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consultant , Electrical engineering educator

Chung-Ju Chang, Chinese electrical engineering educator, consultant. Achievements include development of RAX trunk tester the design to decrease the conflict probability if using hashing algorithm; development for traffic control of high speed communications networks. Recipient distinguished project award Ministry of Transportation and Communications, Taiwan, 1990, distinguished research award National Science Council, Taipei, 1991-1994.

Background

Chang, Chung-Ju was born on August 28, 1950 in Yulin, Taiwan. Son of Yan-Yueh and Shwn-Ching (Lu) Chang.

Education

Bachelor of Science, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 1972. Master of Science, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 1976. Postgraduate, University Texas, 1982.

Doctor of Philosophy, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1985.

Career

From assistant researcher telecommunications laboratories to director telecommunications laboratories Ministry of Communications, Taipei, Taiwan, 1976-1988. Associate professor National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 1988-1993, professor Taiwan, since 1993, director Institute Communications Engineering Taiwan, 1993-1995. Consultant Ministry of Communications, Taipei, Taiwan, 1987-1995, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Taipei, since 1995, Ministry of Education, Taipei, since 1995.

Member of decision making committee for telecommunications liberation in wireless communications business, chair engineering and technical subcommittee, telecommunications fixed-network liberation programming committee, Telecomm. Deliberate Body, Telecomm. Administration Review Board.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of RAX trunk tester the design to decrease the conflict probability if using hashing algorithm. Development for traffic control of high speed communications networks.

Membership

Board directors air traffic management Communications Association, Taipei, Tawian, since 1995, Telecomm. Development Foundation, Taipei, since 1995. Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (senior ), Vehicular Technology Society of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (chairman Taipei chapter since 1996), Chinese Institute Electrical Engineering, Association for Computing Machinery.

Connections

Married Chwen-Chwen Chiou, January 2, 1979. Children: Jack, Livia.

father:
Yan-Yueh Chang

mother:
Shwn-Ching (Lu) Chang

spouse:
Chwen-Chwen Chiou

child:
Jack Chang

child:
Livia Chang