Wen-Jean Hsueh devotes herself to the cross-disciplinary innovation of technology and humanity. She was co-founder and general director of Creativity Laboratory at the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) 2004-2013, leading cross- disciplinary teams to explore unique human-centric values.
She often plays the role of vanguard. She became the first technology vice president of National Taiwan University of Arts in 2016; was the first female member elected to the board of directors of Chinese Institute of Engineers in 2012 after 101 years; was the first speaker from Taiwan at the Ars Electronica Forum of Linz, Austria in 2006; pioneered 3D camera and 3D display research at ITRI 1996-2003.
She directed several national interactive technology expos by integrating technology, design, marketing, and the arts, which cultivated numerous creative talents and integrators. Her 12-year work as change agent to stimulate technology R&D organization and the industry is pioneering by worldwide standards.
Wen-Jean Hsueh received PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology in 1993, and BS in Agricultural Machinery Engineering from National Taiwan University in 1987. Her technical expertise lies in the field of digital imaging and opto-electronic systems, extending to the management of creativity and innovation. Before returning to Taiwan, she participated in the development of monitoring & diagnostics expert systems for Power Generation, Aircraft Engines, and Motors at GE Corporate R&D.
Personal official website https://creativity-not.blogspot.tw/