Faculty
Name:Chih-Yuan Yao
Department:Computer Science and Information Engineering
Office:RB501Phone:02-27376936
Email:cyuan.yao@gmail.com
Research Interest:

Computer graphics, including mesh processing and modeling, and non-photorealistic rendering (NPR).

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Name:Yu-Chi Lai
Department:Computer Science and Information Engineering
Office:E1-222-3Phone:+886-2-2730-3665
Email:cheeryuchi@gmail.com
Research Interest:

Computer Graphics, Computer Games and Computer Vision

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Name:Kai-Lung Hua
Department:Computer Science and Information Engineering
Office:E1-222-4Phone:+886-2-2730-3664
Email:hua@mail.ntust.edu.tw
Research Interest:

Digital Image and Video Processing, Computer Vision, Multimedia Networking

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Name:Da-Yuan Huang
Department:Computer Science and Information Engineering
Office:- Phone:1-603-359-1868
Email:dayuan.huang.tw@gmail.com
Research Interest:
Human-Computer Interaction, Intenet of Things Interface, and Wearable Interface. 

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Name:Shanq-Jang Ruan
Department:Electronic and Computer Engineering
Office:IB 715Phone:+886-2-2737-6411
Email:sjruan@mail.ntust.edu.tw
Research Interest:

Energey-Efficient Image Processing, Low power EDA/VLSI, Embedded Systems Design 

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Name:Chang Hong Lin
Department:Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering
Office:IB-701-1Phone:+886-2-2737-6397
Email:chlin@mail.ntust.edu.tw
Research Interest:
Real-time human action analysis, power and thermal-aware VLSI design, distributed smart cameras, service-oriented architecture, next generation computer architecture

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Research Projects
Title:Geological Data Visualization
Description:A picture say a thousand words. Human is good at interpreting data from visualizing a set of numbers instead of number itself. In this project we try to help geologists develop a system to visualize the data collected.

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Title:Non-photorealistic Chinese Painting Animation
Description:Chinese ink paintings are pervasive in Asia and some art departments in Europe, and the Americas are offering classes to teach this unique style of paintings. Historically, scholars with accomplishments in politics, literature and science learned this art, and their products depict beauty and harmony of nature through brush strokes that shape and move objects such as water. In still paintings, special techniques are employed to deliver the endless spirit and flowing sense of water, yet dynamic water movement can enhance the effect dramatically. There have been several recent developments to augment traditional static paintings with moving objects. For example, the movie titled "Moving of the Riverside Scene at Chingming Festival" received positive reviews when shown at WorldExpo 2010 (Shanghai, China). In the movie, animated characters and dynamic objects (e.g., rivers) are seamlessly blended into famous classical Chinese paintings. Those animations bring the original static painting to life. This project focuses on how to animate elements in the Chinese paintings.

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Title:Motion Capture and Camera Manipulaion
Description:Motion capture is an important technique for animation. However, it requires expensive equipment to achieve precision. This project focuses on capturing the human motion suing simple and cheap depth sensors. Furthermore, the motion of camera can be used to manipulate a virtual camera for camera planning.

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