Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Dr. Chung-Horng Lung: Biography
Chung-Horng Lung received his B.Eng. degree in
Computer Science and Engineering from Chung-Yuan
in 1983, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science and Engineering
from Arizona State University
in 1988 and 1994, respectively.
In September 2001, he joined the Department of Systems and
Computer Engineering, Carleton
University, Ottawa, Canada,
where he is now an associate professor. He was with Nortel Networks from 1995
to 2001. At Nortel, he worked in the Software
Engineering Analysis Lab (SEAL) as the lead for the Software Architecture Analysis group and the Optical Packet Interworking (OPi) on IP/MPLS traffic engineering.
He worked in the Electronics Research and
Service Organization (ERSO), Industrial
Technology Research Institute (ITRI)
in 1985. He also worked as an instructor in Taiwan and Arizona State
His research interests include: Software Engineering, Computer
Networks, Cloud Computing, Wireless Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks, and Network-based
Paper Award, the International
Conference on Mechatronics and Automation (ICMA), June 2006.
Paper Award, the 7th World Multi Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics
and Informatics (SCI), Information
Management Session, 2003.
Award for Leadership in Technology (Software
Performance Engineering team of five in the Software Engineering Analysis
Lab, one of 60 recipients out of ~80,000 employees), 1999, Nortel
Paper Award, Int'l Conf. on Software Eng. and Knowledge Eng., 1998.
Presidentís Award of Excellence, Advanced Software & Network Technology,
1998, Nortel Networks.
Award in the Quality Category (Software
Engineering Analysis Lab team), 1996, Nortel Networks.
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