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Managing Director - Chung-Hua Chang

Prof. Chung-Hua Chang is the head of the Computer Engineering Group at Tufts University in Boston. After graduating from the Department of Engineering at National Cheng Kung University and working for Phillips Electronics, he went to the U.S. in 1981 and received a Master's degree in Computer Science from Montana State University and a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University in Philadelphia. He has been employed at Tufts University since then.

Professor Chang's main research areas are: computer architecture, parallel processing, wireless protocols, wireless sensor communication networks, computer networks, multimedia communications, and RFID. He has received many research awards including Microelectronic Design, Prototyping Shop, Table Understanding, Semantics for Complex Table Recognition, and Defense Data Network (DDN) research. He has worked with Syracuse University, MIT, Boston University, and Northeastern University on issues of network usage and collaboration under the NSF-sponsored Wireless Grid Computing Program, and most recently, on low-power wireless sensor networks, 6LoWPAN, and underwater wireless sensor network design, evaluation, and their applications.

Professor Chang has been actively involved in community service and academic and professional research, and has served as a mentor professor of the Taiwan Youth Club (the predecessor of FTSANE) for many years, president of the New England Monte Jade Technology Association (2000), president of the New England Chinese Professionals Association (2010-2012), and chairman of the board of directors (2103-2014). In October 2005, he was elected as a Distinguished Alumni of the University. He is currently on the Board of Directors of the Chinese Professionals Association of New England and an advisor to the Federation of The Taiwanese Association of New England (FTSANE).