Chang Shu is a senior research scientist at
the Institute for Information Technology, National Research Council of
Canada. He is also an adjunct research professor at the School of
Computer Science, Carleton University. He received Ph.D. in computer
science from Queen Mary College, University of London, UK, in 1992, and
B.Sc. in computer science and mathematics from Harbin Institute of
Technology, China, in 1985. From 1992 to 1996, he was a research
associate in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at
the Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. From 1996 to 1998, he was a
research scientist at the Integrated Manufacturing Technologies
Institute of the NRC.
Dr. Shu was a program co-chair of
the IEEE International Workshop on 3-D Digital Imaging and Modeling
(3DIM) in 2009. He has served as a member of program committee,
organizer, and paper reviewer of many other conferences and workshops.
He has also been a grant reviewer for the Natural Sciences and
Engineering Research Council Canada.
is a founding member of the World Engineering
Anthropometry Resource Association (WEAR). He is also a member of the
Dr. Shu has developed techniques and algorithms for representing and
processing shapes in two and three dimensional space. He has also
transferred technologies to Canadian companies. In 2003, he received
NRC Outstanding Achievement Award. In 2009, he he received the Federal Partners in
Transfer Award (FPTT).
Dr. Shu is interested in solving the geometric problems arising from
computer vision, computer graphics, and scientific computing. He is
currently focused on geometry processing and statistical shape analysis
of human and other biological forms.