Seminar in Information Systems and Applications

ISA 565100 -- Spring 2009

Wednesday 13:30-15:00
236 CS Building

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Instructor: Hwann-Tzong Chen

740 CS Building
Office hours: by appointment, or just stop by
Teaching Assistant: 徐煙清 Tony
g9765537 [at]
carlheldernt [at]


Date Speaker Title Materials
2/25 Dr. Kuang-Chih Lee
Senior Scientist, digitalPersona
Representing the Appearances of Human Faces for Recognition Abstract
3/4 ISA Students Student Presentations [In English] -
3/11 ISA Students Student Presentations [In English] -
3/18 Chen, Ruey-Lin
Philosophy Department
National Chung Cheng University
Logic and Philosophy of Science [In English] Presentation Slides
3/25 Prof. Wen-Chieh (Steve) Lin
Department of Computer Science
National Chiao-Tung University
Translucent Rendering and Stylized Rendering [In English] -
4/1 No Seminar Spring Break -
4/8 Dr. Yi-Ta Wu (吳易達)
Information and Communicatons Research Laboratories (ICL)
The Novel Viewpoints in Image Segmentation [In English] Abstract

Presentation Slides
4/15 HTC Visit to HTC Schedule
4/22 Prof. Jason Jen-Yen Chen
National Central University
myAgile: An Agile Method that Enhances Extreme Programming Abstract
Agile Method
4/29 Prof. 陳慈幸
Department and Graduate Institute of Criminology
National Chung Cheng University
電子監控於犯罪型態的運用 -
5/6 No Seminar. Rescheduled for visiting Yahoo. We will have a visit to Yahoo on 5/15 -
5/13 Prof Jenn-Jier (James) Lien
Dept. Computer Science and Information Engineering
National Cheng Kung University
Introduction to Intelligent Vision Systems and Its Applications -
5/20 ISA Students International Students Activity -
5/27 Prof. Jichiang Tsai
Department of Electrical Engineering
National Chung Hsing University
蔡智強 教授, 國立中興大學電機系
Achieving Consensus with Unknown Participants -
6/3 Janus
資訊時代的紫微命理新風貌 -
6/10 Prof. Kun-chan Lan
Dept. Computer Science and Information Engineering
National Cheng Kung University
Introduction to Vehicular Network [In English] -
6/17 ISA Faculty Panel Discussion -


Presentation 20%
Term paper 20%
Participation 60%