Dr. Creusere received his B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of California at Davis in 1985 and his M.S. and Ph.D. in the same area from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1990 and 1993, respectively. After receiving his B.S., he went to work for the Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, CA where he designed and tested the guidance electronics for the Laser Guided Training Round (LGTR) which was later transitioned to Loral for production. In 1989 he was awarded a Fellowship from the DoD to attend graduate school in Santa Barbara where he worked with Professor Sanjit Mitra in the area of multirate filter banks. After returning to China Lake in 1993, Dr. Creusere joined the Research Department and much of his research focused on applying wavelets to problems of interest to the Navy, in particular image and video compression. Since 2000, Dr. Creusere has been at New Mexico State University and his current research interests include audio, image, and video processing, in particular as these apply to distributed and remote sensing systems. He was awarded an endowed Professorship sponsored by the International Telemetering Foundation in October of 2008 and the Frank Carden Chair in Telemetering and Telecommunications in 2010.