Ching Y Suen
Ching Y Suen is the Director of CENPARMI and Concordia Honorary Chair on AI & Pattern Recognition. He received his PhD degree from University of British Columbia (UBC) (Vancouver) and his Master's degree from University of Hong Kong. He has served as Chairman of the Department of Computer Science and an Associate Dean (Research) of the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science of Concordia University. He has served at numerous national and international professional societies as President, Vice-President, Governor, and Director. He has presented 45 invited/keynote papers at conferences and 200 invited talks at various industries and academic institutions around the world. He has been the Principal Investigator or Consultant of 30 industrial projects. His research projects have been funded by the ENCS Faculty and the Distinguished Chair Programs at Concordia University, FCAR (Quebec), NSERC (Canada), the National Networks of Centres of Excellence (Canada), the Canadian Foundation for Innovation, and the industrial sectors in various countries, including Canada, France, Japan, Italy, and the United States. Currently, he is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Pattern Recognition, an Adviser or Associate Editor of five journals, and Editor of a new book series on Language Processing and Pattern Recognition.
Engineering and Computer Science
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