Former Lab Members

Hung-Chi "Eric" Chang, MD, is an anesthesiologist at Taipei Medical University - Shuang-Ho Hospital in Taiwan. He is interested in the nonlinear analysis of physiological signals during anesthesia.
Ying Chen, PhD, is an Associate Professor at Nanjing University. He is interested in the nonlinear dynamic complexity of physiological signals such as atrial fibrillation and more generally of multi-component systems.
Xingran "Emma" Cui, PhD, has taken a position in the School of Biological Sciences & Medical Engineering at Southeast University in Nanjing, China where her research will focus on fetal and child development.  Her experience in information engineering, interdisciplinary medicine and nonlinear signal analysis will help in bringing novel approaches to this field of research. She received her PhD from Wuhan University of Technology in China.
Rosangela Akemi Hoshi, PT, PhD, is a Post-doctoral Fellow at the Clinical Research Center of the University Hospital, Sao Paulo University, Sao Paulo, Brazil. She received her PhD in Health Sciences - Medicine and Correlate Sciences, Department of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery of Sao Jose do Rio Preto Medical School, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Her expertise is in linear and nonlinear measures of Heart Rate Variability, exercise physiology and the cardiovascular system.
Wan-Hsin Hsieh, PhD, is currently a researcher at Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan, where he works on the development of medical devices for imaged-guided surgery. His research interests lie primarily in the area of nonlinear signal processing, arrhythmia analysis and the thermal ablation system.
Yi-Zeng Hsieh, PhD, is an assistant professor at National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan. He is interested in embedded systems, neural networks, pattern recognition, image processing and machine learning.
Xiyuan Hu, PhD, is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences. His research area includes nonlinear signal analysis, image and video processing.
Han-Ping Huang is a PhD candidate at National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan. He is interested in studying non-linearity phenomena in living creatures.
Chung-Hau "Alder" Juan, MD, is an anesthesiologist at Cathay General Hospital in Taiwan. He also holds a Masters degree in Biomedical Engineering. He is interested in the linear and nonlinear analysis of dynamic biomedical signals during the perioperative period.
Min Lin, PhD, is a lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at Ocean University of China. She received her PhD in physics from Nankai University in China. She is interested in complex networks and nonlinear dynamics analyses.
Dongdong Liu, PhD, is a faculty member at Capital Medical University in China. He is interested in nonlinear analysis of complex physiological signals and wearable devices for healthcare.
Wenbin "Wendy" Shi, PhD, is a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at Hydro-meteoro-climatology and Remote Sensing Lab, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. She received her PhD in Statistics from Beijing Jiaotong University in China. Her expertise is in nonlinear dynamics and time series analysis.
Jing “Claire” Wang, is a Post Doctorate in the Department of Computer Science at Beijing Jiaotong University in China. She received her PhD in statistics from Beijing Jiaotong University. She is interested in the statistical analysis of signals observed in physiological systems and traffic systems.
Sung-Yang "Samuel" Wei, MD, is a PhD candidate in the Electrophysics department at National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan. He is familiar with optical sperm tracing and sperm motility analysis. He has studied time-series dynamics using MSE combined with Shannon entropy.
Chiu-Wen "Justin" Wu is a PhD candidate in Mechatronic Engineering at National Taiwan Normal University. His specialties are signal processing, time-frequency analysis, pattern recognition and programming. He is interested in biomarker development.
Jianan "Joanna" Xia is a PhD candidate at Beijing Jiaotong University in China. She is interested in the statistical analysis of signals observed in financial, traffic and physiological systems.
Weiwei Xiao, PhD, is an Associate Professor at North China University of Technology. Her research area is signal separation algorithms and approximation theory.
Dong “Selina” Xu, MD, is a Doctor from Beijing Friendship Hospital in China. She has degree’s in both Western medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Her specialization is in gastroenterology with a specific emphasis on combining Western medicine and TCM to treat common internal medical diseases. She is interested in nonlinear analysis of complex physiological signals and its clinical applications. 
Chien-Hung Yeh is a Post-doctoral research fellow at Chang Gung Memorial Hospital and University in Taiwan. He is interested in using nonlinear approaches to analyze biological signals and develop effective biomarkers for clinical use. He is working on the interaction between physiological rhythms.
Jia-Rong Yeh, PhD, has taken a position of assistant research fellow at the Research Center for Adaptive Data Analysis at National Central University in Taiwan. He is interested in interdisciplinary medicine and nonlinear signal processing/analysis. He is working on applications of Hilbert-Huang transform in brain science. 
Qiuyun You, PhD, is a professor at the College of Pharmacy, Hubei University of Chinese Medicine. Her research includes the pharmacology of Chinese Medicine sedative herbs, and new brain-health product development based on Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Zhengbo Zhang, PhD, is currently the deputy director of the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Chinese PLA General Hospital. He is an associate professor in biomedical engineering at the Chinese PLA Medical School, and an adjunct associate professor at Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics. His research interests include physiological signal processing and modeling, wearable sensors and systems for healthcare, medical data analytics, predictive modeling and analysis.
Xiaojun Zhao, PhD, is a faculty member at Beijing Jiaotong University in China. He is interested in the nonlinear analysis of the signals from diverse complex systems, such as transportation, finance, and physiology.