PROFESSOR H.ANTHONY CHAN:
H. Anthony Chan, Ph.D., physics at University of Maryland, College Park in 1982.
Fellow of IEEE, an honorary professor at The University of Hong Kong.
Anthony Chan received his Ph.D. in physics at the University of Maryland, College Park in 1982 and then continued post-doctorate research there in basic science. After joining the former AT&T Bell Labs in 1986.
His work moved to industry-oriented research in areas of interconnection, electronic packaging, reliability, and assembly in manufacturing, and then moved again to network management, network architecture and standards for both wireless and wireline networks.
He moved to academia as the professor at the University of Cape Town in 2004 and moved again to industry research as he joined Huawei Technologies in Dallas USA in 2007. His current research is in the 5G Wireless core network with software-defined network and network virtualization.
Anthony is a Fellow of IEEE, an honorary professor at The University of Hong Kong, and an adjunct professor of Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He contributes to Internet standards in IETF and IEEE802.21 standards, and he had chaired IEEE Standard 802.21c Task Group on Single Radio Handover Optimization.
He has authored/co-authored over 200 conference and journal papers, a research handbook, several book chapters, and over 20 US patents. He had delivered 8 conference keynotes and 40 conference tutorials / short courses. His talks attempt at bringing practical issues from the industry while also offering conceptual clarity to be of broader interest to the audience.
The DL resides in Texas, United States.
- 5G and Future Wireless Internet: Changes and Challenges
- Software Defined Network and Network Function Virtualization for Wireless Networks
- Distributed Mobility for Future Mobile Internet
- Role of Communication and Networking in Developing Countries and Digital Divide