Long-Wen Chang received B.S of Electrical Engineering from

National Cheng Kung University in 1976 and M.S. and Ph.D of

Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering from University

of New Mexico in 1980 and 1984, respectively.


From 1980 to 1984, he worked on coding of computerized

tomography, based on the projection data from Dynamic Spatial

Reconstructor uniquely built in Mayo Clinic. In 1984, he

joined the institute of computer Science of National Tsing Hua

University and worked on the three dimensional image

reconstruction and computer architecture on digital signal

processing. His works have been published in the journals

including "Computer Vision, Graphics, and Image Processing",

"IEEE Transaction on Signal Processing" and "IEEE Transaction

on Computer".


His interests are image processing, computer vision, computer

graphics and computer architecture for digital signal processing. He is a professor of Institute of Computer Science in National Tsing Hua

University. He is also a technical committee member for SPIE

Conference on Visual Communication and Image Processing 1992,

1993 and 1995 and a chairman of the reviewing committee for the

student best paper award for VCIP'93. He received Excellent

Research Award from National Science Council during 1991-1993.


Dr. Chang was the organizer of the Chinese Society of Image

Processing and Pattern Recognition. (The Chinese Society of Image Processing and Pattern Recognition is a member of the International Association of Pattern

Recognition. Several famous scholars including Professor Azried

Rosenfeld and Professor Robert Haralick were invited to give their tutorial courses

in the CVGIP workshop, Taiwan.) and served as the chairman of

the academic committee for two years from 1991-1992. He also

proposed the workshop on HDTV to promote the national HDTV project

and served as the technical committee chair of High Definition

Media Workshop'92 in Taiwan. He was one of the delegation

organized by the HDTV Promotion Program Office to attend the NAB

show 1993 and visited several Advanced TV companies including

David Sarnoff, COMSAT, SONY, REBO, HITACHI, ATTC and Cable Lab

in the United States. In 1994, he was awarded about 80,000 US

dollars from a booster research program of National Tsing Hua

University to enhance his research.