Wong Peng Wen graduated from University of Leeds in 2005 with BEng (1st Class Hons.) degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering. He received Switched Reluctance Drive Award in EE Engineering. He received research funding from Ministry of Defence, the UK for his Ph.D. study at the University of Leeds, the UK from 2007-2009. During his Ph.D., he was involved in UK DTI funded the project, developing process design kits for multilayer system-in-package modules. Currently, he works as Associate Professor in Universiti Teknologi Petronas and received outstanding researcher award in 2013, publication award in 2014 and Potential Academy Award of the Year in 2015. His research interests include a reconfigurable filter, lossy filter design, and passive filter miniaturization techniques. He has secured various research grants from government and industries since 2008 and published more than 80 papers including an article in IEEE microwave magazine. He serves as a reviewer for IEEE Transaction on Microwave Theory and Technique, IEEE Wireless & Component Letter, IET Antenna & Propagation and PIERS. He is currently the chair of IEEE ED/MTT/SSC Penang Chapter, founder and organizing chair of IEEE International Microwave, Electron Devices and Solid-State Symposium IMESS 2016.