David Tse

Co-Founder at BabylonChain Inc.

David Tse Bio

David Tse, the Thomas Kailath and Guanghan Xu Professor at Stanford University, is a distinguished figure in the fields of information theory, computational genomics, machine learning, and blockchains. His groundbreaking work has earned him prestigious awards like the 2017 Claude E. Shannon Award and the 2019 IEEE Richard W. Hamming Medal.

Features and Achievements

David Tse’s contributions to wireless communication are monumental, notably as the inventor of the proportional-fair scheduling algorithm, revolutionizing cellular technology globally. His work has significantly impacted the speed and connectivity of 3G, 4G, and 5G networks.

Blockchain Innovations

Transitioning to blockchain technology, Tse co-founded BabylonChain, aiming to enhance Bitcoin security on Proof-of-Stake (PoS) chains. His research group collaborates with industry giants like the Ethereum Foundation, Protocol Labs, and Cardano, focusing on improving blockchain security and scalability.

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David Tse Current Work

David Tse Previous Work

  • University of California, Berkeley Professor Nov 1995 - Feb 2014

David Tse Education

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering, 1989-1994

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