Roland Priemer

Emeritus Associate Professor


Ph.D. Electrical Engineering
Illinois Institute of Technology, 1969
M.Sc.. Electrical Engineering
Illinois Institute of Technology, 1966
B.Sc. Electrical Engineering
Illinois Institute of Technology, 1965

Contact Info

Email Address Phone FaxSorted ascending
email 851 S. Morgan M/C 154
Chicago, IL 60607
312.996.5491 312.996.6465

Professional Achievements

  • Director of Undergraduate Studies, 1999-2010.
  • Recipient of the 2008 College of Engineering Harold A. Simon Award for Excellence in Teaching.
  • Recipient of the 2006 College of Engineering Excellence in Teaching Award.
  • Recipient of the 2004 University of Illinois at Chicago Excellence in Teaching Award.
  • Finalist-Silver Circle Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2007, 2004, and thirteen previous years.
  • Created the ECE courses:
115, Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering
317, Digital Signal Processing I
367, Microprocessor-Based Design
417, Digital Signal Processing II
418, Statistical Digital Signal Processing
516, Optimal and Adaptive Digital Filters
560, Fuzzy Logic


  • Analog Voltage Maximum Selection and Sorting Circuits, with Thomas Dranger, USP 6,188,251, 2/13/01.
  • Extraction of One or More Discrete Heart Sounds From Heart Sound Information, with Vivek Nigam, USP 7,351,207, 4/1/08.
  • Extraction of Heart Sound of Fetus from Heart Sound Information that Comprises Plurality of Mixtures of Plurality of Heart Sounds of Plurality of Fetuses, with Vivek Nigam, USP 7,435,224, 10/14/08.


  • Introductory Signal Processing, World Scientific Pub, 1991, pp 749.
  • MATLAB for Electrical and Computer Engineering Students and Professionals: with Simulink, IET, 2013, pp 643.

Research Interests

Professor Priemer's research interests include: Optimal and adaptive digital signal processing; fuzzy logic; neural networks; microprocessor based applications.

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