Keith A. Teague, PhD, PE

 

Professor and Immediate Past Head

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Oklahoma State University

Stillwater, Oklahoma   74078   USA

 

405 744-5151

[keith.teague] @okstate.edu

Short Biography

 

Dr. Keith A. Teague serves as Professor and Immediate Past Head of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Oklahoma State University, where he also serves as a Faculty Affiliate with the School of International Studies and Outreach.

 

Dr. Teague possesses a strong interest in engineering education and teaches in the areas of digital signal processing, speech processing, real-time signal processing, capstone design, and digital logic design. Dr. Teague’s research interests include wired and wireless communication systems, secure voice over IP, low rate speech coding, topics related to information assurance and security, and engineering education. He has a long record of funded research serving as PI or co-PI on projects totaling more than $5 million in career funding. These include numerous projects dealing with future secure wired and wireless communications technologies, modeling and simulation of secure wireless communications systems, as well as several National Science Foundation projects for enhancement of engineering education including a Department Level Reform grant. Dr. Teague has a special interest in international academic collaborations and partnerships, particularly in Asia where he has traveled extensively.

 

Dr. Teague received the Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, specializing in digital signal processing, from Oklahoma State University in 1984. He has industrial experience with Amoco Production Company Research Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He has authored approximately 50 technical articles. Dr. Teague is a member of Eta Kappa Nu and Tau Beta Pi, a senior member of IEEE, and a Registered Professional Engineer in Oklahoma.