The 16th Asia-Pacific Network Operations and Management Symposium
September 17-19, 2014
National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

Distinguished Experts Panel

Integrated Management of Software-Defined Infrastructure

DEP Session: Thurs., Sept. 18, 2014, 15:20 - 17:20, International Conference Hall

Panel Chair

Fuchun Joseph Lin (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)

Fuchun Joseph Lin is Professor of Department of Computer Science and Associate Chief Director of Microelectronics and Information Systems Research Center at National Chiao Tung University (NCTU). Before joining NCTU in August 2012, he was Chief Scientist in Applied Research of Telcordia Technologies in U.S.A. focusing on IoT/M2M Communications and Next Generation Network Technologies including IMS/EPC, SDN and NGSON. He was with Telcordia Technologies for 20 years and AT&T Bell Labs for 4 years. He received his PhD in Computer and Information Science from the Ohio State University and MS and BS in Computer Science from National Chiao Tung University. He published more than 50 journal and conference papers and acquired and filed more than 10 patents. He was also active in SDOs such as IEEE, 3GPP and ATIS and contributed to the formation of NGSON, ISB and NGN architecture and specifications.


Dr. Yu-Huang Chu (CHT, Taiwan)

Dr. Yu-Huang Chu is a project manager in the broadband network department of Telecommunication Laboratories, Chunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd. He is responsible for SDN and IP application services networking and planning teams. He has been involved in planning and constructing commercial multimedia on demand service networks and cloud computing data center.
He specializes in researching and implementing IP and Triple-Play services. As key accomplishment, he has successfully deployed Cloud computing Data Center, broadband IP/MPLS network, NGN network, IPTV network. His current major work is planning smart and secure network. He's interest topics include SDN, Openflow, LISP, and Content Centric Network.


Dr. Shin Miyakawa (NTT, Japan)

Dr. Shin Miyakawa is a director of Technology Development which is an R&D arm of NTT Communications corporation which runs not just only the biggest FTTH service in Japan but also one of the biggest Internet backbone which covers Asia Pacific, North America, Europe and other areas on the earth as an Tier-1 provider for many international Solution business, private/public cloud service and so on. Now He leads several teams working on Networking (Internet, SDN, NFV...), Network Security (anti-malware, anti-DDoS...), and Cloud (public/private cloud) in that organization and also works as a director of Corporate Planning Division of NTT Communications.
He joined to NTT (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone) in 1995 as a researcher right after he received his doctoral degree on Computer Science from Tokyo Institute of Technology. Since then, he has been working on the research, development and standardization of Internet Protocol technologies at the Labs in Tokyo and SiliconValley, California. An active participant of IETF and an author of several RFC documents such as RFC 3769 - Requirements for IPv6 Prefix Delegation, RFC6888 - Common Requirements for Carrier-Grade NATs (CGNs) and so on. He is also Sr. Visiting Researcher at Keio University, Guest Professor of Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, a member of the Japanese governmental committee on the strategy of information security policy.


Dr. Young-Tak Kim (Yeungnam University, Korea)

Prof. Young-Tak Kim received Ph.D. degree from KAIST in February 1990. He joined Korea Telecom (KT) in 1990, where he had researched and developed the ATM MAN Switching System (ATM-MSS) and related network operations and management technologies for broadband networking. Currently he is a professor of the Department of Information and Communication Engineering, College of Engineering in Yeungnam Univ., South Korea. In 2001 and 2008, he had been working as a visiting scholar at NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology), USA,
where he joined in the design and implementation of NIST GMPLS simulator (GLASS) and Next Generation Routing Architecture (NGRA) project.
His research interests include QoS-guaranteed traffic engineering in future Internet, Cloud Computing, QoS-aware Network Operating System, OpenFlow, QoS-aware seamless secure mobility, Internet of Thing (IoT), and related network operations and managements.
He is a member of IEEE Communication Society, KICS, KISS, KIPS, and Korea Multimedia Society. He had been the Technical Program Chair of IEEE ComSoc CNOM in the period of 2007-2008, TPC Co-chair of IM2009 and the general chair of APNOMS2009.


Dr. Cho-Yu Jason Chiang (Applied Communication Sciences, USA)

Dr. Cho-Yu Jason Chiang is Director and Chief Scientist at Applied Communication Sciences, formerly Telcordia Applied Research in Basking Ridge, New Jersey, USA. Dr. Chiang has been PI or co-PI on several U.S. government agency-funded research and development programs. He has published over 50 papers in refereed conference proceedings and journals. He has served on the program committees of a number of conferences and was a co-chair for the IEEE NOMS 2010 Workshop programs and a co-chair for the IEEE MILCOM 2013 Track 4, ?System Perspectives?. Dr. Chiang received B.S. in Computer Science and Information Engineering from the National Taiwan University and Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Ohio State University.
Over the years Dr. Chiang?s research interests span across a number of areas, including communication network protocols, network management and operations, mobile ad hoc networks, adaptive communication middleware, policy-based management, cognitive networks, dynamic spectrum access, cyber security, trust in computers and mobile devices, large-scale wireless network testing and testbed, software-defined networking, host and network function virtualization, machine learning, healthcare data analytics, big data, multi-player online gaming, as well as cloud-based system infrastructure and security.