Chung-Chin Lu

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Organization: National Tsing Hua University
Region: Asia
Country: Taiwan

Chung-Chin Lu is a professor from the Department of Electrical Engineering at National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan. His research interests include communication theory, system bioinformatics, quantum information science, and error-correcting codes.

Career History

  • Professor, Dept of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University (2000 - Present)
  • Visiting Scientist, Computational Neurobiology Lab, Salk Institute, USA (2007 - 2008)
  • Visiting Scholar, Inst. for Neural Computation, University of California San Diego (2007 - 2008)
  • Chairman, EE Dept, NTHU (2003 - 2006)
  • Vice Chairman, EE Dept, NTHU (2000 - 2003)
  • Visiting Scholar, EE Dept, Princeton University, USA (1998 - 1999)
  • Associate Professor, EE Dept, NTHU (1987 - 2000)

ICANN and Internet Governance Participation

  • Convenor, Civil IoT Construction Program Task Force, 2017 – Present
  • Co-chair, 2006 Fall Workshop on Information Theory and Communications and 2006 Taiwan-Hong Kong Joint Workshop on Information Theory and Communications, 2006
  • Program Co-chair, International Symposium on Communications, 1997
  • Program Co-chair, Workshop on Communication networks, 1996


  • PhD in Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California
  • M. Sc, Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California
  • B. Sc, Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University


Chung-Chin Lu is the author and co-author of many publications:

  • On bit-level trellis complexity of Reed-Muller codes
  • A search of minimal key functions for normal basis multipliers
  • A systolic array implementation of the Feng-Rao algorithm
  • Loss behavior in space priority queue with batch Markovian arrival process-Discrete-time case
  • Efficient architectures for syndrome generation and error location search in the decoding of Hermitian codes
  • A serial-in-serial-out hardware architecture for systematic encoding of Hermitian codes via Groebner bases
  • Prediction of splice sites with dependency graphs and their expanded Bayesian networks
  • Space-time code design for CPFSK modulation over frequency-nonselective fading channels
  • Systolic array implementation of a real-time symbol-optimum multiuser detection algorithm
  • A view of Gaussian elimination applied to early stopped Berlekamp-Massey algorithm
  • Extracting transcription factor binding sites from unaligned gene sequences with statistical models