Jiashu Chen is a Ph.D. candidate at UCB’s Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department. He is also an active researcher at the Berkeley Wireless Research Center, which is devoted to the design and implementation of next-generation wireless systems in computers and mobile devices through use of state-of-the-art technologies.
His research focuses primarily on integrated circuits operating at radio frequencies. However, he is also investigating the feasibility of low-cost circuits operating at millimeter-wave frequencies; these would offer much higher rates of data transmission, and would eventually permit the replacement of cables by wireless systems.
A native of China, Jiashu received his Bachelor’s degree from the City University of Hong Kong; he earlier studied at Fudan University in Shanghai. From January to May of 2006, he was an exchange student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.