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Alumnis Jie Chen named Distinguished Lecturer by IEEE Circuits and Systems Society

ISR alum Jie Chen (Ph.D. 1998), an assistant professor in Brown University's Electrical Sciences and Computer Engineering Department, has been named a Distinguished Lecturer by IEEE's Circuits and Systems Society. His term lasts through December 2005. He lectures on "Nanoscale Device Modeling and its Fault-tolerance Mesoscopic System Design" and "Joint Cross-layer Design for Wireless QoS Content Delivery."

Jie Chen heads the Brown BINARY Lab ( Biology, Information science and Nanotechnology Applications and Research laboratorY). His Ph.D. advisor was Professor K.J. Ray Liu (ECE/ISR).

—April 2004

April 5, 2004

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