Daniel Graupe

Emeritus Professor


Ph.D. Electrical Engineering
University of Liverpool, England
Dipl. Ing. Electrical Engineering
Israel Institute of Technology, Technion 1960
B.Sc. Electrical Engineering
Israel Institute of Technology, Technion 1958
B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering
Israel Institute of Technology, Technion 1958

Contact Info

Email CV Address Phone Fax
email PDF 851 S. Morgan M/C 154
Chicago, IL 60607
312.996.3085 312.996.6465

Professional Achievements

  • LIFE FELLOW of the IEEE since 2003
  • Fellow of the IEEE, since 1985
  • Invention & Development of 1st FDA-approved & 1st (& only) Commercial Electrical Stimulation System, the PARASTEP, that allows complete thoracic-level Paraplegic to ambulate (1500 ft average, after completing training) independently -See VIDEO & Patents List in PERSONAL PAGES of D. Graupe. Parastep in now Medicare & Medicaid reimbursable. Also founding of Sigmedics Inc. for commercializing that System
  • Invention & Development of Blind Adaptive Filtering (BAF) System to filter unknown noises from unknown signals -See Patents List in PERSONAL PAGES. Also founding Intellitech Inc. to commercialize 1st BAF system for filtering unknown environmental noise from speech in Hearing Aids (1979)
  • Considered in the literature as Father of Digital Hearing Aid, for work on incorporating a Blind Digital Filter in Hearing Aids
  • Development of the LAMSTAR-Large Memory Neural Network (Cf. US Patent # 5,920,852, issued 7/6/99)

Research Interests

Professor Graupe's research interests include control systems, time series analysis, stochastic signal and image processing, wavelets, blind adaptive filtering, neural networks, neural engineering, electrical neuromuscular stimulation and biomedical control, speech processing.

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