Michael leads Panasonic R&D Center Singapore’s Wireless Team in Singapore. He focuses on driving cutting-edge innovations in wireless technologies relevant to Panasonic’s businesses.
His work also focuses on building frameworks and tools as key assets for Panasonic, and supporting wireless research engineers in developing and applying Artificial Intelligence to Wireless Technologies for furthering the state of art.
Michael majored in Computer Engineering from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore and joined Panasonic R&D Center Singapore in 2000, helping the team to develop WPAN/WLAN wireless protocol stacks, microcode for 60GHz millimeter chipset, as well as simulator systems. He was also an active member and contributor to Standard Developing Organisations (SDOs) such as IEEE802. His research in the wireless domain has yielded more than 30 patents.