Networking & Connectivity

Tingjun Chen is a Ph.D. student in the Electrical Engineering Department at Columbia University, advised by Prof. Gil Zussman. His research interests are in the areas of future wireless networks and systems, including Internet-of-Things (IoT), energy harvesting networks, full-duplex wireless, massive antenna systems, optical-wireless networks, and millimeter-wave networks. In particular, his research focuses on the design and optimization of physical (PHY) layer technologies and Medium Access Control (MAC) layer protocols and their performance evaluation using customdesigned prototypes and testbeds. He is the student co-lead of the Columbia Full-duplex Wireless: From Integrated Circuits to Networks (FlexICoN) project and is involved in the design and deployment of the NSF PAWR COSMOS testbed.

Tingjun received his B.Eng. from Tsinghua University, China, in 2014. He received the Wei Family Private Foundation Fellowship, the Columbia Electrical Engineering Armstrong Memorial Award and the Millman Award, as well as the ACM CoNEXT 2016 Best Paper Award. More information is available on his website.