Tae-Young Yang

Intel Labs / Research Scientist

Research Areas:

  • Interconnect, IoT & Emerging Systems

  • Packaging, RF Platform Technologies

  • Wireless Radio & Modem Technology, Wireless RF Front End & Convergence, Wireless Standards & Infrastructure



Tae-Young Yang is a research scientist at Intel Labs, where he focuses on driving definition and execution of research initiatives to deliver next-generation wireless communication and sensor technologies to future markets. Tae-Young received his Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech).

His research has been featured in journals and conferences including, IEEE, Radio Science, and ACM among others. Tae-Young’s research interests primarily include size-performance limits of wireless devices, antenna/array radiation physics, and co-site RF interference mitigation for sub-10-GHz and sub-THz applications.