H. T. Kung

H.T. Kung

William H. Gates Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

H. T. Kung is William H. Gates Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at Harvard University. He is interested in computing, communications and sensing, with a current focus on wireless networking, compressive sensing, and biologically inspired detection and tracking algorithms and systems. Prior to joining Harvard in 1992, he taught at Carnegie Mellon University for 19 years after receiving his Ph.D. there. Professor Kung has pursued a variety of research interests in his career, including complexity theory, database systems, VLSI design, parallel computing, computer networks, network security, wireless communications, and networking of unmanned aerial systems.