Charles Jeon (전규화)

Charles Jeon 

CSL Charles Jeon
PhD student
471B Frank H.T. Rhodes Hall
Computer Systems Laboratory
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Cornell University
<last name> alphatau csl <dot> cornell <dot> edu

Research Interests

  • Wireless Communications and Signal Processing

    • Massive MIMO

    • VLSI Circuit Implementation

  • Signal Processing

    • Novel Data Detection Methods and Algorithms

Short Bio

Charles Jeon is a PhD student at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell University. He is currently working on detection methods and VLSI circuit implementation for massive MIMO systems. He is thrilled to be working with Professor Christoph Studer.

Prior coming to Cornell University, he received B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics, and M.S.E.E from the University of Pennsylvania in 2013. During the same year, he also received B.S. in Economics (Statistics & Finance) from the Wharton School.

He spent the summer of 2016 as a design engineering intern at Xilinx, working on massive MIMO under Dr. Chris Dick. Before starting his PhD, he spent his 2013 summer as a research intern at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, working on Bayesian statistics and maximal information coefficient (MIC) under Michael B. Hurley. In the summer of 2012, he participated in a summer REU program at the Information Processing and Algorithms Laboratory (iPAL) at Pennsylvania State University. Under Professor Vishal Monga, he researched on sparse image classification for histopathological images. In addition, he has done summer internships at Deutsche Bank and Hanwha Securities.