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Sun-Yuan Hsieh received the PhD degree in computer science from National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, in June 1998. He then served the compulsory two-year military service. From August 2000 to January 2002, he was an assistant professor at the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Chi Nan University. In February 2002, he joined the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, and now he is a distinguished professor. He received the 2007 K. T. Lee Research Award, President's Citation Award (American Biographical Institute) in 2007, the Engineering Professor Award of Chinese Institute of Engineers (Kaohsiung Branch) in 2008, the National Science Council’s Outstanding Research Award in 2009, IEEE Outstanding Technical Achievement Award (IEEE Tainan Section) in 2011, and the Outstanding Electronic Engineering Professor Award of Chinese Institute of Electrical Engineering in 2013. He is Fellow of the British Computer Society (BCS). One of Sun-Yuan’s expertise is in the area of interconnection networks. Currently, he has 87 journal publications including 33 in IEEE flagship Transactions journals (10 in IEEE TPDS), and 51 conference publications in which many more are in IEEE sponsored conferences. He also has editorial services to a number of journals including servicing as an associate editor of the well-known journal Theoretical Computer Science (Elseiver), International Journal of Computer Mathematics (Taylor & Francis Group), Fundamental Informaticae (Polish Mathematical Society), and Journal of Interconnection Networks (World Scientific). In addition, he has served on organization committee and/or program committee of several dozens international conferences in computer science and computer engineering. His research interests include design and analysis of algorithms, fault-tolerant computing, parallel and distributed computing, and graph theory.
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