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Chi Hung Hwang

Chi-Hung Hwang received the M.Sc. degree and the Ph.D. degree in Power Mechanical Engineering from the National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, in 1991 and 1996, respectively. Afterwards, he joined Precision Institution Development Center (PIDC) of National Science Council as an associate researcher. In 2002, he led the planning division on PIDC long-term planning. In 2003, he was elevated to be a researcher because of his achievement on system engineering of instrument.  In 2004, he engaged in reorganizing PIDC from a government subsidiary organization into one of research orientated national laboratories. Afterwards, he led the division of planning & promotion division as well as the instrumentation engineering division of Instrument Technology Research Center (ITRC) of NARL.  In 2008, he was assigned to be the deputy director general of ITRC; currently he is the chief technology officer of ITRC and he also leads applied optics division on the development of spectrum imaging system for bio- and semi-industry applications.

Instruments Technology Research Centre
I&M AdCom (2016-2019); VP Conferences (2017); Conference Committee Chair (2017); I2MTC Board of Directors (2015-2017); TC-18-Member
I2MTC Conference Chair (2016)