Reflections in Time: Interview with Bing Chen, 2000

In April of 2000 Bing Chen, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Professor (1969-) of Computer and Electronics Engineering, was interviewed by Jack Newton for Reflections in Time. Professor Bing Chen was born in Harlem in the upper west side of Manhattan in New York City. He received a B.S. (1967), an M.S. (1968) and a Ph.D. (1978) in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Professor Chen created the UNO degree program in undergraduate electronics engineering technology and served as the Chairman of the Computer and Electronics Engineering Department. Professor Chen is the faculty adviser to the UNO student chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the director of the Passive Solar Research Group. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/11srRdvK3nU., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 00:58:33
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Abstract/Description: In April of 2000 Bing Chen, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Professor (1969-) of Computer and Electronics Engineering, was interviewed by Jack Newton for Reflections in Time. Professor Bing Chen was born in Harlem in the upper west side of Manhattan in New York City. He received a B.S. (1967), an M.S. (1968) and a Ph.D. (1978) in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Professor Chen created the UNO degree program in undergraduate electronics engineering technology and served as the Chairman of the Computer and Electronics Engineering Department. Professor Chen is the faculty adviser to the UNO student chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the director of the Passive Solar Research Group. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/11srRdvK3nU.
Subject(s): Chen, Bing
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Interviews
Date Created: 2000

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