Paul Morton, Ph.D.

Professor In Practice, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Paul Morton

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Teaching

  • Microprocessors
  • Digital System Design

Research Interests

  • Biologic Sensors
  • Neural Networks
  • Embedded Systems
  • Human Interfaces

Degrees

  • BS Electrical Engineering Purdue University 1970
  • MS Electrical Engineering University of Missouri 1975
  • PhD Electrical Engineering University of Missouri 1981
  • MD University of Missouri 1981

Publications

  • Williams, AS; Raez, ER; Yordan-Jovet, R; Morton, PE; Perineal Profile:
    Retrospective Review of Reconstructive Surgery Records.  39th Annual Armed
    Forces District, ACOG  Conference, Nov, 2000.
  • Ho, J; Askew, AW; Kobay, KJ; Morton, PE;  Herpes Simplex Virus Peritonitis:  A
    Case Report and Pathologic Review.  38th Annual Armed Forces District, ACOG
    Conference, Nov, 1999.
  • Morton, PE, Presentation of Women in the Cockpit, 66th AsMA Annual
    Scientific Meeting, 7 – 11 May 1995.
  • O’Donnald, Fix, Morton, Presentation on Neural Net Analysis of Performance
    Data from Fitness for Duty Test Battery Data, 66th AsMA Annual Scientific
    Meeting, 7 – 11 May 1995.
  • Morton, PE, Tumey. DM. Ingle, DF, Downey, CW, Schnurer, HJ, Neutral
    Networks. Classification of EEG Data Generated through Use of the Audio
    Oddball Paradigm, Presented at the 17th Annual Northeast Bioengineering
    Conference, Proceeding, Hartford, CT, April, 1991.
  • Tumey, DM, Morton, PE, Ingle, DF, Downey, CW, Schnurer, JH, Neutral
    Networks. Classification of EEG Using Chaotic Preprocessing and Phase
    Space Reconstruction, Presented at the 17th Annual Northeast Bioengineering
    Conference, Proceeding, Hartford, CT, April, 1991.
  • Morton and Wilson, “Backpropagation and EEG data”, Proceeding of the 3rd
    Annual Aerospace Applications of Artificial Intelligence Conference, Oct 1988.
  • Takasugi, Morton, Deland, Lindbergh, “Estimatability of Blood Chemistry
    Variables Based on a Two-Compartment Thermodynamic Model”, Computers and
    Biomedical Research 13, 317-332 (1980).
  • Morton, Goldman, and Nicholes, “Doppler Imaging of Carotid Vessels, Computers
    in Medicine: 1EEE, 1981.
  • Morton, PE, “Blood Flow Imaging with Pulsed Doppler Ultrasound”, PhD., Thesis,
    University of Missouri – Columbia, MO, Dec 1981.
  • Takasugi, Morton, Deland, and Lindberg, “Linear Model of the Blood Chemical
    Components for Estimating the Steady-State Distribution in Serum and Red Blood
    Cell Compartments Based on Thermodynamic Principles”, Information Science
    Series Technical Report, MOU-IS-TR-17, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO,
    Nov 1977.
  • Glenn, Johnson, Morton, and Dwyer, “Image Generation and Display Techniques
    for CT scan Data”, Investigative Radiology, Vol. 10.5, Sep – Oct 1975.
  • Glenn, Johnson, Morton, and Dwyer, “Further Results from Postmortem CT Data,
    Investigative Radiology, Vol. 10-5, Sep – Oct, 1975.
  • Glenn, Traveris, Johnson, Morton, and Dwyer, “Clinical Feasibility of
    Reconstruction Coronal, Sagittal and Thin Transverse Sections from Overlapped
    8.0mm Computerized Topography Scans”, pp. 4501-15. In: Ter-Pogossian, Phelps.
    Brownell, Cox, Davis, Evans; Reconstruction in Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear
    Medicine, University Park Press, 1077.