Prof. Jhing-fa Wang
IEEE Fellow & Chair Prof. Department of Electrical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Prof. Jhing-fa Wang is currently a Chair & Distinguished Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University (NCKU). He got his bachelor and master degree from NCKU in Taiwan and Ph. D. from Stevens Institute of Technology USA in 1973, 1979 and 1983 respectively. He was the formal chair of IEEE Tainan Section & served as the IEEE R10 Industry Liaison Coordinator 2009-2010 & now the Coordinator of Section/Chapter, Region 10, IEEE . He was elected as IEEE Fellow in 1999 for his contribution on:”Hardware and Software Co-design on Speech Signal Processing”.

He received Outstanding Research Awards and Outstanding Researcher Award from National Science Council in 1990, 1995, 1997, and 2006 respectively. He also received Outstanding Industrial Awards from ACER and Institute of Information Industry and the Outstanding Professor Award from Chinese Engineer Association, Taiwan in 1991 and 1996 respectively. He also received the culture service award from Ministry of Education, Taiwan in 2008 and Distinguished Scholar Award of KT Li from NCKU in 2009.

Prof. Wang was also invited to give the Keynote Speeches in PACLIC 12 in Singapore, 1998, UWN 2005 in Taipei , WirlessCom 2005 in Hawaii,IIH-MSP2006 in Pasadena,USA , ISM2007 in Taichung and PCM 2008 in Tainan respectively. He also served as an associate editor on IEEE Transactions on Neural Network and IEEE Transactions on VLSI System and Editor in Chief on International Journal of Chinese Engineering from 1995 to 2000.

Prof. Wang’s research areas are on multimedia signal processing including speech signal processing, image processing, and VLSI system design. Concerning about the publication, he has published about one hundred & thirty journal papers on IEEE, SIAM, IEICE, IEE and about two hundreds international conference papers. Recently he first proposed the Orange Technology different from Green Technology in order to promote the technology research for humanity.