Dr. Kevin Lu
B.S. in control engineering from National Chiao Tung University, and M.S. and D.Sc. in systems science and mathematics from Washington University in St. Louis.
Dr. Kevin W. Lu is a teaching professor of electrical and computer engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology. He teaches the internet of things (EE-629-A), digital system design (CPE-487-A), and engineering design 6 (CPE/EE-322-A) and 7/8 (CPE/EE-423/424-A). He is an IEEE senior member and a member of IEEE for 39 years. He served as Chair (2012-2013) and Advisor (2014-2017) of the IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) Standards Development Board and a member of the ComSoc Standardization Programs Development Board. He is a member of the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) Standards Board (SASB), Audit Committee (AudCom), New Standards Committee (NesCom), and Standards Education Committee (SEC); and chair of Industry Connections Committee (ICCom).
Kevin was a chief scientist and executive director at Telcordia/Bellcore Applied Research until 2012, then a senior principal scientist at Broadcom where he contributed to 3GPP Radio Access Network Working Groups RAN1 and RAN4 until 2013. He was Chair (2007–2010) of the TIA TR-48 Engineering Committee on Vehicular Telematics, and authored “All-in-one: Making connected vehicles possible” in the February 2012 issue of ISO Focus+. He contributed to the 2011 ATIS Machine-to-Machine Focus Group and the 2011–2014 Strategic Plan for the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Intelligent Transportation System Standards Program.
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- EE 322 Engineering Design VI
- EE 423 Engineering Design VII
- EE 424 Engineering Design VIII
- CPE 487 Digital System Design
- CPE 322 Engineering Design VI
- CPE 423 Engineering Design VII
- CPE 424 Engineering Design VIII
- EE 800 Special Problems in Electrical Engineering
- CPE 800 Special Problems in Computer Engineering (M.Eng.)
- EE 629 Internet of Things