Dr. May Huang is the chair of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and Director of Research and Development at ITU. She also serves as a professor at the School of Software and Microelectronics, Peking University (PKU) in China and invited professor for teaching at Tsinghua University as well as Beijing University of Post and Telecommunication. She leads research activities at ITU including a joint research team with members from ITU and PKU. Dr. Huang brings more than 20 years of Silicon Valley IC design and software design experience to ITU. She was a designer and project manager at VLSI Technology, Inc., Hitachi Semiconductor America, and Virtual Silicon Technology. She participated as a member of the working group and balloter on VITAL, Verilog and Analog Extensions of VHDL toward IEEE standard. Her research interests are low power IC design and methodology and artificial intelligence.
Dr. Huang holds a bachelor’s degree from the South China University of Technology, a master’s degree from Santa Clara University and a doctorate from ITU, all in electrical engineering. She was the first PhD graduate at ITU completed under the supervision of ITU founder Dr. Shu-Park Chan.