About the Author
Professor Kondoz joined the university of Surrey as a PhD. student in October 1984. From 1986 to 1988 he was employed as a research fellow in the communications group. After completing his PhD, in 1988 he was appointed as a lecturer. In 1995 he became a Reader and in 1997 Professor and Deputy Director in the Centre for Communication Systems Research (CCSR).
He has been involved in teaching of digital signal processing, telecommunications theory and source coding in both undergradute and postgraduate levels. In research he has been heading Multimedia Communication Research Group since 1990. To date, Professor Kondoz has supervised 20 successful PhD students in Speech, Video and Channel coding, Source data packetisation, Error resilient speech and video transmission and Mobile multimedia communications. His current research interests are, Low bit rate speech, image and video coding error resilient video transmission, mobile multimedia communications, robust wireless ATM, real-time terminal design and implementation for mobile communications.
Outside the University, Professor Kondoz has been a member of both the IEE and IEEE. He is a CEng and served on E5. He is on EPSRC College for signal processing and communications.