David Tse

David Tse

BabylonChain | Co-Founder

David Tse is a visionary electrical engineering expert who has made groundbreaking contributions to wireless communication, blockchain technology and genomics research.

He is a celebrated professor at Stanford University and a co-founder of BabylonChain, a blockchain project that is Scaling Bitcoin to secure the decentralised world.

In addition, David is an advisor of Bain Capital Crypto, where he provides strategic guidance to the investment firm.

Wireless Communication
David Tse is the inventor of the highly acclaimed proportional-fair scheduling algorithm, which has brought about a revolutionary change in the cellular technology industry. This pioneering algorithm has improved the speed of cellular technology, benefiting billions of users worldwide. It's a fact that the lightning-fast connectivity of 3G, 4G, or 5G that you experience today is a result of the groundbreaking technology developed by David Tse.

Collaboration with Ethereum
David Tse's research group has collaborated with various industry blockchain projects, including the Ethereum Foundations, Protocol Labs, and Cardano. They have received over $6 million in funding in the past two years. Contributions include improving the security of the PoS Ethereum Consensus protocol launched at the Ethereum Merge.

Research Contributions
David Tse's research has had a significant impact on the fields of electrical engineering, wireless communication, and blockchain technology. He has authored numerous papers that have earned him six best paper awards and over 77,000 citations. His co-authored text, Fundamentals of Wireless Communication, is a widely used reference in the field.

Contributions to Genomics Research
David Tse's contributions to genomics research are equally impressive. He designed assembly software to handle DNA and RNA sequencing data, which has been used by researchers around the world to analyze and understand the human genome. His work has had a significant impact on this rapidly growing field.

David Tse's contributions to education have been recognized with numerous awards, including the Outstanding Teaching Award from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at U.C. Berkeley in 2008 and the Frederick Emmons Terman Award from the American Society for Engineering Education in 2009. He is a highly sought-after mentor and advisor, helping to shape the next generation of electrical engineering and blockchain technology experts.

Awards and Honors
David Tse's work has been recognized with numerous awards and accolades. He was elected a member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering in 2018, and he received the IEEE Claude E. Shannon Award in 2017 for his groundbreaking work in wireless communication theory. In 2019, he was awarded the IEEE Richard W. Hamming Medal for his contributions to the theory and practice of wireless communication.