Dr. Chung details his experiences both as an academician and as an engineer which involved several local and international collaborations. With such team work and openness, extensive research achievements were made possible. Dr. Chung calls on everyone to the idea of interdisciplinarity, where each individual can contribute following his research expertise.
Dr. Wen-Yaw (Danny) Chung is a professor at the Department of Electronic Engineering, Chung Yuan Christian University (CYCU). He is a Senior Member of the IEEE which is the official international organization of electrical and electronics engineers. He is the director of the Mixed – Signal VLSI and ASIC Research Lab in CYCU. He is the coordinator for the “Microelectronic Engineering and Applications Program” elite study in Taiwan of CYCU. He was previously the design manager of the United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC), senior design engineer at the Advanced Microelectronics Division of the Institute for Technological Development, MS, USA, and associate process engineer at the Electronic Research and Service Organization (ERSO, ITRI, Taiwan. His research interests include, but are not limited to, CMOS analog and digital circuit design for biomedical and environmental applications, wireless sensor networks for precision aqua- and agricultural applications.
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