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Chun-Ting Chou

Professor Chou has been working in the area of wireless local and personal area networks, with emphasis on QoS provisioning, medium access control (MAC) protocols and spectrum-agile communications.


During his Ph.D. study in University of Michigan, Professor Chou developed and established analytical models to determine optimal control parameters, including arbitration inter-frame space (AIFS) and contention window size in IEEE 802.11 wireless local area networks. The results were published in the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, one of the most prestigious journals in the networking research society, and are also included in the latest IEEE 802.11e Standard. He also established performance benchmark and designed new protocols for the next-generation cognitive wireless communications. He published three pioneering papers in this new area, including IEEE Globecom’04 and ’05, and IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications. His research work in QoS provisioning, admission control and resource allocation smooth, and fast handoff mechanism for Mobile IP networks were also published in various international conferences and journals, including IEEE INFOCOM’ 02, ‘04, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing and IEEE/ACM Wireless Networks.


Professor Chou joined Philips Research North America as a senior member research staff at 2004 and has designed various medium access control (MAC) protocols for WiMedia Ultra Wide Band (UWB), IEEE 802.15.5 mesh network, and Ecma International TC32/TG20 wireless short-range transmission. He helped Philips Semiconductor to design both software and hardware architecture for its wireless USB chipset (based on the WiMedia UWB protocol) and developed various product-differentiating algorithms.