Yi Yung

Associate Professor

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

South Korea


Yi and Chong won the 2016 IEEE William R. Bennett Prize for proposing an original method to effectively offload the cellular network and maximize Wi-Fi network usage. They are only the second recipients to have won the Prize twice since its inception in 1994.

(Photo: Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

  • 2016 IEEE William R. Bennett Prize

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