AES Position: Vice-Chair Publications Policy
AES Committees: Committee Chairs, Education, Publications Policy, Associate Technical Editors
Technical Committees: Audio Forensics, Signal Processing
Standards Committee: SC-03-12 (Forensic Audio)
Primary Section: Pacific Northwest
Company Website: http://ece.montana.edu
Personal Website: http://ece.montana.edu/rmaher
Facebook Address: http://www.facebook.com/rob.c.maher
LinkedIn Address: http://www.linkedin.com/in/robertcmaher
Dr. Rob Maher joined the Montana State ECE faculty in August, 2002. His research and teaching interests are in the area of digital signal processing, with particular emphasis on applications in digital audio, audio forensic analysis, digital music synthesis, and acoustics.
Dr. Maher is a Fellow of the Audio Engineering Society, a Senior Member of IEEE, an associate member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, and a member of ASA, ASEE, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, and Sigma Xi (MSU chapter co-chair).
In 2008, Rob Maher was presented with the AES Fellowship Award for research contributions in, teaching of, and service relating to digital audio signal processing.
BSEE, Washington University in St. Louis. MSEE, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Ph.D., EE, University of Illinois-Urbana
Dr. Maher was a faculty member with the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, from 1989-1996 (tenured in 1995). He joined EuPhonics, Inc., of Boulder, Colorado, in 1997, and was named Vice President of Engineering. When EuPhonics was subsequently acquired by 3Com Corporation in November, 1998, Dr. Maher remained with 3Com-U.S. Robotics as Engineering Manager for Audio Product Development until July, 2001. He also started a successful audio software engineering consulting company (2000-present), and he has been an Adjunct Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering with the University of Colorado-Boulder (2001-2002).
In 2002, Dr. Maher joined the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT. He served as Department Head for 10 years (Aug. 2007-July 2017), and he has now returned to the faculty as regular full professor.
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