Below are the candidates for IEEE Standards Association Board of Governor Member-at-Large, 2023-2024.

The sequence of candidates was determined by lottery and indicates no preference.

Candidates for Position 1 are:

  • David T. Chen (Nominated by IEEE Standards Association)
  • Kishik Park (Nominated by IEEE Standards Association)

 

Candidates for Position 2 are:

  • Sha Wei (Nominated by IEEE Standards Association)
  • Dorothy V. Stanley (Nominated by IEEE Standards Association)

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David T. Chen

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David T. Chen, PhD
(Nominated by IEEE Standards Association)

Head of Industrial Wireless BU
Moxa Americas
Brea, California, USA

Dr. David T. Chen has over twenty-five years of industrial experiences working for Motorola, Nokia Siemens Networks, Nokia Bell Labs, Foxconn Industrial Internet, and Moxa Inc. He has been a seasoned executive with track records of leading global R&D organizations in advanced technologies and the wireless industry. Dr. Chen is currently the Global Head of Industrial Wireless Business Group of Moxa Inc. He has been actively participating and contributing to various standardization bodies, such as IEEE802.16, IEEE802.1, IEEE802.3, IEEE1588, IEEE1904, CPRI, 5G ACIA, 3GPP, etc. He has been the invited speaker in many industrial forums such as 4G World, IWPC, ITSF, WSTS, ICC, 5G ACIA, and many more. He has numerous patents, papers, and publications in various journals, conferences, symposiums, and standard bodies. He received his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from National Taiwan University, and his Master and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Northwestern University.

 

Statement 

IEEE is a global technical society and the IEEE SA is a world leader in the development of standards that significantly influence and benefit our daily life. It will be a great honor and privilege to serve in the governance board to uphold the values, integrity, and reputations of IEEE SA.

 

IEEE Accomplishments and Activities
(M’14)

IEEE Standards Association:

  • IEEE-SA BOG’s Products and Services Innovation Strategic Management and Delivery Committee
  • IEEE 802.3br Secretary

IEEE Standards Committees:

  • IEEE 802.16e, Mobile Broadband Wireless Access System
  • IEEE 802.16j, Multihop relay
  • IEEE 802.16m, Mobile Wimax Release 2
  • IEEE 802.3br_Interspersing Express Traffic
  • IEEE 802.1CM_Time-Sensitive Networking for Fronthaul
  • IEEE 802.1CMde Time-Sensitive Networking for Fronthaul - Amendment 1: Enhancements to Fronthaul Profiles to Support New Fronthaul Interface, Synchronization, and Syntonization Standards
  • Many other ongoing IEEE 802.1 TSN standards

Conference:

  • Organizer and Chair, IEEE ICC 2017 “5G C-RAN & X-haul” Industry Panel

Selected Publications:

  • A Traffic Pattern Adaptive Mechanism to Bound Packet Delay and Delay Variation in 5G Fronthaul, EuCNC 2019
  • Handling Delay in 5G Ethernet Mobile Fronthaul Networks, EuCNC 2018
  • Link scheduling for mmWave WMN backhaul, 2017 IEEE International Conference on Communications
  • Fronthaul Bandwidth Analysis and Latency Constraint Considerations, IEEE 802.1CM Time-Sensitive Networking for Fronthaul standard contribution
  • Qbv Optional for Fronthaul over Ethernet, IEEE 802.1CM Time-Sensitive Networking for Fronthaul standard contribution
  • 5G self-optimizing wireless mesh backhaul, 2015 IEEE Conference on Computer Communications Workshops (INFOCOM WKSHPS), pp. 23-24, 2015.
  • TSN Fronthaul Considerations, IEEE 802.1CM Time-Sensitive Networking for Fronthaul standard contribution
  • On the Analysis of Using 802.16e WiMAX for Point-to-Point Wireless Backhaul, 2007 IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium, January 2007

Recognitions:

  • IEEE Standards Association Awards for outstanding contributions to the development of IEEE Standard 802.1CM™ (2018) and 802.3br™ (2016)

Memberships:

  • IEEE Standards Association
  • IEEE Communications Society

Kishik Park

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Kishik Park
(Nominated by IEEE Standards Association)
 
Vice-President & CSO
Destin Power Inc.
Naju-city, South Korea (Republic of Korea)
http://www.destin.co.kr/

 Dr. Kishik Park was educated at Seoul National University in Korea, where he obtained honors degree of B.A. in 1982 and M.A. in 1984. He also received a Ph.D. Degree in Telecommunications Policy in 1995, and a second Ph.D. in 2004 in Internet Multicast QoS.

He joined ETRI (Gov’t ICT Institute) of Korea in 1984 and retired in 2020. He has 36+ years research experience in various positions of ETRI including Vice-President for Info-Communications Technology, IT Strategy Research, and Standardization Research Center Managing Director.

He served as a Member of IEEE SA BOG actively including its subcommittees (2013-2020), ITU-T SG3 & WP3/TSAG Chairman, and Advisory Board Member of ASTAP/APT. Dr. Park has also carried out international roles such as the 9th GSC Chairman, Secretary General of Asia IT Ministers’ Conference, W3C AC representative.   

He wrote many books, published more than 150 papers, and received 2 National Orders of Industrial Merit.

 

Statement

Based on my broad experience in various standards organizations such as ITU, W3C, JTC1, GSC, and IEEE for 30+ years, if you give me an opportunity to continue to serve as an IEEE-SA BOG Member, I will do my best to contribute for the bright future of IEEE-SA focusing on the following points:

  • To strengthen the diversity of IEEE-SA participants considering regional, gender, generation balance incl. young experts and women engineers.  
  • To improve membership benefits and satisfaction in terms of standard-related activities/business.
  • To find more efficient and closer way for the collaboration and co-working on important standardization topics such as AI and Climate Change with other int’l SDOs
  • To increase efforts to strengthen active and closer networking and collaboration between Asian countries and IEEE-SA which is pursuing a global standards organization
     

IEEE Accomplishments and Activities
(M’12)

IEEE Board and Committees

  • Member, IEEE-SA Standards and Standards Innovation Strategic Management and Delivery Committee (S&SI SMDC) Ad Hoc Committee, 2022-Present
  • Member-at-Large, IEEE-SA Board of Governors, 2013-2020
  • Member, IEEE-SA Standards Education Committee, 2013-2015
  • Member, IEEE-SA Standards Conduct Committee, 2015-2016
  • Member, IEEE Technical Field Awards Council, IEEE Awards Board, 2016-2017
  • Member, IEEE Charles-Proteus-Steinmetz Award Committee, 2015-2016
  • Board of Director Member, IEEE Educational Activities Board, 2014
  • Member of several IEEE-SA Committees such as Nomination & Appointment Committee, Strategic Planning Committee, 2013-2020

 

IEEE Memberships:

  • Standards Association
  • Communications Society
  • Computer Society

 

External Activities for IEEE:

  • IEEE Standards Committee of ETRI (ETRI has actively participated in some of IEEE standards activities such as IEEE 802.11, IEEE 802.16, IEEE 802.21, IEEE 802.15, IEEE 802.3 
  • Auditor of IEEE 802 Forum of Korea
  • IEEE Representative to ASTAP (Asia-Pacific Tele-community Standardization Program)

Sha Wei

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Sha Wei
(Nominated by IEEE Standards Association)
Deputy Chief Engineer
China Academy of Information and Communications Technology
Beijing, China; and
Adjunct Professor
Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi’an, China
www.linkedin.com/in/sha-wei

Dr. Sha WEI is dedicated in standardization and strategy analysis of Smart Manufacturing and Digital Transformation. In IEEE SA, she serves as the vice chair (M’21-22) and member (M’19-M’22) of NesCom and member of SASB (M’19-M’22) and CAG (M’18).

In Smart Manufacturing, she is the Chair of IEEE/C/Smart Manufacturing Standard Committee, P2672 Mass Customization and P3144 Digital Twin, and members of IEC/SyC Smart Manufacturing, ISO/IEC JWG21 Smart manufacturing reference model and ITU-T SG20 IoT and smart cities, respectively. She is the Technology Lead of multiple National-level Projects and first author of 9 National Standards, respectively.

In Digital Transformation, she is the convenors of ISO/IEC JTC1/SC41/WG6 Digital Twin and former AG11 Digital Twin; former chair of IEEE P2807 Knowledge Graph working group and committee members of ISO/IEC JTC1 SC42 Artificial Intelligence; and chair of IEEE P3158 Trusted Data Matrix. She is the vice chair of SAC/TC 159/WG 19 Digital transformation.
 

Statement

Standardization is an art of making consensus. My education and working experiences have filled me with professional standardization strategies on achieving such goals with different stakeholders. Firstly, I come from the country with the largest number of corporate members of IEEE SA, giving me the natural sense to understand them and strengthen the impact of IEEE SA. Secondly, my education background in the birthplace of IEEE SA helps me cooperate with the largest number of individual members of IEEE SA. Together, I could build bridges between the two forces. Thirdly, I have also learnt how to built multi-lateral collaborations with experts from different background. Fourthly, my leadership and working experiences in both industry and academy research motivate me to integrate IEEE SA and technical societies more closely if I am elected. I am willing to serve in BoG with these experiences and grow with IEEE SA in the future.

 

IEEE Accomplishments and Activities
(M’19-M’21)
 

  • Member, IEEE SASB (IEEE SA Standards Board)
    • Actively promoted the IEEE SA works in IEEE Region 10 (Asia and Pacific)
    • Encouraged and coordinated the development of IEEE standards
  • Member and Vice Chair, IEEE SA NesCom (New Standards Committee)
    • Reviewed approximately 800 PARs (Project Authorization Requests) in the past three years
  • Member, IEEE SA ProCom (Procedures Committee)
  • Member, IEEE Charles Proteus Steinmetz Award Committee
  • Member, IEEE Hans Karlsson Award Committee
  • Chair, IEEE/C/Smart Manufacturing Standards Committee
    • Leading 13 working groups and 14 standard projects in the standards committee, including mass customization, online detection, digital representation, smart factory, smart logistics, standard-oriented knowledge graphs, etc.
    • Leading 135 committee members from China, US, Germany, Japan, India and Singapore
    • Sponsoring of Industry Connections (IC) – Roadmap for the development and implementation of standard-oriented knowledge graphs
  • Chair, IEEE P 2672 Mass Customization Working Group
    • Organized 20 meetings to develop the Guide for General Requirements of Mass Customization
  • Chair, IEEE P 3144 Digital Twin Working Group
    • Working on the maturity model and assessment methodology of Digital Twin in industry
  • Chair, IEEE P 3158 Trusted Data Matrix Working Group
    • Working on the system architecture of trusted data matrix, which is the driving force of trusted data sharing and trading
  • Former Chair, IEEE P 2806 Digital Representation Working Group
    • Organized 8 meetings to define the system architecture of digital representation for physical objects in factory environments
  • Former Chair, IEEE P 2807 Knowledge Graph Working Group
    • Leading 7 sub-working groups, including finance, power, scientific and standards. At present, more than 60 corporate members participate the working group

Dorothy V. Stanley

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Dorothy V. Stanley 
(Nominated by IEEE Standards Association)

HPE Fellow
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Warrenville, Illinois, USA
https://www.linkedin.com/in/dorothy-stanley-1ab2102/


Dorothy Stanley currently serves as Chair of the IEEE 802.11 Working Group. She has been involved in wireless LAN product strategy and standards activities at since 2005, leading and participating in IEEE 802.11, Wi-Fi Alliance, Wireless Broadband Alliance, and Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) standards developments. She has also served as liaison from IEEE 802.11 to the IETF and currently co-chairs the IAB-IEEE 802 Coordination committee. Her work in standards development and industry interoperability programs has supported Wi-Fi industry innovation to enable solutions that provide significant consumer and economic value in the global marketplace.

Prior to joining Aruba Networks in 2005, Dorothy was a Consulting Member of the Technical Staff at Agere Systems for Wavelan products and a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff at Lucent Technologies and AT&T Bell Laboratories.

Among Dorothy’s awards are 5 patents, a Wi-Fi Alliance Members Achievement Award, and numerous IEEE Standards Association awards.

 

Statement

The IEEE Standards Association has a unique role in global standards development, enabling individuals and entities with common technical interests to define standards in well-developed and emerging technology areas.

I believe that the Board of Governors must continue to raise the visibility of IEEE SA as a world class venue for standards development, promote IEEE-SA activities and provide opportunities to engage individuals, government bodies, and industry organizations. The Board must identify and respond to the emerging needs as it has with development of the open source and industry alliance initiatives. These actions will provide a broader set of IEEE SA solutions to meet the market, consumer, and societal needs for standards, consensus building, and the use of technology.

I bring to the Board of Governors experience in the day-to-day realities of development of a large and consequential IEEE standard, understanding the challenges of reaching consensus, and adjusting to the pandemic challenges.

 

IEEE Accomplishments and Activities
(M’82-SM’19-LS’22)

IEEE Standards Association Boards and Committees:

I have been an active participant in both IEEE Standards development and governance roles:

  • Chair IEEE 802.11 Working Group 2018-2022
  • Vice Chair IEEE 802.11 Working Group 2014-2018
  • Chair IEEE 802.11 TGmb, TGmc, TGmd Task Groups (responsible for development of IEEE Std 802.11-2012, IEEE Std 802.11-2016 and IEEE Std 802.11-2020
  • Member IEEE Standards Association Standards Board 2018-2022
  • Chair IEEE Standards Association Standards Board New Standards Committee 2019-2022
  • Member IEEE Standards Association Standards Board New Standards Committee 2016
  • Member IEEE Standards Association Standards Board Audit Committee 2018
  • Member IEEE Standards Association Standards Board New Procedures Committee 2019-2022
  • Member IEEE Standards Association Standards Board Patent Committee 2018
  • Standards Association Representative to IEEE Women in Engineering 2017

In 2017, the IEEE 802.11 Working Group received the IEEE SA Award for Emerging Technology for the IEEE 802.11ad-2012 standard, Enhancements for Very​ ​ High Throughput in the 60 GHz Band standard, and the first IEEE standard for wireless LAN millimeter wave technology.

IEEE Society Memberships:

  • IEEE Communications Society
  • IEEE Women in Engineering
  • Computer Society