Invited Sessions

Service and Experience Design

Service Design can be considered as a discipline or an approach which aims at improving the quality of interaction between service provider and customer. Experience Design is focused on designing products, processes, and services etc. in order to improve the user experience. These two fields have the convergence of customer’s experience, from which the term of Service and Experience Design then emerges. In a nutshell, Service and Experience Design can be explained as a kind of practice which is the implementation of designing and improving of service process by fulfilling the customer qualia demand and thereby promoting the value of customer’s experience.

Dr. Tsen-Yao Chang, Associate Professor, Department of Creative Design, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology

Applications of Information & Management

This session is for researchers, and practitioners to share their findings, research results, and experiences that are related to the application of concurrent discovery in information & Management field. The main topics of interest include, but are not limited to theories and applications of current methodologies, practical applications, data- mining concurrent in managementmarketing and consumer behavior. and those computing implementation in the manage field.

Dr. CHANG Che Chang, Associate Professor of School of Internet Economics and Business, Fujian University of Technology, Dr. WANG C. H., School of Management, Fujian University of Technology

Integrated mechanics, materials and robotic for electromechanical integration applications

This session focuses on the topics that show the electromechanical integration Applications. The studies are related to electrical engineering such as motor design and control, the broad range of integrated micro/nano devices for biomedical applications, and robotic engineering. Both experimental and theoretical works are welcome.

Dr. Chung-Kun Yen, Department of Mechanical and Electro-Mechanical Engineering, National Sun Yat-sen University.

Applications of Concurrent Engineering in Design.

This session is for designers, researchers, and practitioners to share their findings, research results, and experiences that are related to the application of concurrent engineering in the  design domain. The main topics of interest include, but are not limited to theories and applications of current engineering, methodologies, practical applications, computer-aided concurrent engineering, product planning and scheduling, collaborative decision making, design automation, and the implementation of concurrent engineering in the design industry.

Prof. Chi-Hung Lo, Tunghai University, Prof. Hsin-Hung Lin, Asia University

Xuanzang theory

Dr. Jui-Wen Yu, Kun Shan University, Dr. Li-Chen Tsai, Kun Shan University

Advanced Optical Systems Design

The aim of this section is to bring together the recent advances in optics design. For this special issue, we invite authors to submit original researches and review articles regarding the imaging and non-imaging systems. We are particularly interested in papers describing high image quality with tiny size, three-dimension imaging, and lighting profile transformation.


Potential topics include, but are not limited to:


  • Advanced lens design
  • Wavefront coding imaging
  • Light field lens design
  • Holographic imaging
  • Three-dimension imaging
  • Medical applications
  • Vision imaging systems
  • Laser projector
  • Optimization of lens design
  • Laser beam shaping
  • Second lens design for illumination  
  • Backlight module design
Cheng-Mu Tsai, National Chung Hsing University, Graduate Institute of Precision Engineering, 145 Xingda Rd., South Dist., Taichung, Taiwan, R.O.C., 402., Yi-Chin Fang, National Kaohsiung First Univ. of Science and Technology, Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering, No. 2, Jhuoyue Rd., Nanzih District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, R.O.C., 811. , Chih-Ta Yen, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Formosa University, Yunlin County 632, Taiwan

Applications and Innovations of Intelligent Systems in Engineering.

  1. Fuzzy control systems and its applications.

  2. Intelligent computing and control theory.

  1. Systemic application of artificial intelligence.

  2. Simulation and application of electron devices.

  3. Geotechnical Engineering.

  4. Simulation and design of integrated circuits.

  5. Communication system and the related application for the IoT.

  6. Big data and data mining analysis.

  7. Materials engineering and its applications.

  8. Solid thin films by electrochemical methods.

  9. Reliability analysis.

  10. Information technology educations.

  11. Others related to applications and innovations of intelligent systems.

Prof. Chin-Tan Lee, Department of Electronic Engineering, National Quemoy University, Prof. Ko-Wei Weng, Department of Electronic Engineering, National Quemoy University

Novel Technology for Electronic Materials, Devices, and Systems

New electronic applications such as artificial intelligent (AI), internet-of-thing (IoT), deep learning, wearable electronics, and smart grids etc., draw a lot of attention because of their impressive functions and highly potential to affect our future life. On the demand of these new electronic applications, it is necessary to develop new technologies for electronic materials, devices, and systems. This session provides a forum to share, discuss, and exchange new ideas about these topics. The topics of papers related to the following fields are highly welcomed, but not limited to.
--Materials & Devices for new applications
--Integrated circuit design & architecture for new applications
--Smart power system
--Smart sensors
--Other new technologies

Han-Yin Liu, Department of Electronic Engineering, Feng Chia University, Yu-Liang Hsu, Department of Automatic Control Engineering, Feng Chia University