The Warren D. White Award recognizes a radar engineer for outstanding achievements due to a major technical advance (or series of advances) in the art of radar engineering.
In recognition of his contributions to Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Radar, Multiple-Function Sensing and Communications Systems, and Novel Small-Scale Radar Applications, Daniel Bliss is the 2021 recipient.
Bliss, who is also the director of The Center for Wireless Information Systems and Computational Architectures, is currently leading a team of researchers on several DARPA-funded projects. His anticipated book “Modern Communications: A Systematic Introduction.” is set to release later this year.
Bliss joins an esteemed list of honorees recognized by the Warren D. White Memorial Fund dating back to 2001.
Dana White Starr and Warren H. White established the Warren D. White Memorial Fund in 1999 and the Warren D. White Award to memorialize their father.