Conference Program APCBSS ACEI APCLSE

Conference Program
Taipei, Taiwan
November , 2014
APCBSS
Asia -Pacific Conference on Business & Social Science
ACEI
Annual Conference on Education Innovation
APCLSE
Asia-Pacific Conference on Life Science and Engineering
CEAASC
Global Civil Engineering & Applied Science Conference
APCBSS
Asia -Pacific Conference on Business & Social Science
ISBN: 978-986-90263-0-7
ACEI
Annual Conference on Education Innovation
ISBN: 978-986-90052-0-3
APCLSE
Asia-Pacific Conference on Life Science and Engineering
ISBN: 978-986-90052-9-6
CEAASC
Global Civil Engineering & Applied Science Conference
ISBN: 978-986-900052-3-4
Content
General Information for Conference Participants ............................................................... 2
Conference Organization ............................................................................................................. 4
APCBSS International Committee Board ........................................................................ 4
ACEI International Committee Board .............................................................................. 6
APCLSE International Committee Board ........................................................................ 7
CEAASC International Committee Board ........................................................................ 8
Conference Schedule ....................................................................................................................10
Conference Venue Information .................................................................................................12
Keynote Speech-Social Sciences ................................................................................................13
Keynote Speech-Natural Sciences ............................................................................................15
Oral Sessions ..................................................................................................................................16
Business & Economics/Marketing & Management/Banking & Finance .........16
Chemical Engineering / Environmental Science/ Room 401 ..............................18
Psychology / Communication & Society .....................................................................19
Civil Engineering I...............................................................................................................21
Education ...............................................................................................................................22
Civil Engineering II .............................................................................................................24
Education & Culture ...........................................................................................................25
Life Science / Biology / Biomedical Engineering .....................................................26
Politics & Law .......................................................................................................................27
Applied Science / Electrical Engineering/Electrical and Electronic
Engineering ...........................................................................................................................28
Poster Sessions ..............................................................................................................................30
Life Science / Chemical Engineering / Material Science and Engineering /
Civil Engineering / ..............................................................................................................30
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General Information for Conference Participants
Information and Registration
The Registration and Information Desk will be situated in The Howard Plaza Hotel
Taipei on the fourth floor, and will be open at the following times:
Friday, November 21, 2014 (08:15-12:00)
Saturday, November 22, 2014 (08:15-16:30)
Parallel Sessions
Parallel Sessions will run on November 21 and 22. Sessions are usually 90 minutes in
length.
Presentations and Equipment
All presentation rooms are equipped with a screen, an LCD projector, and a laptop
computer installed with PowerPoint software. You will be able to insert your USB flash
drive into the computer and double click on your presentation to open it in PowerPoint.
We recommend that you bring two copies of your presentation in case of one fails. You
may also link your own laptop computer to the projector cable, however if you use your
own Mac please ensure you have the requisite connector.
A Polite Request to All Participants
Participants are requested to arrive in a timely fashion for all addresses, whether to their
own, or to those of other presenters. Presenters are reminded that the time slots
should be divided fairly and equally between the number of presentations, and that they
should not overrun. The session chair is asked to assume this timekeeping role.
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Poster Sessions & Poster Requirements
Materials Provided by the Conference Organizer:
1. X-frame display & Base Fabric Canvases (60cm×160cm)
2. Adhesive Tapes or Clamps
Materials Prepared by the Presenters:
1. Home-made Poster(s)
Requirement for the Posters:
1.
Material: not limited, can be posted on the canvases
2.
Size: 60cm*160cm
A 60cm*160cm Poster Illustrates
1.Wider than 60cm (left)
the research findings.
2.Copy of PowerPoint Slides in A4 papers (right)
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Conference Organization
APCBSS International Committee Board
A.J.W. Taylor
Victoria University of Wellington
Allen John
The Open University
Ann Salmonson
University of Alberta
Bishnu Mohan Dash
University of Delhi
Christian C.P. Wolff
University of Luxembourg
Christina Hong-Joe
Queensland University of Technology
Daniele Massaccesi
University College Cork
Debra Friedman
Arizona State University
Durrishah Idrus
University Technology Malaysia
Edward Erwin
University of Miami
Elesa Argent
London Metropolitan University
Gabriele Ciampini
University of Florence
Gad Barzilai
University of Washington
Gobi Krishna Sinniah
University Technology Malaysia
Ha In Bong
Kyungpook National University
Haskins Laboratories
Yale University
Hassan Abbas
Columbia University
Hui Tak-Kee
National University of Singapore
Jaco Greeff Brink
Stellenbosch University
Jennifer Chan Kim Lian
University Malaysia Sabah
Jiri Preis
University of West Bohemia
Jolanta Babiuch-luxmoore
Oxford Brookes University
Keya Sengupta
Indian Institute of Management
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Khalachuchi Flores
Southwestern University
Lee Byung Hyuk
University of Seoul
Leela Pradhan
Tribhuvan University Kathmandu
Li-Ling Yang
Roger Williams University
Maria A. Batishcheva
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Md. Ghulam Murtaza
Khulna University
Mythili K.
Seshadripuram Evening Degree College
Napaporn Srichanyachon
Bangkok University
Ng Sin Huei
INTI International University
Noorhayati Mansor
University Malaysia Sabah
Otávio Bueno
University of Miami
Ö zlem AVCI
Uşak University
Rajeshwari Nagaraj Kenchappanavar
Karnatak Arts College
Sajid Anwar
University of the Sunshine Coast
Sakina Riaz
University of Karachi
Sam S. Gill
San Francisco State University
Theeraphong Bualar
Silpakorn University
Tirelo Modie-Moroka
University of Botswana
Ying Xing
China University of Political Science and Law
Zhao Qiuyan
Beijing Normal University
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ACEI International Committee Board
Khalid M. Mosalam
University of California
Chueerat Jaruskulchai
Kasetsart University
M. Cheralathan
SRM University
J N Bandyopadhyay
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
S. Dhar
University of Calcutta
Poongothai Shankar
Annamalai University
Amit Agrawal
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Cheng Li
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
T.M. Indra Mahlia
University of Malaya
Kunal Ghosh
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
Narayanan Kulathuramaiyer
University of Sarawak Malaysia
Arup K. Sarma
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
Suresh K Bhargava
School of Applied Sciences
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APCLSE International Committee Board
Ahmad Zuhairi Abdullah
Universiti Sains Malaysia
Fadzilah Adibah Abdul Majid
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Mohd Farid bin Atan
University of Sarawak Malaysia
Sue-Joan, Chang
National Cheng Kung University
Yen-Chung, Chang
National Tsing Hua University
Yun-Peng, Chao
Feng Chia University
Pei-Jen, Chen
National Taiwan University
H.M. El-Shora
Mansoura University
I Ming Hsing
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shang-Da, Huang
National Tsing Hua University
Bing Joe Hwang
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Kondabagil K
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Sungjee Kim
Sungkyunkwan University
Li-Fen, Lei
National Taiwan University
Yunsheng, Lou
Nanjing University of Information Science and
Technology
Mihir Kumar Purkait
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
Chung-Sung, Tan
National Tsing Hua University
Tewin Tencomnao
Chulalongkorn University
S.K. Tripathi
Indian Institute of Technology Poorkee
Henry N.C. Wong
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Yusri b. Yusup
Universiti Sains Malaysia
Hasan Akhtar Zaidi
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
Mu-Song Chen
Da-Yeh University
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CEAASC International Committee Board
Yong-Won Seo
Chung-Ang University
Khalid M. Mosalam
University of California
Chueerat Jaruskulchai
Kasetsart University
M. Cheralathan
SRM University
J N Bandyopadhyay
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
S. Dhar
University of Calcutta
Poongothai Shankar
Annamalai University
Amit Agrawal
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Cheng Li
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
T.M. Indra Mahlia
University of Malaya
Kunal Ghosh
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
Narayanan Kulathuramaiyer
University of Sarawak Malaysia
Arup K. Sarma
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
Suresh K Bhargava
School of Applied Sciences
Rapeepan Pitakaso
Ubonratchthani University
Jie Liu
Carleton University
Carlos Alejandro Figueroa
Plasmar Tecnologia
Dong-Ho Ha
Konkuk University
Poul Vaeggemose
VIA University College Denmark
Maha M. O. Khayyat
Umm Al-Qura University
Kant Kanyarusoke
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Paramita Bhattacharjee
Jadavpur University
Nathalia Devina Widjaja
Binus International University
C. M. Khalique
North-West University
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Special Thanks to Session Chairs
Małgorzata Rozkwitalska
Gdansk School of Banking
Chandra Sekhar Matli
National Institute of Technology
Barbara Henry
SSSUP SantAnna Pisa
Myunghoun Jang
Jeju National University
Huk Yuen Law
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Sungsu Lee
Chungbuk National University
Lindsey Chen
National Taiwan Normal University
To shinori Shimanouchi
Okayama University
Kuan Heong Woo
Universiti Sains Malaysia
Tanveer Ahmed Khan
University Malaysia Pahang
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Conference Schedule
Oral Sessions
2014/11/21 Friday
The Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei, 4F
Time
Schedule
405
08:30-12:00 Registration
08:45-10:45
Venue
Business & Economics/Marketing & Management/ Banking
& Finance
10:45-11:00 Tea Break
401
405
 Social Science Keynote Speech–Peter Kutschera
“No Way Out – The Tragic Transnational Sexual
11:00-12:30
Exploitation of the Philippines”
 Natural Science Keynote Speech–Hyoungseop Kim
“Temporal Subtraction Technique for Detection of Lung
Nodules in CT images”
12:30-13:30 Lunch Time--- Rainbow Terrace The Atrium
13:30-17:30
401
1F
Socializing Tour
Poster Sessions
2014/11/21 Friday
The Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei, 4F
Time
11:00-12:00
Schedule
Life Science / Chemical Engineering /
Material Science and Engineering / Civil Engineering
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Venue
405
Oral Sessions
2014/11/22 Saturday
The Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei, 4F
Time
Schedule
08:15-17:00 Registration
Venue
405
Chemical Engineering / Environmental Science/
401
Psychology / Communication & Society
402
08:30-10:15
10:15-10:30 Tea Break
405
Civil Engineering I
401
Education
402
10:30-12:00
12:00-13:00 Lunch Time--- Rainbow Terrace The Atrium
1F
Civil Engineering II
401
Education & Culture
402
13:00-14:30
14:30-14:45 Tea Break
405
Life Science / Biology / Biomedical Engineering
401
Politics & Law
402
Applied Science / Electrical Engineering
401
14:45-16:15
16:15-17:30
2014/11/23 Sunday
Committee Meeting (Executive Committee Only)
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Conference Venue Information
The Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei
Tel: +886 2 2700 2323
Address: 160, Ren Ai Road, Sec. 3, Taipei, Taiwan 10657, R.O.C
Location:
The Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei is located in the busy East District of Taipei, at the transit
center of the Taipei MRT Wenshan-Neihu (Daan Station) and Bannan (Zhongxiao-Fuxing
Station) Lines. It is easily accessible to major commercial centers, as well as shopping
districts, in the City of Taipei. Be it work or entertainment, everything is just a ride away
through convenient public transportation systems of Taipei City.
Transportation:
*From the Airport
Airport Bus - Howard Plaza Hotel, NT$ 145 one way (about 50 minutes)
Limousine transfer NT$ 1890 one-way
*MRT:
Bannan Line: Zhongxiao-Fuxing Station, Exit 2
Wenshan-Neihu Line: Daan Station
*Bus
245, 261, 263, 270, 311 (Yongfu), 37, 621, 630, 651, 665, 204, 204 (shuttle), 278, 685,
and 74
*Driving
From National Highway No. 1, exit to Jianguo Road (elevated road) and take the
Zhongxiao E. Road exit, turn left under the elevated road and then go straight, turn right
onto Fuxing S. Rd., and then turn right onto Renai Rd. Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei is at the
left side of the green-shaded Renai Road.
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Keynote Speech-Social Sciences
 The Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei, Room 401
 2014/11/21 Friday 11:00-12:30
 Speaker : Dr. P.C. “Pete” Kutschera
Director and Visiting Professor, Philippine Amerasian
Research Center (PARC)
College of Arts and Sciences, Systems Plus College
Foundation (SPCF College)
Angeles City 2009, Pampanga, Luzon, Philippines
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.amerasianresearch.org
 Topic: No Way Out – The Tragic Transnational Sexual
Exploitation of the Philippines
ABSTRACT
Throughout the 20th Century and into the new Millennium the East/Southeast Asia region
has been confronted with the phenomena of virtually millions of military Amerasians so-called Pan Amerasians - abandoned, estranged or orphaned by their United States military
and private corporate defense contractor fathers. These unwitting progeny of military
personnel and Asian national mothers are misfortunate detritus of overwhelming geopolitical
forces and national war policies of their time. The condition is especially acute in the
Philippines, a former U.S. commonwealth and a strategic Southeast Asian defense ally. Often
stigmatized, deeply impoverished and marginalized, Filipino Amerasians today number
250,000+ if all ages and if 2nd generation are included. Such numbers alone qualify them for
diaspora status. Indeed, experts on the subject estimated that by 1980 - 35 years ago - more
than two million Amerasians were born in various countries as diverse as mainland China,
Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. These progeny were conceived either during or following
World War II and into the Cold War eras. Today, enclaves of Amerasians reside in Japan,
Okinawa, South Korea and the Mariana Islands (Guam) - where U.S. permanent bases
remain. Unsupported or neglected infants continue to be born there, and in the Philippines,
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though in sharply diminished numbers. This discussion and an allied paper presented here
examine this human tragedy in a new modern day permutation. Our research and analysis sees
an uncanny resemblance, adaptation and continuum vis-a-vis the formation of additional
biracial, poverty-stricken diasporas in the Philippines. These are sired by Japanese, South
Korean, and more recently Hong Kong and mainland Chinese male tourists, businessmen and
temporary visitors. Uplifted by the post-World War II and Korean War prosperity and the
booming late 20th Century East Asian economic "miracle," new highly mobile and upwardly
driven business, commercial and tourist classes, created the need for heightened sexual
release and recreation virtually in their own neighborhood. Hence, in a trajectory forged by
the U.S. military, left behind are new clusters of “Japino,” “Kopino” and “Chipino” or
"Sinopino" offspring. Unofficial estimates claim as many as 50,000 to 100,000 Filipino
Japanese and from 10,000 to 20,000 Filipino Korean progeny, many abandoned or estranged,
reside in the Philippines today. Similar to Filipino Amerasians, such populations have been
scantily researched, and little truly reliable demographic data is known to exist. Even less is
known about the reported influx of mainland Chinese male tourists, businessmen and
itinerants in the past decade. Or, for that matter, what the future impact may portend for
unattached Chinese males seeking female mates or companionship in the Philippines. Reliable
research has confirmed there is a significant imbalance of more males to females on the
mainland as a direct result of PRC-China's "One Child Policy," implemented in 1979 and
theoretically still in effect today. In summary, these current conditions appear to reflect a
portrait of the Philippines as a destitute, exploited and impotent nation-state, either unable,
unwilling or incapable of halting a destructive trend and the steady furtherance of
transnational victimization at the unrelenting hands of its Pacific neighbors and allies
--4 August 2014
Though the circumstances and variables have changed, we detect a contemporary human
pattern portending uncanny resemblances to the Amerasian tragedy.
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Keynote Speech-Natural Sciences
 The Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei, Room 401
 2014/11/21 Friday 11:00-12:30
 Speaker : Hyoungseop Kim
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
Hyoungseop Kim received his B.A. degree in electrical
engineering from Kyushu Institute of Technology in 1994,
the Masters and Ph.D. degree from Kyushu Institute of
Technology in 1996 and 2001, respectively. He is a professor
in the department of control engineering at Kyushu
Institute of Technology. His research interests are focused
on medical application of image analysis. He is currently working on automatic
segmentation of multi-organ of abdominal CT image, non-rigid image registration for
head CT and MRI, and temporal subtraction of thoracic MDCT image sets.
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Topic: Temporal Subtraction Technique for Detection of
Lung Nodules in CT images
ABSTRACT
Lung cancer has become the primary cause of cancer related deaths in the world, and its early
diagnosis and detection are important for improving the chances of survival. In order to detect
the lung cancer a temporal subtraction technique has been introduced in the medical field. The
temporal subtraction image is obtained by subtraction of a previous image from a current one.
It can be used for enhancing the interval changes such as formation of new lesions and
changes in existing abnormalities on medical images by removing most of the normal
structures. Moreover, some CAD systems based on 2D technique with temporal subtraction of
time series in chest radiographs have been developed. Despite of these efforts, subtraction
artifacts are still remains on the temporal subtraction images. To achieve a temporal
subtraction image with high accuracy, we propose a new image registration method based on
3D non-rigid image registration. In this lecture, we introduce temporal subtraction technique
to detect lung nodules on thoracic MDCT images which is obtained previous images and
current one.
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Oral Sessions
Business & Economics/Marketing & Management/Banking &
Finance
Room 401
2014/11/21
Friday
08:45-10:45
Session Chair: Prof. Małgorzata Rozkwitalska
APCBSS- 166
How Poor Accounting Methods Cause Businesses to Lose Money? (Case Study for Small
Businesses in Oman)
Moza Hamed Al Aufi︱Rustaq College of Applied Sciences
Laila Mohammed Al Maqbali︱Rustaq College of Applied Sciences
APCBSS- 155
Working with Foreigners in Multinational Subsidiaries - Positive or Negative
Outcomes?
Michał Chmielecki︱Academy of Social Sciences
Beata A. Basinska︱Gdansk University of Technology
Łukasz Sułkowski︱Gdansk University of Technology
Sylwia Przytuła︱Wroclaw University of Economics
Małgorzata Rozkwitalska︱Gdansk School of Banking
APCBSS- 160
Technology Readiness and Consumer Attitude toward Multiple Media Kiosk in Taiwan
Shih-Hao Wu︱Commerce Development Research Institute
Huang-Chi Lin︱Commerce Development Research Institute
Ruo-Ying Shih︱Commerce Development Research Institute
APCBSS- 165
Mutual Benefits for Buying and Supplying Firms: The Role of Technology Routinization
Jae Hyeon Pae︱Ewha Womans University
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APCBSS- 177
Analysis of Net Promoting Score Utilization as an Attempt to Predicting Customers
Satisfaction and Loyalty Reviewed by Kaizen Theory
Diani Nurul Muthmainnah︱Brawijaya Univeristy
Lukiarto Asghar Elhakim︱Brawijaya Univeristy
Bambang Dwi Prasetyo︱Brawijaya Univeristy
APCBSS- 199
Exploring the Impact of Family-related Factors on International Assignments
Hsiu-ching Ko︱Chang Lung Christian University
APCBSS- 212
Working Longer for a Better Retirement
Michael Ha︱Xian Jiaotong-Liverpool University
Danny Lo︱Xian Jiaotong-Liverpool University
Zabihollah Rezaee︱The University of Memphis
Yi Hong︱Xian Jiaotong-Liverpool University
APCBSS- 239
The Effect of Stock Bonus on Firm Performance: Evidence from Indonesia Stock
Exchange
Suherman︱State University of Jakarta
Ario Wicaksono︱State University of Jakarta
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Chemical Engineering / Environmental Science/
Room 401
2014/11/22
Saturday
08:30-10:15
Session Chair: Prof. Chandra Sekhar Matli
APCLSE- 307
Biohydrogen Production in a Sequencing Batch Reactor Fed with Algal Hydrolysate
Gopalakrishnan Kumar︱National Institute for Environmental Studies
Takurou Kobayashi︱National Institute for Environmental Studies
Sang Hyoun Kim︱Daegu University
APCLSE- 342
Effect of Different Source of Inoculum to the Hydrogen Production from Melon Fruit
Waste on Batch Fermentor
Yumechris Amekan︱Gadjah Mada University
Muhammad Nur Cahyanto︱Gadjah Mada University
APCLSE- 343
Production of Biohidrogen from Citrus Waste (Citrus sinensis Osbeck): Effect of
Limonene Concentration
Khamdan Cahyari︱Gadjah Mada University
Siti Syamsiah︱Gadjah Mada University
Sarto Sarto︱Gadjah Mada University
APCLSE- 298
Probability Studies for Assessment of Dissolved Oxygen Profiles in Krishna River
Chandra Sekhar Matli︱National Institute of Technology
Mahesh M︱National Institute of Technology
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Psychology / Communication & Society
Room 402
2014/11/22
Saturday
08:30-10:15
Session Chair: Prof. Barbara Henry
APCBSS- 159
Promoting Sleep among University Students in Hong Kong
Joanne Chung Yan Chan︱The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Ka Li Lee︱The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Jessie Sze Man Lee︱The Chinese University of Hong Kong
APCBSS- 161
Relations between Occupational Challenge Stress, Hindrance Stress and Work
Outcomes among Chinese Employees
Xiaoyu Wu︱Yokohama National University
APCBSS- 171
A Psychosocial Attachment Study of Wellbeing in Taiwanese Women
Lun Chi Chang︱Ling Tung University
Antonia Bifulco︱Middlesex University
APCBSS- 178
Achievement in Engineering Studies at the University: A Case for Resilience and
Efficacy
Duduzile Rosemary Mkhize︱University of Johannesburgy
APCBSS- 209
Post-human versus Trans-human. Human, Artificial, Hybrid Anthropoids in Dialogue
Barbara Henry︱SSSUP SantAnna Pisa
APCBSS- 148
Common Sense Language: When "Hard and Cold" Language becomes "Soft and
Warm"
Jerwin Ferrer Agpaoa︱University of the Philippines Diliman
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APCBSS- 167
Exploration of Awareness and Decision-making to Advance Directives among the
Elderly Patients and Their Families at Intensive Care Units of a Medical Center in
Middle Taiwan
Hsiu-Chun Lin︱Chung Shan Medical University Hospital
Institute of Gerontology, National Cheng Kung University
Chia-Ling Lee︱Chung Shan Medical University Hospital
Institute of Gerontology, National Cheng Kung University
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Civil Engineering I
Room 401
2014/11/22
Saturday
10:30-12:00
Session Chair: Prof. Myunghoun Jang
APCLSE- 337
Measurements of Aerodynamic Forces and Wing Deformation of Flexible Tandem
Wings
Yingying Zheng︱Nanyang Technological University
Yanhua Wu︱Nanyang Technological University
CEAASC- 1040
Flow Characteristics of Masonry Mortars with Gold Mine Tailings as Partial Substitute
for Natural Sand
Ramalinga Reddy B.M.︱Bangalore Technological Institute
Satya Narayanan K.S.︱SRM University
Jagannatha Reddy H.N.︱Bangalore Institute of Technology
CEAASC- 1053
Safety Analysis of Work Spaces by Locating Materials in Building Construction Sites
Myunghoun Jang︱Jeju National University
You-Sang Yoon︱PMPgM
CEAASC- 1061
The Design of Halls with Large Spans in Seismic Areas
Andrei Zybaczynski︱Technical University of Civil
CEAASC- 1168
The Effect of Using Multilayers of CfRP on Loading Capacity of Strengthened Concrete
Beams and Comparing it with Using One Layer of CfRP
Bamshad Sadjadi Manizani︱Islamic Azad University Islamshahr Branch
Shahriar Tavousi︱Islamic Azad University Central Tehran Branch
Abbas Akbarpour︱Islamic Azad University South Tehran Branch
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Education
Room 402
2014/11/22
Saturday
10:30-12:00
Session Chair: Prof. Huk Yuen Law
ACEI- 686
Training of Aural Attention Components by Using the Computerized Program AUT
Valdis Bernhofs︱Latvian Academy of Music
Ilma Grauzdina︱Latvian Academy of Music
Rudolfs Kreicbergs︱Latvian Academy of Music
ACEI- 699
A Reconstruction of Chemistry Virtual Laboratory: Positioning Reflective Thinking as a
Bridge
Yenni Kurniawati︱State Islamic University of Sultan Syarif Kasim
Ijang Rohman︱Indonesia University of Education
Ahmad Muzakir︱Indonesia University of Education
Anna Permanasari︱Indonesia University of Education
ACEI- 700
Design for Online Language Learning – Connecting Learning Theory to Classroom
Realities
Susan Yue Hua Sun︱Auckland University of Technology
ACEI- 746
The Challenges and Opportunities of Educating Border-Crossing Students: A Case
Study in One Hong Kong Kindergarten
Hiu Ching Rainbow Cheung︱University of Bristol
ACEI- 747
Action Research into the Fostering of Children’s Mathematical Thinking through the
Teacher-Children Interaction in the Kindergarten Classroom
Huk Yuen Law︱The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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ACEI- 759
Reflection of Constructivist Theories in Current Educational Practice
Jana Kvintova︱Palacky University in Olomouc
Alena Juvova︱Palacky University in Olomouc
Stefan Chudy︱Palacky University in Olomouc
Pavel Neumeister︱Palacky University in Olomouc
Jitka Plischke︱Palacky University in Olomouc
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Civil Engineering II
Room 401
2014/11/22
Saturday
13:00-14:30
Session Chair: Prof. Sungsu Lee
CEAASC- 1067
The Effect of Infill Walls on Dynamic Characteristics of a 4-storey RC Building
Onur Kaplan︱Anadolu University
Yucel Guney︱Anadolu University
Adem Dogangun︱Uludag University
Ramazan Livaoglu︱Uludag University
CEAASC - 1068
Nonlinear Force-Displacement Relationship of Earth Retaining Structures: An
Alternative Approach Based on the Log-Spiral-Hyperbolic Method
Shi-Yu Xu︱City University of Hong Kong
Anoosh Shamsabadi︱Office of Earthquake Engineering
Ertugrul Taciroglu︱University of California, Los Angeles
CEAASC - 1119
Computational and Experimental Investigation of Separation Efficiency of Particulate
Flow in Vortex Separator
Sungsu Lee︱Chungbuk National University
Hyun A Son︱Chungbuk National University
Hyun Ju Kim︱KRISO
CEAASC - 1147
Bending Capacity of Cold-formed Lipped C-Channel with Intermediate Stiffeners
Adeline Ling Ying Ng︱Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak
Chiang Chee Mei︱EcoSteel Sdn. Bhd.
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Education & Culture
Room 402
2014/11/22
Saturday
13:00-14:30
Session Chair: Prof. Lindsey Chen
APCBSS- 164
Of Language, Culture and Quantification
Lindsey Chen︱National Taiwan Normal University
APCBSS- 174
Mandarin Depictive Semantic Map
Ming-Shih Hsueh︱National Taiwan Normal University
APCBSS- 198
Learning Styles and Task Types: Does Match Make Different Performance?
Yuanshan Cheng︱Nanyang Technological University
APCBSS-211
Development of the Attitudes towards Depression and Schizophrenia Scale (ADSS): a
Measure of Interpersonal Approaches in Chinese Australian Community
Tan Kan Ku︱Victoria University
APCBSS-222
E-Learning Benchmarking Survey: A Case Study of University Utara Malaysia
Thi Lip Sam︱University Utara Malaysia
Lai Tian So︱University Utara Malaysia
Mohd Noor Mohd Shariff︱University Utara Malaysia
Amer Darus︱University Utara Malaysia
Mohd Amy Azahar︱University Utara Malaysia
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Life Science / Biology / Biomedical Engineering
Room 401
2014/11/22
Saturday
14:45-16:15
Session Chair: Prof. Toshinori Shimanouchi
APCLSE- 293
Pretreatment of Lignocellulosic Biomass with Bio-based Basic Ionic Liquid and
Ultrasound
Chun-Yao Yang︱National Chung Hsing University
Tony J. Fang︱National Chung Hsing University
APCLSE-335
Relationship of Fibril Growth Behavior of Amyloidgenic Proteins with Their
Intra-molecular Hydrogen Bonding Stability
Toshinori Shimanouchi︱Okayama University
Huong Thi Vu︱Hanoi National University of Education
Hiroshi Umakoshi︱Osaka University
Yukitaka Kimura︱Okayama University
APCLSE-313
Depth-Dependent 3D Organization of Corneal Stroma with Nonlinear Microscopy
Sheng-Lin Lee︱National Taiwan University
Po-Sheng Hu︱National Taiwan University
Vladimir A. Hovhannisyan︱National Taiwan University
Chen-Yuan Dong︱National Taiwan University
APCLSE-311
Detection of Oral Cancer by Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy(SERS)
Teng Cheng Liao︱National Tsing Hua University
APCLSE-292
Green Esterification Using Dual-Site Phase-Transfer Catalyst Assisted by Ionic
Liquid/Ultrasound in Tri-Liquid System
Hung-Ming Yang︱National Chung Hsing University
Yu-Hung Hung︱National Chung Hsing University
Ling-Wen Lee︱National Chung Hsing University
26
Politics & Law
Room 402
2014/11/22
Saturday
14:45-16:15
Session Chair: Dr. Kuan Heong Woo
APCBSS-150
China’s Changing Attitude toward the International Organizations ――As a Case
Study on Its Attitude toward the WTO (2002-2012)
Sumie Yoshikawa︱Waseda University
APCBSS-154
The end of PRC’s peaceful rise and the dawn of its territorial assertiveness:
Is ASEAN player or spectator?
Adolfo Zambrana Juárez︱National Chengchi University
APCBSS-226
A Study on Indigenous Filipinos' Accessibility to Social Justice and the Observance of
their Human Rights
Joanna Christine Piansay︱De La Salle University – Dasmariñas
Salvador Argumido︱De La Salle University – Dasmariñas
Mariko Iwaki︱De La Salle University – Dasmariñas
Elliz Jan Pagente︱De La Salle University – Dasmariñas
APCBSS-163
Representative Bureaucracy and the Malaysian Civil Service
Kuan Heong Woo︱Universiti Sains Malaysia
27
Applied Science / Electrical Engineering/Electrical and
Electronic Engineering
Room 401
2014/11/22
Saturday
16:15-17:30
Session Chair: Prof. Tanveer Ahmed Khan
CEAASC- 1059
Synthesis of Carbon nano Fibers: Fabrication and Characterization of Carbon Nano
Fibers/Urea-Formaldehyde Resin
Tanveer Ahmed Khan︱University Malaysia Pahang
Arun Gupta︱University Malaysia Pahang
S. S. Jamari︱University Malaysia Pahang
Sumit Manohar Yadav︱University Malaysia Pahang
CEAASC- 1063
A Study of Enhanced Ionospheric Delay Estimation Using GPS Measurements
Kwang Ho Choi︱Korea Aerospace University
Hee Sung Kim︱Korea Aerospace University
Sung Jin Kang︱Korea Aerospace University
Won Jae Yoo︱Korea Aerospace University
Huyng Keun Lee︱Korea Aerospace University
CEAASC- 1065
Design of GPS/INS Integration for Relative Navigation system on Embedded Linux
Platform
Joonhoo Lim︱Korea Aerospace University
Je Young Lee︱Korea Aerospace University
Sebum Chun︱Korea Aerospace Research Institute
Jeongho Cho︱Hanseo University
Hyung Keun Lee︱Korea Aerospace University
28
CEAASC- 1161
Geochemical Trends of Heavy Metal in Aquifer System of Kanpur Industrial Zone,
Uttar Pradesh (India): A Case Study
Ashish Kr. Dwivedi︱Indian Institute of Technology
Mrityunjay Kumar Sinha︱CSJM University
APCLSE- 315
Development of Wearable Hand Capture Device Capable of Achieving Hand Posture in
Immersive VR system
Motomasa Tomida︱University of Tsukuba
Kiyoshi Hoshino︱University of Tsukuba
29
Poster Sessions
Life Science / Chemical Engineering /
Material Science and Engineering / Civil Engineering /
Room 405
2014/11/21
Friday
11:00-12:00
APCLSE-340
Feeding Effects of Health-Promoting Materials for Improvement of Ability of Korean
Detector Dogs
Eunchae Lee︱Konkuk University
Jun-Ha Choi︱Konkuk University
Taeil Kang︱Konkuk University
Seonggu Hwang︱Konkuk University
Hajeong Jeong︱Konkuk University
APCLSE-310
Improvement of the Fuel Properties of Japanese Cypress through Wet and Dry
Torrefactions
Wei Yang︱Okayama University
Toshinori Shimanouchi︱Okayama University
Mikio Tanaka︱Okayama University
Takayuki Kaneko︱Okayama University
Saki Fukuma︱Okayama University
APCLSE-344
The Temperature Control of the Fuel and Inlet Air for internal Combustion Engines by
Using the Thermoelectric Module
Ming Hsien Hsueh︱National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences
30
CEAASC- 1064
Computational Approach to Identify Vortex Induced Vibration of Cylindrical Body
Sungsu Lee︱Chungbuk National University
Hyun A Son︱Chungbuk National University
Hyun Ju Kim︱KRISO
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