Kwang Cheng Chen
Kwang Cheng Chen is the Distinguished Professor and Irving T. Ho Chair, with the Graduate Institute of Communication Engineering and Department of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University. He is an IEEE Fellow through Communication Society, for technical contributions to wireless broadband communications and wireless local area networks, in addition to numerous awards. He has authored more than 200 technical papers, more than 18 US patents, 3 books (Mobile WiMAX by Wiley in 2008, Principles of Communications by River at March 2009, and Cognitive Radio Networks by Wiley at April 2009). He has been TPC chair, TPC Cochair, or General Chair and Cochair of 6 IEEE international conferences, and served as an Editor over 18 times in international journals. He held visiting positions with HP Laboratories in USA, TU Delft in Netherlands, Aalborg University in Denmark, and various government positions to Taiwan's telecommunication deregulation and NCC formation. He founded a wireless communication IC design company that was acquired by the Mediatek Inc. (2004) after shipping millions of chips, and designed over a dozen wireless communication systems or ICs, and network security systems. His current research interests are wireless communications, cognition, and nano-/biological communication/computing.
Biography Updated on 2 March 2009