His career in wireless communications has spanned over 20 years, during which time he has been involved in the development and deployment of various wireless standards, including AMPS, IS-54, GSM, IS-95/CDMA 2000, UMTS, EVDO, WiMax/802.16, and LTE/LTE-A. He joined Huawei’s North America Research Center in 2005, where he led a research team developing radio resource management algorithms for fourth generation wireless communication systems. He is currently a Principle Engineer, conducting research into next generation wireless technologies and participating in the standardization of LTE-advanced. One of his various activities is to represent Huawei as a delegate to different 3GPP RAN working groups. Before joining Huawei, he spent over ten years with Nortel Networks, where he held a number of positions in engineering, product development/integration, and product management. He has eight issued and several pending patents, and has published many technical articles. His current research interests include: device-to-device communications, next generation wireless system architecture, and wireless resource management.