Ching-Hsien (Robert) Hsu is a professor in department of computer science and information engineering at Chung Hua University, Taiwan; and distinguished chair professor at Tianjin University of Technology, China. His research includes high performance computing, cloud computing, parallel and distributed systems, big data analytics, ubiquitous/pervasive computing and intelligence. He has published 200 papers in top journals such as IEEE TPDS, IEEE TSC, ACM TOMM, IEEE TCC, IEEE TETC, IEEE System, IEEE Network, Information Sciences, FGCS, conference proceedings, and book chapters in these areas; and has been acting as an author/co-author or an editor/co-editor of 10 books from Springer, IGI Global, World Scientific and McGraw-Hill. He has also edited a number of special issues at top journals, such as IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing, IEEE Transactions on Services Computing, IEEE System Journal, Future Generation Computer Systems, Journal of Supercomputing, International Journal of Communication Systems, Automated Software Engineering, Journal of System Architecture, Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, The Knowledge Engineering Review, Internet Research, Information System Frontiers, etc. Prof. Hsu was awarded nine times distinguished award for excellence in research and annual outstanding research award through 2005 to 2016 from Chung Hua University. He has been serving as executive committee and standing director of Taiwan Association of Cloud Computing (TACC) from 2008-2016; executive committee of the IEEE Technical Committee of Scalable Computing during 2008-2012; executive committee of IEEE STC on Cloud Computing(2012-present); He is elected member of the Phi Tau Phi Scholastic honor society; IEEE senior member; vice chair of IEEE TCSC and executive chair of IEEE Cloud.
Kuan-Ching Li, Ching-Hsien Hsu, Laurence Tianruo Yang, Jack Dongarra, Hans Zima.
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The past decade has witnessed a fruitful proliferation of increasingly high performance scalable computing systems mainly due to the availability of enabling...