Dr. Winston Sun has over 20 years of experience in systems architecture and algorithm development for imaging, video and wireless communication systems. His background spans mixed-signal, digital ASIC and RF chips, boards and systems, with specific expertise in mapping real-time signal processing algorithms into embedded system solutions. GSM base stations, soft switches for VoIP, QAM demodulators for digital set top boxes, CDMA cellular handsets, WiFi chipsets, high-speed optical cameras, infra-red spectrometers and X-ray fluoroscopy systems are examples of products he has designed and implemented. Winston has held systems architect, engineering management, and business development positions at PMC-Sierra, Atheros Communications, Applied Signal Technologies, Hyundai Wireless and Nexray Medical.
Winston received a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley. He holds three patents, and has authored/presented numerous scientific papers.
AP Lowell and W Sun, “Real-Time X-ray tomosynthesis imaging using an ATCA general-purpose data acquisition and analysis platform.” IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record, 27-31, 2008.