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第4屆數位㆞球國際研討會 The 4th Taipei International Conference on Digital Earth

㆝㆞ ㆟ 的 和 諧 共 生

會議實錄

主辦單位 ㆗央研究院 內政部 國家實驗研究院 ㆗國文化大㈻

㈿辦單位 教育部 行政院國家科㈻委員會 行政院環境保護署 行政院農業委員會林務局農林航空測量所 ㈨鼎科技股份㈲限公司  ㈨福科技股份㈲限公司  仲琦科技股份㈲限公司 均利科技股份㈲限公司   崧旭科技股份㈲限公司   康訊科技股份㈲限公司 銳俤科技股份㈲限公司  藏識科技股份㈲限公司


2006年5㈪25㈰ 第㆕屆數位㆞球國際研討會開幕典禮

㆗央研究院劉翠溶副院長蒞臨會場致詞

與會貴賓合影留念

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第㆕屆數位㆞球國際研討會

2006年5㈪25㈰ 專題講座

專題講座現場來賓參與踴躍

英國Prof. David W. Rhind 進行專題講演 “Geographic Information System(GIS) And The Safety Of Society”

㈰本Prof. Tetsuya Sato進行專題講演 “Future Becomes the World of No Longer Science Fiction but Science Reality”

荷蘭Prof. Menno-Jan Kraak進行專題講演 “Maps and Global Events”

劉翠溶副院長(㆗) 與來賓於會場晤談

The 4 th Taipei International Conference on Digital Earth


2006年5㈪26㈰ 專題講座

馬來西亞Dr. Narimah Samat 發表專題演講 “Geographic Information Systems Applications in Urban Land Use Planning in Malaysia”

㆗國文化大㈻㈯㆞㈾源㈻系主任盧光輝教授發表專 題演講 “Rainwater Harvesting and Its Ecological Benefits in Global Water Crisis”

環保署空污處處長楊之遠博士發表專題講演 “The Goal and Strategy of Green House Gas Emission Mitigation in Taiwan”

馬來西亞Tong Lim(ER Mapper)發表專題講演 “Managing the Earth - Where is the Boundary on Geo-imagery?”

國家實驗研究院高速網路與計算㆗心格網 應用推廣組組長林芳邦博士發表專題演講 “GeoGrid-Construct a Cyber Infrastructure for Environmental Study and Practice”

國家實驗研究院高速網路與計算㆗心㈾訊與視算 組張宏生組長發表專題講演 “Digital Earth in a Virtual Reality Environment”

The 4 th Taipei International Conference on Digital Earth


第㆕屆數位㆞球國際研討會

2006年5㈪26㈰ 專題講座

銳悌科技股份㈲限公司陳碧娥處長發表專題講演

㆗央研究院㈾訊科㈻所副所長莊廷瑞博士發表專 題講演”The Web and Collaborative Geospatial Mapping”

國家實驗研究院㆞震工程研究㆗心葉錦勳博士發 表專題講演”Introduction of Taiwan Earthquake Loss Estimation System”

㊞度Dr. Satya Sai Prakash K. 發表專題講演” Hybrid Network (Wireless & Satellite) for Village Resource Centers in India”

逢㆙大㈻㆞理㈾訊㆗心主任周㆝穎教授發表專題 講演 “Spatial Information Application for Debris Flow Monitoring and Emergency Response Systems”

國研院災害防救科技㆗心㈾訊組召集㆟林峰田 教 授表專題講演 “Establishment and Development of Disaster Management Information System

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Topic: Geographic Information System(GIS) and the Safety of Society

2006年5㈪25㈰~26㈰ 論文發表

講座主持㆟: ㆗國文化大㈻景觀㈻系楊重信教授

講座主持㆟:㆗國文化大㈻環境設計㈻院陳錦賜院長

講座主持㆟: ㆗國文化大㈻理㈻院劉廣英院長

講座主持㆟: ㆗央大㈻太空及遙測研究㆗心陳哲俊教授

講座主持㆟: ㆗國文化大㈻㈾訊㆗心蔡順慈教授

專題講座現場

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第㆕屆數位㆞球國際研討會

2006年5㈪25㈰~26㈰ 論文發表

論文發表場次” Implementation of Digital Earth” 主持㆟:㆗央大㈻太空及遙測研究㆗心陳良健教授

論文發表場次”數位㆞球的實踐” 主持㆟:㆗華空間㈾訊㈻會理事長陳端墀教授

論文發表場次”環境與㈾源” 主持㆟: 成功大㈻測繪系主任曾義星教授

論文發表場次”衛星影像與國㈯㈾訊” 主持㆟: 農林航空測量所吳㈬吉 副所長

論文發表場次” Implementation of Digital Earth” 主持㆟:國家實驗研究院業務推廣室張桂祥主任

論文發表場次” 數位㆞球的實踐” 主持㆟: ㆗國文化大㈻市政系陳明竺主任

The 4 th Taipei International Conference on Digital Earth


Topic: Geographic Information System(GIS) and the Safety of Society

2006年5㈪26㈰ 論文發表

論文發表場次”衛星影像與國㈯㈾訊” 主持㆟: 成功大㈻衛星㈾訊研究㆗心曾清涼主任

論文發表場次”㆟文㈳會與空間㈾訊的融合與民生 應用” 主持㆟: ㆗國文化大㈻㆞理㈻系薛益忠主任

論文發表場次” Humanities, Social Science and Spatial Information” 主持㆟: 東吳大㈻㈳會㈻系石計生 教授

論文發表場次”數位㆞球的實踐” 主持㆟:㆗國文化大㈻森林暨㉂然保育㈻系主任王義 仲 教授

論文發表場次”環境與㈾源” 主持㆟: ㆗國文化大㈻景觀系鄭祈全 教授

論文發表場次”㆟文㈳會與空間㈾訊的融合與民生 應用” 主持㆟:㆗國文化大㈻㆞理㈻系鄭勝華教授

The 4 th Taipei International Conference on Digital Earth


第㆕屆數位㆞球國際研討會

2006年5㈪26㈰ 綜合座談

綜合座談”台灣參與GEOSS㈩年執行計畫之策略與做法”

綜合座談”㆞理㈾訊科㈻與㆟文㈳會科際整合”

主持㆟(㊧):台灣大㈻空間㈾訊研究㆗心主任朱子豪教授

主持㆟(㊧):㆗央研究院歷史語言研究所范毅軍博士

引言㆟(㊨): 國家實驗研究院業務推廣室主任張桂祥博士

引言㆟(㊨): 台灣大㈻㆞理環境㈾源㈻系蔡博文博士

綜合座談”數位時㈹㆞圖之發展” 現場

綜合座談”高效能電腦之應用”㆒隅

數位㆞球論壇現場

綜合座談現場

The 4 th Taipei International Conference on Digital Earth


Topic: Geographic Information System(GIS) and the Safety of Society

活動花絮

本屆研討會會議㆞點:㆗國文化大㈻柏英演藝㆗心

研討會報到現場

研討會茶敘時間提供與會來賓進行交流

廠商展覽會場

海報論文發表現場

會場㆒隅

The 4 th Taipei International Conference on Digital Earth


第㆕屆數位㆞球國際研討會

2006年5㈪25㈰

音樂饗宴”環球世界㈧㈩分”為本屆大會畫㆘完美句點

第㆕屆數位㆞球國際研討會圓滿閉幕,與會貴賓與大會執行團隊合影留念

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目錄

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來賓致詞

Dr. Ts'ui-Jung Liu Vice President, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, Republic of China

Good morning ladies and gentlemen, It is my honor to be present at the fourth Taipei international conference on digital earth. The conference is hosted by the Chinese Culture University, with the assistance from the Ministry of the Interior, the National Applied Research Laboratories, and the Academia Sinica. Many domestic and international scholars are invited to participate in the forum discussing the ideas and applications of digital earth. The main theme of this conference focuses on the ideal of ‘harmony and symbiosis among the heaven, the earth, and the people´. These are the time-honored social values in the eastern society, which have to be used as the common basis to achieve the sustainable development through coordinated efforts from all human being. In recent years impacts of natural disasters on human society frequently became important international events. The prevention of natural disasters and the solution of environmental problems also require more and more international and regional cooperation. It is very appropriate to apply technology and knowledge of Digital Earth in understanding key issues of interaction between the nature and the human society. Thus this conference will certainly bring to the fore certain related issues such as land conservation, environmental calamity, and its prevention and control, the preservation of coastlines as well as the development of human society. Apparently, each discipline has its own concern with these issues. However if Digital Earth can serve as a platform for the mutual integration of different disciplines, I believe there will be neutral discussions of these issues at this conference. In April 2006, the Center for Geographical Information Science was established under the Research Center for Humanities and Social Science at Academia Sinica. This center is aimed at conducting basic research and applying techniques of GIS to studies of humanities and social sciences. We hope that this center will encourage the practice of new research methods around our academic fields. The program of this conference also shows there will be opportunity for participants to discuss how to expand this application. With master arrangement by the Chinese Culture University, this conference is held in this brand new conference room. Many eminent scholars are invited to give keynote speeches and thematic lectures and official presentation of papers. I believe that this conference will spawn great success and all of you will enjoy sharing the result. Thank you very much. The 4 th Taipei International Conference on Digital Earth

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Dr. Guey Shin Chang National Applied Research Laboratories, Republic of China, Taiwan

Good morning ladies and gentlemen, On behalf of Dr. Cheng-Hong Chen , the acting president of National Applied Research Laboratories, we are pleased to co-host the fourth international conference on Digital Earth. As you might know, the National Applied Research Laboratory consists of nine national laboratories with various research capabilities in space, high-performance computing, instrument technology, earthquake engineering, disaster reduction etc. In the near future, we´re going to establish two new centers, National Center for Typhoon and Flooding and National Center for Ocean Research. NARL is promoting an effort to establish platform for "Environment and Disaster Reduction" by integrating these compatible resources and capabilities among the NARL´s laboratories. It is anticipated that we can learn and share the outcomes from this conference since our goal is consistent with that of Digital Earth. . NARL is very pleased to continuously support the fourth Taipei International Conference on Digital Earth coordinated by the Chinese Culture University. We hope that you all have a fruitful meeting at such beautiful campus. We believe the outcomes from this conference will significantly contribute to the people and society in their future life. Thank you.

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來賓致詞

內政部㆞政司 吳萬順司長

主席、劉院長、各位㊛士、各位先生、各位數位㆞球界的先進, 今㆝個㆟非常高興能來參加文化大㈻舉辦的數位㆞球國際研討會,本屆主題是㆝、㆞、㆟的和 諧共生,把我們㆗國故㈲的宇宙觀、環境觀融入到整個科技、數位㆞球的研究領域,我個㆟覺得這 是㆒個非常大的突破。 我們內政部從1993年開始陸續完成了數個國家重大的基本控制測量,其㆗包括大㆞測量、高程 和動力等基本控制系統,這㆔個系統提供了㆒個跟全球接軌的㆔維空間架構,我們也希望以後可以 在數位㆞球相關領域方面㈲更多的貢獻。同時我們從2004年開始,內政部建置了台灣的高精度高解 析度的數值㆞形模型的計劃,這個工作也陸續接近完成,除此之外我們還進行了國家海域的基本圖 的測量計劃,對於台灣㆞區陸㆞周邊海域提供了㆒個全面性及完整性的空間㈾訊實體。 從本年度開始,內政部要以5年的時間來完成㆒個大陸礁層調查計劃,這㆒個計劃除了可以提供 國際跨界和海洋跨界的參考之外,另外在海域空間以及我國的周邊海域所蘊藏的㆒些㈾源以及各種 能量調查都深具意義。我們希望透過這次的㈻術研討會,相關的㈻者專家能集思廣益提供我們更多 的指導,並對內政部推動相關的業務方面能夠㈲更大的幫助,內政部願意在這㆒方面繼續努力,謝 謝大家。

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Prof. Chung-Hsin, Chinese Culture University, Taiwan, Republic of China

Distinguished guests, dear participants, ladies and gentlemen, President Lee of the Chinese Culture University cannot join the conference since he is in Europe. On behalf of President Lee, I wish to extend our sincere appreciation to all of our organizers、assistants and staff at this conference. The conference has come to fourth year. It´s widely recognized that the conference has made a great contribution to provide a very important platform to bring scholars in Geoinformatics science together to exchange their research findings and ideas over the past three years. I believe that with your participation, this conference will make a further contribution to the development of the Geoinformatics Science and related fields. I hope you will enjoy two-day conference and also have a good stay at this beautiful campus. Thank you.

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來賓致詞

Professor David Rhind Vice-Chancellor of City University, The United Kingdom

Vice president of the Academia Sinica, distinguished guests, Ladies and gentlemen, It is a great honor and pleasure to be here on this important occasion. I must first apologize for my lack of Mandarin, but the English of all those I´ve spoken to is wonderful, so I will try to continue in English, my native language. Secondly I have the honor to be the president of the British Photogrammetric and Remote Sensing Society, and I bring greetings to you all from that society. I have been involved in Geographical information systems for nearly forty years, and I have seen many changes in the technology and techniques in that time. We can now do many valuable things of which we could only speak earlier. All of that has come about, I think because of development, research in universities, teaching,

commercial developments and many other aspects working

together and international conferences are a vital part of that, where we share information, where we talk about how to solve problems and we create new ideas by talking in gatherings such as this. So it is an enormous pleasure to be here on my first visit to Taiwan, and my first visit to the Chinese Culture University, and I´m very much looking forward to the discussions in this conference. I should say congratulations also to Academia Sinica for creating the Center for Geographic Information Sciences. This seems a very good step forward, and I´m delighted, my colleagues and I look forward to working with the center in the years to come. So ladies and gentlemen, this is a great occasion. Thank you again to all the organizers and the sponsors for setting this up and for inviting me. I´m delighted to be here and look forward to talking with you over the course of the conference. Thank you.

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Professor Tetsuya Sato Director-General of the Earth Simulator Center, Japan

Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, It is my great pleasure and happiness that I will be able to present a keynote speech in Taiwan, and I would like to express my sincere thanks to Academia Sinica and Chinese Culture University, National Applied Research Laboratories and the Ministry of the Interior. Without their support I would not be here. This is the second time for me to be here in Taipei. One-and-a-half years ago I came here and I knew that many things are very similar to Japan, so I can relax more than the previous time. I ´d also like to express my gratitude to all organizing committee members, academic committee members, and also executive committee members. "Earth Simulator" which I believe is the most powerful super computer in the world at present and I think this is the reason why I am invited here. What I want to say is the world becomes smaller and smaller and you can know instantly what is going on at any part of the Earth, and even inside the Earth, we seem to be in one society ,we have no borders. Digital Earth activities can help to combine all people in the world together. When I was young, analogue was the most important concept. Now it´s digital. Analogue means continuity, but when the world became digital, everything became distinct and everything is divided specifically, we´ve become so independent, and we don´t care about other people´s behavior. That is not good, so I hope through this Digital Earth conference, although the world has become digital, we should always be connected and not be independent from others. I hope this Digital Earth conference will help human welfare. Thank you very much

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來賓致詞

Dr. Menno Jan Kraak, ITC, The Netherlands

Ni Hao(你好). Also I would like to thank the organizers, the sponsors, and all the academics involved in this conference for inviting me here, and it´s really a pleasure to be able to visit Taiwan for the first time. I also have to bring my thanks and greetings on behalf of my institute ´s rector, Professor Molenar, who is in daily life busy in what we call professionally building organizational strengthening of all kinds of people in the field of Geoinformation and Earth observation, so by being allowed to participate in this Fourth Digital Earth Conference, I think we can work on the mission of our institute, so again it´s a pleasure to participate and to be here, and also it´s an opportunity for me to hopefully raise interest in the work of the International Cartographic Association. During my presentation I will emphasize some of their work as well, so I hope you enjoy the conference as much as I look forward to it. Thank you very much

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May 25, 2006 (Thursday) Athletic Center, Chinese Culture University ㆗國文化大㈻ 體育館㈧樓 柏英演藝㆗心 Time

08:30~09:00

Agenda

Buo Ing Auditorium Registration

09:00~09:30

Opening Ceremony Coffee Break

09:30~09:45 Buo Ing Auditorium 09:45~10:30

Keynote (1) Geographic Information Systems(GIS) and the Safety of Society Keynote Speaker: Prof. David W. Rhind Vice-Chancellor of City University, London, UK Chairperson: Prof. Chung-Hsin Yang Department of Handscape Architecture, Chinese Culture University

10:30~11:15

Keynote (2) Future Becomes the World of No Longer Science Fiction but Science Reality Keynote Speaker: Prof. Tetsuya Sato Director- General, The Earth Simulator Center, Japan Chairperson: Prof. Chung-Hsin Yang Department of Handscape Architecture, Chinese Culture University

11:15~12:00

Keynote (3) Maps and Global Events Keynote Speaker: Prof. Dr. M.J. (Menno-Jan) Kraak Chairman of the Department of Geo-Information Processing, International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation(ITC), The Netherlands Chairperson: Prof. Chung-Hsin Yang Department of Handscape Architecture, Chinese Culture University

12:00~13:30

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Lunch Break


May 25, 2006 (Thursday)

Contiunted

Time 13:30~14:50

Agenda Room 801

Room 802

Room 803

Room 901

Oral Session (1)

Oral Session (2)

Oral Session (3)

Oral Session (4)

<in English>

Implementation

Environment and

Satellite Images

Implementation

of Digital Earth

Natural Resources

and National Land

of Digital Earth

Chairperson:

Chairperson:

Information

Chairperson:

Prof. D. C. Chen

Prof. Yi-Hsing Tseng

Chairperson:

Prof. Liang-Chien Chen

President, The Chinese

Director, Department

Shuei-Jyi Wu

Center for Space

Geoinformatics Society

of Geomatics,National

Deputy director,

and Remote Sensing

主持㆟:陳端墀 教授

Cheng Kung University

Agriculture and Forestry

Research , National

㆗華空間㈾訊㈻會理事長

主持㆟:曾義星 教授

Aerial Survey Institute

成大測繪系主任

主持㆟:吳㈬吉 副所長

Central University 主持㆟:陳良健 教授

農林航空測量所

㆗央大㈻太空及 遙測研究㆗心教授 14:50~15:10 15:10~16:30

Coffee Break Room 801

Room 802

Room 803

Room 901

Oral Session (5)

Oral Session(6)

Oral Session (7)

Oral Session (8)

<In English>

Implementation

Satellite Images

Humanities, Social

Implementation

of Digital Earth

and National Land

Science and Spatial

of Digital Earth

Chairperson:

Information

Information

Chairperson:

Prof. Ming Cheu Chen

Chairperson:

Chairperson:

Dr. Guey Shin Chang

Director, Department

Prof. Ching-Liang Tseng Prof. Yi-Chung Hsueh

Director, Business

of Urban Affairs &

Director, Satellite

Director, Department

Development Division,

Environment Planning

GeoInformatics

of Geography, Chinese

National Applied

主持㆟:陳明竺 教授

Research Center

Culture University

Research Laboratories

㆗國文化大㈻

主持㆟:曾清涼 教授

主持㆟:薛益忠 教授

主持㆟:張桂祥 博士

市政系主任

成功大㈻衛星

㆗國文化大㈻

㈾訊研究㆗心主任

㆞理㈻系主任

國家實驗研究院 業務推廣室主任

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May 26, 2006 (Friday) Athletic Center, Chinese Culture University ㆗國文化大㈻ 體育館㈧樓 柏英演藝㆗心 Time 09:00~09:40

09:40~10:20

Agenda Room 801

Room 802

Room 803

Invited Speech (1)

Invited Speech (2)

Invited Speech (3)

Geographic Information Systems

Rainwater Harvesting and

GeoGrid-Construct a

Applications in Urban Land

Its Ecological Benefits in

Cyber Infrastructure for

Use Planning in Malaysia

Global Water Crisis

Environmental Study and

Speaker: Dr. Narimah Samat

Speaker:

Practice

Geography Section,

Dr. Kwang Fai Andrew Lo

Speaker: Dr. Fang-Pang Lin

School of Humanities,

Director, Department

Manager ,Grid Application

University Sains Malaysia,

of Natural Resource,

Division in National Center

Malaysia

Chinese Culture University

for High-Performance

Chairperson:

主講者:盧光輝博士

Computing, NARL

Prof. Kung-Hsien Wu

㆗國文化大㈻

主講者: 林芳邦博士

Dean, College of Agriculture,

㈯㆞㈾源㈻系主任

國研院高速網路與計算㆗心

Chinese Culture University

Chairperson:

格網應用推廣組組長

主持㆟:㆜亞㆗ 教授

Prof. Chin-Tzu Chen

Chairperson:

㆗國文化大㈻數位㆞球研究㆗心

Dean,College of

Prof. Koung-Ying Liu

Environment Design,

Dean,College of Science,

Chinese Culture University

Chinese Culture University

主持㆟:陳錦賜 教授

主持㆟:劉廣英 教授

㆗國文化大㈻環境設計㈻院院長

㆗國文化大㈻理㈻院院長

Room 801

Room 802

Room 803

Invited Speech (4)

Invited Speech (5)

Invited Speech (6)

Managing the Earth - Where is

The Goal and Strategy of

Digital Earth in a Virtual

the Boundary on Geo-imagery?

Green House Gas Emission

Reality Environment

Speaker: Tong Lim

Mitigation in Taiwan

Speaker: Charlie H. Chang

Business Development Manager,

Speaker:

ITVR Division Manager

ER MAPPER

Dr. Chea-Yuan Young

of National Center for

Chairperson:

Director General,

High-Performance

Prof. Kung-Hsien Wu

Department of Air Quality

Computing, NARL

Dean, College of Agriculture,

Protection and Noise Control

主講者: 張宏生組長

Chinese Culture University

Environmental Protection

國研院高速網路與

主持㆟:㆜亞㆗ 教授

Administration

計算㆗心㈾訊與視算組

㆗國文化大㈻數位㆞球研究㆗心

主講者:楊之遠博士

Chairperson:

環保署空污處處長

Prof. Koung-Ying Liu

Chairperson:

Dean,College of Science,

Prof. Chin-Tzu Chen

Chinese Culture University

Dean,College of Environment

主持㆟:劉廣英 教授

Design,Chines Culture University

㆗國文化大㈻理㈻院院長

主持㆟:陳錦賜 教授 ㆗國文化大㈻環境設計㈻院院長

10:20~10:40

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May 26, 2006 (Friday)

Contiunted

Time 10:40~11:20

Agenda Room 801

Room 802

Room 803

Invited Speech (7)

Invited Speech (8)

Invited Speech (9)

On-Demand Mapping at

The Web and Collaborative

Introduction of Taiwan

the Innovation Acceleration

Geospatial Mapping

Earthquake Loss

Centre (IAC) within Natural

Speaker:

Estimation System

Resources Canada (NRCAN)

Dr. Tyng-Ruey Chuang

Speaker: Dr. Chin-Hsun Yeh

Speaker: Rubia Chen

Deputy director , Institute

National Center for Research on

Director, RITI

of Information Science,

Earthquake Engineering, NARL

Technology Inc., Taiwan

Academia Sinica

主講者: 葉錦勳博士

主講者: 陳碧娥處長

主講者:莊庭瑞博士

國研院㆞震工程研究㆗心

銳俤科技股份㈲限公司

㆗央研究院

Chairperson:

Prof. Yea-Chung Ding

㈾訊科㈻所副所長

Prof. A. J. Chen

Director, Digital Earth

Chairperson:

Center for Space and

Research Center, Chinese

Prof. Shurn-Tzu Tasi

Remote Sensing Research

主持㆟:㆜亞㆗ 教授

Director, Center of Information

National Central University

㆗國文化大㈻數位㆞球研究㆗心

and Communication,

主持㆟:陳哲俊 教授

Chinese Culture University

㆗央大㈻太空及遙測研究㆗心教授

主持㆟:蔡順慈 教授 ㆗國文化大㈻㈾訊㆗心主任 11:20~12:00

Room 801

Room 802

Room 803

Invited Speech (10)

Invited Speech (11)

Invited Speech (12)

Hybrid Network (Wireless

Spatial Information Application

Establishment and

& Satellite) for Village

for Debris Flow Monitoring and

Development of Disaster

Resource Centers in India

Emergency Response Systems

Management Information

Speaker:

Speaker:

System

Dr. Satya Sai Prakash K.

Dr. Tien Yin Chou

Speaker: Prof. Feng-Tyan Lin

Associate Professor, Dept.

Director, GIS Center,

Director, Information

of CSE Director, Center

Feng Chia University

Division National Science

for Digital Earth Amrita

主講者:周㆝穎博士

& Technology Center for

Vishwa Vidyapeetham India

逢㆙大㈻㆞理㈾訊㆗心主任

Disaster Reduction, NARL

Chairperson:

Chairperson:

主講者: 林峰田教授

Prof. Yea-Chung Ding

Prof. Shurn-Tzu Tasi

國研院災害防救科技㆗心

Director, Digital Earth

Director, Center of Information

㈾訊組召集㆟

Research Center, Chinese

and Communication,

Chairperson:

Culture University

Chinese Culture University

Prof. A. J. Chen

主持㆟:㆜亞㆗ 教授

主持㆟:蔡順慈 教授

Center for Space and

㆗國文化大㈻數位㆞球研究㆗心

㆗國文化大㈻㈾訊㆗心主任

Remote Sensing Research National Central University 主持㆟:陳哲俊 教授 ㆗央大㈻太空及遙測研究㆗心教授

12:00~13:30

Lunch Break

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May 26, 2006 (Friday)

Contiunted

Time 13:30~14:50

Agenda Room 801

Room 802

Room 803

Room 901

Oral Session (9)

Oral Session (10)

Oral Session (11)

Oral Session (12)

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Implementation

Environment and

Humanities, Social

Humanities, Social

of Digital Earth

Natural Resources

Science and

Science and

Chairperson:

Chairperson:

Spatial Information

Spatial Information

Prof. Yi-Chung Wang

Prof. Chi Chuan Cheng

Chairperson:

Chairperson:

Director, Department

Dept. and Graduate

Prof. Sheng Hua Zheng

Prof. C.S. Stone Shih

of Forestry and

Institute of Landscape

Department of

Department

Nature Conservation

Architecture, Chinese

Geography, Chinese

of Sociology,

主持㆟:王義仲 教授

Culture University

Culture University

Soochow University

㆗國文化大㈻森林暨㉂然 主持㆟:鄭祈全 教授

主持㆟:鄭勝華 教授

主持㆟:石計生 教授

保育㈻系主任

㆗國文化大㈻景觀系

㆗國文化大㈻㆞理㈻系

Room 902

Room 903

Room 904

Room 905

Panel Discussion (1)

Panel Discussion (2)

Panel Discussion (3)

Panel Discussion (4)

The Strategy and

The Interdisciplinary

Map Development

Applications of

Approach for Taiwans'

Integration of GIS

and Application

High Performance

Engagement of GEOSS

and Social Sciences

in the Digital Era

Computing Systems

台灣參與GEOSS

㆞理㈾訊科㈻與

數位時㈹㆞圖之發展

高效能電腦之應用

㈩年執行計畫之

㆟文㈳會科際整合

Chairperson:

Chairpersonn:

策略與做法

Chairperson:

Prof. Ching-Der Shih

Prof. Jia-Yuh Yu

Chairperson:

Dr. I-Chun Fan

Taipei Municipal

Director, Department of

Prof. Tzu-How Chu

Research Fellow,

University of Education

Atmospheric Sciences,

Director, Spatial

The Institute of

主持㆟:石慶得教授

Chinese Culture

Information Research

History and Philology,

台北市立教育大㈻

University

Center, National

Academia Sinica

Mediator:

主持㆟:余嘉裕 教授

Taiwan University

主持㆟:范毅軍博士

Dr. Cheng-Hsiung Tseng ㆗國文化大㈻大氣科㈻系

主持㆟:朱子豪教授

㆗央研究院歷史

Director-General,

Mediator:

台灣大㈻空間㈾訊

語言研究所研究員

Chinese Cartographic

Prof. Shurn-Tzu Tasi

研究㆗心主任

Mediator:

Association

Director, Center

Mediator:

Dr. Bor-Wen Tsai

引言㆟:曾正雄博士

of Information and

Dr. Guey Shin Chang

Assistant Professor,

㆗華民國㆞圖㈻會理事長 Communication,

Director, Business

Department of

Chinese Culture

Development Division,

Geography, National

University

National Applied

Taiwan University

引言㆟: 蔡順慈博士

Research Laboratories

引言㆟: 蔡博文博士

㆗國文化大㈻㈾訊㆗心

引言㆟:張桂祥博士

台灣大㈻㆞理環境

國家實驗研究院

㈾源㈻系助理教授

東吳大㈻㈳會㈻系 14:00~14:50

業務推廣室主任 Coffee Break

14:50~15:10 15:10~16:30

Room 802 Digital Earth Forum Chairman: Dr. Tien-Rein Lee President , Chinese Culture University

16:40~18:00

Buo Ing Auditorium Classical Music Recital: Around the World in 80 Minutes

18:00~20:00

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高書屏、涂振邦

建構3D虛擬實境並進行㈾料庫連結初步之研究

Szu-Pyng Kao、

A Preliminary Study for Building 3D Virtual Reality Objects

Chen-Pang Tu

and Connecting with the Data Base

周立平、洪國俊、

手持式㆞理㈾訊系統之物件導向式軟體架構

陳俊㆗、劉俊易

An Object-Oriented Application Framework for Handheld GIS System

Li-Ping Chou、 Guo-Geng Hong、 Ging-Chun Cheng、 Ging-I Liu

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李振燾

空間㈾訊㈾料庫設計與實踐

Jenn-Taur Lee

Geospatial Database Design and Implementation

常健行

Rapid Mapping for Geo-spatial Imagery Using Automated Point Matching

Walk, Chien-Hsing, Chang

Technology

游豐吉、王韋力

Web-GIS引擎演進-以宜蘭遊憩生活網為例

Fong-Gee Yiu、

An Implementation of the Efficiency Improvement of the Performance of

Wei-Lee Wang

Web-GIS: A Case of Lan-Yang Recreation Website

葉惠㆗、藍永如、徐㆝佑

尺度效應與尺度轉換之研究

Hui-Chung Yeh、 Yung-Ju Lan、

Study on the Scale Effect and Scale Transformation

Tien-You Hsu

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陳伯銜、詹大千、陳啟川

應用GIS路網分析功能㈲效㆞利用㊩療㈾源之可行性初探

Xien, Po-Hsien, Chen、

Use Medical Resources More Efficiently by Using GIS Network Analyst

Ta-Chien, Chan、

Extension

Frank, Chi-Chuan, Chen 陳連福、高振源 8

Alfred Chen 、 Chen-Yuan Kao

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趙建雄 Chien-Hsiung Chao

"An Application of Digital Technology on Designing the Display Panel of a Non-store Vending Machine" 從空間符碼系統之使用看㆞㈴譯註的問題 On the Romanization of Chinese Place-names The Spatial Semantic View of Geographical Names

張志華、黃璽真、許嘉容

應用GRAPHER數化圖檔套疊分析

C. H. Chang、

Analysis on the Digitization Using GRAPHER to Overlay Figure

H. C. Huang、C. J. Hsu

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數位電子化技術應用於無㆟店舖㉂動販賣機面板設計之探討

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溫國忠、蔡心瑀

應用類神經網路於㉂畫像心理狀態關連性之研究---以梵谷為例

Kuo-Chung Wen、

Applying Artificial Neural Network to the Relevance of The Psychological

Hsin-Yu Tsai

Condition in Self-portraits - Vincent Van Gogh for Example

劉文龍 Wen-Long Liu

電子化政府之探討—以㈬利署公文G2B2C電子交換整合系統為例 Discussion e-Government—The Water Resources Agency e-Official-Document G2B2C Electronic Interchange Conformity System as an Example

郭㆗㆟、許碧芬

傳統園林設計語法架構初探

Chung-Jen Kuo、

The Exploration on Design Syntax for Tradition Chinese Landscape Design

Bi-Fen Shu

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溫國忠 、許志帆

大型量飯店避難安全效能模擬評估之研究

Kuo-Chung Wen、

A Simulation to Evaluate The Safety of Escape Efficiency in Hypermarket

Chih-Fan Hsu

Layout

李佳育

導入"RFID"系統對台灣物流業的衝擊

Chia Yu Li

Impacts of RFID System on Logistics in Taiwan

郭㆗㆟、王冠翔

傳統園林數位博物館的建置

Chung-Jen Kuo、Kuang-Shiang

The Construction of Digital Museum for Traditional Chinese Landscape

Wang

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溫國忠、林筱玲

建構臉部情緒指數於㆟物繪畫意境之研究

Kuo-Chung Wen、

Building Emotional Index of Expressions In Character Drawing:Fuzzy

Renee Lin

Membership Function Approach 應用碎形理論進行山㈬墨畫皴法之研究

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溫國忠、江錫聰 Kuo-Chung Wen、Shi-Tsung Jiang 林裕豐、呂㈭村、

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An Application of Fractal Dimension on Brushwork in Chinese Landscape Painting 氣候變遷可能對我民生經濟衝擊之探討

林得恩、陳俊㊚ Y. H Lin、M.C. Lu、 D. N. Lin、C. N. Chen

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吳孟㊪、傅鶴齡、

伺服致動器之實現並於可變葉面風力發電機應用之研究

林志和 Meng Tzong Wu、

Implement Servo Actuator for the Wind Turbine Generators Pitch Control

Ho-Ling Fu、Chz Ho Lin

Application

陳慧雯、林嘉豪、衷嵐焜、陳 防救災器材調度與動員路徑分析於㈬災防救㆞理㈾訊系統之應用

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奕靜 、周㆝穎

The Application of Shortest Path and Allocation Analysis For Flood Prevention

Hui-Wen Chen、Ka Hou Lin、

Web GIS

Lan-Kun Chung、Yi Ching Chen、 Tien-Yin Chou 王慈憶、陳建璋、陳朝圳 22

Tzu-Yi Wang、Jan-Chang Chen、 Chaur-Tzuhn Chen

應用SPOT衛星影像葉面積感測器繪製淡㈬河紅樹林㉂然保留區葉面 積指數分布圖 Using SPOT Satellite Image to Map the Mangrove Leaf Index of Tamsui River Mangrove Natural Reserve

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李崇誠、陳朝圳

南仁山㆞區欖仁溪永久樣區單㈭競爭指數之推估

Chung-Cheng Lee、Chau-Tzuhn

Estimating the Individual Tree Competition Index of Nanjenchi Permanent

Chen

Sample in Nanjenshan Area

胡文菖、郭㆗㆟

環境污染數位模擬平台之建置

Wen-Chang Hu 、Chung-Jen Kuo

The Establishment of a Environment Pollution Simulation Platform 不連續變形分析法在道路工程透㈬鋪面安全分析之應用

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詹添全、王獻德、張邦嵩

A Study on the Safety Analysis of the Water Infiltration Pavement of Road

Tian-Chyuan Chan、Shien-Der

Engineering Using DDA Method

Wang、Bong-Song Chang

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蔡光榮、劉明忠、陳蘭君

遙測衛星影像分析技術應用於台灣㆗部崩塌㆞區植生復育之變異分

Kuang-Jung Tsai, 、Ming-Zhong

Liu, 、

Application of Remote Sensing on the Revegetative Analysis of Landslide

Chen-Huang Chun

Stabilization in Central Taiwan

江陽聖、陳錕山、

以SPOT影像及數值高程模型進行崩塌㆞辨識

梁隆鑫、王志添

Landslide Identification Using SPOT Imagery and Digital Terrain Model

Yang-Sheng Chiang、 Kun-Shan Chen、Long-Shin Liang 、Chih-Tien Wang

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劉冠良、陳朝圳

以IKONOS衛星影像之樹冠陰影變異量化森林樹冠結構

Guan-Liang Liou、Chaur-Tzuhn

Using the Canopy Shadow Variation of IKONOS Satellite Data to Quantify

Chen

Forest Canopy Structure

劉致亨 、周㆝穎 C.H. Liu、Tien-Yin Chou

提升多雲影像之㈯㆞辨釋㈾訊之研究 The Study of Using Enhancement Shading Images for Landcover Information Recognition

徐㆝佑、劉崇治、林裕豐

由氣象衛星影像㈾料探討颱風之強弱變化

Tian-Yow Shyu、

The Estimation of Typhoon Strength form Satellite Data

C.C. Liu、Y.F. Lin

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溫國忠、黃聖凱

應用衛星影像與㆞面檢證進行都市㈯㆞使用碎形維度之研究

Kuo-Chung Wen、Sheng-Kai

Applying Remote Sensing Images and Ground Truth to Examining the Urban

Huang

Land Use by Fractal Dimension

陳微鈞、徐偉城、陳碧娥

應用物件導向式分類法於QuickBird捷鳥衛星影像之效能評估

Wei-Chun Chen、

Estimate Object-oriented Method in QuickBird Satellite Image Classification

Wei-Chen Hsu、PIE Chen

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王志添、陳錕山、

衛星雷達於洩油污染及時㈼測研究

曾吉暉、蔡偉凌

Near-Real Time Monitoring of Oil Spill using Satellite SAR

Chih-Tien Wang、 Kun-Shan Chen、 C.H.Cheng、 W.L. Tsai

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Keynote Speaker:Prof. David W. Rhind Vice-Chancellor of City University, London, UK Topic: Geographic Information System(GIS) and the Safety of Society 2006/5/25 9 : 45 ~10:30 Buo Ing Auditorium, Arts Center 8F, Chinese Culture University Chairperson: Prof. Chung-Hsin Yang Department of Handscape Architecture, Chinese Culture University

Prof. David W. Rhind is the Vice-Chancellor (President) of The City University in London. This is very focused on business and professional subjects such as management and leadership (the Cass Business School´s EMBA is ranked in the top few in the world), computing, law, engineering, health and social sciences. It has very strong links with the City of London. He is also Chairman of the Statistics Commission, a body set up by UK government reporting to Parliament on the quality and integrity of all British official statistics. Professor Rhind is also a member of a National Commission on risk and was the chair of another Commission which reviewed all the social sciences in Britain. Beginning his academic career as a physicist, he swiftly changed to the earth sciences and computing, being involved in computer-based mapping and GIS since the late 1960s. Amongst other leadership roles, he led the team building much of the first environmental information system for the European Union and many other GIS. His job prior to City University was as Director General and Chief Executive of Ordnance Survey, Britain´s national mapping organisation and a government department: his tenure included the digitisation of all 230,000 current maps and 500,000 historical ones and the initial stages of their conversion into structured data, as well as many joint ventures with commercial bodies. With three colleagues, he is the author of the world´s best selling GIS textbook ‘Geographical Information Systems and Science´ (Wiley, 2005). He was the first geographer elected to the British National Academy of Sciences (the Royal Society) for 50 years and is, almost uniquely, also a Fellow of the British Academy, the equivalent UK body for the social sciences and humanities.

Abstract: Geographic Information System(GIS) and the safety of society The talk addresses major threats to society natural and man-made and how GIS can help to reduce the risks and ameliorate their effects. It draws upon recent a recent World Bank review of disasters, US and UK work and experience in various parts of the world. It discusses the importance of the timeliness of relevant Geographic Information. Beyond that, however, it argues for a much closer integration and modelling of social science data as well as physical environment data. And it stresses the need to find ways of describing and prioritising threats and risks in language which is meaningful to senior decision-makers if Digital Earth practitioners are to be fully effective.

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Keynote Speaker:Prof. Tetsuya Sato Director-General of the Earth Simulator Center (JAMSTEC), Japan Topic: Future Becomes the World of No Longer Science Fiction but Science Reality 2006/5/25 10 : 30 ~11ďź&#x161;15 Buo Ing Auditorium, Arts Center 8F, Chinese Culture University Chairperson: Prof. Chung-Hsin Yang Department of Handscape Architecture, Chinese Culture University

Dr. Tetsuya Sato received the B. Electronics, the M. Electronics and the Doctor Electronics degrees from Kyoto University in 1963, 1965 and 1970, respectively. He joined Department of Physics, Kyoto University as research associate, Geophysics Research Laboratory, the University of Tokyo as Associate Professor, Institute for Fusion Theory, Hiroshima University as Professor, and Theory and Computer Simulation Center, National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS) as Professor and Director. He also served as Associate Director of NIFS. In 2002, he moved to the current position at the Earth Simulator Center of JAMSTEC. He worked at Aeronomy Laboratory of NOAA, Boulder, Colorado, USA as a NRC-NAS resident research associate in 1971-2 and one year at Max-Plank-Institute for Extraterristrische Physik, Garching, Germany, as an Alexander Von Humboldt stipendiat in 1972-1973. Also worked at Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton University as a Visiting Scientist, Bell Laboratories as a Visiting Scientist. He has devoted his whole research life to the development progress of simulation science. He received Nishina Memorială&#x20AC;&#x20AC;Award(1986), Computerworld Honors 21st Century Achievement Award(2003), Tokyo Creation Award(2004), John Dawson Prize(2005) and others.

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Keynote Speaker:Prof. Dr. Menno-Jan Kraak Head Geo-Information Processing Department at ITC (International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation),The Netherlands Topic: Maps and Global Events 2006/5/25 11 : 15 ~12:00 Buo Ing Auditorium, Arts Center 8F, Chinese Culture University Chairperson: Prof. Chung-Hsin Yang Department of Handscape Architecture, Chinese Culture University

Dr. Menno-Jan Kraak has a Doctors (PhD) degree in Cartography of Delft Technical University (1988). In 1981 he graduated in Cartography from Faculty of Geographical Sciences, Utrecht University (cum laude). After his compulsory army service (military geography) he started to work at Faculty of Geodesy, Delft University of Technology as (senior) lecturer in Cartography in 1983. In 1996 he started at ITC as professor in Geovisualization. In 1998 an additional appointment followed as professor in New visualization techniques at Department of Earth Sciences, Utrecht University. Currently he is head of ITC´s Geo-Information Processing Department. Through his work he has been involved in international projects, consulting missions. He wrote more than 200 scientific publications on cartography and GIS. His most visible publications are three books on aspect of cartography: Cartography, visualization of geospatial data (with Ormeling), Webcartography, developments and prospects (editor with Brown), and Exploring Geovisualization (with Dykes and MacEachren). He has been president of the Netherlands Cartographic Society, and is currently board member of this of the new Society of Geo-Information Netherlands. He is active in the International Cartographic Association (National Delegate and chair of the Commission on Visualisation and Virtual Environments).

Abstract: Maps and Global Events Abstract: The frequency of natural and man-made disasters seems to increase. The world is continuously struck by events such as earth quakes, spread of bird flu, flooding, large storms etc. When studying these events people wonder why these events happen. Can we avoid them or what can be done to limit their effects? In answering these questions maps can help. They cannot only display, analyze, and explore the spatial component of the events but are also useful in studying their effects over time. This is possible because today´s map is no longer the map as many of us know it. Although its traditional role to ‘present´ is recognized and still very valuable, the map should also be seen as flexible interface to geospatial data. Maps offer interaction with the data behind the visual representation and additionally maps are instruments that encourage exploration. As such they are used to stimulate (visual) thinking about geospatial patterns, relationships, and trends. The context where maps like this operate is the world of Geovisualization. Here methods and techniques from disciplines like cartography, scientific visualization, image analysis, information visualization, exploratory data analysis, visual analytics, and GIScience are combined. This contribution will demonstrate how the different mapping techniques can highlight and explain the temporal component of the events. Next to animation the interactive environment of dynamically linked views with different visualizations will be discussed. The 4 th Taipei International Conference on Digital Earth

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Speaker: Dr. Narimah Samat Senior Lecturer, Geography Section, School of Humanities, University Sains Malaysia, Malaysia Topic: Geographic Information Systems Applications in Urban Land Use Planning in Malaysia 2006/5/26 9 : 00 ~9:40 Room 801 , Athletic Center 8F, Chinese Culture University Chairperson: Prof. Kung-Hsien Wu Dean, College of Agriculture, Chinese Culture University

Dr. Narimah Samat is a senior lecturer at Geography Section, School of Humanities, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia.. Her current research is on calibrating the performance of GIS-based Cellular Automata spatial model, and GIS and social economic applications. Her recent paper titled “Characterizing the Scale Sensitivity of the Cellular Automata Simulated Urban Growth” has been accepted for publication in Computers, Environment and Urban Systems. She is one of key researchers, who actively involved in developing spatio-temporal urban models for predicting and evaluating urban growth in Malaysia. In addition, she is also involved in modeling historical changes of state boundary of Sarawak, Borneo. Dr. Narimah Samat has a B.Sc (Geography/Mathematics) from southwest Texas State University, Texas, Usa, M.A from School of Humanities, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang. She was awarded a three years commonwealth fellowship award to conduct her research at School of Geography, University of Leeds.

Abstract: Geographic Information Systems Applications in Urban Land Use Planning in Malaysia Over the past forty years Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have been used in many planning applications ranging from daily administrative operations to strategic planning functions such as evaluating socio-economic data in land use allocation tasks. This technology has various functions that can be used in dealing with spatial problems such as urban planning and management issues. It is useful in assisting planners, decision makers and the community to efficiently respond to challenges, plan successful future and improve service delivery. Although GIS has become a common planning tool in many western developed nations, its application in many developing nations is still limited. This paper highlights the applications of GIS in urban land use planning Malaysia. It will focus on GIS applications by local government authorities; evaluate the role of local universities such as Universiti Sains Malaysia in conducting research on GIS applications; and discuss the future direction of GIS applications in land use planning in Malaysia.

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Speaker: Dr. Kwong Fai Andrew Lo Chairman, Dept. of Natural Resources, Chinese Culture University

盧光輝博士 ㆗國文化大㈻㈯㆞㈾源㈻系主任 Topic: Rainwater Harvesting and Its Ecological Benefits in Global Water Crisis 雨㈬利用與㈬㈾源危機之生態效益 2006/5/26 9 : 00 ~9:40 Room 802 , Athletic Center 8F, Chinese Culture University Chairperson:Prof. Chin-Tzu Chen Dean,College of Environment Design,Chinese Culture University

Prof. Kwong Fai Andrew Lo is the Chairperson and Professor in the Department of Natural Resources, Chinese Culture University. He received his PhD degree in Agronomy and Soil Science at the University of Hawaii. His research specialization and interest is in erosion processes, watershed management, sediment transport/ nutrient flow, air pollution assessment, environmental pollution controls, rainwater utilization and climatic changes. He has presented over 20 invited papers and 40 offered papers before scientific societies, and over 50 invited presentations at technical conferences and workshops. He has organized many international conferences and convened special sessions in many international forums. The most recent one is in the 4th World Water Forum in Mexico City on the topic: Ecological management and Rainwater Catchment Systems. Over the years, he has put out over 100 publications and received the Best Research Article award from the Soil and Water Conservation Society in America in 1996. Prof. Kwong Fai Andrew Lo has been actively involved in promoting rainwater utilization worldwide for over 2 decades. He helped organized the 1st (Hawaii) and the 5th (Taiwan) International Conference on Rainwater Catchment Systems. He has given training courses in rainwater utilization and harvesting in Taiwan, Iran and China. He also served 2 years as Treasurer, 6 years as Vice President and 4 years as President in the International Rainwater Catchment Systems Association (IRCSA). Since 2005, he becomes the Honorary President of IRCSA.

Abstract: Rainwater Harvesting and Its Ecological Benefits in Global Water Crisis In most urban areas, supplying adequate water to meet ever-increasing population water demand and to ensure equity access to water is the most urgent and significant challenges faced by most decision-makers. There are two solutions to satisfy sustainable freshwater management: (1) finding alternate or additional water resources, and (2) utilizing the limited available water resources efficiently. Up till now much effort has been focused on the first option and only limited attention has been given to the second choice. Among the various alternative technologies to augment freshwater resources, rainwater harvesting is a decentralized, ecologically sound solution, which can avoid many environmental problems, associated with centralized, conventional, large-scale project approaches.Rainwater harvesting is a technology used for collecting and storing rainwater for human use from rooftops, land surfaces or rock catchments using simple techniques such as jars and pots as well as engineered techniques. Rainwater harvesting has been practiced for more than 4,000 years. It is an important water source in many areas with significant rainfall but lacking conventional, centralized supply system. It is also a good option in areas where good quality fresh surface water or groundwater is lacking. Appropriate application of rainwater harvesting technology is a feasible solution for global water crisis.

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Speaker: Dr. Fang-Pang Lin Manager, Grid Application Division in National Center for High-Performance Computing, NARL, Deputy Chair of Pacific Rim Applications & Grid Middleware Assembly

林芳邦博士 國研院高速網路與計算㆗心格網應用推廣組詛長 寰太平洋應用與格網㆗介軟體國際會議副主席 Topic: GeoGrid: Construct a Cyberinfrastructure for Environmental Study and Practice 建置㆞球科㈻與環境研究與實務之㈾訊網路基礎設施 2006/5/26 9 : 00 ~9:40 Room 803 , Arts Center 8F, Chinese Culture University Chairperson:Prof. Koung-Ying Liu Dean,College of Science,Chinese Culture University Dr. Fang-Pang Lin is the Grid Application Division Manager in National Center for High Performance Computing (NCHC). He is one of key developers for developing a national cyber-infrastructure, namely Knowledge Innovation National Grid (KING). He initiated the Ecogrid project within PRAGMA as well as within KING to overarch international collaboration and extended development of KING for the year of 2003. His recent major efforts include Grid-based Lake Metabolism research and Telescience in PRAGMA, World Wide Meta computing with HLRS, Germany and workflow model with AIAI, Edinburgh University, UK. He also assumed the deputy Chair of PRAGMA since Mar, 2005. Dr Fang-Pang Lin has been working on unstructured grid methods for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) for more than a decade. His interests include multigrid methods, unstructured grid mesh generation, optimal design, multi-disciplinary numerical simulation and scientific visualization. His interest has been extended to advanced visualization, parallel and distributed computing and grid computing in recent years. Dr. Fang-Pang Lin obtained his PhD in University of Wales at Swansea, UK. He worked in Rolls-Royce University Computing Center in Oxford University as a research scientist after one-year postdoctoral research in Swansea. He joined NCHC in Oct., 1997 and has been working in numerical simulation and software engineering regarding application integration.

Abstract: GeoGrid: Construct a Cyberinfrastructure for Environmental Study and Practice NCHC initiated a four year national grid project at 2003, namely Knowledge Innovation National Grid (KING). The project couples a new network Taiwan Research and Educational Network (TWAREN) to upgrade the backbone of Taiwan academic research network with optical fibers circuited around the island. The twin projects enable an advanced Cyberinfrastructure (CI) be constructed for applications that cannot be done otherwise, such as scientific applications that require large computing and storage resources all at a time, and/or near real-time observation and analysis. This requirement is in particular obvious in Environmental issues, which always involve geographical distributed information to be synthesized with. NCHC´s involvement in this regard includes Grid applications for Ecological research, Flood Monitoring and CFD simulation. Further applications include those in Agriculture and remote sensing. Better understand is obtained via these works. Our results also suggested further synthesis of information is required to have better insight, hence more impact. GeoGrid is planned to achieve such a goal.

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Speaker: Tong Lim Business Development Manager, ER MAPPER

Topic: Managing the Earth - Where is the Boundary on Geo-Imagery? 2006/5/26 9:40~10:20 Room 801 , Arts Center 8F, Chinese Culture University Chairperson: Prof. Kung-Hsien Wu Dean, College of Agriculture, Chinese Culture University

Tong Lim received his first bachelor degree in Computer and Mathematical Sciences from the University of Western Australia in 1994. After graduation, he worked in Singapore and Malaysia for a couple of years as an Analyst Programmer. In 1997, Mr. Lim returned to Australia and underwent a GIS/Cartography course at Curtin University in Western Australia. Having received his second degree in Cartography, he took up an opportunity to work for the Fire and Emergency Services Authority (FESA) of Western Australia as a GIS officer. His primary responsibility in FESA was to maintain and provide up-to-date geospatial information to personnel within the organization and the public. In 2000, Mr. Lim joined ER Mapper as a Business Development Manager focusing on introducing the cutting edge imagery technology to the Asia region. Over the past 6 years, he has built up a strong network and knowledgebase in the spatial sector in the Asia region. Mr. Lim appointed many OEM partners and distributors in North and South-east Asia countries. He has worked on several large-scale projects with his local partners in Asia to provide ER Mapper´s world leading Enterprise Geospatial Imagery Solutions.

Abstract: Managing the Earth - Where is the Boundary on Geo-Imagery? As the internet and broadband era moves on, leaders in geo-spatial technologies are coming up with more and more tools and applications to make information as transparent as possible. There is almost no limitation and no constraints on what one can do. Land governing organizations around the world are making full use of today's spatial technology to manage their land. Many land planning organizations have publicly published high resolution satellite and aerial photographs in their websites, some with commercial applications to sell the information and data to the public via e-commerce facilities. In the same time, Google Earth has made a big impaction how government agencies treat their imagery data. What is the point of keeping imagery data as confidential information, where anyone anywhere can look into your backyard anytime at no cost.

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Speaker: Dr. Chea-Yuan Young, Director General, Department of Air Quality Protection and Noise Control, Environmental Protection Administration (EPA), R.O.C.

楊之遠博士 行政院環保署空氣品質保護及噪音管制處 處長 Topic: The Goal and Strategy of Green House Gas Emission Mitigation in Taiwan 溫室氣體減量目標及策略 2006/5/25 10 : 30 ~11:15 Room 802 , Athletic Center 8F, Chinese Culture University Chairperson:Prof. Chin-Tzu Chen Dean,College of Environment Design,Chinese Culture University

Education: Ph.D in Graduate Institute of Agronomy, National Taiwan University.

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Speaker: Charlie H. Chang ITVR Division Manager of National Center for High-Performance Computing, NARL

張宏生組長 國研院高速網路與計算㆗心 ㈾訊與視算組 Topic: Visualization for Digital Earth in a Virtual Reality Environment - 虛擬實境㆗的數位㆞球㈾訊 2006/5/26 9 : 40 ~10:20 Room 803 , Arts Center 8F, Chinese Culture University Chairperson:Prof. Koung-Ying Liu Dean,College of Science,Chinese Culture University

Charlie H. Chang graduated from Iowa State University in 1989. He is currently the manager of the ITVR division at the National Center for High-performance Computing. His research interests include Computer Graphics, Volume Rendering, Medical Imaging and Large Terrain Data Visualization. His team, Visualization and Interactive Media Lab (VIML), has been working on large terrain navigation system since 2002.

Abstract: Visualization for Digital Earth in a Virtual Reality Environment In 2002, our team was initiating a project to build a tool kit that would speed up the process to deliver the visualization service to our customers. It would be easier if we had a specific application to start up with. This specific application had to have large data to be visualized.

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Speaker: Rubia Chen Director, RITI Technology Inc., Taiwan

陳碧娥處長 銳科技股份㈲限公司 Topic: On-Demand Mapping at the Innovation Acceleration Centre (IAC) within Natural Resources Canada (NRCAN) 2006/5/26 10 : 40 ~11:20 Room 801 , Arts Cewnter 8F, Chinese Culture University Prof. Yea-Chung Ding Director, Digital Earth Research Center, Chinese

Company Overview PCI Geomatics is an image-centric geospatial solutions company, with over 20 years experience making software that turns images into information. With the release of Geomatica X in early 2006, PCI Geomatics provided new product lines built around modular automation, enterprise solutions and OEM integration.

Abstract: Trends in GeoSpatial Automation for Disaster Mitigation The need for automation in image processing in resource, security, planning and other applications is continually increasing. How can these demands be met? Critical time sensitive projects require fast, efficient processing of thousands of images and relevant geospatial information, providing critical information about our cities, our natural resources, our transportation, our climate, and more. In a way that traditional maps cannot, these images provide detail and context that is central to our understanding of our planet, our lives, and our future.

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Speaker: Dr. Tyng-Ruey Chuang Deputy director , Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

莊庭瑞博士 ㆗央研究院㈾訊科㈻所副所長 Topic: The Web and Collaborative Geospatial Mapping 全球㈾訊網與㆞理空間的㈿同勘查 2006/5/26 10 : 40 ~11:20 Room 802 , Arts Center 8F, Chinese Culture University Chairperson:Prof. Shurn-Tzu Tasi Director, Center of Information and Communication, Chinese Culture University

Tyng-Ruey Chuang is an associate research fellow at the Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica (IIS/AS), Taipei, Taiwan. His research areas include functional programming, programming languages, XML and Web technologies, and social implications of information technologies. He received his PhD degree in Computer Science from the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, and his BS degree in Computer Science from National Taiwan University. He leads the open geo-spatial information team at IIS/AS, and is the project lead of Creative Commons Taiwan.

Abstract: The Web and Collaborative Geospatial Mapping The Web is increasingly the place where people interact online. We envision a Web where people participate at a global scale for the exploration of Geospatial places by means of individual and collective enrichment of the places with information. We call this collaborative Geospatial mapping. We propose a basis for place-based collaborations by addressing four issues in the representation of places on the Web: granularity, naming, time, and interaction. A prototype, called Web3P, has been built to experiment with various design elements and implementation techniques to further facilitate a collaborative Geospatial mapping process.

This presentation is a joint work of the open geo-spatial information team at the Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.

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Speaker: Dr. Chin-Hsun Yeh National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering, NARL,

葉錦勳博士 國研院㆞震工程研究㆗心 Topic: Introduction of Taiwan Earthquake Loss Estimation System 台灣㆞震損失評估系統之簡介 2006/5/26 10:40~11:20 Room 803, Arts Center 8F, Chinese Culture University Chairperson:Prof. A. J. Chen Center for Space and Remote Sensing Research National Central University

Dr. Chin-Hsun Yeh received his Ph.D in civil engineering, University of Illinois-Urbana in 1989. He is currently a research fellow and head of Disaster Simulation Division of the Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering, NARL. His major research interests include earthquake loss estimation, risk assessment, data processing and software development. He develops Taiwan Earthquake Loss Estimation System (TELES) which is integrated with geographic information system and has been used in various fields of seismic disaster reduction and early loss estimation.

Abstract: Introduction of Taiwan Earthquake Loss Estimation System The National Science Council of Taiwan started HAZ-Taiwan project in 1998 to promote researches on seismic hazard analysis, structural damage assessment, and socio-economic loss estimation. The associated application software, "Taiwan Earthquake Loss Estimation System (TELES)", integrates various inventory database and analysis modules to fulfill three objectives. First, it helps to obtain reliable estimates of seismic hazards and losses soon after occurrence of large earthquakes. Second, it helps to simulate earthquake scenarios and to provide useful estimates for local governments or public sectors to propose their seismic disaster reduction plans. Third, it helps to provide catastrophic risk management tools, such as proposing the seismic insurance policy for residential buildings. This presentation focuses on the development and application of analysis modules used in early loss estimation module. The related analysis modules include assessments of ground motion intensity, soil liquefaction potential, building damage and casualty.

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Speaker: Dr. Satya Sai Prakash K. Associate Professor, Dept. of CSE Director, Center for Digital Earth Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham India Topic: Hybrid Network (Wireless & Satellite) for Village Resource Centers in India 2006/5/26 11 : 20 ~12:00 Room 801 , Arts Center 8F, Chinese Culture University Prof. Yea-Chung Ding Director, Digital Earth Research Center, Chinese

Satya Sai Prakash K. received his Ph.D in Computer Science & Engineering, from Indian Institute of Technology Madras in 2005. He is currently serving as associate professor in the department of Computer Science & Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India. He also holds the additional responsibility as the Director of Center for Digital Earth. His current research interests include Wireless Sensor Networks, Multimedia Search, Enterprise Security, Remote Sensing and Real-time Systems. He is a member of ACM, IEEE, CSI and ISCA. Dr. Sai Prakash is also a management graduate (MBA). After his masters in technology he worked in academia as well as industry for 3 years before pursuing PhD. He was conferred Infosys fellowship for the first 2 years of his research tenure.

Abstract: Hybrid Network (Wireless & Satellite) for Village Resource Centers in India Village Resource Centers are established to take the fruits of ICT to the doorsteps of the rural India. VRC is a resource/knowledge hub established in a typical village that caters to about 10,000 people. Typical services provided are conventional education as well as non-conventional education, medical expertise, agro-based advisory services, access to e-governance, traditional and technical computer literacy and usage of web based services. VRC framework consists of two components viz. Expert Centers and Village Resource Centers. Expert centers are located in a few cities where they have expertise in an area such as education, health, farming or remote sensing. We have one expert center established at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham to cater to the education oriented services and medical expert center is established at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences. All these centers connected with the satellite network provided by Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). Our VRC network is unique as it has a tripartite partnership: AMRITA, ISRO a Governemt of India organization and various Multi-National Companies (MNC) such as HP, Cognizant, Oracle, CISCO etc. In this paper we give the detailed description of the VRC network, our technical and social experiences in setting-up such an intricate and ambitious network and the useful outcome. We also present the statistics on the usage pattern, per-program based usage and the most wanted programs. Keywords: Tele-education, Tele-medicine, Tele-fisheries, Remote Sensing, Self-Help Group (SHG)

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Speaker: Dr. Tien-Yin Chou Director, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Research Center, Feng Chia University

周㆝穎 教授 逢㆙大㈻㆞理㈾訊系統研究㆗心主任 Topic:Spatial Information Application for Debris Flow Monitoring and Emergency Response Systems 空間㈾訊於㈯石流㈼測及緊急應變系統之應用 2006/5/26 11:20 ~12:00 Room 802 , Arts Center 8F, Chinese Culture University Chairperson:Prof. Shurn-Tzu Tasi Director, Center of Information and Communication, Chinese Culture University

Dr. Chou graduated from the National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan and obtained doctorate from the Department of Resources Development, Michigan State University. Dr. Chou´s sphere of expertise includes source conservation, Geographic Information System, Remote Sensing and Land Management. Have held research and teaching assistantship positions in the Michigan State University and the National Chung Hsing University, respectively. Presently, Dr. Chou is the head of the Geographic Information Systems Research Center in Feng Chia University, Taiwan. The Research Center conducts a wide range of GIS projects ranging from resource management, hazard monitoring, e-learning, GPS, Visualization etc. The GIS Research Center at FCU was the first in Taiwan to be formally approved by the Ministry of Education. From humble beginning almost a decade ago, today the GIS Research Center is a premier organization for GIS research and also serves as one of national disaster mitigation centers. The center got several patents for advanced navigational systems as well as high technologies performance software package and also got the ISO certification. Being a Professor in FCU, Dr. Chou also supervises graduate and doctoral students, and teaches courses pertaining to GIS science, Land management, and resources management.

Abstract: Spatial Information Application for Debris Flow Monitoring and Emergency Response Systems Taiwan is facing recurring natural threats in the form of earthquakes, debris flows, and typhoons. Disaster mitigation and prevention efforts necessarily involve studying such phenomena and analyzing the pertinent data. In a significant endeavor, the government has collaborated with university to constitute monitoring stations that facilitate data procurement and also aid emergency response. These monitoring stations distributed across the length and breadth of Taiwan are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities including rain gauges, wire sensors, CCD cameras, ultra sound water level, and geophones. A whole range of useful data collected using these devices is relayed to the data collection and transmission centers, from where they are sent to relevant authorities and decision-makers. This paper discusses in detail the constitution and functioning of such monitoring stations and concurrently discusses the application of such tools at specific locations. This presentation also dwells into the debris flow event triggered by the Mindulle typhoon and provides experimental and analytical results. Finally, the paper discusses the application of 3 dimensional technologies to simulate and study the debris flow phenomena and facilitate emergency response.

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Speaker: Prof. Feng-Tyan Lin Director Information Division National Science & Technology Center for Disaster Reduction, NARL

林峰田教授 國研院災害防救科技㆗心㈾訊組召集㆟ 台灣大㈻建築與城鄉研究所教授 Topic: Establishment and Development of Disaster Management Information System - 災害管理㈾訊系統之建置與發展 2006/5/26 11: 20 ~12:00 Room 803, Arts Center 8F, Chinese Culture University Chairperson:Prof. A. J. Chen Center for Space and Remote Sensing Research National Central University

Dr. Feng-Tyan Lin, born in Tainan, Taiwan, 1956, is a professor, of the Graduate Institute of Building and Planning, National Taiwan University. He obtained his bachelor degree in engineering (urban planning) at National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan, in 1977. He also obtained his master and Ph.D. degrees in computer science at Northwestern University, USA, in 1986 and 1989, respectively. Prof. Lin´s research has focused on information cities and computer theories which can be applied to urban planning and architectural design. He has published more than one hundred journal and conference papers, and consulted by the national government and various local governments of Taipei city, Kaoshiung city, Taipei county, Taichung city, etc. for establishing their geographical information systems. He was the director of of the Graduate Institute of Building and Planning, National Taiwan University(1999-2005), the president of Chinese Geographical Information Society(2001-2004), a superintendent of the Taiwan Institute of Urban Planning, a committee member of Regional Planning, Ministry of Interior, Taiwan.

Abstract: Establishment and Development of Disaster Management Information System Due to the particular geographical location and geological conditions, Taiwan suffers from many natural hazards, such as typhoons, flooding, landslides, land debris, and earthquakes, which often cause series property damages and even life losses. Although it is almost impossible to avoid the occurrence of disasters and completely recoup the damage caused by natural hazards, the sufferings and risks can be minimized by developing suitable strategies for disaster management, such as the developing of early warning systems, realizing of the pre-disaster developmental plans, implementing of disaster preparedness and emergency response, etc. The general process of early warning against natural hazards involves real-time disaster information collections, compilations, interpretations, analyses, predictions, illustrations and decision making. Monitors and detectors have to be installed to collect the disaster information real time. Databases and mathematical hazard models are employed and integrated to process and analyze the hazards information. It may be observed that advancement of information technology in the form of internet, Geographic Information System (GIS), remote sensing and satellite communication can help a great deal in planning and implementation of early warning. For example, GIS using a variety of modeling techniques is used to analyze the large volume of data needed for the hazard and risk assessment and awareness in disaster prevention phase. It can also allow making available the risk maps and carrying out some basic scenario analysis. In preparedness phase, GIS is widely used for the integration of hazard maps with other relevant basic data in the design of disaster warning system.

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In Taiwan, a decision support system for early warning (DSSEW) based on GIS technology was developed for preparedness and response of typhoon hazards. This system is based on the Web-GIS framework that the disaster information can be distributed via internet technology. When typhoon is coming, this DSSEW is used to integrate real-time monitoring information, hazard models and graphical user interfaces to analyze and manage the disaster information such as the current position and possible path of typhoon, the spatial distribution of rainfalls, and potential areas of flooding, landslides and debris flows. The results of hazard analysis and warning messages are then delivered to the National Emergency Operations Center (NEOC) and help the commanders to make the right decisions in disaster preparedness and response phases. In this paper, some case studies using the developing DSSEW for typhoon events are examined. Issues of system implementation and promotion and strategies to overcome the difficulties of early warning systems are also discussed. In addition, based on the e-government and e-Taiwan projects, a framework of common platform is also proposed to share the data and information for disaster management. Following the exchange standard guidelines proposed by ISO and OGC, the practical exchange standards, such as XML or GML-based hazard maps exchange standards, can be set up for emergency management organizations which can share data and information systems smoothly. Furthermore, the data and information can be actively distributed by web services technology. The information of early warning including the potential areas of inundation, and the locations of landslope and debris flows can be provided to central and local government departments by the Web-Service/XML technologies.

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