Shoude Chang

National Research Council, Canada

Shoude Chang obtained his BS in electronic engineering in 1977 from Shandong Polytechnic University China; his MS in communications and electronic systems in 1986 from South China Technical Institute and his PhD in Physics (optical information processing) in 1995 from Laval University, Canada. He used to be a Lecturer/Associate Professor in Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering, Shandong Polytechnic University, China. He had worked in Canadian industry in 3D machine vision, video surveillance and online inspection as a senior software designer and developer. Since 1999, he has been working in National Research Council as a research officer. His activities can be grouped into three fields. 1. Biophotonics, biomedical imaging and data analysis: system and algorithms for optic-electro hybrid bio-cell segmentation/analysis; systems, components and algorithms for optical coherence tomography spectroscopic (OCT). 2. Security and biometrics: quantum-dots (QD) used as information carrier; system and algorithms for 2D and 3D face recognitions, fingerprint recognition and anti-counterfeit; OCT technology applied to internal biometrics and document/ID card security. 3. Multi-dimensional pattern recognition/image processing: ultra-fast hybrid systems; theories and algorithms for invariant pattern recognition; 3D object acquisition; 3D tomography processing and displaying, as well as 2D/3D online inspection systems.

Biography Updated on 21 May 2012

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