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Sato Mitsunobu

Prof. Dr. Sato is the president of Kogakuin University of Technology & Engineering (KUTE-Tokyo) from 2015 and a full professor at the Department of Applied Physics, School of Advanced Engineering. He received his PhD in Engineering (synthetic chemistry) from the University of Tokyo, Japan, in 1985, and an honorable doctoral degree at Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, in 2017.

He joined the research department of science and technology, National Science Museum in 1982. From 1991 to 2002, he was a lecturer and an associate professor in the Faculty of Engineering, KUTE-Tokyo. Since 2002, he has been a full professor.

Dr. Sato research interests include the fabrication process of nanostructured materials, and functional thin films such as lithium ion batteries, semiconductor thin films and biocompatible coatings for implant materials etc. He has published more than 90 original papers in international journals and has been invited to numerous conferences. Dr. Sato has been widely involved in international collaborations between various institutes, in the fields of functional thin films and devices.

Chan-Nan Lu

Chan-Nan Lu is a Professor of Electrical Engineering in National Sun Yat-sen University (NSYSU) and an IEEE Fellow. He obtained his BS degree from National Taiwan University (1981), MS degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1983) and PhD degree from Purdue University (1987). Prior to joining NSYSU in 1989, he worked for General Electric Company and Harris Corp (USA) on the analyses of power transformer and development of advanced application software for utility control centers. His professional activities include work as a consultant for Taiwan Power Company, Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI, Taiwan), EPRI (USA), Bechtel (USA), Nexant (USA), and Harris Corp (USA). During his career, he has worked on subjects on optimal power flow, state estimation, large scale network modeling, distribution automations, special protection system and power quality. His current research activities are in power system analyses, renewable energy integration, and smart grid concepts. He received Outstanding Research Award from National Science Council and Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan. He was a Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs of NSYSU.

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