2010 Conference

Job Title: 
Visiting Professor

Boncheol Goo received his B.A./M.A. in composition in 1992 from Chungnam National University in Korea, Diploma in computer music (advisor Robert HP Platz) in 1996 from Maastricht Conservatorium in Holland, and is currently a visiting professor of Graduate School of Culture Technology at KAIST, Korea. Goo directed several networked performances, such as 'I-M-Age' between Vancouver and Korea, 'Memory' between NYU and Korea in 2010 and 'NetBand' between Tokyo and Korea in 2009 and digital performance 'Syntasia' reported in Newsweek dated August 6, 2007.

Location

South Korea
time: 
2010-12-15 15:20 - 16:00
speaker: 
Boncheol Goo

Universally, as the technical race for the ultra-high speed network is heating up, the future internet is creating a value as a new media and its cultural usage is increasing as the society's fundamental equipment. As this ultra-high speed network is introduced into the future performance technology such as networked musical performances and transmission of 4K video in real time, the biggest two challenges that have to be solved are delay and interaction.

Job Title: 
General Manager

Chris is currently the General Manager of Hong Kong Polytechnic University's Multimedia Innovation Center research lab and M-Lab commercialization lab. He comes to the post with experience in conceptualizing, designing, developing and launching multimedia products in Asia and the world. Before joining PolyU he was the CEO of Upper Deck Asia, where he used his 20+ years in Asia (including fluently speaking, reading and writing Chinese) and 10+ years in toys, games and entertainment to oversee all aspects of the business.

Location

Hong Kong S.A.R., China
Job Title: 
Chief of Exhibition Service Division

James Quo-Ping Lin
Phone: 886-2-2882-1230 ext. 2323
jameslin@npm.gov.tw
http://npm.museum
Chief of Exhibition Service Division, National Palace Museum
Secretary General, Chinese Association of Museums
Vice President, Museum Computer Network - Taiwan

Location

Taiwan
time: 
2010-12-15 17:10 - 17:50

How the intangible cultural heritage can be expressed to create multiplied value to our assets by the appropriate technology is one of the issues that we are working with the Ministry of Culture. In July 2009, Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Science and Technology has announced the cooperation in six areas of Historical Park, Archaeology and Museum, Local Wisdom, Thai Dancing Art, Library and Archive, Contemporary Art and Culture.

Job Title: 
Assistant Executive Director

Virach Sornlertlamvanich received the D.Eng. degree from Tokyo Institute of Technology in 1998. He worked with NEC Corporation as a sub-project leader for Thai language processing in the Multi-lingual Machine Translation Project. He later founded the Linguistics and Knowledge Science Laboratory (LINKS) to conduct the research on Natural Language Processing (NLP) in the National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC) of Thailand in 1992.

Location

Thailand
time: 
2010-12-15 16:30 - 17:10
speaker: 
Keh-Jiann Chen

The integration and management of digital contents has become an important issue as the number of projects and institutions involved in the Taiwan e-Learning and Digital Archives Program (TELDAP) increases rapidly. In order to provide the best quality contents with fast retrieval, versatile displays and long-term preservation, we had established a uniform representation and search platform for multi-million digital contents through a union catalog. To diversify and refine archive exhibitions, we are designing knowledge structure and hyperlink tagging tools for TELDAP digital contents.

Job Title: 
Research Fellow

Keh-Jiann Chen obtained a B.S. in mathematics from National Cheng Kung University in 1972. He received a Ph.D. in computer science from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1981. Since then he joined the Institute of Information Science as an associate research fellow and became a research fellow in 1989. He was the deputy director of the institute from August 1991 to July 1994. 

Location

Taiwan
time: 
2010-12-15 14:40 - 15:20
speaker: 
Benjamin J. Fineman

Ben Fineman, Internet2 Real-time Collaboration Initiatives, will explore the technical details behind the execution of networked performing arts events, ranging from inexpensive and low bandwidth solutions to professional and high bandwidth technologies.

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