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Chu-Song Chen received a B.S. degree in Control Engineering from National Chiao- Tung University, Taiwan, in 1989. He received an M.S. degree in 1991 and a Ph.D.  degree in 1996, respectively, both from the Department of Computer Science and  Information Engineering, National Taiwan University. He is now a research fellow  of the Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, and also an  adjunct professor of the Graduate Institute of Networking and Multimedia,  National Taiwan University. From November 2008 to March 2015, Dr. Chen served as  a deputy director of Research Center for Information Technology Innovation,  Academia Sinica. Dr. Chen’s research interests include computer vision,  signal/image processing, multimedia analysis and pattern recognition. In 2007- 2008, he served as the Secretary-General of the Image Processing and Pattern  Recognition (IPPR) Society, Taiwan, which is one of the regional societies of the  International Association of Pattern Recognition (IAPR), and he is currently a  governing board member of IPPR. He has been on the editorial board of The Open  Virtual Reality Journal (Bengham Science Publishers), 2008-2009, and IPSJ  Transactions on Computer Vision and Applications (Information Processing Society  of Japan), 2010-2013. He is currently on the editorial board of Journal of  Machine Vision and Applications (Springer), Multimedia (Academy Publisher), and  Journal of Information Science and Engineering (IIS, Academia Sinica). He served  as the program co-chair of ICDAT2005 and ICDAT2006, theme chair of PSIVT2009,  area chair of ACCV2009, ACCV2010, and NBiS2010, program co-chair of IMV2012,  IMV2013, tutorial chair of ACCV2014, general chair of IMEV2014, and will be the workshop chair of ACCV 2016.

 
 
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