Yu-Ting Hsueh Selected for IEEE Photonics Society Fellowship

Atlanta, GA

Yu-Ting Hsueh was selected for an IEEE Photonics
Society Graduate Student Fellowship Award. A Ph.D. student in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Georgia Tech, she received this honor on
October 11 at the IEEE Photonics Conference, held in Arlington, Va.

Ms. Hsueh has published more than 30 papers in prestigious journals and conference proceedings, and she was first author for 14 papers. She also won the Bor-Uei Chen Outstanding Memorial Scholarship, sponsored by the Photonics Society of Chinese-Americans, for outstanding accomplishments in graduate study in 2009. As the second Ph.D. student from ECE Professor Gee-Kung Chang's research group to receive the IEEE Photonics Society Graduate Student Fellowship Award, Yu-Ting is doing her Ph.D. thesis research on radio over fiber and 100G optical transport systems. Her work has generated profound impacts in converged optical and wireless access networks that can provide both the conventional and future-proof multi-gigabit/s wireless services over fiber and air space in a single system platform.

Last revised August 1, 2017