David J. Thomson

Queen's University
Kingston, ON, Canada, K7L 3N6
Phone: (613) 533-2426
Fax: (613) 533-2439
E-mail: David Thomson

1971 Ph.D.(EE) Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn
Brooklyn, NY
M.S.(EE) Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn
Brooklyn, NY
1965 B.Sc. (Hon. Math., Sec. major Physics), Acadia University
Wolfville, NS

Queens University
Kingston, ON
Professor in Math and Statistics, Canada Research Chair in Statistics 
and Signal Processing
Research interests include
    • analysis of global climate data
    • space physics
    • financial time series

Bell Telephone Labs, Inc.
Murray Hill, NJ 
Distinguished Member of Technical Staff in the Communications 
Analysis Research Department
Contributed in the following areas of spectrum estimation
and communications theory:
    • digital signal processing
    • robust statistics
    • phase tracking and time delay problems
    • modulation theory
    • circuit design
    • seismology, paleoclimatology, and gravitational lensing
Member of the Technical Staff
    • worked on multi-pair and coaxial cable development and the WT4 Millimeter Waveguide System
    • responsible for the circuit design of and software for a microprocessor-controlled modem for Rayleigh fading channels in the Advanced Mobile Phone Service project

Current Memberships
and Fellowships
Past Memberships
and part-time Responsibilities