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Biographical entry Guo, Yingjie Jay (Jay) (1958 - )

Hebei Province, China
Business executive, Telecommunications and Wireless expert


Yingjie Jay (Jay) Guo is a world leader in gigabit wireless technology. His early research and publications on WLAN antennas remains some of the most well-regarded and popular.

In 2005 Guo moved to Australia to become the Director of the Wireless Technologies Laboratory at the CSIRO Information and Communication (ICT) Centre, after 25 years working in the telecommunications industry in the United Kingdom. As Director he has overseen groundbreaking research in WLAN technology and established many new international business partnerships.

In 2008 he was appointed Leader of the 'CSIRO Broadband for Australia' program. While in this role he initiated the Australia-China ICT Summit in 2009.



Education - PhD in antennas and electromagnetics, Xian Jiaotong University, Xian
1989 - 1995
Career position - Postdoctoral assistant, Research Fellow and later a Senior Fellow at the University of Bradford, United Kingdom
1995 - 1997
Career position - Deputy Leader of signal processing research group, University of Bradford, United Kingdom
1997 - 2000
Career position - Research Leader at Fujitsu Telecom R&D Centre, London
2000 - 2005
Career position - Manager of System Strategy, later Manager of Strategic Planning at Mobisphere Ltd
2005 -
Career position - Director of Wireless Technologies Laboratory in CSIRO ICT Centre
2008 -
Career position - Leader of the 'CSIRO Broadband for Australia' Theme, CSIRO ICT Centre

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