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Chan Chen, Ph.D.

Senior Patent Specialist

Office: +1 (703) 995-9887



Ph.D., Brigham Young University, Electrical Engineering

B.S., Southeast University, Information Engineering


State Intellectual Property Office of PRC (China Patent Agent)


Chan Chen’s practice focuses on patent procurement and counseling, with a decade-long extensive experience in drafting and prosecuting patent applications for clients in the areas of computer software, display technologies and display device, autonomous driving, vehicular electronics, wireless communications, social network, virtual reality, etc.


Prior to Bayes PLLC, Chan has worked for Liu, Shen & Associates in Beijing, Maschoff Brennan in Utah and California, and Patent Law Works in Utah.  Having practiced in different countries, Chan has developed unique experience on global patent prosecution and can work fluently using Chinese and English.  Chan is highly experienced in patent drafting and prosecution, having handled hundreds of patent applications before the USPTO, SIPO, JPO, Korean Patent Office, and EPO for a wide variety of clients from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups. 

Practice Areas

Patent Office Practice

  • Patent Prosecution in US

  • Patent Prosecution in China

Selected Publications

1.     C. Chen and M. A. Jensen, “Secret key establishment using temporally and spatially correlated wireless channel coefficients,” IEEE Trans. Mobile Computing, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 205-215, Feb. 2011.

2.     C. Chen and M. A. Jensen, “Improved channel quantization for secret key establishment in wireless systems,” Proc. Of 2010 IEEE Intl. Conf. on Wireless Information Technology and Systems, pp. 1-4, Honolulu, HI, Aug. 28 - Sep. 3, 2010.

3.     C. Chen and M. A. Jensen, “Encryption key establishment using space-time correlated MIMO channels,” 2010 IEEE AP-S International Symposium Digest, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Jul. 11 –17, 2010. Invited

4.     C. Chen and M. A. Jensen, “Secrecy extraction from increased randomness in a time-variant MIMO channel,” Proc. Of the 2009 IEEE Global Communications Conference (Globecom), pp. 1-6, Honolulu, HI, Nov. 30-Dec. 4, 2009.

5.     C. Chen and M. A. Jensen, “A stochastic model of the time-variant MIMO channel based on experimental observations,” IEEE Trans. Vehicular Technology, vol. 58, No. 6, pp. 2618-2625, Jul. 2009.

6.     C. Chen and M. A. Jensen, “Random number generation from multipath propagation: MIMO-based encryption key establishment,” 2009 IEEE AP-S International Symposium Digest, pp. 1-4, Charleston, SC, Jun. 1-6, 2009.

7.     J. W. Wallace, C. Chen and M. A. Jensen, “Key generation exploiting MIMO channel evolution: algorithms and theoretical limits,” Proceedings of 2009 European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, pp. 1499-1503, Berlin, Germany, Mar. 23-27, 2009. Invited

8.     C. Chen and M. A. Jensen, “Time-variant MIMO channels: stochastic modeling based on experimental observations,” Proceedings of the 28th General Assembly of International Union of Radio Science, pp. 1-4, Chicago, IL, Aug. 7-16, 2008. Invited

9.     C. Chen and M. A. Jensen, “modeling time-variant multipath characteristics for MIMO channels,” 2008 IEEE AP-S International Symposium Digest, pp. 1-4, San Diego, CA, July 5-12, 2008.