FBI arrests Arkansas professor on fraud charges over financial ties to China

Your tax money pays to educate spies, executioners,…

Then more of your tax money pays to hire those spies as professors
to increase the number of spies milking the system, and to teach you the value of multiculturalism (not practiced in China.)

Eventually foreginers run the economy, your life support system. They can then turn you off.
Eliminate deplorables, the final solution.

Decades of communists pushing for diversity.
Like you are not diverse,
need to get rid of you.

Lots of Chinese faculty everywhere,
and students.

Communist China students are reduced but still a lot of them driving brand new Jaguars, Porsches, Maseratis, Camaro, Mustangs,…. While poor non-diverse Americans drive old Ford econoboxes, focus, escort,….

Should stop this immediately.
Return foreign rulers back to their own country.


FBI arrests Arkansas professor on fraud charges over financial ties to China

A professor at the University of Arkansas specializing in electrical engineering has been arrested by the FBI

and charged with wire fraud

after being accused of failing to tell federal authorities about his jobs and payments from Chinese companies

Simon Ang “had close ties with the
Chinese government and
Chinese companies,
and failed to disclose those ties when required to do so
in order to receive grant money from NASA,”

Ang was arrested Friday,

court papers were unsealed Monday.

A lawyer for Ang declined to comment.

The case marks the latest strike by the Justice Department against what national security officials say is a problem at some American universities:

professors and researchers hiding their financial and professional arrangements with Chinese entities,

in violation of ethics rules for federal grant money.


Simon Ang graduated from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville with a B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering.

M.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology,

Ph.D. Degree in Electrical Engineering at Southern Methodist University.

Dr. Ang worked for seven years at Texas Instruments holding a variety of increasingly responsible positions including a section manager in the Advanced Power Integrated Circuit Development Center prior to joining the faculty of the University of Arkansas in 1988 as an Assistant Professor in Electrical Engineering.

He became an Associate Professor in 1991 and a full Professor in 1995.
Dr. Ang is the Director of the High Density Electronics Center and an Associate Director of the National Center for Reliable Electric Power Transmission.

He has received numerous teaching awards and supervised over 100 M.S. and Ph.D. students in electrical engineering, biomedical engineering,
agricultural engineering,
and mechanical engineering.

Dr. Ang received the Arkansas Alumni Association Distinguished Achievement Award in Teaching in 1994

and received the Insignia Award in Technology by the City and Guilds of London Institute, England in 1988 for his work on power semiconductor device development.

He is the author and co-author of more than 300 journal and proceeding articles and 6 book chapters.

He holds four U.S. patents.

He is the author of the book “Power Switching Converters” (New York: Marcel Dekker, 1995) and the principal author of “Power-Switching Converters-Third Edition” (New York: Taylor and Francis, 2010).

Dr. Ang is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (United Kingdom), the Electrochemical Society,
the City and Guilds of London Institute (United Kingdom),
and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

Research Interests
• Microelectronics and Power Electronic Packaging
• Power electronics
• Nanotechnology

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