Online Talk on “Training on Research Exploitation and Presentation at IEEE standardization meetings”
Prof. Tuncer Baykas, Kadir Has University, Turkey
IEEE 802.19 Vice Chair, IEEE 802.11bb Vice Chair and IEEE 802.15.13 Secretary
TUNCER BAYKAS (Senior Member, IEEE) received the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Ottawa, in 2007. He joined the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan, in 2007. During his tenure, he contributed to multiple standardization projects, including 802.15.3c, 802.11ad, and 1900.7. He served as the Chair for IEEE 802.19.1 coexistence in TVWS Task Group. In 2021, he joined Kadir Has University. He is currently IEEE Standards Coordinator in Region 8, the Vice Chair of 802.19 Working Group and 802.11bb Light Communications Task Group. He has over 50 major journal and conference publications, and three U.S. and 37 Japanese patents. His research interests include THz communications, spectrum sharing, and radar signal processing. He was one of the recipients of Turkish Academy of Sciences Young Researcher Award, IEEE-SA Standards Board Award, and IEEE-SA Certificate of Appreciation. He served as a Guest Editor for IEEE Communications Magazine and a Board Member for IEEE COMSOC MMTC E-LETTERS.