Prof. Huey-Jen Jenny Su
Chairperson, SATU Presidents’ Forum
President, National Cheng Kung University (NCKU)
Dr. Huey-Jen Jenny Su is currently a Distinguished Professor of Environmental Health at the National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) in Taiwan. Her research efforts have primarily focused on the topic of air pollution related health effects, with a particular emphasis on the rising global concerns with airborne microbial hazards. She was also an expert member of the committee that prepared the World Health Organization’s report concerning guidelines for biological agents in the indoor environment.
In 2015, Dr. Su became the first female President in the 85 year history of NCKU. She was honored by her alma mater with the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health’s 2017 Leadership Award in Public Health Practice, which recognizes a graduate who has been an outstanding example of effective leadership in the practice of public health. Moreover, Dr. Su was cited for her outstanding leadership among the top 100 award-winning researchers, academics, and innovators, and leaders in the 2018 edition of the Asian Scientist Magazine. She also received the 2017 Outstanding Research Award from the Ministry of Science and Technology in Taiwan. She was cited one of the 10 “Science Stars of East Asia” for her indoor air pollution by leading journal Nature. And Dr. Su was awarded the Outstanding Professional Award of 2022 Global Corporate Sustainability Award (GCSA).
Prof. Mark Lundstrom
Interim Dean, College of Engineering
Don and Carol Scifres Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Special Advisor on Microelectronics to Executive Vice President of Purdue University for Strategic Initiatives
Mark Lundstrom is the Don and Carol Scifres Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University. He currently serves as Interim Dean of Engineering and in 2020 served as Acting Dean of Engineering. Lundstrom is also spearheading the college’s new microelectronics economic and workforce development initiatives and is a Senior Research Fellow for the Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy.
Lundstrom earned his BEE and MSEE degrees from the University of Minnesota in 1973 and 1974 and began his career as an integrated circuit process development and manufacturing engineer. He earned his PhD at Purdue in 1980 for research on interdigitated back contact silicon solar cells, which are currently the highest efficiency solar cells manufactured in the U.S. He has been on the Purdue faculty since 1980 where his research and teaching have focused on the physics, modeling, and simulation of semiconductor devices and is known best for his work on the scaling limits of MOSFETs, which supported the design and manufacturing of transistors at the 10 nanometer length scale. Beginning in 1995, before the term “cloud computing” entered the vocabulary. Lundstrom founded nanoHUB (https://nanohub.org/), which for the past 25 years has offered online access to sophisticated electronic device simulation tools. The nanoHUB was also one of the very first to offer open-content educational resources and now serves a global community of more than two million annually.
Among Lundstrom’s recognitions for his career contributions to microelectronics research and education are the Semiconductor Industry Association’s University Researcher Award, the Semiconductor Research Corporation’s Aristotle Award, the IEEE’s Cledo Brunetti Award, and the IEEE’s Leon K. Kirchmayer Graduate Teaching Award. He is a Life Fellow of the IEEE and a Fellow of the APS and the AAAS and was elected to the U.S. National Academy of Engineering for “For leadership in microelectronics and nanoelectronics through research, innovative education, and unique applications of cyberinfrastructure”.
Prof. Jiun Haw Lee
Associate Vice President for International Affairs
National Taiwan University
Prof. Dr. Neung Teaumroong
Acting Vice Rector for Research and Technology Development
Suranaree University of Technology
Professor Dr. Neung Teaumroong is currently the Acting Vice Rector for Research and Technology Development and the Dean of the Institute of Agricultural Technology, Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand. He received his doctoral degree (Dr.rer.nat) in Microbiology and Molecular Biology from the University of Innsbruck, Austria, and Diploma in Microbiology and Biotechnology from the University of Tokyo, Japan. He was awarded the outstanding alumni in science from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, where he obtained his Master of Science degree in Industrial Microbiology. He received the outstanding researcher 2020 award at SUT and the Most Valuable Paper of the Year Award 2020 (MVP 2020) from the Microbes and Environments Journal by the Japan Society of Microbial Ecology. He has published over 90 international journals and has a H-index of 21 in 2021. He holds several patents and has served on the editorial board for various journals, and professional national subcommittees on biosafety, microbiology, crop biology and organic agriculture.
Prof. Su Dinh Thanh
University of Economics, Ho Chi Minh City
Professor Su Dinh Thanh has more than 30 years of experience at the University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (UEH), and currently acts as the University President, term 2020 - 2025. Prior to his appointment as President, Professor Su was the Editor-in-Chief of UEH Journal of Asian Business and Economics Studies (JABES), and held various roles, including UEH Lecturer, Program Director, Dean of the School of Public Finance at UEH. He was granted the titles Associate Professor in 2005 and Professor in 2015.
Prof. Ching-Ping Tang
Vice President for International Cooperation
National Chengchi University
Ching-Ping Tang, a Ph.D. from USC, is now a Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Vice President for International Cooperation, and Director of the University Outreach Office at National Chengchi University (in Taiwan). As a public intellectual, he has long trained public officers at different levels of government, served in ad hoc governmental committees for independent decisions, and offered consultation opinions for non-governmental or civil organizations. As a scholar, he transgressed disciplinary boundaries to get innovative ideas for theory building and published works in rigorous journals of different fields, including sociological/anthropological, environmental, developmental, and political Journals. In recent years, he adventured in the engaged scholarship in which he trained students and local entrepreneurs to promote just development in the neighboring communities of the campus. This led to innovations and experiments in liberal arts education.
Prof. Danilo Concepción
University of the Philippines
Prof. Bok Min Goi
Vice President of Internationalization and Academic Development
Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman
Ir. Prof. Dr. Bok-Min Goi received his B.Eng degree from University of Malaya (UM) in 1998, and the M.Eng.Sc and PhD degrees from Multimedia University (MMU), Malaysia in 2002 and 2006, respectively. He is now the Vice President and a senior professor in the Lee Kong Chian Faculty of Engineering and Science, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia. Ir. Prof. Dr. Goi was also the General Chair for ProvSec 2010 and CANS 2010, Honored Chair for ISPEC 2019, Programme Chair for IEEE-STUDENT 2012 , Cryptology 2014-2016, ICDSP 2019-2022 and the TPC members for many crypto/security conferences. He was elected as Fellow of the ASEAN Academy of Engineering & Technology (AAET) and Academy of Science Malaysia Fellow in 2015 and 2018, respectively. His research interests include cryptology, information security & biometrics, digital watermarking and embedded systems design. Prof. Goi is a senior member of the IEEE and corporate member of the Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM).
Dr. Rafael Cabredo
College of Computer Studies, De La Salle University
Prof. Setiyo Gunawan
ITS Halal Study Center, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS)
Prof. Hua-Fu Hsu
Dean of International Affairs
National Chung Cheng University