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The
Firs
t Arts, Culture,
New Media, and Entertainment


Workshop

(EITC
-
New Media 2011)






"New Media in Art, Technology, and Heritage"






Proceedings






Tuesday
,
August 16, 2011

Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York

1 East 42
nd

Street,

New York, NY 10017 U.S.A.




The
First
Arts, Culture, New Media, and Entertainment

Wor
kshop



Tuesday
,
August 16, 2011

Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York
, New York,
NY,
U.S.A.

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2


Table of Contents



CANDIDATE PROGRAM TO
PICS

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3

WORKSHOP PROGRAM

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5

ABSTRACTS AND BIOGRA
PHIES

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8

C
ONFERENCE
C
HAIR

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8

Dr. Rong Chang

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8

O
PENING
S
PEECH

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9

Mr. Carlton Vann

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9

Dr. Kung
-
shin Chou

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10

K
EYNOTE
S
PEECH

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11

Dr. Giovanni Pacifici

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11

P
LENARY
S
ESSION
1:

S
OCIAL
M
EDIA
,

C
LOUD
C
OMPUTING
,

AND
C
YBER
S
EC
URITY

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12

Dr. Shu
-
Ping Chang

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12

Professor Ruby B Lee

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13

Dr. Milin
d Naphade

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14

P
LENARY
S
ESSION
2:

E
MERGING
B
ROADBAND
T
ECHNOLOGY AND
M
ULTIMEDIA
S
ERVICES

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16

Dr. Jih
-
Shyr Yih

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16

Professor Shih
-
Fu Chang

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17

Professor H. Jonathan Chao
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18

P
LENARY
S
ESSION
3

:

M
EDIA
A
RT
,

C
REATIVE
D
ESIGN
,

AND
C
ULTURAL
I
NDUSTRY
D
EVELOPMENT

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19

Professor Yung
-
Cheng Hsieh

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19

Dr. William Ying

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20

P
LENARY
S
ESSION
4:

C
LOUD
C
OMPUTING AND THE
D
ATA
C
ENTER OF THE
F
UTURE

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21

Dr. Chiao
-
Fe Sheu

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21

Dr. Zon
-
Yin Shae

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22








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Candidate Program Topics


The

workshop is structured around a number of sub
-
themes that include
-
but are not limited
to, the following topics as they relate to the research and developm
ent aspects of New Media in
Art, Technology, and Heritage.
The long list is not meant to be all
-
inclusive. Rather, it
should be used to stimulate and encourage other ideas and possibilities.



1. Cloud Computing Technology and Services




Cloud culture



Cloud

computing architecture



Infrastructure/software/application/business cloud



Service
-
Oriented Architecture (SOA)

in cloud computing



Vituralization of hardware/software resources



Cloud computing consulting methods



Design tool for cloud computing



Maintenance a
nd management of cloud computing



Cloud applications in vertical industries


2. Transmedia and Technology




Transmedia theory and design



Transmedia, art and content



Transmedia and future computing/IT convergence/creative industry


3. Virtual Reality/Augmente
d Reality/Mixed Reality (VR/AR/MR
)




Ubiquitous mixed/augmented reality (MR/AR)



Wearable and mobile mixed/augmented reality (MR/AR)



Distributed and collaborative mixed/augmented reality (MR/AR)



Industrial/medical mixed/augmented reality (MR/AR) applications



Mixed/augmented reality (MR/AR) for entertainment and training



Interactive, virtual and augmented environments



Avatars and virtual community



Robotics and telepresence


4. Virtual Heritage




Mixed/augmented reality (MR/AR) for cultural heritage



Computer ani
mation for cultural heritage applications and virtual heritage



Virtual realty (VR) applications in conservation research and practice



Intelligent description of cultural heritage content (in multiple languages)



Novel Internet
-
based cultural heritage applic
ations



Encyclopedias in cultural heritage



Digital libraries and archives



National digital libraries and aggregators as cross
-
domain systems



E
-
libraries and e
-
learning in cultural heritage



Cultural heritage and edutainment



Knowledge systems for heritage man
agement



Virtual heritage, virtual tourism, and virtual museum applications (e
-
museums and e
-
exhibitions)

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3D data capture and processing in cultural heritage



Digital reconstructions and 3D modeling



Digital media and commodification of cultural heritage



Di
gital heritage tools and systems



The economics of cultural informatics and tourism


5. Media Art and Technology






Ubiquitous/pervasive media and art



Media arts and creative technologies



Computer music



Interactive and mobile media & art



Museum art and exhi
bitions



Digital storytelling



Applications of serious gaming technologies



Affective computing


6. Entertainment and Education




Mixed/augmented reality (MR/AR) for entertainment



Education, virtual classroom and virtual collaborative learning



Social impact,
social networking, sound and music



Social and interactive computing and media



Mobile entertainment




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Workshop

Program



9:0
0 am
-

11
:
3
0
a
m : Registration


9:30 am
-

10:20

am :
Opening Session

Chair:
Dr. Rong N. Chang

(
張榮
)
,
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center


Mr. Carlton Vann

Director, Divis
i
on for International Business

Office of the Mayor

The City of New York




“Introduction to the National Palace Museum”

Dr. Kung
-
shin Chou

Director,
National

Palace

Museum

Republic of Ch
ina (Taiwan)

(
國立故宮博物院
院長周功鑫
博士
)


10:20 am


11:00 am : Keynote Session

Chair:
Dr. Rong N. Chang

(
張榮
)
,
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center


Dr.
Giovanni Pacifici

Director of Distributed Computing

IBM T.J.

Watson Research Center


11:00

am
-

11:
15

am : Break


11:1
5 a
m


12
:
15

pm :
Plenary

Session

1:

Social Media, Cloud Computing,
and Cyber Security

Chair:
Dr.
Shu
-
Ping Chang

(
張書平
), IBM T.J. Watson Research Center


“Secure Cloud Computing”

Professor Ruby B. Lee

Director,
Princeton
Architecture Lab for Multimedia and
Security

(PALMS)

Department of Electrical Engineering

Princeton University

(
普林斯頓大學
電機系
李佩露教授
)


“Smarter City Services and Smarter Cloud

Dr. Milind Naphade

Program Director of Smart City Services and Smarter Cloud

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center


12:15 pm


1
:30 pm : Lunch


1:3
0 pm


2
:
30

pm : Plenary Session 2:

Emerging Broadband Technology
and Multimedia Services

Chair:

Dr. Jih
-
Shyr Yih

(
易繼實
)
, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center


“Mobile Visual Search and Augmented Reality”

Professor Shih
-
Fu Chang

The
First
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kshop



Tuesday
,
August 16, 2011

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, New York,
NY,
U.S.A.

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6

Director, Dig
ital Video and Multimedia Lab

Department of Electrical Engineering

Columbia University

(
哥倫比亞大學電機系張世富教授
)



Data Center Network Designs


Professor H. Jonathan Chao

Head
, Department of Electrical and

Computer Engineering

Polytechnic Institute

of
NYU

(
紐約大學理工學

電機及電腦工程系
主任
趙鴻翔
教授
)


2:30 pm


3:30 pm : Plenary Session 3:

Media Art, Creative Design, and
Cultural Industry Development

Chair:
Dr.
Chiao
-
Fe Shu

(
徐秋風
),
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center



“Value
-
added Applications and Marketing Promotion for the Digital Archi
ving of Arts”

Professor Yung
-
Cheng Hsieh

Dean
,
Office of Research and Development

National Taiwan University of Arts

(
國立台灣藝術大學研究發展處研發長謝顒丞
教授
)



ARTstor:

A

D
igital
I
mage
L
ibrary for
E
ducation and
S
cholarship


Dr.
William

Ying

C
hief Information Officer and Vi
ce President

of Technology

ARTstor


3
:
30

pm


3:45

pm : Break


3:45

pm


5
:
00

pm :
Plenary

Session

4: Cloud Computing and the Data
Center of the Future

Chair:
Dr.
Zon
-
Yin Shae

(
薛榮銀
), IBM T.J. Watson Research Center


“Smarter Public Safety”

Dr.
Chiao
-
Fe Shu

STSM, IBM Research

Chief Technologist, GTS Physical Security Service

IBM T. J. Watson Research Center

(
國際商業機器公司華生研究中心
徐秋風
博士
)


“High Performance Computing Cloud”

Dr.
Zon
-
Yin Shae

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

(
國際商業機器公司華生研究中心
薛榮銀
博士
)


5:00

pm


5
:
45

pm :
Ple
nary

Session

5: Open Discussions and Q&A

Moderator
s
:

Dr.
William

Ying
,

ARTstor

&
Dr. Rong Chang,

IBM T. J. Watson Research Center


Panel discussion will be participated by all invited speakers, including:


Professor Shih
-
Fu Chang
,
Columbia University

Profe
ssor H. Jonathan Chao
,
Polytechnic Institute

of
NYU

Dr. Kung
-
shin Chou
,
National

Palace

Museum
, ROC (Taiwan)

Professor Yung
-
Cheng Hsie
h,
National Taiwan University of Arts

Professor Ruby B. Lee
,

Princeton University

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Dr.
Zon
-
Yin Shae
,
IBM T.J. Watson Resear
ch Center

Dr.
Chiao
-
Fe Shu
,
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center


Q&A open to all participants

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, New York,
NY,
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Abstracts and Biographies

Conference Chair



Dr. Rong Chang


Manager of Service Management Environments

IBM T. J. Watson Research Center

rong@us.ibm.com, +1
-
914
-
78
4
-
7850





BIOGRAPHY



Dr. Rong Chang
張 榮
博 士

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G r e a t e r
N e w Y o r k C h a p t e r ( C I E
-
U S A/G N Y C, t h e F o u n d i n g C h a p t e r o f C I E
-
U S A ), a n d i s o n t h e
M a n a g i n g C o m m i t t e e o f E m e r g i n g I n f o r m a t i o n a n d T e c h n o l o g y C o n f e r e n c e ( E I T C ).


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9

Opening Speech



Mr.
Carlton V
ann


Director, Division for International Business

Office of the Mayor
, t
he City of New York




BIOGRAPHY

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10


Opening S
peech



“Introduction to the National Palace Museum”

Dr. Kung
-
shin Chou


Director, National Palace Museum

Republic of China (Taiwan)

(
國立故宮博
物院院長周功鑫博士
)




BIOGRAPHY


Dr. Chou Kung
-
shin

is the director of the National Palace Museum (NPM) in
Taipei, Taiwan, where she started her career as a docent and then chief
curator of the Exhibition department. During her tenure at the NPM, Dr.
Chou organiz
ed numerous international exhibitions and initiated
educational programs that had made distinguished contributions to Taiwan.
In teaching and research, Dr. Chou specializes in Chinese art history and
museology, publishing many academic and research papers
on these topics.
Since 1996, she had taught courses at the Graduate Institute of Library
Information and Archive Studies at the National Chengchi University,
lecturing on topics in museology, such as museum education, art history,
museum management, museum

exhibition. Dr.Chou received the Medaille
de Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Ministry of Culture in 1998. In
2002, she founded the Graduate Institute of Museum Studies at Fu Jen Catholic University
and served as its director for

six years. The Exhibition she organized in 2007 at the National Dr.
Sun Yat
-
sen Memorial Hall titled
Art and Religion: a Special Exhibition of Italian Paintings of the
Golden Age from the 14
th

to 17
th

Centuries

earned her a silver medal and a papal bless
ing
certificate from Pope Benedict XVI. Dr. Chou received her Ph.D. in Art History and Archaeology
at the University of Paris Sorbonne
-
Paris IV.





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11


Keynote Speech


Dr.
Giovanni Pacifici


Director, Distributed Computing

IBM
Thomas J. Watson Research Cen
ter

Hawthorne, NY USA




BIOGRAPHY


I joined
IBM Research

in 1995, where I am currently a Director of
Distributed Computing leading a research program on foundation
technologies for cloud computing, bus
iness process management and
decision management. My personal research interests are: (1) virtual
machine image repository and library technology that stores and operates
on images at file
-
level granularity providing CVS
-
like version management,
ultra dens
e storage and scalable operations; (2) virtual machine image
creation and composition tools to transform virtual machine images into
building blocks and then compose these building blocks into complex application topologies
that satisfy user requirements;
(3) methodology and algorithms to optimize and manage
multiple virtualized resources including CPU, memory, disk space and software license limits,
while maintaining the availability and performance of applications with potentially large
complex topologies

that span multiple virtual machines. These research projects led to the
following new IBM products: 1)
IBM Workload Deployer
; 2)
WebSphere Virtual Enterprise
; and
3) "Deployment Planning and Automation" feature of
Rational Software Architect
.


From 1989 to 1995
I was an Associate Research Scientist at the
Center for Telecommunications
Research

at
Columbia University

where I led several research activities that focused on the
des
ign and evaluation of real
-
time control and monitoring systems for high
-
speed networks
with quality of service guarantees.


In 2001 I served as the Technical Program Co
-
Chair of the
IEEE INFOCOM

conference as well
as the Technical Program Co
-
Chair for the
Fourth IFIP/IEEE International Conference on
Management of Multimedia Networks a
nd Services
. In 2006 I was the General Chair of the
Second IEEE Workshop on Advanced Architectures and Algorithms for Internet Delivery and
Applications
.


From 2001 to 2007 I was an editor of the
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking

and from
2000 to 2004 I was an editor of the Elsevier Science's
Computer

Networks

Journal. I served as
a guest Editor for two special issues of the
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications

(in 1997 and 1999).


I received the
Laurea

in Electrical Engineering and the
Research D
octorate

in Information
Science and Telecommunications from the
University of Rome
La Sapienza

in 1984 and 1989,
respectively. As a student, my research activities focused on the design and performance
evaluation of
access control protocols for local and metropolitan area networks.

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12


Plenary
Session 1:

Social Media, Cloud Computing, and Cyber Security



Session Chair

Dr. Shu
-
Ping Chang


Manager,
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

(
國際商業機器公司華生研究中心
張書平
博士
)




BIOGRAPHY


Dr.

Shu
-
Ping Chang is currently the Laboratory manager of IBM System S
Laboratory, a cluster with 600+ nodes and 2000+ CPU cores, at IBM T.J.
Watson Research Center. IBM System S project, the base of IBM product
InfoSphere Streams, uses stream processing arch
itecture for massive
information computing and management as decision making support. His
primary function is System S Laboratory management, prototype systems
development and cluster system administration automation especially in
faults management. Dr. Ch
ang has more than 20 years research and product
development experiences in the Computer and Information technology arena. He has broad and
in depth knowledge in computer system hardware architecture and software structure in
computer communication, relatio
nal database, internet web based solutions and multimedia
systems.


In 2003
-
2004, Dr. Chang was a Software Development Manager of Integrated Content
Management Solution (ICMS) Department in the IBM Software Group. He led a team of
technology experts on El
ectronic Record Management (ERM) and Content Management (CM) for
professional consulting and development services. During 2000
-
2003, as one of the
development manager, his department was responsible for IBM Multiplatform Media Production
Suite (MPS) produc
t development in IBM Industrial Solution Units (ISU). This product was
developed and used by CNN News Library as their Content Management System (CMS). CNN
later takes over all assets of this product in 2003.


From 1996
-
1999, he has accomplished professi
onal service for MCI video phone mail system
project, Media Asset Management (MAM) architecture initiative design and data layout
framework (DLF), and several multimedia related products development. His primary
responsibility was to architect and design m
ultimedia communication system and end
-
to
-
end
solution especially for network based (internet/intranet) real time video media.


Dr. Chang has a Ph.D. in Computer and Information Sciences from University of Minnesota
with special focus in Computer Communi
cation and System. He has a Master of Science degree
from University of Minnesota with major in Computer and Information Sciences and minor in
Electrical Engineering. His master project is in Computer Vision area. He also has a Bachelor of
Sciences degree,

first place honor, from National Chiao
-
Tung University, Republic of China, in
Communication Engineering.


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Plenary
Session 1:
Social Media, Cloud Computing, and Cyber Security



“Secure Cloud Computing


Professor Ruby B Lee


Director, Princeton Architect
ure Lab for Multimedia and Security (PALMS)

Department of Electrical Engineering

Princeton University

(
普林斯頓大學
電機系
李佩露教授
)




BIOGRAPHY


Ruby B. Lee

is the Forrest G. Hamrick Professor of
Engineering and Professor of Electrical Engineering at
Princeton Univer
sity, with an affiliated appointment in the
Computer Science department. She is the director of the
Princeton Architecture Laboratory for Multimedia and
Security (PALMS). Her current research is in designing
security and new media support into core compute
r
architecture, embedded systems and global networked
systems, and in architectures resistant to Distributed Denial
of Service attacks and Internet
-
scale epidemics. She teaches
courses in
Cyber Security

and
Processor Architectures for New
Paradigms
. She
is a Fellow of the Association for Computing
Machinery (ACM) and a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical
and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). She is Associate Editor
-
in
-
Chief of
IEEE Micro

and Editorial Board member of
IEEE
Security and Privacy
.


Prior to joi
ning the Princeton faculty in 1998, Dr. Lee served as chief architect at Hewlett
-
Packard, responsible at different times for processor architecture, multimedia architecture and
security architecture for e
-
commerce and extended enterprises. She was a key ar
chitect in the
definition and evolution of the PA
-
RISC architecture used in HP servers and workstations, and
also led the first CMOS PA
-
RISC single
-
chip microprocessor design. As chief architect for HP’s
multimedia architecture team, Dr. Lee led an inter
-
d
isciplinary team focused on architecture to
facilitate pervasive multimedia information processing using general
-
purpose computers. This
resulted in the first desktop computer family with integrated, software
-
based, high fidelity, real
-
time multimedia. Dr
. Lee also co
-
led a multimedia architecture team for IA
-
64. Concurrent
with full
-
time employment at HP, Dr. Lee also served as Consulting Professor of Electrical
Engineering at Stanford University. She has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and a M.S. in
Computer Science, both from Stanford University, and an A.B. with distinction from Cornell
University, where she was a College Scholar. She is an elected member of Phi Beta Kappa and
Alpha Lambda Delta. She has been granted 115 United States and internatio
nal patents, with
several patents pending.


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Plenary Session 1: Social Media, Cloud Computing, and Cyber Security



“Smarter City Services and Smarter Cloud”

Dr.
Milind Naphade


Program Director of Smart City Services and Smarter Cloud

IBM T.J. Watson Re
search Center




BIOGRAPHY


Milind Naphade received his B. E. degree in
Instrumentation and Control Engineering from the
University of Pune, India in July 1995, ranking first among
the university students in this discipline. He received his
M.S. and Ph.D.

degrees in Electrical Engineering from the
University of Illinois at Urbana
-
Champaign in 1998 and
2001 respectively. At UIUC he was a Computational
Sciences and Engineering Fellow and a member of the
Image Formation and Processing group at the Beckman
Ins
titute for Advanced Science and Technology from
August 1996 to March 2001.


In 2001 Milind joined the Pervasive Media Management Group at the IBM T. J. Watson
Research Center in Hawthorne, NY, as a research staff member. He has worked with the Center
for
Development of Advanced Computing (C
-
DAC) in Pune, India from July 1994 to July 1996
in the applications development group. He has worked with the Kodak Research Laboratories of
the Eastman Kodak Company in the summer of 1997 and with the Microcomputer Res
earch
Laboratories at Intel Corporation in the summer of 1998. Milind has authored over 100
pioneering research articles, publications, book chapters and patents in the field of content
analysis, machine learning, information integration and smarter infras
tructure. His research in
context and content modeling has won him the IEEE Circuits and Systems 2004 Outstanding
Young Author Award. He has pioneered the approach of semantic multimedia concept and
context detection for multimedia content understanding, s
earch and retrieval.


Milind was the lead architect of the IBM Semantic Concept Detection System which has
consistently topped the performance in NIST TRECVID evaluations. He led the semantic
analysis of the Award Winning Marvel search engine that won the

Wall Street Journal's 2004
Innovations Award in the Multimedia Category. He has also been closely involved in the design
of the concept detection task of the NIST TREC Video Benchmark.


Milind is a senior member of the IEEE. He is also a member of the IE
EE Circuits and Systems
Multimedia Systems and Applications Technical Committee. He has served on the organizing
and program Committee member for conferences including IEEE ICIP, IEEE ICME, CIVR, ACM
MM, SPIE, IAPR ICPR and several journals.


Milind has b
een a principle investigator for a number of government funded projects at IBM
including DTO Challenge Workshop on the design of a Large Scale Concept Ontology for
Multimedia Understanding and the VACE Phase III project titled "Analyst
-
Centric Workbench
fo
r Large
-
scale Cross
-
domain Video Intelligence".


Between 2006 and 2008 Milind served on the core team of IBM's Global Innovation Outlook
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exercise as Research Liaison for IBM Research. In this capacity he was responsible for
representing the IBM Research di
vision in the GIO process, influencing the insights derived
and launching innovation initiatives driven by the division in response to the findings of the
GIO. Notable among the initiatives launched are the Spoken Web initiative out of India
Research Labs.


Since 2008 Milind has taken over the role of managing the services research agenda for
smarter planet services as the Program Director of Smarter Cities and Smarter Cloud. In this
capacity Milind works with worldwide researchers and business unit teams i
nternally within
IBM and city management, non
-
governmental organizations and citizens externally to create
innovative services and solutions for helping build a smarter planet. Internally he leads a cross
-
disciplinary team of experts to design, architect a
nd execute the services research strategy to
provide the IBM business divisions with innovative services and solutions for helping make
cities smarter. Externally he leads the smarter city living lab research in Dubuque, which is
IBM’s first US Smarter Cit
y. He has led the creation and deployment of the IBM Smarter City
Sustainability Model in Dubuque.



Milind's research interests include machine learning and multimodal signal processing and the
application of these techniques for information management i
n extracting insights from
heterogeneous sensed environments like cities and city systems such as transportation,
buildings, water systems and energy systems.

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Plenary
Session 2:
Emerging Broadband Technology and Multimedia Services



Session Chair


Dr.
Jih
-
Shyr Yih


Manager,

Services Transformation Initiatives

Services Research
,
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center




BIOGRAPHY


Dr.
Jih
-
Shyr

Yih

(
易繼實
) did his undergraduate study in Computer
Science and Information Engineering at National Taiwan
University.

He received his doctoral degree in Computer Science and
Engineering from U. of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

He has twenty years of
R&D and management experiences at IBM T.J. Watson Research
Center.

Presently, Dr.
Yih

leads services transformation initiatives for

IBM.


From 2005 to 2008, he was chief of staff to VP Services Research, for
hiring, communications, technical planning, strategy execution, and
awards of eight global labs with 550 researchers and budget over $100M.


From 2000 to 2005, he led teams in c
reating IBM's advanced commerce solutions, such as the
ibm.com

Common Commerce Engine, Global Asset Reuse Services private marketplace, and
Websphere Commerce multichannel solutions.

He also worked on many comple
x client
engagements worldwide.


He took assignments with Retail Core Banking Solutions in Copenhagen, Denmark, and
Networked Applications & Services Division in White Plains, NY.

He was an adjunct faculty
member at the Columbia University.

He has been
awarded two IBM Outstanding Innovations
Awards and published over 50 technical journal and conference papers.











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Plenary
Session 2:
Emerging Broadband Technology and Multimedia Services



“Mobile Visual Search and Augmented Reality”

Professor
Shi
h
-
Fu Chang


Director, Digital Video and Multimedia Lab

Department of Electrical Engineering

Columbia University

(
哥倫比亞大學電機系張世富教授
)




BIOGRAPHY


Chang is an active researcher leading development of novel theories,
algorithms, and systems for content
-
based image video search, visual
communication, multimedia analytics, as well as media forensics. His
work has been infl
uential in shaping the vibrant fields of content
-
based multimedia retrieval (see
frequently cited papers
). In the 90’s, he
and his students developed sev
eral of the first image/video search
engines, such as VisualSEEk, VideoQ, and WebSEEk. He has also
been recognized with technical awards and best paper awards for
inventing novel systems that combine content analytics, adaptive
mobile communication, and mu
ltimedia summarization. Other
significant contributions include large
-
scale concept
-
based video
search engines (e.g.,
CuZero
), a widely used library of image
cl
assification models (e.g.,
Columbia374
), international multimedia
indexing/communication standards (e.g., MPEG
-
7 and MPEG
-
21), and
large multimedia ontologies (e.g.,
LSCOM
). His group demonstrated the best multimedia
indexing performance in international benchmarking forums such as TRECVID (2008 and
2010). Chang led the ADVENT university
-
industry research consortium with the participat
ion
of more than 25 industry sponsors. Many video indexing technologies developed by his group
have been licensed to companies. He has received the IEEE Kiyo Tomiyasu technical field
award, IBM Faculty Award, NSF CAREER Award, and ONR Young Investigator Aw
ard. He and
his students have won many paper awards, including the Most Cited Paper of the Decade
Award from Journal of Visual Communication and Image Representation. He served as the
Editor
-
in
-
Chief of the IEEE Signal Processing Magazine (2006
-
8), Chair o
f Columbia Electrical
Engineering Department (2007
-
2010), general co
-
chair of ACM Multimedia Conference in 2000
and 2010, and advisor for several media technology companies and research institutions. His
research has been broadly supported by government ag
encies as well as industry sponsors. He
is an IEEE Fellow and a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
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Plenary
Session 2:
Emerging Broadband Technology and Multimedia Services



“Data Center Network Designs”

Professor
H. Jonath
an Chao


Head, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Polytechnic Institute of NYU

(
紐約大學理工學院電機及電腦工程系主任趙鴻翔教授
)




BIOGRAPHY


H. Jonathan Chao

is Department Head and Professor of Electrical and
Computer Engineering at Polytechnic Institute of New York University,
Brooklyn, NY, where he joined in January 1992. He has been doing
research in t
he areas of network designs in data centers, terabit
switches/routers, network security, and networks on the chip. He holds
42

patents with 9 pending and has published nearly 200 journal and
conference papers. He has also served as a consultant for various

companies, such as Huawei, Lucent, NEC, and Telcordia.


During 2000

2001, he was Co
-
Founder and CTO of Coree Networks, NJ,
where he led a team to implement a multi
-
terabit MPLS (Multi
-
Protocol
Label Switching) switch router with carrier
-
class reliability
. From 1992
to 1999, he taught short courses 3 times a year in the subjects of
SONET, ATM, IP, MPLS, switche/router designs, to industry people through UC Berkeley and
Oxford University’s continuing education programs. From 1985 to 1992, he was a Member of

Technical Staff at Telcordia, where he was involved in transport and switching system
architecture designs and ASIC implementations, such as the world’s first SONET
-
like Framer
chip, ATM Layer chip, Sequencer chip (the first chip handling packet schedulin
g), and ATM
switch chip. From 1977 to 1981, he was a Senior Engineer at Telecommunication Labs of
Taiwan performing circuit designs for a digital telephone switching system.


Prof. Chao is a Fellow of the IEEE for his contributions to the architecture and

application of
VLSI circuits in high
-
speed packet networks. He received the Telcordia Excellence Award in
1987. He is a co
-
recipient of the 2001 Best Paper Award from the IEEE Transaction on Circuits
and Systems for Video Technology. He coauthored three
networking books,
Broadband Packet
Switching

Technologies


A Practical Guide to ATM Switches and IP Routers
(New York: Wiley,
2001),
Quality of Service Control in

High
-
Speed Networks
(New York: Wiley, 2001), and
High
-
Performance Switches and Routers
(New
York: Wiley, 2007).


Prof. Chao received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from National Chiao
Tung University, Taiwan, and his Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Ohio State
University.



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Plenary
Session 3 :
Media Art, Creativ
e Design, and Cultural Industry Development



“Value
-
added Applications and Marketing Promotion for the Digital Archiving of Arts”

Professor Yung
-
Cheng Hsieh


D
ean
,

Office of
Research and Development

National Taiwan University of Arts

(
國立台灣藝術大學研究發展處研發長謝顒丞教

)




BIOGRAPHY


Dr. Yung
-
Cheng Hsieh is currently the Dean of Research and
Development and Professor of Graphic Communication Arts Department
at the National Taiwan University of Arts (NTUA)
(http://gca.ntua.edu.tw/files/11
-
1000
-
10
-
2.php). He was the Cha
irperson
of Department of Graphic Communication Arts between 2003 and 2010
and has been invited to international conferences and seminars related to
graphic communication technology, digital archives, and printing
technology every year. Dr. Hsieh earned bo
th his B.S. and M.S. degree in
Kansas and Missouri, and Ph.D. degree in Industrial Technology with
Statistics minor from Iowa State University. He taught at Illinois State
University before he began teaching at NTUA. As a Visiting Professor
during the summ
er of 2008, he taught at Department of Printing & Packaging of Wuhan
University in China. Dr. Hsieh also conducted researches with Industrial Technology
Department of Appalachian State University (NC, USA) as a Distinguished Full Professor in the
summer of

2009.


Dr. Hsieh specializes in graphic communication technology, digital archive and e
-
Learning,
digital content development and application, applied statistics, experiment design, cultural
creative industry. He received Silvius
-
Wolansky Award for outsta
nding research by the Iowa
State University in 1997, Distinguished Research Award by National Science Council in 1999,
Outstanding Professor in Industrial Technology Award by National Association of Industrial
Technology of USA in 2002, The Research Excell
ence Award of NTUA in 2003 and 2006, and
Top 100 Project Manager by Taiwan Project Management Association in 2008 and 2010 (Level D
and C Certificate). He is the author of "Characteristics and Quality Specifications for Taiwan's
Sheetfed Lithographic Indus
try", "Computer to Plate", "CD Waterless Offset Printing",
"Archiving Art and Digitization", "Evaluation of Digital Archives", "Handbook of Digital
Archiving Techniques and Processes", “The Print Attributes of Hybrid Screen Technology”, etc.
(Blog: http://
actofntua.blogspot.com; Facebook Group:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=157218470967581
)


For the past 10 years, Dr. Hsieh has written numerous articles for pu
blications including more
than 70 articles in peer
-
reviewed journals, more than 90 conference articles at national and
international conferences, and more than 60 technical reports in the area of his interest. Dr.
Hsieh also has received more than 50 grant
s from National Science Council, Council for
Culture Affair, Ministry of Education, and other government and industrial agencies to assist
the development of the graphic communication, digital content, and cultural creative industry
in Taiwan.

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Plenary
Se
ssion 3 :
Media Art, Creative Design, and Cultural Industry Development



“ARTstor: A Digital Image Library for Education and Scholarship”

Dr. William Ying


Chief Information Officer and Vice President of Technology

ARTstor

Email:
wwy@artstor.org




BIOGRAPHY


Dr.
William

Ying

is the Chief Information Officer and Vice President of
Technology for ARTstor. As CIO and VP of Tehcnology, Dr.
Ying

is
responsible for the effective deployment of hardware, database
s, and
software (both licensed and developed in
-
house) to maximize the quality of
services delivered to the ARTstor user community
.
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Plenary Session 4
:
Cloud Computing and the Data Center of the Future



“Smarter Public Safety”

Dr. Chiao
-
Fe Sheu


STSM, IB
M Research

Chief Technologist, GTS Physical Security Service

IBM T. J. Watson Research Center

(
國際商業機器公司華生研究中心徐秋風博士
)




BIOGRAPHY


Dr. Chiao
-
Fe Shu has received his Ph.D. from Computer Science and
Engine
ering Department of University
of Michigan in 1993. He is an expert
architect, programmer, and researcher with over 16 years of industrial
experien
ce. He has co
-
founded Virage Inc. in 1994. His reseach and
development covers the areas of Visual Computing, Multimedia Indexing
and Retrieval, and Surveillance Video Analytics and Systems. Since co
-
founded Virage, he focused on developing viable commercia
l applications
based on Content
-
Based Retrieval technology. They included Stock Photo
Image System, Trademark Search System, Image Informatics System, Audio/Video
Indexing/Retrieval System. The image informtics application developed by him has led to
anoth
er well
-
funded private company called Scimagix.


Dr. Chiao
-
Fe Shu has published extensively in his research areas and owns 14 US
patents. Dr.
Chiao
-
Fe Shu also
has solid software product development and management experience
through all phases of developm
ent cycle. He joined IBM Research in 2004 and led a successful
commercialization of Smart Video Surveillance Systems. He is currently on an assignment from
Research as the CTO for IBM GTS Phy
sical Security Service to lead
Advanced Video Analytics
Research
and Development, Cloud Computing for Public Safety, and Strategy for Smarter
Public Safety for Smarter Cities.

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Plenary Session 4
:
Cloud Computing and the Data Center of the Future



“High Performance Computing Cloud”

Dr. Zon
-
Yin Shae


Research Staff Me
mber

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

(
國際商業機器公司華生研究中心薛榮銀博士
)




BIOGRAPHY



Dr. Zon
-
Yin Shae is a Research Staff Member with the IBM T. J. Watson
Research Center, Yorktown Heights, New York since 1989. He

had
published numerous papers and held more than 40 patents in the areas
of SIP/VoIP con
verged networks, multimedia, distributed and parallel
processing, high performance computing, cloud, and services computing.
He was a pioneer in multimedia data processing and streaming. He got
IBM research award for recognizing his first of kind work on

massive real
time broadcasting and streaming of Atlanta City Olympic events worldwide
across Internet. Dr. Shae

has been a member of the IBM SIP task force to
define a strategic position and promote the awareness of future critical role of SIP/VoIP in th
e
voice/data converged network to the IBM business.
He was an active member and IBM
representative of H323 and MPEG international standard group.


His current research is on designing a high performance computing (HPC) cloud system by
transforming IBM Bl
ue Gene (BG) resources into an
easily accessible and consumable

cloud
environment with a HPC cloud management layer to cloudify BG
and accelerate the
commercialization of BG for the adoption of scientific application research community into
commercial spac
e. The cloud enablement layer provides a resource management mechanism to
enable scalable social aware resource reservation and scheduling for the HPC resources which
won 2011 IEEE SCALE challenge award. He is also working on the network virtualization o
f a
cloud environment in data center to support friendly migration of applications to cloud.
Enterprise applications can have a large number of related servers running on the enterprise
infrastructure and rely on services from network. A layer of network
virtualization is required
in the cloud to mediate the network differences between source and target system to speed up
the application migration process.
Dr. Shae received his B.A. and M.S. in electronic engineering
from National Chiao
-
Tung University, Ta
iwan, and his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from
University of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia, USA, in 1989 and joined

IBM Watson Research
since then. He took one year sabbatical leave from IBM to National Chiao
-
Tung University
Taiwan as visiting professor at 1996. He is an IEEE senior member.