Shlomo Engelberg received his Ph.D. in mathematics from the Courant Institute (NYU) in 1994. From 1994 to 1996 he was a postdoc at Tel Aviv University in the applied mathematics department. During the 1996-97 academic year, he was a postdoc at the Technion in the mathematics department. From 1997 to 1999 he was a lecturer in the Jerusalem College of Technology's department of electronics. From 1999 until 2008 he was a senior lecturer in the department, and from 2009, he has been an associate professor in the department. From 2005 until 2009 he was the chairman of the department, and on 1 October 2014, Shlomo became the dean of the school of engineering and computer science.

Shlomo's research interests include the theory of nonlinear ordinary and partial differential equations, control theory, signal processing, instrumentation, and measurement. Shlomo is also interested in microprocessors and their applications.

From 2006 - 2014, Shlomo wrote a twice-yearly column for the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Magazine. Shlomo was the editor-in-chief of the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Magazine from December 2008 until June 2012.
Education
B.E.E., The Cooper Union, New York, 1988
M.E.E., The Cooper Union, New York, 1990
M.Sc., New York University (Courant Institute), New York, 1991
Ph.D., New York University (Courant Institute), New York, 1994
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Applied Mathematics, Control Theory, Signal Processing, Instrumentation, and Measurement
Personal Interests
Reading, Writing
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