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Yen-Kuang Chen: Biography

Yen-Kuang Chen

Yen-Kuang Chen (also known as, Y.-K.) is a Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation and Associate Director of Intel-NTU Connected Context Computing Center. His research interests include Internet of Things, machine-to-machine, multimedia signal processing, video compression, parallel processing, and computer architecture.  He is a key contributor to SSSE3 and AVX instruction sets on Intel® CoreTM processor family. He has 25+ US patents, 25+ pending patent applications, and 85+ technical publications. He has served as an editorial board member of 5+ journals and a program committee member of 40+ international conferences, on multimedia, video compression/communication, image/signal processing, VLSI circuits and systems, parallel processing, and software optimization. He is an invited participant to 2002 Frontiers of Engineering Symposium (National Academy of Engineering) and to 2003 German-American Frontiers of Engineering Symposium (Alexander von Humboldt Foundation). He received his Ph.D. from Princeton University, and is an IEEE Fellow.