Professor Jae-Hyouk Choi has been named as the ‘Distinguished Lecturer’ for the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society

Professor Jae-Hyouk Choi has been nominated as the Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society (SSCS). IEEE SSCS is the world’s largest integrated-circuit society with more than 10,000 members worldwide. IEEE SSCS is responsible for publishing and hosting the Journal of Solid-State Circuits (JSSC), IEEE Xplore’s largest downloaded journal, and the International Solid-State Circuits Conferences (ISSCC), the most authoritative conference in semiconductor circuits.  
IEEE SSCS selects about ten world-renowned scholars who lead research in this field with outstanding research results as ‘Distinguished Lecturers’ every year. This selection is more meaningful because the IEEE SSCS supports the selected distinguished researchers to travel around the world to give invited lectures and international conferences hosted by the IEEE, as well as at universities and research institutions around the world.
Professor Jae-Hyouk Choi was selected for his excellence in research in the field of RF/analog circuits for 5G and 6G communications. He will give a lecture on the subject of ‘Ultra-low-noise, high-frequency signal generation circuit research’, which is essential for the implementation of next-generation ultra-high-speed wired and wireless communication systems for two years from this year to 2021.
A list of current and past IEEE SSCS Distinguished Lecturers can be found at the link below.
Congratulations again to Professor Jae-Hyouk Choi!

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