Dr. Harold H. Szu

Fellow Member | Senior Scientist at CCDC C5ISR
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SPIE Membership: 11.0 years total | 11.0 years voting
SPIE Awards: Fellow status
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Area of Expertise: Artificial Neural Networks, Dual Infrared Spectral Cancer Screening, Statistical Physics, Unsupervised Learning, Wavelets, ICA, Compressive Sampling, Image Video Processing
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• Fellow of American. Institute Medicine & BioEngineering 2004 for breast cancer passive spectrogram diagnoses.
• Fellow of IEEE (1997) for bi-sensor fusion;
• Foreign Academician, Russian Academy of Nonlinear Sciences, 1999, for unsupervised learning.
• Fellow of Optical Society America (1996) for adaptive wavelet
• Fellow of International Optical Engineering (SPIE since 1995) for neural nets.
• Fellow of INNS (2010) for a founding governor and former president of INNS
Dr. Szu has been a champion of brain-style computing for 2 decades; a founder, former president, and a current governor of International Neural Network Society (INNS), he received the INNS D. Gabor Award in 1997 “for outstanding contribution to neural network applications in information sciences and pioneer implementations of fast simulated annealing search,” and the Eduardo R. Caianiello Award in 1999 from the Italy Academy for “elucidating and implementing a chaotic neural net as a dynamic realization for fuzzy logic membership function.” Recently, he contributed to the unsupervised learning theory of the thermodynamic free energy of sensory pair for fusion. Because of this contribution, Dr. Szu is a foreign academician of Russian Academy of Nonlinear Sciences in 1999 for the unsupervised learning based on a homeostasis constant Cybernetic brain temperature. Recently, SPIE awarded him with the Nanoengineering Award and the Biomedical Wellness Engineering Award.
Besides 300 publications, a dozen patents, numerous books & journals, Dr. Szu taught students “how to be creative in interdisciplinary sciences” according to the Uhlenbeck’s Royal Dutch tradition and guided a dozen PhD students. His practice of the creativity is itemized as follows:
• Initiate Biomedical Wellness Engineering for the quality of life of aging societies.
• Promote Nano-Robot for high-yield Nanoengineering based on Nanosciences and Na

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