Jie Tian
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Jie Tian, IEEE Fellow (from 2010), IAMBE Fellow (from 2012), received the PhD degree (with honor) in artificial intelligence from the Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1993. Since 1997, he has been a professor in the Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is a winner of the China National Funds for Distinguished Young Scientists (2002). He has been a distinguished professor of the Cheung Kong Scholars program since 2006. He has been the chief scientist of the National Basic Research Program (973) twice (2006, 2011). He is the director of the Pattern Recognition and Machine Intelligence committees in Chinese Society of Automation. He is the director of the Chinese Society for Molecular Imaging. He is a part-time professor and part-time doctoral advisor of the The Fourth Military Medical University, Beijing Jiaotong University, Beijing Normal University, Northeastern University and Beijing University of Technology. He is also a distinguished professor of Xidian University and the director of the school of life science and biotechnology.

His research interests are medical image process and analysis, pattern recognition, biometics, etc. He has published more than 200 papers in peer-reviewed journals including IEEE transactions and served as technical reviewer for several IEEE publications, such as IEEE TMI, TPAMI, TIP, TITB, and TBE. Dr. Tian has also served on the Program Committee of several EMBS-sponsored meetings: EMBC on NER 2011 (Associate Editor), VINCI 2010~2011, OHBM 2011, ICME 2011, 2011 ISPHT 2011, SSCI 2011, ACM SAC 2011, IASTED International Conference on BioMed 2008~2011, ICNSC 2010, CSCWD 2010, ICB 2009, IWCIA 2009, IASTED International Conference on SIP 2008, CBMS 2007. He is the founding chair of the EMBS chapter in Beijing, and a member of the EMBS Technical Committee on Biomedical Imaging and Image Processing. Due to the research and development of the 3D medical imaging processing and analyzing system (3DMed), he won the National Award for Progress in Science and Technology in 2003, and also won the National Award for Progress in Science and Technology in 2004 for the system and application of fingerprint recognition, and he also is a winner of 2010 National Award for Technological Invention for imaging method and system for small animal multimodality optical molecular imaging. Dr. Tian was also recognized as one of the top ten science leaders of China in 2003.

Dr. Tian is a reviewer of Mathematical Reviews, American mathematical society. He is the Committee member of Journal of X-ray Science and Technology, International Journal of Biomedical Imaging, Frontiers of Computer Science in China, Journal of Software (in Chinese), Progress in Natural Science (both in English and Chinese), Science in China Series F: Information Sciences, Journal of Computers (in Chinese) and Journal of Software (in Chinese). He is the associate editor of the Acta Automatica Sinica (2010) and the Chinese journal of nuclear medicine and molocular imaging (2011).