Name: Ren-Hung Hwang
Job Title: TWNIC IP committee Member
Organization: Taiwan Network Information Center(TWNIC)
Economy of residence: Taiwan
Biographical info: Dr. Ren-Hung Hwang is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering and the Vice Director of the Computer Center at the National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan, which he joined in 1993. He was the Director of Ching Jian Learning Center from 2010-2011, Chair of the Computer Science and Information Engineering department from 2006-2009, Chair of the Communications Engineering department from 2002-2005, and Director of the R&D department of the Computer Center from 1997-2002. His research interests are in many areas of computer networks, including Internet routing, Internet QoS, next generation wireless networks, ubiquitous computing, social intelligence computing, and cloud computing. He has published more than 200 articles on these and other subjects and has served as the program chair for ISPAN2009, vice program chair for UIC 2011 and program committee member of numerous international conferences.He is also the co-author of the textbook: Computer Networks: An Open Source Approach. He has been a member of the IP address and protocol committee of TWNIC since 2005 and has conducted many research projects on IPv6 deployment and IPv4 exhaustion issues for TWNIC. He has actively participated in the APNIC meetings since 2009 as a delegate of TWNIC. He is the co-author of the policy proposal prop-102: Sparse allocation guidelines for IPv6 resource allocations which has been endorsed by the APNIC Executive Council on 24 May 2012.
Name: Jimmy Chin-Ming Chu
Job Title: Director
Organization: Taiwan Network Information Center (TWNIC)
Motivation for nomination: Dr. Ren-Hung Hwang has extensive experience in Computer Networks, and he has actively participated in the APNIC meetings. His working attitude and professionalism are highly appreciated by experts who have worked with him. His talent and commitment is invaluable to the community. I am confident that he will continue to bring significant value to the NRO NC.