現任國立成功大學資訊工程研究所特聘教授兼數位生活科技研發中心主任，曾任行政院科技會報委員暨執行秘書、資訊工業策進會董事長、國科會工程科技推展中心主任及資訊學門Ⅱ召集人、教育部電子計算機中心主任、人工智慧學會理事長、國立政治大學理學院院長，其專長包括人工智慧、物聯網與雲端運算等，長期投入數位創新與數位平權教學研究及政策規劃與推動，強調開放式創新文化及活躍網路社會。Professor Yau-Hwang Kuo is currently a distinguished professor of Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering and Director of Center for Research of E-life Digital Technology at National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. In his career, he is persistently active in the academia, education, and government policy planning of digital innovation and digital equality. He has served as Executive Secretary of Board of Science and Technology, Executive Yuan (Cabinet), Board Chairman of Institute for Information Industry, Director of Engineering & Technology Promotion Center and Director of Computer Science and Information Engineering Program in National Science Council, Director of Computer Center in the Ministry of Education, President of Taiwanese Artificial Intelligence Association, and Dean of College of Science at National Chengchi University, Taiwan. His research topics include AI, IoT, and cloud computing.
現任國立台灣大學社會學系特聘教授，曾任行政院國家科學委員會人文及社會科學處處長、台灣社會學會理事長。研究專長包括都市社會學、科技與民主、社會創新與社會設計、經濟社會學。長期投入科技與民主、青年世代社會創新、地方社會的工作。Professor Dung-sheng Chen is currently a distinguished professor of Department of Sociology at National Taiwan University, Taiwan. In his career, he has been involving in basic research, social innovation, deliberative democracy and government policy planning in education, labor, social welfare. He was Director-General of Department of Humanity and Social Sciences, National Science Council and President of Taiwanese Sociological Association. His research interests include science, technology, and democracy; social innovations and social design; economic sociology, and economic sociology.
現任國立臺南大學資訊工程學系教授。曾於2006/2至2011/7擔任電算中心主任及2011/1至2015/7擔任研發長，並於2009年榮獲「教育部98學年度資訊教育及臺灣學術網路傑出貢獻人員」。此外，在研發長任內辦理100年度大學校務評鑑業務，並協助教育部處理台南啟聰學校（南大附聰）性平事件及國家賠償事宜(2013/10至2015/1)，善盡USR與義務。自從2007年開始協助教育部建置國中小學攜手計畫網路平台，幫助弱勢學生及學校辦理補救教學業務。Chang-Shing Lee is currently a Professor with the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National University of Tainan (NUTN), Taiwan. He was the Director of Computer Center from February 2006 to July 2011, and Dean of Research and Development Office from January 2011 to July 2015. He also co-organized TANET 2010 (General Co-Chair) and FUZZ-IEEE 2011(Program Chair) during his Director of Computer Center term. He handled the university assessment affairs of NUTN in 2011 and assisted Ministry of Education (MOE, Taiwan) to deal with the gender equality event and state compensation of The Affiliated School for Students with Hearing Impairments of National University of Tainan (2013/10-2015/1) to implement University Social Responsibility (USR) during his Dean of RD Office term. Since Sept. 2007, he has assisted MOE to establish the platform of remedial instruction for students from elementary schools and junior high schools. In 2017, he utilized the resources of Taiwan's academic institutes and research institutes to co-invite Facebook AI Research (FAIR) Director Yann LeCun to visit Taiwan and to give public speeches in Taiwan. It is hoped to speed up Taiwan's AI industrial development and real-world applications.
Dr. Li-Chen Cheng is currently a professor of the Department of Social Work in National Taiwan University. Between 1979 and 1990, she worked as family social worker at Taipei Family Helper Project of Chinese Children’s Fund (CCF). And in 1995, she received a Ph. D. degree from the Brown School of Social Work of Washington University at St. Louis. She was once served as the dean of the Department between 2011 and 2014. In teaching, her regular instructing courses include social work with families, poverty and social work, and intervention research. Her areas of research interest include poverty issues related to female headed families, policy issues related to assets-building welfare theory and family social work. She has published several papers and book chapters on the topics. Beside her academic career, she served as secretary general and then president (a voluntary job) of the National Taiwanese Association of Professional Social Workers between 2003 and 2014.