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Topic: Computational Aspects of Collective Intelligence

  Professor Nguyen Ngoc Thanh
Full Professor of Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
Head of Department of Information Systems
Chair of IEEE SMC Technical Committee on Computational Collective Intelligence
Email: Ngoc-Thanh.Nguyen@pwr.edu.pl

Nguyen Ngoc Thanh is a state professor of Poland and Vietnam, and a full professor of Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, and the Head of Information Systems Department in the Faculty of Computer Science and Management. His scientific interests consist of collective intelligence, knowledge engineering, inconsistent knowledge processing, and multi-agent systems. He has edited more than 30 special issues in international journals, 52 books and more than 50 conference proceedings. He is an author or co-author of 5 monographs, more than 400 journal and conference papers and 2 patents. Prof. Nguyen serves as Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Information and Telecommunication (Taylor&Francis), Transactions on Computational Collective Intelligence (Springer), Vietnam Journal of Computer Science (World Scientific) and International Journal of Intelligent Information and Database Systems (Inderscience). He is also an Associate Editor-in-Chief of Applied Intelligence (Springer) and Associate Editor of several prestigious international journals. He was a General Chair or Program Chair of more than 40 international conferences. He serves as an expert of National Center of Research and Development and European Commission in evaluating research projects in several programs like Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships, FET and EUREKA. He has given 20 plenary and keynote speeches for international conferences, and more than 40 invited lectures in many countries. In 2009 prof. Nguyen was granted of title Distinguished Scientist of ACM. He was also a Distinguished Visitor of IEEE and a Distinguished Speaker of ACM. He serves as the Chair of IEEE SMC Technical Committee on Computational Collective Intelligence. Prof. Nguyen is a member of The Committee on Informatics of the Polish Academy of Sciences and The Council of Scientific Excellence of Poland. His homepage: http://staff-ksi.pwr.edu.pl/nguyen/



Topic: AI vs AI: Intelligence Amplification with DDNA

  Professor Edward Szczerbicki
Conjoint Professor
School of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Email: edward.szczerbicki@newcastle.edu.au

Professor E Szczerbicki has had very extensive experience in the area of intelligent systems development over an uninterrupted 35 year period, 15 years of which he spent in the top information science research centres in the USA, UK and Germany. In this area he contributed to the understanding of information and knowledge management in complex systems operating in changing environments characterised by informational uncertainties. He has published over 300 refereed papers which attracted more than 1400 citations over the last 20 years (ISI Web of Science; Google Scholar).

His DSc degree (1993) and the Title of Professor (2006) were gained in the area of information science for his international published contributions. Since coming to Australia in 1994, he has been awarded over 20 different competitive grants, and has also coordinated 4 Large European Union (EU) grants in the area of intelligent systems development. Contribution to the Research Area of Intelligent Information and Knowledge Management. The research of Prof Szczerbicki contributes significantly to the area of smart information use in modelling and development of complex and intelligent systems. With his papers published in the beginning of the nineties in IEEE Transactions he developed autonomous systems based on information processing for the purposes of intelligent decision support. This was his unique contribution to the emerging cross-disciplinary research area of smart information use for which information has a value, is treated as the main resource, and is the basis for intelligent decision making. Since then, he has contributed to the field with over 200 refereed publications making an outstanding impact at the international level.

In 1999 he was invited to serve as a Board Member of International Academic Advisory Council for Natural and Artificial Intelligence Systems Organization (NAISO), Canada. He was also invited to join Editorial Boards of Cybernetics and Systems, Cognitive Processing, International Journal of Knowledge-Based Intelligent Engineering Systems, and Management and Control. The contributions of Professor Szczerbicki have additionally been most recently acknowledged by (i) 20 invitations to deliver keynote addresses at international conferences (ii) invitation to act as a General Chair for International Symposium on Advances in Intelligent Industrial Systems, Australia 2000, Co-Chair for International Conference on Intelligent Information Technology for Environmental Engineering, Poland 2003, Track Chair for KES06, KES10, KES12 in the UK and (iii) invitation to guest edit over 20 volumes of CBS Special Issue on Intelligent Systems in the period of  2002-2016.



Topic: Collaborative Robotics Applications and Potential for Sustainable Development

  Francois Christophe, D.Sc. (Tech.) 
Principal researcher
Häme University of Applied Sciences
Hämeenlinna, Finland 
Email: francois.christophe@hamk.fi 

Francois Christophe received the M.Sc. (Tech.) degree in Software Engineering from Brest National Engineering School, France, in 2007. He then pursued his doctoral thesis in co-supervision between Aalto University School of Engineering (Finland) and Nantes Centrale Engineering School (France) which he defended in 2012.

After post-doctoral research on bio-integrated sensor networks at the Pervasive Computing Department of Tampere University of Technology (2014-2017) and working as university researcher in the Empirical Software Engineering research group, at the Department of Computer Science of University of Helsinki (2017-2019), he is currently leading the Robotics group as Principal researcher at HAMK Tech, Häme University of Applied Sciences. His research interests evolve around collaborative robots, machine vision, swarm robotics, autonomy and artificial intelligence. View detail his publication at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Francois_Christophe.


Topic: The State of the Art and Future Prospect of Green Energy Development in Taiwan


Professor. Yan-Kuin Su

Chair Professor in Kun Shan University

Director of Green Energy Technology Research Center

Tainan Taiwan

Email: yksu@mail.ksu.edu.tw

Professor Yan-Kuin Su is currently a Chair Professor in Kun Shan University (KSU), Tainan Taiwan. He is now a Director of Green Energy Technology Research Center, supported by Ministry of Education Taiwan. He even served as President of KSU from 2007 to 2018. He also even worked as Chairman of Department of Electrical Engineering NCKU from 1989 to 1993. From 1995 to 1998 and 2001 to 2007 he served as Dean of Research and Development and Dean of Academic Affairs, NCKU respectively. His research interests are in the semiconductor and optoelectronic devices. So far he has published own 750 SCI journal papers and got over 80 patents in Taiwan and United States. He is an IEEE Life Fellow since 2018 and IEEE Fellow in 2007 for great contributions to optoelectronics and nanophotonics research and education. He is also a SPIE Fellow since 2012 and an OSA Fellow since 2013. In 1993 he was a visiting Professor in Stuttgart University, Germany, in 1986 a member of technical staff (MTS) in AT&T Bell Laboratories, US. And an Adjunct Professor of State University of New York, Binghamton. Us in 1991~1997. He has got many prizes and medals during his research career including four times of excellent research awards from National Science Council (NSC) Taiwan.


Professor Edward Szczerbicki
Conjoint Professor
School of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Email: edward.szczerbicki@newcastle.edu.au
Professor Edward Szczerbicki
Conjoint Professor
School of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Email: edward.szczerbicki@newcastle.edu.au
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