Dr. Terry Ye is the Professor at the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) at the Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech), and by courtesy, an Adjunct Professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Carnegie Mellon University. Dr. Ye is active in both academic research as well as industrial applications in many engineering areas that include IC Designs, VLSI, Internet-of-Things (IOT) Wireless Sensor Devices and Neuromorphic Computing ICs.
Dr. Ye received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 2003 and Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering from Tsinghua University (Beijing) in 1993. Prior to SUSTech, Dr. Ye had been the Professor of CMU-SYSU Joint Institute of Engineering since 2014, as well as the Director of Research and Technology Development of Hong Kong R&D Center for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LSCM) since the center’s inception in 2007, He also serves as the research fellow at the University of Hong Kong. the Chief Scientist of IOT Lab at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology， as well as Member of the Consultant Committee of Microsystem Institute, China Academy of Science.
Beside his academic activities, Dr. Ye is also keen on industry-academic collaborations. He had held various engineering and consulting roles in China Academy of Science, Impinj Inc, Synopsys Inc., Magma Design Automation Inc., Silicon Architects Inc. and many other Silicon Valley companies.
1993, Tsinghua University, BSEE
2003, Stanford University, PhD, EE
2018 – Present, Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology
2014-2017, Associate Professor, Joint Institute of Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University and Sun Yet-San University
2007 – 2014, Director of Research and Technology Development, Hong Kong R/D Center
IC Designs, VLSI, EDA, Internet-of-Things (IOT) Wireless Sensor Devices and Neuromorphic Computing ICs
First Prize Winner of 2012 National Technology Venture Competition (Co-Founder)
Red Herring 2014 Top 100 Global High Tech Startups (Co-Founder)
1. "Flexible Frequency Selective Metamaterials for Microwave Applications"
Gao Bo, Matthew M. F. Yuen, Terry Ye, Scientific Reports, Article number: 45108 (2017)
2. “Ferrite Film Loaded Frequency Selective Metamaterials for Sub-GHz Applications”
Gao Bo, Matthew M. F. Yuen, Terry Ye, Materials, 9(12), 1009, December 2016
3. “A Single-Layer Compact HF-UHF Dual-Band RFID Tag Antennad” Ma, Z. L.; Jiang, L. J.; Xi, J.; Ye, Terry. T.
IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, Volume: 11, 2012
4. “Compact Metallic RFID Tag Antennas With a Loop-Fed Method”,
Yang, P.H.; Yan Li; Lijun Jiang; Chew, W.C.; Ye, Terry, T., IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation: Dec. 2011, 59(12), Page(s) 4454-4462
5. “On-Chip Implementation of Multiprocessor Networks and Switch Fabrics”,
Terry Tao Ye, Giovanni De Micheli,International Journal of Embedded Systems, February 2005.
6.“Packetization and Routing for On-Chip Communication Networks”,
Terry Tao Ye, Luca Benini, Giovanni De Micheli, Journal of System Architecture, special issue on Networks-on-Chip, December 2003.
7. “Analysis of Power Consumption on Switch Fabrics in Network Routers”,
Terry Tao Ye, Luca Benini, Giovanni De Micheli, Design Automation Conference, DAC 2002, Proceedings, Page(s): 524 –529. （500 + citations）
8. “Powering Networks on Chips -- Energy-Efficient and Reliable SoC Interconnect Design”,
Terry Tao Ye, Luca Benini, Giovanni De Micheli, Book Chapter in “Low Power Electronics Design”, Publisher: CRC Press 2004.
“Powering Networks on Chips -- Energy-Efficient and Reliable SoC Interconnect Design”,Terry Tao Ye, Luca Benini, Giovanni De Micheli,Book Chapter in “Low Power Electronics Design”, Publisher: CRC Press 2004.
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