BiographyMing-Bo Lin is a Professor of Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering (previous Department of Electronic Engineering) at National Taiwan University of Science and Technology. Professor Lin received a B.Sc. degree in electronic engineering from the National Taiwan Institute of Technology (now is National Taiwan University of Science and Technology), Taipei, his M.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from the National Taiwan University, Taipei, and his Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park. He has been teaching the courses related to the field of Computer Engineering and Microelectronics for over twenty-five years. He was an adjunct Professor at National Taiwan University. His research interests include VLSI system designs, mixed-signal integrated circuit designs, parallel architectures and algorithms, and embedded computer systems. He has published over sixty journal and conference papers in these areas. In addition to supervising three Doctoral dissertations and over fifty Master theses, he has directed the designs of over fifty ASICs and has consulted in industry extensively in the fields of ASIC, SoC, and embedded system designs. He is a senior member of IEEE. He received the Distinguished Teaching Award in 2007 from National Taiwan University of Science and Technology. He chaired the Workshop on Computer Architectures, Embedded Systems, and VLSI/EDA in National Computer Symposium (NCS) 2009. During the past twenty-five years, Professor Lin has translated two books and authored twenty-six books, especially including two English textbook, published globally by John Wiley & Sons and CRC Press, respectively.
Verilog HDL, C language, assembly languages, digital system designs, microcomputer system designs, microelectronics, and circuit designs
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
ASIC/FPGA systems design, SoC platform IP designs, embedded systems designs, mixed-signal IC Designs, high-speed digital system designs, parallel architectures and algorithms
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