Fa-Long Luo

Element CXI, USA

Fa-Long Luo holds a Ph.D. degree and he now holds the title of the Chief Scientist at Element CXI, Inc. and Anyka, Inc, San Jose, USA. He has been the Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Digital Multimedia Broadcasting since the year 2007. He has twenty-four years of research and industrial experience. As a Principal Investigator or participant, he has conducted more than twenty research or industrial projects, most of which have been funded, because of their importance and excellence, by government agencies such as the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation of Germany, German Research Foundation, US Navy, and Natural Science and Engineering Council of Canada. He has made extraordinary contributions in related areas with receiving worldwide attention and recognition. He has also been granted honorable professorship by three top universities and inducted to senior advisory member of Research Institute of Tsinghua University at Shenzhen. Dr. Luo has authored two books published by Cambridge University Press in 1997 and the National Electronics Industry Press in 1993, respectively. He has also authored over 100 technical articles and 18 patents in related areas. As the lead guest editor, he has edited two special issues for Speech Communication and Signal Processing. Fa-Long Luo is the Editor of application handbook Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting with Multi-Standards (Springer, 2008). He has also been extensively involved in a number of standardization activities. His other book, Digital Front-End in Wireless Communications and Broadcasting: Circuits and Signal Processing, will appear in August, 2011 by Cambridge University Press. Fa-Long Luo served as an Associate Editor of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine and an Area Editor of IEEE Communication Surveys and Tutorials. He was also a Technical Committee Member of IEEE Signal Processing Society. Fa-Long Luo is now the Chairman of IEEE Industry DSP Standing Committee.

Biography Updated on 2 May 2011

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