Chih-Kuang Yeh
National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan

Professor Yeh obtained his PhD degree in electrical engineering from National Taiwan University in 2004. In 2005, he joined the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Environmental Sciences at National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) in Taiwan. He has excelled in academics, teaching, and social services, respectively. Professor Yeh’s primary research field is ultrasound technology in biomedical applications. He has received numerous awards, including the Wu Dayou Memorial Award from the National Science and Technology Council of Taiwan (NTSC), the JMBE Annual Best Paper award, the National Innovation Award twice, the Outstanding Industry-University Research Award by NTHU, the Outstanding Teaching Award by NTHU, the Outstanding Research Award by NTSC, and the Future Science and Technology Award twice by NTSC, and is currently a distinguished professor. Professor Yeh is a senior member of the IEEE society and serves as an editor for three journals. He has published over 150 papers and 200 proceedings abstracts/papers in seminars and conferences. Professor Yeh has extensive experience in implementing industry-university cooperation and has obtained 19 patents. He has also started two companies that specialize in ultrasound contrast agents (Trust Bio-sonics, 2013) and catheter-based ultrasound (SoundJet Medical, 2022). The main members of the two companies are all graduates from his laboratory. In terms of social services, while serving as the convener of the biomedical engineering division at NTSC of Taiwan, he promoted the development of innovative medical devices and made contributions to bilateral international research collaboration and academic conference exchanges. In addition, he was the chief executive officer of the Teaching Practice Research educational program and a committee member of the Higher Education Sprout Project of Taiwan’s Ministry of Education. Professor Yeh was the executive director of the Taiwanese Society of Biomedical Engineering, participating in the association’s operations and promoting related businesses. In 2012, he joined the IFMBE Asia-Pacific Research Networking Fellowship (Taiwan-Japan-China)