J.-C. Chiao received his B.S. degree in the Electrical Engineering Department, National Taiwan University in 1988, M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering at California Institute of Technology in 1991 and 1995, respectively. He was a Research Scientist in the Optical Networking Systems and Testbeds Group at Bell Communications Research in 1995−1997; Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at University of Hawaii, Manoa in 1997−1999; and Product Line Manager and Senior Technology Advisor with Chorum Technologies in 1999−2002. Dr. Chiao joined the University of Texas at Arlington in 2002. Currently, he is Janet and Mike Greene endowed Professor and Jenkins Garrett endowed Professor of Electrical Engineering and Joint Biomedical Engineering Program at UT-Arlington, and Adjunct Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
Dr. Chiao has been chairs/co-chairs of several international conferences. He was the chair for the IEEE MTT-S Technical Committee 10 “Biological Effect and Medical Applications of RF and Microwave”. Currently, he is an associate editor for IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques. Dr. Chiao has published and edited numerous peer-reviewed technical journal and conference papers, book chapters, proceedings and books. He holds 10 patents in RF MEMS, MEMS optical, liquid crystal, nano-scale fabrication and wireless medical sensor technologies. His research works have been covered by media extensively including Forbes, National Geographic magazine and Henry ford Innovation Nation television show. Dr. Chiao was the recipient of 2011 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Excellence in Engineering Teaching Award; 2011 Tech Titans Technology Innovator Award; 2012 Research in Medicine award in the Heroes of Healthcare; 2012 IEEE Region 5 Outstanding Engineering Educator award; 2012-2014 IEEE MTT Distinguished Microwave Lecturer; and the 2011 Edith and Peter O'Donnell Award in Engineering by The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas.
Areas of expertise within the MTT 26 field
Wireless power transfer for medical applications
5 articles of reference in the MTT 26 field
- 2015 Wireless Sensor Nodes for Environmental Monitoring in Internet of Things
- 2015 Wireless Power Transfer for Implant Applications
- 2014 A study of coil orientations to enhance the transfer efficiency of a multi-repeater wireless power transmission system
- 2014 A Multi-Input and Multi-Output Wireless Energy Transfer System
- 2014 Batteryless Wireless Gastric Implants