Satish Chandra | Associate Professor
Ph.D. - 1984, Auburn University
M.S. - 1980, Auburn University
3073 Engineering Hall
Satish Chandra received his master’s degree in 1980 and doctorate in 1984, both in electrical engineering from Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama. He joined Kansas State University in 1984 as an assistant professor and was promoted to associate professor in 1990. In his tenure at Kansas State University, he has held multiple administrative positions including serving as graduate program coordinator, open house advisor, member of reinstatement committee, and course and curriculum committee.
Chandra has conducted research in the areas of computer arithmetic, military target recognition, digital image processing and watermarking. His research has been funded by the Applied Manufacturing Institute, Boeing Aerospace and the Air Force Office of Research.
Chandra has published many journal and conference papers in his research area. He has reviewed several textbooks and conference papers. He has also reviewed papers for national and international journals including IEEE transactions on computers; Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing; Instrumentation and Measurement; and Education. Chandra was awarded Universal Energy Systems summer fellowship in 1989 and Research Development Laboratories summer fellowship in 1991. He has also served as a panelist for NSF proposal review in 2002 and 2005.