Dr. Huang is a Distinguished Research Fellow in Academia Sinica and an IEEE Fellow. Dr. Huang received BS in EE from National Taiwan University and his PhD in Computer Science from University of Maryland. He Joined AT&T Bell Labs as a researcher in 1989. Dr. Huang became a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff of Bell Labs in 1996. He started the Dependable Computing Research Department in AT&T in 1999 and was the department head of the organization to ensure the high dependability of all AT&T services. Dr. Huang became the VP of Engineering of PreCache Inc, a Sony subsidiary in 2001 to create a multi-media content delivery service (Sony version of Apple iTune). In late 2004, Dr. Huang returned to AT&T and became the Executive Director of Dependable Distributed Computing and Communication Research Department. In 2007, Dr. Huang became the Executive Vice President of Institute for Information Industry (III). From 2008 to 2011, Dr. Huang was the President of VeeTIME Co. to create quadruple-play telecom services including cable TV, FTTx, NGN voice and 4G Wimax using an all-IP network in central and south Taiwan. Dr. Huang joined Research Center for Information Technology Innovation (CITI) of Academia Sinica in 2011 as the CEO of Security Research Center in Academia Sinica. Between February 2011 and August 2015, he served Taiwan government as the Deputy Executive Secretary in the Office of Science and Technology of Executive Yuan, helping the government on the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) policy and R&D funding allocation.