Jump to the main content block
:::

Information Category Menu

:::

Experiences

Cheng-Wen Wu received the BSEE degree from National Taiwan University
in 1981, and the MS and PhD degrees in ECE from UCSB in 1985 and 1987,
respectively. Since 1988, he has been with the Department of EE, National
Tsing Hua University (NTHU), Hsinchu, Taiwan, where he is currently a Tsing
Hua Distinguished Chair Professor. He has served in the past at NTHU as the
Director of Computer Center, Chair of EE Department, Director of IC Design
Technology Center, Dean of the College of EECS, and Senior Vice President
for Research. When he was on leave from NTHU, 2007 to 2014, he served at
ITRI as the General Director of the SOC Technology Center, and the Vice
President and General Director of the Information and Communications Labs.
Dr. Wu received the Distinguished Teaching Awards (twice) from NTHU, the
Outstanding Electrical Engineering Professor Award from the Chinese
Institute of Electrical Engineers (CIEE), the Distinguished Research Awards
(three times) from National Science Council, the Industrial Collaboration
Awards (twice) from the Ministry of Education (MOE), the Academic Award
from the Ministry of Education (MOE), the National Endowed Chair
Professorship from MOE, the EE Medal (highest honor) from CIEE, etc. His
current research interests include test and repair of semiconductor memories,
and design and test of symbiotic/neuromorphic IOT devices and systems. He
is a life member of the CIEE, a life member of Taiwan IC Design Society, a
Fellow of the ROC Technology Management Society, and a Fellow of the IEEE.