|Professor Sun-Yuan Kung|
|Abstract of talk|
|Friday, September 6, 14:00-18:00|
Fields of Research Activity: VLSI signal processing, array processors, neural computing, digital signal processing, application-driven total system.
Experience: One year of industrial experience in LSI circuit design; fourteen years of teaching and research at the University of Southern California and Princeton University. He has taught courses in linear algebra, signal processing, spectrum analysis, linear systems, neural computing, and VLSI array processors. He has authored two textbooks and more than two hundred technical papers.
Biography: Sun-Yuan Kung was born in Taiwan on January 2, 1950.
He received the B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the National
Taiwan University in 1971; M.S. in Electrical Engineering from
the University of Rochester in 1974; and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
from Stanford University in 1977.
From 1977 to 1987, he was on the faculty of Electrical Engineering-Systems at the University of Southern California. In 1984, he was a Visiting Professor at Stanford University and later in the same year, a visiting professor at the Delft University of Technology. Since September 1987, he has been a Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Princeton University. He currently serves on the IEEE Technical Committees on VLSI Signal Processing and Neural Networks and an Editor-in-Chief of Journal of VLSI Signal Processing. Membership in Societies: IEEE (Fellow), ACM (Member).