Sustaining Success in Today’s Competition
10:10 ~ 12:00 @ GIS Conference Hall(temporality)
Dr. Jau-Hsiung Huang founded CyberLink Corp. in 1996, with a focus on the development of digital video and Internet technologies. His vision and passion has propelled Cyberlink to grow from a small company to an award-winning global brand. As Chairman, he also leads a dynamic and award-winning product team that consists of top-notch product managers, software developers and testing engineers to deliver innovative products.
Jau earned his Ph.D. in computer science at UCLA and went on to become a professor in the Computer Science and Information Engineering department of National Taiwan University (NTU). During his professorship at NTU, he published numerous papers in computer network protocols and distributed multimedia systems. He is currently an adjunct Professor at NTU and frequent lecturer on digital discourse and technological innovation.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Dr. Huang is the speaker of the opening speech.
Prof. Gunter Pauli is an established entrepreneur. After he created 12 companies in 12 years (2 failed) he decided to focus on designing business models that are truly sustainable, social and highly competitive. Inspired by the need to address climate change before it was an issue, he set out in 1994 to imagine products and services that respond to the basic needs, while generating jobs, build social capital and create value added using what is locally available. With nearly 200 projects implemented, he summarized his findings into the best-selling book THE BLUE ECONOMY. Pauli has written 19 books and 104 children fables. He serves on the board of several innovative companies. He is father of 5 children.
It is not possible that the purpose of our economy is to produce junk at low cost, while burdening society with externalities. It is not possible that what is good for health and the environment is expensive. The Blue Economy goes beyond the green economy. The driving force of this shift is the design of innovative business models. Whereas breakthroughs in technology and product design are important, key to shifting society towards sustainability while uplifting the bottom of the pyramid are important, key is a change in the business model going beyond the core business core competence management philosophy that has dominated economics for the past half century.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Prof. Gunter Pauli is the speaker of the ending keynote speech.
Dr. Hsiao-Wei Yuan, Dean for International Affairs and Professor of School of Forestry and Resource Conservation, National Taiwan University, began teaching at NTU in 1993 after earning an MS in Zoology from National Taiwan University (1986) and a PhD in Natural Resources from Cornell University, New York (1993). Over the course of her career, she has produced many publications within her professional field, in which she sustains a lifelong interest. She teaches Bird Ecology and Conservation, Wildlife Ecology, Wildlife Habitat and Wildlife Management. With her graduate students, Dr. Yuan conducts research on the ecology of a variety of birds, such as the cooperative breeding of Taiwan Yuhinas, duet behavior of Steere’s Babblers, habitat selection of Blue-tailed Bee-eaters, and ecology of Chinese Crested Tern, Malaysian Night Herons, and Sacred Ibis etc. Dr. Yuan also has involved in the restoration and improvement of the Wu-Wei Harbor wildlife refuge in Ilan County and development of the educational program at the Chi-Shan Hill Cultural and Historical Park and Sitou Education Center.
Dr. Yuan frequently gives talks to the general public in the hope that more people will come to understand, appreciate and conserve wildlife. She received the award of “Contribution to the Forestry & Nature Conservation” from the Council of Agriculture, Taiwan, in 2012. In 2008-2009, she served as Chief Executive Officer of the Foundation for International Cooperation in Higher Education of Taiwan. In 2010-11, she was Vice President of Asia-Pacific Association for International Education (APAIE) 2011 Conference and Exhibition Planning. She has developed a keen interest in the internationalisation of higher education and works actively to foster interactions and cooperation in education. Dr. Yuan has frequently participated in international educators’ meetings and is very knowledgeable in the strengths and weaknesses of Asian students in learning and research.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Prof.Yuan is a speaker in workshop A.
With the omnipotent internet becoming an everyday life experience on this globe, this world is essentially “flattened”, i.e., the playing field of acquiring knowledge and technology know-how is pretty much leveled. As a result, the young generation is facing a world of global competition for career development. This talk and discussion will seek to address this issue by pointing out things that young students need to learn well, so as to prepare themselves for a growingly competitive world and to become responsible global citizens.
Dr. Tien-Hsien Chang is an Associate Research Fellow at the Genomics Research Center, Academia Sinica. His research focuses on understanding the mechanistic details of the gene expression pathway, especially regarding how a group of enzymes, called the “DExD/H-box proteins”, remodel the spliceosome, an amazing cellular machine consisting of hundreds of proteins and five RNAs. Dr. Chang is also intensively interested in re-shaping the graduate-school education in Taiwan and is a highly popular speaker who has given numerous talks on this topic in essentially all major Taiwan universities. Dr. Chang was twice awarded for teaching excellence by the Ohio State University, where he served as a tenured faculty member in the Department of Molecular Genetics before returning to Taiwan.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Prof.Yuan is a speaker in workshop A.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Dr. Yang is a speaker in keynote forum A.
Professor Peng currently is the Professor of Graduate Institute of Journalism of National Taiwan University and the Director of Center for Hakka Studies. He received a bachelor’s degree in Bio-industrial Communication and Development from National Taiwan University in 1985, and M.A. in Public Policy and Administration in 1990 and the Ph.D. in Journalism and Mass Communications from University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1995.
Professor Peng is also the founder of 31SMS, which has developed a mobile app providing most update information regarding media, entertainment, fashion, sports, and technology.
Besides, he is the Board Member and Director of Taiwan Broadcasting System(TBS), which is the biggest TV network in Taiwan. TBS contains five TV channels including Taiwan Public Television Service Foundation and Chinese Television System.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Yee-Ming Chang is a speaker in keynote forum B.
Yee-Ming Chang is currently the chief strategy officer of PakLee Foundation, chaired by Dr. PakLee Lam, founder of Quanta Computer Group. Mr. Chang works on the Future Media Lab Project, which focuses on the innovative impacts of internet technology on media, education, and the public sectors. The Future Media Lab seeks to build up a digital public sphere, engaging dialogues with media, internet industries, universities, public instates, and citizens. Prior to the current post, Mr. Chang has been working with the traditional media industry for 20 years. Mr. Chang holds a BA in English Literature, MA in Communication Studies. He's been a PH.D candidate at Northwestern University.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Yee-Ming Chang is a speaker in keynote forum B.
Born in Taipei, Taiwan. Hsu received B.S. degree in Chemistry, National Taiwan University, and Ph.D in Chemistry, University of Pittsburgh, USA. After graduation, Hsu worked at the NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory as post-doctor for one year in Pasadena, California, USA. Since spring 1988, Hsu joined the faculty of Department of Atmospheric Sciences, National Taiwan University, and became Professor since 1995. Major academic interests are focused on atmospheric chemistry and Air Pollution.
Began as a academic consultant to environmental groups in the early 90s on the possible transport of pollutants from nuclear power plant, Hsu become more and more involved in environmental activities. Since 1994, she has been active in Taiwan Environmental Protection Union (TEPU), major environmental NGOs in Taiwan. Her interests move from sciences towards policy making over the years. Activities involved include anti-nuclear movement, climate change, air pollution, and waste management. Being felt lack of enough knowledge in policy analysis, she went to earn a Master in Public Administration (MPA) from Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University at 2003, concentrated on energy and environmental policy analysis. During past decade, she has served many official committees, including national and local Environmental Impact Assessment Committees, National Sustainable Development Committee, and Renewable Energy Rate Committee.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Prof. Hsu is a speaker in workshop A.
Chu-cheng Ming received his Ph.D from the University of Notre Dame. He is currently Professor of Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University. He has served as the Department Chairman from 1999-2003 and as the President of the Chinese Association for Political Science from 2001-2003. His research interests include international politics, PRC politics, PRC foreign policy, cross-Taiwan Strait relations and US foreign policy, and he writes extensively in these fields. Dr. Ming served as a visiting scholar at the Keio University, Tokyo from June to August 2004, and at the Sigur Center, George Washington University from November 2004 to January 2005. He recently finished a book entitled ‘’The Emerging Pax Americana: International Politics in the Post-Cold War World.’’ In addition to academic work, he has been actively involving in policy consultation with the ROC Government in areas like cross-Taiwan Strait relations, PRC’s domestic politics and its foreign policy, and US policy toward both Taipei and Beijing.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Prof. Ming is a speaker in workshop A.
Yu-Shan Wu is distinguished research fellow and director of the Institute of Political Science at Academia Sinica, Taiwan, ROC. He is also a jointly appointed professor at the Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University (NTU). He was convener of political science at the National Science Council (NSC) in Taiwan and Secretary General of the Chinese Political Science Association (Taipei). Among the many academic awards he received are the Outstanding Researcher Award (NSC), Lifetime Academic Award (Ministry of Education), Distinguished Research Award (NSC, three-time recipient), and Outstanding Teaching Award (NTU). His major interests are in political and economic transitions in former socialist countries, democratic consolidation and constitutional engineering in nascent democracies, and theories of cross Taiwan Strait relations. He is a leading figure in the study of comparative semi-presidentialism and theorization of cross-Strait research in Taiwan. His area focuses are Taiwan, mainland China, Eastern Europe and Russia. He has authored and edited fourteen books and published more than 100 journal articles and book chapters. His most recent books are Semi-Presidentialism and Democracy (co-edited with Robert Elgie and Sophia Moestrup, 2011), In Search of China’s Development Model: Beyond the Beijing Consensus (co-edited with S. Philip Hsu and Suisheng Zhao, 2011), and Where is Power? Semi-presidentialism in Multiple Perspectives (co-edited with Yu-chung Shen, 2012).
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Prof. Wu is a speaker in keynote forum B.
Dr. Chung-Ho Wang is the Research Fellow of Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica. His specialty covers Isotope Hydrology, Climate and Environment Changes in Taiwan. He graduated from University of Hawaii with Ph.D. degree in Marine Geology and Geophysics in 1984. He has joined the faculty of Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica since then. He also held adjunct teaching jobs in National Taiwan University (Global Change Center), National Chengchi University (Center of General Education) and National Central University (Institute of Hydrological and Oceanic Sciences).
Professor Way Kuo is President and University Distinguished Professor of City University of Hong Kong. He is a pioneer in designing and modeling reliability of electronics systems at the infant stage. His early work, Optimal Reliability Design, is deemed a classic in reliability research. Professor Kuo is renowned for his work in designing reliability of electronics systems and nuclear energy and has made breakthroughs in nano reliability research. He is also well respected for promoting higher education with an emphasis on its relevance to societal needs and problem-driven research.
Professor Kuo is a member of the US National Academy of Engineering, a member of Academia Sinica, Taiwan, and a foreign member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. He received the B.S. degree in Nuclear Engineering from National Tsing-Hua University in Taiwan in 1972, and the Ph.D. degree in Engineering from Kansas State University in 1980.
Previously, he served on the senior management team of Oak Ridge National Laboratory and as the Dean of Engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and he was the holder of the Wisenbaker Chair in Innovation at Texas A&M University.
Professor Kuo is the author and co-author of nine books on reliability, education and nuclear safety. He serves as Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Transactions on Reliability.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Prof. Kuo is a speaker in keynote forum A.
Yi Jo-lan is Associate Professor of History at National Taiwan University. Her research interest is mainly in Chinese women’s history and historiography (from the 14th to the18th century). She is the author of San-Gu-Liu-Po(Three Aunties and Six Grannies）: A Probe into Women and Society in Ming China (2002) and Historiography and Gender: Ming Shi Lie-Nü Zhuan（The Biography of Women in the Ming History）and the Construction of Women’s History in Late Imperial China (2011).
In GIS Taiwan 2013,Li-Kuo Chen is a speaker in workshop B
In GIS Taiwan 2013,Li-Kuo Chen is a speaker in workshop B
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Prof. Kuo is a speaker in workshop A.
Daigee Shaw, Research Fellow at the Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica, specialized in economic analysis and policy analysis related to natural resources, environmental quality, and sustainability issues. Dr. Shaw was President of Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research from 2006-2011. He currently is serving as President of the East Asian Association of Environmental and Resource Economics, and President of the Chinese Regional Science Association-Taiwan. Currently, he teaches environmental economics at National Taipei University and National Cheng-Chi University in Taiwan, and Xi'an Jiaotong University in China. Dr. Shaw has published many articles in a number of professional journals, including American Economic Review, Journal of Econometrics, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, Natural Hazards, Energy Policy, and Risk Analysis. Dr. Shaw won the Ministry of Education Academic Award for Distinguished Scholarship in 1995. He received his Ph.D. in resource policy, economics and management from the University of Michigan in 1985.
Tale of three islands: How to transition to a sustainable future in the face of contemporary Malthusian Traps?
The high growth of global population and economic development during the 19th and 20th centuries highly depend on such low-hanging fruit as the rich and cheap natural resources, energy, and human resource, and technological breakthroughs. However, what we have witnessed in the 21st century is highly volatile and expensive natural resources and energy, and ineffective macroeconomic stimulus policies. It is because we have facing some important ‘Malthusian constraints’: environmental resources, climate change and technological breakthroughs of decreasing marginal return and increasing marginal costs. The purpose of this talk is to discuss how to transition the present unsustainable socio-economic system to be a more sustainable one.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Prof. Daigee Shaw a speaker in Closing Speech.
Dr. Frederick F. Chien (錢復), former Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Taiwan (R.O.C), is currently the chairman of Cathay Life Charity Foundation (國泰人壽慈善基金會). As a PhD of Philosophy and International Affairs, Yale, Dr. Chien had served in the diplomatic field of Taiwan for almost 40 years. Throughout the diplomatic history between Taiwan and the U.S., Dr. Chien was definitely one of the most influential politicians involved.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Dr. Frederick F. Chieno is a speaker in Keynote Forum .
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Victor Shen is a speaker in Workshop A.
Dr. Tzong-Ho Bau is Professor of Department of Political Science at National Taiwan University. He graduated from NTU Department of Political Science in 1974 and received a Ph. D. from University of Texas at Austin in 1986.
Dr. Bau has been a faculty of National Taiwan University since 1986. During his career at NTU, he served on a number of committees and in a variety of administrative positions including Vice President for administrative affairs, Dean of the College of Social Sciences, Chairman of the Department of Political Science. He established the Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences in 2005 and served as the founding Dean from October 2005 to March 2008.
On the basis of the agreement between European Commission and the NTU, Dr. Bau established the European Union Centre in Taiwan in 2009 and was appointed as the founding Director General of the Centre till March 2011.
Dr. Bau is now the director of the Centre for Public Policy and Law at National Taiwan University. He has been serving as the Vice-Chairman of the Cross-Strait Interflow Prospect Foundation since 2009. He is now the President of the ROC Association of International Relations. He was the President of Chinese Association of Political Science (Taipei) from 1993 to 1995. He was also the director of the Taiwan International Cooperation and Development Foundation and director of the Straits Exchange Foundation from 2008 to 2011. He was the trustee of the Foundation on Asia-Pacific Peace Studies from 2008 to 2009, trustee of the Foundation on International and Cross-strait Studies from 2007 to 2008, trustee and convener of European and American Studies Program of the Foundation on International and Cross-strait Studies from 2000 to 2006, consultant member of the Mainland Affairs Council of The Executive Yuan from 2000 to 2002.
Dr. Bau’s major interests are in world politics, the international relations theory, foreign policy decision-making, international conflicts, US foreign policy, US diplomatic history, game theory and Cross-strait relations.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Dr. Tzong-Ho Bau is a Host in Keynote forum.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Dr. Chan-Yen Chang is a Speaker in Workshop A .
Dr. Ko-Yang Wang is the Executive Vice President for the Institute for Information Industry (III). He is responsible for business/IT strategy, industry partnership, and business development, as well as technology differentiations. He is serving on the board of directors of International Integrated Systems Inc. (IISI), Trinity Investment Corporation and MAPECT (Taiwan M&A and Private Equity Council). Prior to his current position, he was the Business Process Management (BPM) Practice Leader and Partner for IBM Global Business Services and an IBM Distinguished Engineer and a member of the IBM Academy of Technology. From 2007 - 2009, he was the CTO for the Enterprise Integration Practice and the Industrial Sector of IBM Global Business Services. He led the BPM and Lombardi initiatives in the Business Performance and Service Optimization (BPSO) Center of Excellence and the SOA for Packaged Applications Initiatives in the IBM Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Center of Excellence.
Dr. Wang specializes in business development, business process and performance management and transformation, enterprise integration, enterprise architecture, SOA for SAP/Oracle, product life cycle management (PLM), enterprise service bus (ESB), web services, real-time event processing, enterprise portals, innovation management, and asset reuse and knowledge management. His more than 20 years of professional experience includes work with clients in the automotive, chemical & petroleum, electronics, financial, insurance, government, pharmaceutical, and telecom industries. He led engagement teams to develop BPM and integration strategy and architecture, and to implement SAP/Oracle legacy integration leveraging SOA. He recently led teams that developed service offerings such as: BPM Strategy and Governance Services, BPM Implementation Services, AIS Enablement Services for Smarter PLM, Smarter Information Management for PLM, Engineering Visibility, Control and Collaboration, Smarter Enterprise Integration for SAP/Oracle Centric Enterprises, and Integration Strategy and Hybrid Architecture Diagnosis.
Dr. Wang received his Ph.D. and M.S. in Computer Science from Purdue University, and an M.S. and B.S. in Math from Tsing-Hua University in Taiwan.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Dr.Wang is a speaker in Delegates Presentation.
Prof. Min-Liang Kuo is the dean and professor of National Taiwan University of College of Life Science and has been appointed Distinguished Professor of National Taiwan University in 2008. Serve the post of director General at Department of Life Sciences of National Science Council in 2009-2012. Prof. Kuo is dedicated to the research of tumor progression for more than 20 years in Taiwan and his team was one of the research groups of The International Center of excellence in Cancer Research. His remarkable research has won him numerous awards and honors, including 52th Academic Awards, Recognized by Ministry of Education Department.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Prof. Min-Liang Kuo is a Host in Keynote forum.
Severia Lu is a registered Taiwan lawyer currently working at Wild at Heart Legal Defense Association, specializing in environment and land legal issues. She is also the Executive Director of Taiwan Alliance to Promote Civil Partnership Rights, devoting herself in marriage and family equality for LGBT groups in Taiwan.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Prof. Min-Liang Kuo is a speaker in Workshop B.
Snow H. Tseng received a B.S. degree in physics from National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, in 1994, M.S. degree in physics from University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, in 1997, and Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering at Northwestern University, Evanston, IL in 2005. In 2004, he was awarded the Outstanding Poster Presentation Award of the Gordon Research Conference of Lasers in Medicine and Biology; next year, he was awarded the Best Student Paper Award of the American Society of Lasers in Medicine and Surgery. To expand his horizon, he interned at various institutes, including: Northrop Grumman (aerospace and defense technology company), Sony headquarter in Tokyo (Interaction Laboratory), and Lawrence-Livermore National Laboratory, USA. He became an assistant professor at the Graduate Institute of Photonics and Optoelectronics of National Taiwan University in February 2006, and later promoted to associate professor in 2010. His research interests include optical interactions with biological tissues and electromagnetic wave propagation in random media. In addition to research, he is devoted to inspiring young students.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Prof. Snow H. Tseng is a speaker in Workshop A for highschool .
Dr. I-Chien (IC) Jan is a Co-founder and Partner at appWorks Ventures, a Super Angel Fund located in Taipei, Taiwan with a focus on the consumer internet space. AppWorks runs an innovative incubator program, inspired by Y-Combinator, that has helped more than 150 startups, including Richi, 2011 Red Herring Global Tech 100 winner, and EZTABLE, the leading online-to-offline service provider in Taiwan.
Before joining appWorks, Dr. Jan was VP & Acting CEO at ARDIC Instruments Co., an technology transformation and commercialization platfom to offer pipelines of analytical instruments for educational, research, and industrial applications in nanotechnology. Before joining ARDIC, he was a Director of Development Dept. at Chang-Yu Technology (CYT) and Vice President at OTO Science, as key member leading teams focus on miniature optical spectrometer based on MEMS technology.
Before joining OTO, Dr. Jan has worked for three kinds of VCs include independent VC, Banking VC and corporate VC in Taiwan. My investment targets and post management experiences include Medical Device, Pharmaceutics, Opto-Electronics, Mobile/Wireless, e-Business and Alternative Energy.
Dr. Jan received his doctoral degree in Engineering from National Taiwan University (2004) and a MBA in Intellectual Property from National Chengchi University (2009).
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Dr. I-Chien Jan is a speaker in Workshop B .
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Harris Cheng is a speaker in Workshop B .
Dr. Chen currently teaches at the Graduate Institute of International Affairs and Strategic Studies at Tamkang University. He was one of the Senior Advisors of Taiwan’s National Security Council (NSC) 2006-2008. Prior to that post, he served as Principle Staff of two Vice Defense Ministers, Michael M. Tsai and Henry C. Ko respectively (2004-06), and NSC’s Associate Research Staff (2003-04).
As a member of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), Dr. Chen served as Congressional Assistant to former Legislator Michael M. Tsai from 1996 until 1999. During that period, he deeply involved in the legislation of the National Defense Law, which till now profoundly influences on Taiwan’s military establishment. Dr. Chen drafted many DPP’s defense policy platforms including most recent ones, DPP defense Policy Blue Papers. Currently, he is the convener of national security advisory team in DPP’s China Affairs Committee and the convener of Defense Policy Advisory Committee in DPP’s think tank, New Frontier Foundation.
Dr. Chen holds a MA degree (1997) from the Graduate Institute of International Affairs and Strategic Studies, Tamkang University, Taiwan and a PhD degree (2005) from the Department of Politics and International Relations, Lancaster University, UK. He published some forty articles on Taiwan’s military strategy, defense organization, and civil-military relations.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Dr. York W. Chen is a speaker in Workshop B .
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Delegate of Taiwan Special Interest Group (Taiwan SIG) is a speaker in Workshop B .
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Delegate of Taiwan Special Interest Group (Taiwan SIG) is a speaker in Workshop B .
Howard Kuo is the Leader of Tax & Legal Services of PwC Taiwan and acts as a member of Leadership team. Joined PwC Taiwan from 1986, he became a partner in Assurance Services, and subsequently joined Tax and Legal Services in 2003. Howard obtained his Bachelor of Art in Accounting from National Chung Hsing University and EMBA in Accounting from National Taiwan University. He is also a Certified Public Accountant of R.O.C.
With almost 27 years of experience, Howard has developed in-depth knowledge in many fields such as: tax planning for corporate tax and transfer pricing, intellectual property tax planning, cross-border investment structure and tax planning. He specializes in the Technology, Entertainment and Media ,and leads the Cultural and Creative Industry Project launched by PwC Taiwan. Furthermore, with the extensive experiences, he is the Leader Partner of Cultural and Creative Industry Project and Personal Finance Services.
Aside from his continuous contribution to PricewaterhouseCoopers Taiwan, Howard had also been the Director of Taipei Municipal Tax Agent Association, Director of Taiwan Provincial CPA Association, Member of Publication Committee -CPA Association of the Republic of China, Member of Tax Reform Committee - Taiwan Provincial CPA Association, and Member of Accounting and Auditing Committee - Taipei Municipal CPA Association. To share his expertise in the accounting field, Howard is an active lecturer in several universities and foundations in Taiwan.
In GIS Taiwan 2013,Howaed Kuo Hseih is a speaker in U++ Salon.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Eric Tsao is a speaker in U++ Salon.
於1987年加入安永台北所, 近幾年擔任主任會計師與執行長。於1988年至1991年間，因國際交換計劃赴安永加拿大多倫多分所。在安永服務期間, 服務過不同產業之指標性大型企業。
James is currently the Chairman and CEO of Ernst & Young Taiwan. Ernst & Young Taiwan is the member firm of Ernst & Young Global as well as the management committee of the EY Greater China which is composed of Ernst & Young Taiwan, Ernst & Young China, Ernst and Young Hong Kong & Macau.
James also actively participates in the formulation of government policies and regulatory changes related to accounting principles and issues.
James joined Ernst & Young Taiwan in 1987 and Ernst & Young Toronto, Canada from 1988 to 1991. Throughout his career with EY, James has served many well-known listed companies and multinational clients.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, James Wang is a speaker in Keynote Forum D.
Kim is currently the Assurance Leader of Erst & Young Taiwan.
Kim has over 17 years of audit experience. Most of her time has been spent working with multinational clients including technology, manufacturing, banking, retail, and import/export companies. She has extensive experiences in handling cross-border audit.
Kim also has abundant experience in financial services and related industries. She has advised global clients on the issuance of American Depository Receipts (ADR) and public listing.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Kim Chang is a speaker in U++ Salon.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Han Wu is a speaker in U++ Mentor.
黃小芬為普華國際財務顧問股份有限公司之執行董事，於價值評估與分析、 金融業相關購併諮詢服務、投資策略規劃、及公共工程財務分析規劃等領 域具備豐富之經驗。黃執董於1998年加入普華財顧，之前曾服務於資誠聯 合會計師事務所審計部門。
黃執董於價值評估領域涉略甚深，包含協助企業於投資併購時所進行之企 業價值評估、併購後因財務報告目的所需之評價(收購價格分攤及資產減損 測試)、無形資產評估、資產證券化資產池評估(房貸及信用卡應收款)等。 黃執董之評價經驗跨足許多產業，包含金融業(銀行、投信、證券、保險)、 零售業、紙業、科技業(電子通路、封裝測試)、一般製造業、貿易業、醫 療照護業、食品業、媒體等。
除價值評估領域外，黃執董亦參與併購交易專案，提供包含交易諮詢顧問 及財務評鑑(Due Diligence)之服務；此外，於大型公共工程之專案亦多所 涉獵，並為台灣高鐵計畫聯貸銀行團之財務顧問。
Hsiao-Fen Huang is a partner on the Deals team in PricewaterhouseCoopers Taiwan and currently leads the Valuation & Economics business. Hsiao-Fen joined PwC in 1998.
Hsiao-Fen has various exposure in the financial advisory fields, covering valuation, corporate finance, financial due diligence and project finance, and has been focusing on valuations in recent years. Her valuation experiences center around transaction valuation, financial reporting valuation, and intangible assets valuation. She delivers valuation solution to assist clients through typical deal cycle, from pre-deal assessment, deal evaluation, and post-deal purchase price allocation. She also covers diversified industries – financial services (banks, securities firms, SITCs, insurers), technology, retailing, electronics, paper, health-caring, on-line gaming, and electronics.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Hsiao-Fen Huang is a speaker in U++ Mentor.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Stella Huang is a speaker in U++ Mentor.
In GIS Taiwan 2013,is a speaker in U++ Mentor.
Ernst & Young Taiwan’s Assurance Services Partner and Global Client Service Partner for Priority Account, with abundant audit experiences in semiconductor, electronics, manufacturing, aerospace, communication, banking, retail, fine works, dinning and trading companies.
Ernst & Young Taiwan’s IPO Services Leader, with dozens of successful experiences helping Taiwan and foreign companies go public in Taiwan; Assisted clients raise market reputation, reduce operation risks and create added values.
Co-organized several IPO seminars and promotion activities with Taiwan Stock Exchange and securities houses.
Financial Analyst of AOC, USA.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Ian Wang is a speaker in U++ Mentor.
服務於美國Ernst & Young Philadelphia時，曾擔任審計部領組。
Scott Liang is Ernst & Young Taiwan’s Professional Practice Director responsible for advising our clients on the most complex ROC and IFRS GAAP issues.
Scott Liang represents EY at the IFRS Adoption Taskforce for Securities and Futures Bureau, Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation, Over the Counter, and Accounting Research and Development Foundation in Taiwan.
Scott Liang also provides accounting and advisory services to numerous local and multinational clients in Taiwan, primary in the Technology industry.
Partner, Ernst & Young Taiwan
Senior Auditor, Ernst & Young Philadelphia
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Scott Liang is a speaker in U++ Mentor.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Wiston Yu is a host in Keynote Forum D.
Dr. Niven Huang is the Secretary General of the Business Council for Sustainable Development of the Republic of China (BCSD-Taiwan) since May of 1997. He is the pioneer in Taiwan for promoting corporate social responsibility (CSR), sustainability report, sustainable and responsible investment (SRI), sustainable source, green purchasing alliance, greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory and strategy for carbon management. He is invited to give more than 100 lectures on sustainability every year in domestic and international events.
Dr. Niven Huang is specialized in waste management. Before working for Super Max, Dr. Huang worked for YFY paper company as a consultant because of his specialized technical background in fluidization combustion technology.
Dr. Huang received the Ph.D. degree from Chemical Engineering from Chung Yuan Christian University (CYCU). Currently, he is the part time associate professor of four universities in Taiwan, including the most leading advanced MBA in Taiwan. He sits in the judge panels of several public and private Awards of CSR, Excellence in Environment, and Sustainability in Taiwan, including the annual CSR Awards of CommonWealth, one of the leading business magazines in Taiwan, since 2007.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Dr. Niven Huang is a speaker in Keynote Forum D.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Joseph Chou is a speaker in Keynote Forum D.
In GIS Taiwan 2013, Kim, Sung Woo is a speaker in Keynote Forum D.