Meng selected as an Academician of the Academia Sinica

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Meng selected as an Academician of the Academia Sinica

Fellow Teresa H. Meng has been selected as an Academician of the Academia Sinica, the highest honor given to scientists in Taiwan. Based in Taipei, Academia Sinica is Taiwan’s national science academy. It supports research in a variety of fields, including mathematics, physical and life sciences, humanities, and social sciences.

Meng is one of 18 academicians named this year (the honors are presented biennially) and at age 49 is the academy’s youngest member. The distinction recognizes her work in wireless telecommunications and digital signal processing. She is cofounder and a board member of Atheros Communications, a San Jose, Calif., developer of semiconductors for wireless and other network communications products. She helped develop the first 5-gigaherz radio to be commercially manufactured in a standard complementary metal-oxide semiconductor process—which opened the door for a wide variety of high-speed wireless local area network applications. She is also a professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Stanford University. Meng is a member of the IEEE Communications, Solid-State Circuits, and Signal Processing societies.

(Source: Information from IEEE The Institute)

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