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Computer, Information and Systems Engineering
Hua Harry Li, is a Professor of Computer Engineering at Computer, Information, and System Engineering Department, College of Engineering, San Jose State University. Prior to his current faculty position, he worked for seven and a half years first as an Assistant Professor, then as a tenured Associate Professor in the Computer Science Department, College of Engineering, Texas Tech University. His experience and expertise includes Multimedia Computing, Video Processing and Compression, Computer Architectures, and ASIC designs. 

He has been principal or co-principal investigator for 16 projects over the past 10 years. He has over 50 technical publications in IEEE Transactions, IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits, IEEE MACRO, IEEE Circuits and Devices, IEEE Trans. On Industrial Electronics, IEEE Trans. Circuits and Systems, and others, plus invited technical seminars, tutorials, and talks. He was an invited contributors for the 1999 Encyclopedia of Electronics and Electrical Engineering. He initiated and organized special emerging technology sections for semiconductor industry and worked twice as a guest editor for IEEE Transactions on Components, Packaging, and Manufacturing Technology in 1994 and 1996 respectively. Dr. Li's industrial experience includes ImageWare, MMT Corporation, S3 Inc., and Utstarcom. He is an author of three books:

  1. Vision Chips: Implementing Vision Algorithms with Analog VLSI, (with Christof Koch) ISBN 0-8186-6492-4, by IEEE CS Press.
  2.  Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent System, (with Madan Gupta) ISBN 0-7923-9575-1, by Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  3. Video Data Compression for Multimedia Computing, (with S. Sun and H. Derin) ISBN 0-7923-9790-8, by Kluwer Academic Publishers. 

His work has received "Industrial Neural Network Award" in 1994 World Congress Neural Network Conference in San Diego, California. He received a Halliburton Award for Excellence in Teaching at Texas Tech University in 1995.

Last update: 12/16/2000