APSIPA Advisory Board

Eliathamby Ambikairajah, University of New South Wales, Australia (2015)

Li Deng, Microsoft Reserch, USA (2015)

Sadaoki Furui, Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago, USA (2016)

Jiwu HUANG, Shenzhen University, China (2015)

Anil K. Jain, Michigan State University, USA (2016)

Biling-Hwang (Fred) Juang, Georgia Tech, USA (2016)

Hitoshi Kiya, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan (2015)

Alex Kot, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (2016)

Chung-Nan Lee, National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan (2016)

Lin-Shan Lee, National Taiwan University, Taiwan (2015)

Mark Liao, Institute for Information Science, Taiwan (2015)

K. J. Ray Liu, University of Maryland, USA (2015)

Yoshikazu Miyanaga, Hokkaido University, Japan (2015)

Antonio Ortega, University of Southern California, USA (2015)

Hideaki Sakai, Kyoto University, Japan (2015)

Thomas Zheng, Tsinghua University, China (2016)    



Charter for APSIPA Advisory Board (AAB)

This Charter was approved by APSIPA BoG on 15 November 2013

1. AAB Composition, Nomination, Election and Appointment

a) The AAB should consist of no more than 20 members.

b) The AAB members should be nominated and elected by the APSIPA BoG among APSIPA members.

c) The AAB should reflect APSIPA membership demographics and APSIPA's geographical outreach, a good mix of candidates from industry and academia.

d) Up to 10 new AAB members are appointed every year to replace outgoing members to ensure continuity.

e) The AAB members should serve in a renewable 2-year term, starting 1 January of the year, with a maximum of two consecutive terms.

f) The AAB nomination and election should be conducted no later than 1 November and 1 December, respectively. APSIPA President should announce AAB appointments no later than 15 December.

2. AAB Responsibilities

a) The AAB should offer advice to APSIPA BoG officers and Long-Term Planning Committee on areas to improve the effectiveness of ongoing programs, and strengthen the association's role in serving the technical communities in the Asia Pacific region.

b) The AAB should actively participate in APSIPA's outreach program to extend its
regional and international networks, including nomination of Distinguished Lecturers and the development of Friends of APSIPA Laboratories.

c) The AAB members should serve as APSIPA ambassadors to promote the growth of membership and the association.