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Bing (Chuang-Wen) You

Assistant Researcher of the NTU-IoX Center
Assistant Professor of the Department of Information Management
National Taiwan University

Email: cwyou (at) ntu.edu.tw
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About me

I am Bing (Chuang-Wen). I got my PhD degree from the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering at the National Taiwan University. Currently, I am an assistant researcher of the NTU IoX Center and also a joint assistant professor of the Department of Information Management at the National Taiwan University.

My current research directions are ubiquitous computing, human-computer interaction, and sensor networking systems, with a research focus on mobile & wearable healthcare systems, mobile sensing platforms, and IoT-based smart parking systems. I am interested in designing, building and evaluating high-impact UbiComp technologies that really apply computing technologies naturally into people’s everyday activities. Specifically, I investigated on building mobile sensing platforms that sense and understand daily behavior, promote healthy behavior (e.g., assisting recovery from alcohol dependence), and facilitate people’s everyday activities (e.g., shopping, driving, parking, and social activities).

  • Co-chair the IEEE VNC 2018 mobile app contest (in conjunction with IEEE VNC 2018)
  • SoberMotion system is exhibited in Computex Taipei 2018 and highlighted as a featured application by the news from MOST and NTU ILO
  • Co-chair the IEEE VNC 2016 mobile app contest (in conjunction with IEEE VNC 2016)
  • Received a best reviewer award from ACM ISWC 2015.
  • Last Update: May, 23, 2019
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