Prof. Erchin Serpedin, IEEE Fellow, Texas A&M University, USA

Bio: Erchin Serpedin is a professor with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station. He received the specialization degree in transmission and processing of information from Ecole Superieure DElectricite (SUPELEC), Paris, in 1992, the M.Sc. degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1992, and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Virginia in January 1999. Dr. Serpedin is the author of two research monographs, one textbook, ten book chapters, 120 journal papers, and 200 conference papers. His research interests include signal processing, computational biomedical engineering, bioinformatics, and systems biology. Dr. Serpedin is currently serving as an associate editor of the IEEE Signal Processing Magazine and as the editor-in-chief of EURASIP Journal on Bioinformatics and Systems Biology, an online journal edited by Springer. He served as an associate editor for more than 12 journals, including journals such as the IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, IEEE Transactions on Communications, IEEE Signal Processing Letters, IEEE Communications Letters, IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, Signal Processing (Elsevier), Physical Communications (Elsevier), EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing, and as a Technical Chair for six major conferences. His research work was recognized through numerous awards and research grants. He is a fellow of the IEEE.

Speech Title: Applications of Digital Signal Processing in Bioinformatics and Genomics

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Prof. Junchul Chun, Kyonggi University, South Korea

Junchul Chun is a professor in the department of computer science and a principal investigator in the Graphics and Image Processing Research Laboratory at Kyonggi University, South Korea. He received a B.S. degree from Chung-Ang University majoring in computer science. He also received M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the department of computer science and engineering at the University of Connecticut, CT., U.S. He was a visiting research scholar in PRIP (Pattern Recognition and Image Processing) at Michigan State University and University of Colorado at Boulder, 2001 and 2009 respectively. He has worked as a chief director of CCSRC (Contents Convergence Software Research Center) at Kyonggi University. He is currently a CO-EIC of KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems (TIIS), which is SCIE-indexed journal. His major research fields are augmented reality, vision-based human computer interaction, and computer graphics.

Speech Title: Vision-based interaction techniques for contronling AR object


Prof. Franklin Bien, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Korea

Prof. Franklin Bien received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the Georgia Institute of Technology at Atlanta, GA in 2000 and 2006 respectively. Dr. Bien’s heritage roots from Dr. Joy Laskar. This also means Dr. Bien’s heritage roots from a Nobel laureate and the father of ‘transistor’, Dr. John Bardeen as you can see from the ‘People’ tab. Prior to joining UNIST in 2009, Dr. Franklin Bien was with Staccato Communications, San Diego, CA as a Senior IC Design Engineer working on analog/mixed-signal IC and RF front-end blocks for Ultra-Wideband (UWB) products such as Wireless-USB. Before working at Staccato, Dr. Bien was with Agilent Technologies and Quellan Inc., developing transceiver ICs for enterprise segments that improve the speed and reach of communication channels in consumer, broadcast, enterprise and computing markets. In the early stage of his career including the Ph.D. work, Dr. Bien’s research interests included signal integrity improvement with alternate modulation schemes, cross-talk noise cancellation, and equalization techniques for 10+Gb/sec broadband communication applications. Dr. Bien’s research and design experiences includes CMOS RF front-end circuits for UWB wireless communications, adaptive circuits for wireless power transfer (WPT) applications, and electronics design for future automobiles and electric vehicles. For more, please visit

Speech Title: DSP enabled Glucose Sensing Technology


Prof. Yasuhiro Matsuda, Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Japan

Prof. Yasuhiro Matsuda obtained his Ph.D. degree from the University of Tokyo in 2007. He joined the Department of Welfare Systems Engineering at Kanagawa Institute of Technology in 2000, and later joined the Department of Robotics and Mechatronics. Now, he is a professor and department chair of the Department of Clinical Engineering. Prof. Matsuda’s expertise is in the field of assistive technology for deaf and/or blind persons and measurement engineering. Currently, his main research interest is in the development of the communication support system using Finger Braille for deafblind person and tactual communication tool for elderly person.

Speech Title: Finger Braille Teaching System

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