Emerging Technologies and Services Research Department
Tel: (732)-699-2290 (Office)
Fax: (732)-336-8078 (Office)
T. Russell Hsing, a Fellow of the IEEE, British Computer Society (BCS) in
is responsible for the overall R&D programs and business development in the
areas of: (1) vehicular networks and telematics applications; (2) information
and wireless sensors networking solutions for healthcare applications; (3)
business process and system dynamics modeling for financial industry, and (4)
physical security solutions. He is
also managing the Vehicular Networking and Telematics Business within the Applied
· In 1987, he and his research team had designed the world first working VLSI 8 X 8 DCT chip for video compression and visual communications.
· In 1988, he was the originator to propose the HDSL/ADSL concept and then has led a R&D team at Bellcore to demonstrate the world first working QAM-based ADSL system in 1992.
· In 1997, he has led a R&D team to design, develop and demonstrate the first end-to-end working systems of Personal Access Communications Systems (PACS) for wireless local loops applications which need low-power and low-tier.
· In 2002, he has been given a responsibility to establish a new R & D department on Emerging Technologies and Services Research which includes the vertical applications in the areas of Vehicular Networks & Telematics Applications, Bio-sensor based wireless networks for healthcare applications, and video-based physical security systems to situation awareness applications.
2004, he has led a team to establish
2008, he was instrumental to establish
is now supervising Directors of TARC-TW in
1990, he has been a member of the Technical Advisory Committee for the Computer
& Communication Laboratories (CCL) of ITRI in
Ph.D. (Electrical Engineering), University of Rhode Island (Feb. 1977)
M.Sc. (Electrical Engineering), University of Rhode Island (Feb. 1974)
Ph.D program (Physics), City College of New York, CUNY (Sep. 1971 – Aug. 1972)
B.Sc. (Electro-physics), National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan (June, 1970)
Dale Carnegie Association (one semester training course on Effective Presentation and
Human Relations), New Jersey (1988)
PDP (The in-house MBA Program at Bellcore) Program, Class of 1997
Finished advanced business courses at Stanford Business Graduate School, MIT Sloan
School and in-house training courses from Business Schools at the University of Texas
At Austin and the University of Illinois from 1995 through 1997
Married, two children
5' 9"; 145 LB
Fellow, IEEE – For contribution and leadership in the development of technology to
transport video rate data on existing telephone access lines (1995)
Fellow, British Computer Society, United Kingdom (2005)
Fellow, SPIE (The International Society for Optical Engineering) – For contribution and
leadership in the area of visual communications and image processing (1987)
Founding Chair, Sub-Technical Committee on “Vehicular Networks and Telematics
Applications”, IEEE Communications Society (since
Members of the Scientific Advisory Board (with Prof. Andrew Yao and
Prof. Frank Kelley) – Institute of Networks Coding, Chinese
University of Hong Kong (since 2010)
Chair, Fellow Evaluation Committee, IEEE Communication Society (2010-2011)
Member, Fellow Evaluation Committee, IEEE Communication Society (2006-2008)
2003 SAIC Executive Science and Technology Council (ESTC) Publication Prize
Member, Phi Tau Phi Honorable Society (since 1994)
Delta Mu Delta Honorable Business Society of Salem-Teikyo University
Telcordia Technologies, Inc., Piscataway, New Jersey (March '86 - Present)
Executive Director, Wireless Technology and Networking Systems Department (May '95 – Nov. ‘02) and Emerging Technologies and Services Department (Nov. 2002 – Present)
Head, the Automotive Telematics Program (Nov. 2002 – Present)
Supervising Director, Telcordia Applied Research Center in Poland (TARC-PL), Poznan & Warsaw, Poland (Jan, 2008-Present)
Supervising Director and Board of Director, Telcordia Applied Research Center in Taiwan (TAC-TW), Taipei, Taiwan (Nov. 2004-President)
Director, Wireless and Broadband Systems Research Group (July '94 - May '95)
Director, Signal Processing Systems Research Group (March '86 - July '94)
Oversee (as a Board Director) and
supervising Director of the
and supervising Director the
· Participated in cooperate tasks on China marketing development, Bold-New Initiatives, and technology commercialization of Applied Research, to formulate and prepare a part of Bellcore's Corporate Business Plan.
· Lead a research group to develop cost-effective very high-speed digital subscriber lines (ADSL, HDSL, and VDSL) technologies and multimedia communication/ video/data services in the copper-based subscriber loop plant, fiber-coaxial based hybrid loop architecture, and future integration of wireless access on ATM-based broadband networks. Responsibilities included program definition, staffing, implementation, budgeting and managing R&D teams, and transferring the outputs to the vender community and the world of science & technology community (via journal and IEEE/SPIE conference publications). All efforts are directly in support of increasing corporate business revenues and reducing the operation cost.
new R&D initiatives, develop new customers with anew multi-millions dollars of annual business
in Automotive Networking and Telematics Applications for
· Led, Managed and contributed to research and development on all aspects of evolving the low-power wireless personal communications technology entitled Personal Access Communication System (PACS) specifications into a complete end-to-end (from ASIC chips to handset, base station, base station controller and programmable switch) commercially available system for Wireless Local Loop (WLL), Wireless Internet and PCS applications.
· Led the strategic research and prototype initiatives on wireless security and wireless call agent work. The research prototype has been adopted by many industrial research laboratories and universities around the world.
· Led the business case study on High-Speed Broadband Wireless Data (>100 Mbps) and Internet Applications in Next Generation Networks (NGN), and then developing research programs to execute the business plan.
· Led, developed, evaluated, and inspired a research team to tackle the technical issues and to meet the business challenge on how can hybrid fiber/coax access networks and ATM backbone networks support large anticipated future demands for wireless access services. The five projects are: wireless access and broadband network integration, PCS mobility and resource management under wireless ATM environment, wireless access and enterprise network integration, adaptive and multi-tier wireless access to ATM network interconnection, and multimedia communication and security.
· Established a joint venture with a major wireless manufacturer in the Asia Pacific region to develop the PACS chipset for a low-tier, low-power PCS system in 1997
· Established a Technical Liaison Office to manage the technology commercialization activities in Taiwan in 1996
· Led efforts to have several licensing agreements signed on Bellcore's low tier PACS technology in the Asia Pacific region. Develop the international marketing opportunity analysis on wireless PACS technology (with marketing and sales organizations).
· Led recent efforts in submitting technical proposals, in the areas of digital wireless video, wireless ATM, and high-speed wide-band wireless networking to the government funding agencies such as ARPA and US Army Research Labs
· led, developed, evaluated, and inspired a research group to; (1) develop the world's first QAM-based working ADSL research prototype for Bellcore's participation in the ANSI T1E1 "ADSL Olympics" and Nynex Impulse Noise testing, (2) develop the basis for a full understanding of the ADSL-3 technology (6 Mbit/s) and beyond under existing loop impairments in the copper loop plant.
· Initiated and directed a Very High-Speed Digital Subscriber Line (VDSL) technology (> 10 Mbit/s) program to provide cost-effective loop transmission technologies and bring the ATM/SONET access to the residential houses in the copper-based subscriber loop and "last drop" connections for Fiber-to-The Curb (FTTC). Theoretical foundation of bit-rate versus loop length under existing loop environment has been accomplished.
· Using ADSL and SONET/ATM to demonstrate the world's first end-to-end networked services (MPEG and CD-i) in Bellcore's Video-On-Demand platform.
· Several common carriers have announced their VOD trials using the ADSL technology in 1994.
· Created and directed the High-Speed Digital Subscriber Line (HDSL) technology (1/2 T1 rate over 12 Kft CSA range, full-duplex, without repeater and engineering conditioning) program from concept proposal to model simulation, prototype demonstration and T1E1 standardization. Successfully transferred this technology to the vendor’s community (through ANSI T1E1 Committee). Edited the Special Issue on HDSL for IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (August 1991). Two IEEE HDSL Workshops have been organized (1990 and 1991). ANSI T1 Committee has adopted this HDSL as a standard project. Now several RBOCs and PTTs have started to deploy the HDSL transceivers in their network.
· Co-led the effort on designing and demonstrating the world's first working 16x16 DCT chip (2 um CMOS technology) for the low-bit-rate videos.
· Led the effort on designing and demonstrating a working DSP-based 16 Kbit/s speech compressor in real-time for radio communications applications.
· Led the effort on ISDN during the line code selection process.
· Directed the project on bi-directional fiber optics transmission and the multi-level optical transmission technology
Peking University, Bejing, China (since 2011)
Visiting Professor, Institute of Wireless Communications and Signal Processing
Chinese University in Hong Kong (since 2010)
Scientific Advisory Board (with Prof. Andrew Yao and Prof. Frank Kelley), Institute of Network Coding
Arizona State University (2003-2006, and 2010- Present)
Adjunct Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Rutgers University- The State University of New Jersey (March '90 - March '94)
Adjunct Research Fellow, Center of Computer-Aided Industrial Productivity
The Analytic Sciences Corporation (TASC), Massachusetts (Nov.'85- Feb.'86)
Staff Member, Information Technology Department
Project responsibilities on PC-based image communications, weather satellite picture compression, business plan and grant proposal preparation
Telco Systems Fiber Optics Corporation, Massachusetts (Nov.'84 - Nov.'85)
Director, Applied Research and Advanced Development
· Created a new corporate technical center and managed Applied Research Laboratory to support Telecommunications Business. Responsibilities include business plan, program and product definition, implementation, staffing, budgeting, and managing engineering departments (Digital Video Communication, Digital Communication, and Optoelectronics). Efforts include advanced developments on the ultra high-speed fiber optical communication and integrated voice/data/video communications for future telecommunications network and information super-highway
· Contributed to the development of both corporate strategic business plans of Telco Systems Incorporation (about $95 M revenue). Evaluated the relationship of existing R&D programs to the future needs of client organizations to assure the timely development of required telecommunications technology. Suggested new programs and alternation of existing programs required to meet corporate objectives
GTE Laboratories Incorporated, Waltham, Mass. (Nov.'82 - Nov.'84)
Principal Member of Technical Staff and Principal Investigator
· Led Video Conferencing and Advanced Integrated Workstation (Touch Phone) Research Group. Provided leadership, organized and assured the quality of project reporting, maintained expenditures within the budget. Also provide technical, administrative and planning assistance to upper managers in fields relevant to the projects and business.
· Responsible for the image processing projects to conduct research and development on picture coding, human visual system (HVS) model, video communications, picture archiving and communication systems for medical imaging. Responsible for the intelligent terminal project (shared image concept, integrated video/voice/data transmission, microprocessor-based visual communication).
· Demonstrated the feasibility of a deaf-phone (transmit the sign language over regular phone lines in real-time) via prototype development.
Xerox Corporation, Webster, New York (Nov.'78 - Nov.'82)
Technical Specialist/ Project Manager, Input Image Terminal Area
· Project responsibilities on digital image and signal processing (data compression, binary picture processing, adaptive filtering, image enhancement, noise filtering), applications of VLSI to document image processing, CCD sensor evaluation and its application to electronic image systems, and GRIN fiber optics imaging system research.
Burroughs Corporation, Detroit, Michigan (Feb.'78 - Nov.'78)
Senior Engineer, Electronic Imaging Department
· Research and development on digital video and signal processing developed advanced scanners and fiber optics illuminators for check processing equipment; hybrid optical/electronic digital systems.
University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island (Sep.'72 - Feb.'77)
Research and Teaching Assistant, Department of Electrical Engineering
· Developed a new experimental and analytic model to study signal and noise problems of electro-optical systems operating in atmospherically turbulent media.
City College of the City University of New York, New York (Sep.'71- Aug.'72)
Adjunct Lecture, Department of Physics
Guest Lecture, "Packet Video" graduate course, Columbia University (fall, 1989)
Instructor, "Packet Video: Video Communication in ATM Networks,” The Electrical Engineering Department, University of California, Irvine, July, 1992
Instructor, "Video Communications over ATM-based Network," one-day short course at VCIP'90 (Lausanne, Switzerland), VCIP'93 (Boston), VCIP'94 (Chicago), VCIP'95 (Taipei, Taiwan)
· Chair (2010-2011) and Member (2006-2008), Fellow Evaluation Committee of the IEEE Communications Society
· Chair (2010-2011) and Member (2007- 2009), the IEEE Kiyo Tomiyasu Field Award Committee
· Members (2010-2012), Award Committee of the IEEE Communications Society
· Members (2008-2010), Nomination and Election Committee of the IEEE Communcations Society
· Founding Chair (2010- Present), Technical Sub-Committee on “Vehicular Networks and Telematics Applications” of the IEEE Communications Society
· Editor, ICT Books Series, John Wiley & Son, Publicaitons (since 2008)
· Editor, Telecommunication Book Series, Academic Press (1993- 2005)
· Co-Editor-In-Chief, Journal of Visual Communication and Image Representation (Academic Press) (1990 – 1997)
· Associate Editor, Journal of Multidimensional Signal Processing (Kluwer Academic) (since 1991)
· Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems (1989 - 1991)
· Founding Chair, IEEE Circuits and Systems Technical Committee on Visual Signal Processing and Communications (1990-1995)
· Founder and General Chair, SPIE's Annual Visual Communication and Image Processing (VCIP) Conference (1986 - 1988)
· Member of Editorial Advisory Group, CRC Press (since 1981)
· Co-chairman of "Application of Digital Image Processing," session at SPIE Annual Technical Symposium, San Diego, CA (since 1984)
· Co-chairman, International Workshop on "Digital Video for Intelligent Systems, December 17 & 18, 1993, Irvine, CA (sponsored by NSF and the University of California, Irvine)
· Reviewer, IEEE Transactions, NSF grant proposal, many technical journals
Hold four U.S. patents in the areas of fiber optics imagining system, audio conference technology, and digital image processing
· Three book chapters in the area of visual communications, and fiber optics imaging system
· 75 journal and conference publications in the fields of vehicular networks and telematics applications, wireless technologies and networking systems, mobile ad hoc networks, ADSL, HDSL, visual communication and image processing, telecommunications, packet video, CCD imaging, speech processing, digital video compression, medical imaging, and signal processing and communications systems.
· Co-edited a book (with Dr. Andy Tescher) on "Visual Communication and Image Processing," (with Dr. Andrew Tescher, Optical Engineering Press, 1990)
BOOKS and JOURNAL EDITORIALSHIP
Communication: Technology and
Andrew G. Tescher, Editors, Optical Engineering Press (1990)
2. A book chapter, T.R. Hsing, "Imaging System Using Gradient Index
Fibers," Fiber Optics ( James Daly, Editor ), CRC Press (1984)
3. A book chapter, C-T Chen, Fure-Ching, and T.R. Hsing, "Digital Compression
techniques for Visual Information," Vol. 5, Encyclopedia of
Telecommunications ( Fritz Froehlich, Editor ), Marcel Dekker, Inc. (1992)
4. A book Chapter, Li Fung Chang and T.R. Hsing, "Video Communication
Technologies I: Narrowband Transmissions," Handbook of Visual Communications
(John Woods and Hsueh-Ming Hang, Editors), Academic Press, Inc. (1995)
5. Guest Editor, Special Issue on High-Bit-Rate Digital Subscriber Lines,
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, (1991)
6. Guest Editor, Special Issue on Wireless ATM, IEEE Journal on Selected
Areas in Communications, (1996)
7. Editor, Visual Communications and Image Processing, Proceedings
of SPIE, Vol. 707 (1986), Vol. 845 (1987), and Vol. 1001 (1988).
8. Guest Editor, Special Issues on Visual Communications
And Image Processing, in Optical Engineering Journal (July 1987, July 1989).
1. “Raster Output Scanner Having a Full Width Electro-Mechanical
Modulation”, U.S. Patent No. 4,454,547, June 12,1984 (By k.W. Yip, T.R.
Hsing, J.J. Daniel, and J.A. Ritter)
2. Adaptive Thresholder, U.S. Patent No. 4,468,704, August 28, 1984 (By James C.
Stoffel, T.R. Hsing, and J. Tandon)
3. Framed Digital Voice Summing for Teleconferencing, U.S. Patent
No. 4,658,398, April 14, 1987 (By T.R. Hsing)
4. Digital Voice Summing Techniques for Teleconferencing, U.S.
Patent No. 4,648,089, March 3, 1987 (By T.R. Hsing)
5. Proactive Location Based Routing in A Wireless Ad Hoc Network, Filed on
January 31, 2005, US Patent Applications No. 11/048,410 (By Yibei Ling,
1.T.R. Hsing, "Evaluation of Electro-Optical Systems Operating in Turbulent
Media," Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Electrical Engineering,
University of Rhode Island, April, 1977.
2. T.R. Hsing, and A.D. Poularikas"The Effects of Turbulence on Resolution for
Images on TV Displays," J. of Optical Society of America, October, 1975;
Presented at 1975 Annual Meeting of OSA, Boston, MA.
3. T.R. Hsing and A.D. Poularikas, "Subjective Effects of Electronic and
Turbulent Noise on Image Evaluation," Photographic Science and Engineering,
Vol. 22, No. 2, March/April, 1978, pp. 85-88.
4. T.R. Hsing, W.V. McCollough, and A.D. Poularikas, "The Measurement of Noise
Parameters of Electro-Optical Systems," Proceeding of Electro-Optics/Laser,
1978, September, 1978, Boston, MA.
5. T.R. Hsing and A.D. Poularikas, "The Model Analysis of Electro-Optical
Systems," J. of Optical Society of America, October, 1979; Presented at 1979
Annual Meeting of OSA, Rochester, NY.
6. T.R. Hsing, "Correction of Pixel Nonuniformities for Solid State Imager,"
Proc. of SPIE, Vol. 197 (Processing of Images and Data from Optical Sensors),
August 25-26, 1981, pp. 218-224.
7. T.R. Hsing and John Morlend, "The False Contouring Study for Electronic
Imaging Systems," J. of Optical Society of America, Presented at 1981 OSA
Annual Meeting, October, 1981, Kissimmee, FL.
8. T.R. Hsing and A.D. Poularikas, "The Change of Limiting Resolution of
Electro-Optical Systems Due to Atmospheric Effects," Proc. of SPIE, Vol. 305,
(Electro-Optical, Infrared, and Millimeter Wave System Performance),
San Diego, CA, August 27-28, 1981, pp.268-272.
9. T.R. Hsing, "A New Robust Adaptive Thresholder for Document Processing
Application," Proc. of SPIE, Vol. 341, (Real Time Signal Processing V), April
1982, pp. 94-98.
10.T.R. Hsing, "Imaging System Using Gradient Index Fibers: A Tutorial,"
Proc. of SPIE, Vol. 418 (Picture Archiving and Communication System for
Medical Applications), May 22-25, 1983, pp. 46-53.
11. T.P.Sosnowski and T.R. Hsing, "Toward the Conveyance of Deaf Sign Language
over Public Telephone Networks," Proc. of the 6th Annual Conference on
Rehabilitation Engineering, San Diego, CA, June 12-16, 1983.
12. T.R. Hsing and J.C. Stoffel, "A Robust Two-Dimensional Adaptive Thresholder
for Bi-Level Digital Display and Electronic Printing," Proc. of SPIE,
Vol. 432,(Applications of Digital Image Processing VI) August, 1983,
13. T.R. Hsing, "A CCD-Based Machine Vision System for Check Processing
Application," Proc. of SPIE, Vol. 449, November, 1983.
14.T.R. Hsing, H.A. Quach, C. LeBlanc, R. Mednick, and L. Abraham, "An
Interactive Touch Phone for Future Offices," IEEE Proc. Of International
Conference on Communications, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 14-18, 1984,
15. T. R. Hsing, "A New Digital Voice Summing Technique for Teleconferencing,"
IEEE Proc. of ICASSP 84, San Diego, CA, March, 1984, pp. 19.5.1- 19.5.4.
16. T. R. Hsing, "Techniques of Adaptive Threshold Setting for Document Scanning
Applications," Optical Engineering, Vol. 23, No. 3, pp. 288-293,
17. T. Okagaki, M.H. Jones, B.A. Clark, T. Pan, J.m. Ferro, T.R. Hsing, and
Kou-Hu Tzou, "Computer Archiving and Image Enhancement of Diagnostic(Medical)
Electron Micrographs Using Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope
as Real-Time Digitizer," Proc. of 1984 Scanning Electron Microscopy, pp. 513-
518, April, 1984.
18. T. Okagaki, T.R. Hsing, Kou-Hu Tzou, M.H. Jones, B.A. Clark, T. Pan, and J.M.
Ferro, "On-line Archiving and Enhancement of Diagnostic Electron Microscope
Images in Medicine," Proc. of 1984 Medical Images and ICONS, Arlington, VA,
July 24-27, 1984.
19. T. Okagaki, M. Jones, B.A. Clark, T. Pan, T.R. Hsing, and Kou-Hu Tzou,"
On-line Computer Archival Storage of Thin Specimen Images by Means
of STEM," Proc. of 42nd Annual Meeting of the Electron
Microscopy Society of America, 1984, pp. 632-633.
20. Kou-Hu Tzou, T. R. Hsing, and J.G. Dunham, "Applications of Physiological
Human Visual System Model to Image Compression," Proc. of SPIE, Vol.504,
August, 1984, pp.419-424.
21. Kou-Hu Tzou, T.R. Hsing, T. Okagaki, M.H. Jones, B.A. Clark, and T. Pan, "An
Image Compression and Enhancement System for Archiving and Data
Communication of Diagnostic Electron Micrographs," Proc. of 8th Annual
Symposium of Computer Applications in Medical Care, Washington, D.C.,
November 4-7, 1984, pp. 868-870.
22. T. Okagaki, M.H. Jones, B.A. Clark, T. Pan, J.M. Ferro, T.R. Hsing,
and Kou-Hu Tzou, "Computer Archiving and Image Enhancement of
Diagnostic (Medical)Electron Micrographs Using STEM As Real-Time Digitizer,”
Proc. of 8th Annual Symposium of Computer Applications in Medical Care,
Washington, D.C., November 4-7, 1984, pp. 864-867.
23. T.R. Hsing and Kou-Hu Tzou, "Video Compression Techniques: A Review," IEEE
Proc. of GLOBECOM 84, Atlanta, GA, November 26-29, 1984, pp. 1521-1526.
24. Kou-Hu Tzou and T.R. Hsing, "A Study of the Discrete Hartley Transform for
Image Compression," Proc. of SPIE 1985 Los Angeles Symposium, Los Angeles,
CA, January, 1985, pp.108-115.
25. Kou-Hu Tzou, T.R. Hsing, and T. Okagaki, "An Image Compression System with
a HVS Model for Diagnostic Electron Microscopy," Proc. of SPIE Medicine XIII:
Medical Image Production Display and Archiving, Newport, CA, February 2-6,
26. Kou-Hu Tzou, T.R. Hsing and N.A. Daly, "Block-Recursive Matching Algorithm
(BRMA) for Displacement Estimation of Video Images," IEEE Proc. of ICASSP 85,
Tampa, FL, March 26-29,1985 pp. 359-362.
27. T. R. Hsing, H.A. Quach, C. LeBlanc, and J. Stoddard, "An Interactive Touch
Phone for Office Automation," IEEE Communications Magazine, Vol. 23, No. 2,
February, 1985, pp. 21-26.
28. T. R. Hsing and T. Sosnowski, "Deaf Phone: Sign Language Telephone,"
Proc. of SPIE, Vol. 575
(Applications of Digital Image Processing VIII), August, 1985.
29. T. Okagaki, T.R. Hsing, and Kou-Hu Tzou, "Real-Time Picture Archiving and
Communication System (PACS) for Diagnostic Electron Micrography," 1986
Picture Coding Symposium, Tokyo, Japan, April 2-4, 1986.
30. T.R. Hsing, "A New Adaptive Summing Technique for Audio Teleconferencing,"
IEEE Proc. of International Conference on Acoustics Speech,
and Signal Processing, Tokyo, Japan, April 7-11, 1986, pp. 1325-1328.
31. Ming L. Liou and T.R. Hsing, "An Overview for Video Signal Processing,"
IEEE Proc. of International Symposium on Circuits and Systems,
Philadelphia, PA, May 4-7, 1987.
32. A.D. Poulariska, C. Katsinis and T.R. Hsing, "The Effect of Turbulent and
Electronic Noise on Target Detectability," Proceedings of 19th Southeastern
Symposium on system Theory, March 15-17, 1987, Clemson University, Clemson,
33. T. R. Hsing and Ming L. Liou, "The Challenge of VLSI Technology to Video
Communications," Proc. of SPIE, Vol. 829, San Diego, CA, August 15-21, 1987.
34. T. Okagaki and T.R. Hsing, "Fast Algorithm for Pattern Recognition Using Test
Theory," Proc. of SPIE, Vol. 829, San Diego, CA, August 1987.
35. T. R. Hsing, "Motion Detection and Compensation Coding for
Motion Video Coders: Technical Review and Comparison," IEEE Proc. Of
GLOBECOM 87, Tokyo, Japan, November 15-18, 1987.
36. R.C. Menendez, K.P. Chung and T.R. Hsing, "Bidirectional Optical Transmission
System Experiment with WDM Devices," Proc. of International Conference on
Lasers, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, December 1987.
37. Elizabeth Daly and T.R. Hsing,"Variable Bit Rate Vector Quantization of Video
Images for Packet Networks," IEEE Proc. of International Conference on
Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, New York, NY, April 11-14, 1988, pp.
38. T. R. Hsing and Kou-Hu Tzou, "Video Compression Techniques for Visual
Telephony," Abstract was published in the Proceedings of SPSE, Arlington,
Virginia, May 22-27, 1988. The full length paper was published in the Journal
of Imaging Technology, Vol. 15, No. 1, February 1989, pp. 15-19.
39. T. R. Hsing, "Video Compression Techniques: Networking Aspects," IEEE Proc.
of International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Espoo, Finland, June 7-9,
40. P.M. Crespo, A.F. Elrefaie, and T.R. Hsing, "Transmission of Four Level
Signals Using LED and Single Mode Fibers for Loop Applications," IEEE Proc.
of International Conference on Communications, Philadelphia, PA, June 12-15,
1988, pp. 593-598.
41.T . R. Hsing, "New Directions in Video Coding and Transmission," Proc. Of
SPIE, Vol. 974, San Diego, CA, August 14-19, 1988.
42. A.M. Gottlieb, J. Alspector, P. Huang, and T.R. Hsing, "Neural Networks in
Visual Communications," Proc. of SPIE, Vol. 1001, Cambridge, MA, November 9-
43. W.I. Way, R.C. Menendez, M.O. Vogel, T.R. Hsing, N.K. Cheung, and D.S.
Wilson, "A New Method of Distributing Analog CATV and POTS on Fiber to
The Home," IEEE Proc. of Globecom, Hollywood, FL, November 28 - December 1,
44. K.P. Chung, and T.R. Hsing, "Reflection Interference in Bidirectional Optical
Communications for Local Subscriber Loops,"Proc. of International Conference
on Laser, December 5-9, 1988, Lake Tahoe, Nevada.
45. P. Haskell, Kou-Hu Tzou, and T.R. Hsing, "A Lapped-Orthogonal-Transform Based
Variable Bit-Rate Video Coder for Packet Networks," IEEE Proc. Of
International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing
(ICASSP'89), Glasgow, Scotland, May 23-26, 1989.
46. T. R. Hsing, "The Challenge of VLSI Technology to Low-Bit-Rate Video,"
Invited paper, 1989 International Symposium on VLSI Technology,
Systems and Applications, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC, May 17-19, 1989, pp. 164-168
47. Sang H. Lee and T.R. Hsing, "Packetized Video Communications over ATM
Networks," Electronic Imaging
West '90, Pasadena, CA, February 26- March 1,1990, pp.122-125.
48. A.M. Gottlieb, P.M. Crespo, J.L. Dixon, and T. R. Hsing, "The DSP
Implementation of A New Timing Recovery Technique For
High-Speed Digital Data Transmission," IEEE Proc. of International
Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP'90),
Albuquerque, NM, April 3-6, 1990, pp. 1679-1682
49. B.A. Mordecai, T.R. Hsing, D.L. Waring, and D.S. Wilson "Repeaterless T-1
Technology Brings Copper and Fiber Together" Telephony, July 2, 1990,
pp. 28- 33
50. Y.Y. Zeevi, and T. R. Hsing, "Editorial Note " Journal of Visual
Communication and Image Representation,
Academic Press, Vol.1, No.1, September 1990, PP. 1-2
51. P.M. Crespo, R.C. Menendez, T.R. Hsing, and H.L. Lemberg, "Extending the
Digital Transport Capabilities of Fiber-to-the-curb Networks,"
IEEE Conf. Proc. of Globecom'90, San Diego, December 2-5, 1990
52. C-T. Chen, and T. R. Hsing, "Digital Coding Technologies for Visual
Communications," Journal of Visual Communication and Image Representation,
Academic Press, Vol.2, No.1, March 1991, pp. 1-16
53. D. L. Waring, J.W. Lechleider, and T.R. Hsing, "Digital Subscriber Line
Technology Facilitates a Graceful Transition from Copper to Fiber," IEEE
Communications Magazine, Vol. 29, N0. 3, March 1991, pp. 96-104
54.T . R. Hsing, and J. W. Lechleider, "Digital Signal Processing for High-Speed
Digital Transport Technology in The Copper Loop Plant," IEEE Conference
Proceedings of Globecom'91, December 2-5, 1991, Phoenix, Arizona
55. Richard Lau, D. W. Waring, and T.R. Hsing, "Transport of Digital Video on
Existing Telephone Subscriber Lines," FCC ACATS PS/WP-4, Washington D.C.,
December 17, 1991
56. D. L. Waring, J. W. Lechleider, and T. R. Hsing, "HDSL and ADSL: Giving New
Life to Copper," Bellcore Exchange, March/April, 1992, pp. 2-7
57. T.R. Hsing, Lora Chang, and M. Barton, "Applications of Visual Communication
Techniques in The Copper Loop Plant," Proceedings of 5th Canadian Conference
on Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE'92), pp. TA4.19.1-TA4.19.7,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Sep. 13-16, 1992
58. D. W. Waring, D. S. Wilson, and T. R. Hsing, "Fiber Upgrade Strategies Using
High-bit-rate Copper Technologies for Video Delivery," IEEE Journal of
Lightwave Technology, Vol. 10, No. 11, November 1992, pp. 1743-1750
59. M. Baron, Lora Chang, and T. R. Hsing, "Very High-Speed Digital Transport
Capability Of Passband ADSL," Proceedings of IEEE Globecom'92, Orlando,
Florida, December, 1992, pp. 45-48
60. T. R. Hsing, C-T Chen, and Jules A. Bellisio, "Video Communications and
Services in The Copper Loop," IEEE Communications Magazine, Vol. 31, No.1,
January 1993, pp. 62-68
61. T. R. Hsing, and James L. Dixon, "Applications of Asymmetrical Digital
Subscriber Lines (ADSL) Technology for Multimedia Communications," IEEE 2nd
Workshop on High-Performance Communications Subsystems, Williamsburg,
Virginia, September 1-3, 1993
62. T. R. Hsing, and David W. Lin, "Asymmetrical Digital Subscribers Lines (ADSL)
Technology for Local Access Evolution," 5th Conference on Optical/Hybrid
Access Networks, Montreal, Canada, September 7-9, 1993
63. T. R. Hsing, and M. Barton, "HDSL and ADSL: New Technologies for the Copper
Loop Plant," Conference Proceedings of Implementing and Exploiting Fiber,
Copper and Radio in the Local Loop, London, England, January 24-25, 1994
64. M. Barton, Lora Chang, and T.R. Hsing,"Performance Study of High-Speed
Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Lines
Technology," was accepted by the IEEE Transactions on Communications
65. David W. Lin, C-T Chen, and T. R. Hsing,"Video On Phone Lines: Technology and
Applications," Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 83, No.2, February, 1995,
66. T-C Chen, Andria Wong, Li Fung Chang, Ming-Ting Sun, and T.R. Hsing,
"Low-it-rate Video over Wireless Channel", IEEE/SPIE 1995 Visual
Communication and Image Processing (VCIP) Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, May
67. C-T Chen, David.W. Lin, and T.R. Hsing,"Digital Visual Communications Over
Telephone Networks," Journal of Visual Communication and Image Representation
(Academic Press), Vol. 6, No. 2, June, 1995, pp.97-108
68. M. Barton, and T.R. Hsing, "An Architecture for Wireless ATM Networks,"
The Proceedings of the sixth IEEE International symposium on personal,
indoor and mobile radio communications (PIMRC'95), Toronto, Canada, September
69. Walter Chen, and T. R. Hsing, "Architectural Alternatives of Wireless Access
Through Hybrid Fiber/Coax Distribution Plant," IEEE Globecom'95, Session
28.3, Singapore, November 13-17, 1995
70. Andria Wong, Li Fng Chang, Ming-Ting Sun, T.C. Chen, and T. R. Hsing, "A
Real-Time Software Based End-To-End Wireless Visual Communications Simulation
Platform," Multimedia Communications and Video Coding (Edited by Y. Wang
et al.) pp. 459-465, Plenum Press, New York, 1996
71. T.J. Kwan, Vijay Varma, Melbourne Barton, Maria Gella, and T. R. Hsing,
“Efficient Flooding with Passive Clustering- An Overhead-Free Selective
Forward Mechanism for Ad Hoc/Sensor Networks”, Proceedings of The IEEE,
Vol. 91, No. 8, August 2003, pp. 1210-1220
72. Wai Chen and T. Russell Hsing, “Recent Advances in Automotive Networking for
Safety and Information Applications”, Opportunities and Challenges for Hong
Kong in Building An Automotive Parts Industry, September 30, 2005
73. Yibei Ling, Wai Chen, T. Russell Hsing, and Onur Altintas, “Preserving HTTP
Sessions in Vehicular Environments”, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular
Technology, Vol. 56, No. 5, September 2007
74. Irene Yuan-Ying Hsu, Michal Wodczak, Robert G. White, Tao Zhang, and
T. Russell Hsing, “Challenges, Approaches, and Solutions in Intelligent
Transportation Systems”, Invited Paper, The 2nd International Conference on
Ubiquitous and Future Networks, Jeju Island, Korea, June 16-18, 2010
75. Junyi Li, Michal Wodczak, Xinzhou Wu and T. Russell Hsing, “Vehicular Networks
and Applications: Challenges, Requirements and Service Opportunities,” IEEE
International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications (ICNC 2012)
Maui, Hawaii, January 30- February 2, 2012
Tutorial Course and Short Course in the IEEE Conferences
- “Automotive Networking and Telematics Applications” (with Professor Wanjiun
Liao and Professor Phone Lin)IEEE Globecom, Washington DC, November, 2007
- “Multihop Cellular Networks and IEEE 802.16J: Technologies and Applications”
(with Professor Hung-Yu Wai and Professor Jarek Rykowski), IEEE ICC, Beijing,
May 19, 2008