Distinguished Professor Chih-Peng Li of the Institute of Communications Engineering was awarded the "Outstanding Engineering Professors Award" by the Chinese Institute of Engineers
(Provided by Office of Research and Development) Distinguished Professor Chih-Peng Li of the Institute of Communications Engineering, National Sun Yat-sen University (NSYSU), specializes in the research fields of wireless communications, sequence design, digital signal processing, and computer networks. He was recently awarded the 2023 "Outstanding Engineering Professors Award" by the Chinese Institute of Engineers, adding a new page to the Honor Roll of NSYSU.
Distinguished Professor Chih-Peng Li is an IEEE Fellow with excellent research performance. He has published more than two-hundred papers in top international journals/conferences, published two books, applied for 78 domestic and foreign patents, and won the 2020 National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) Outstanding Research Award. Since 2016, he has served as an expert of the European Commission H2020-ICT. In February 2021, he was seconded to the NSTC as the Director General of the Department of Engineering and Technologies. Professor Li is a considerable member of important academic organizations at home and abroad. He is also the chief judge and review committee member of many important projects and awards. This time Professor Li won the "Outstanding Engineering Professors Award" of the Chinese Institute of Engineers, showing that his academic and research ability has been recognized.
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