Born in Hong Kong, Dr. Choi received his B.Eng. degree from University of London in 1994 and his Ph.D. degree from University of Cambridge in 1998, both in Electronic and Electrical Engineering. His Ph.D. research (Photonics) at Cambridge was related to high speed liquid crystal electro-optic effects & devices for use in telecommunication systems.
After his Ph.D., Dr. Choi joined Unipac Optoelectronics (now AUO), Taiwan as a Senior Research and Development Engineer for about two years. After Unipac, he joined CREOL, University of Central Florida (UCF), US as a Research Scientist. At UCF, he worked with Prof. ST Wu on a number of projects related to TFT-LCDs and Optical Communications and had several original Invention Disclosures / Patents during that period. In 2004, Dr. Choi returned to Taiwan and joined GIPO/EE, National Taiwan University (NTU) as an Assistant Professor. His research works in recent years include Transflective TFT-LCDs and fast response liquid crystal technologies for display and non-display applications.
Dr. Choi was a recipient of the Hong Kong Croucher Foundation Scholarship for his Ph.D. studies at Cambridge University.