Shien-Kuei Liaw

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology Taiwan

Shien-Kuei (Peter) Liaw received double Ph.D. degrees from National Chiao-Tung University in photonics engineering and from National Taiwan University in mechanical engineering, respectively. Prof. Liaw joined the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST) in 2000. He has ever been Director of the Optoelectronics Research Center and the Technology Transfer Center, at NTUST. He was an academic visitor at Bellcore (US), the University of Oxford (UK), and the University of Cambridge (UK) in 1996, 2011, and 2018, respectively. Prof. Liaw owns seven U.S. patents, authored and coauthored more than 270 journal articles and international conference presentations. He serves as an Associate Editor for Fiber and Integrated Optics. Currently, he is a Distinguished Professor of NTUST, President of the Optical Society (OSA) Taiwan Section, and Secretary-General of the Taiwan Photonic Society.

Shien-Kuei Liaw

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The chapters in this edited volume are by scholars/experts working in academia in Taiwan, Egypt, Israel, Germany and Japan. The contents are intended to provide a common forum for researchers, scientists and engineers throughout the world to exchange ideas and gain knowledge in the areas of fiber sensing technologies. The scope of the book includes the following chapters: 1. Introductory Chapter: An Overview of the Methodologies and Applications of Fiber Optic Sensing; 2. Theoretic Study of Cascaded Fiber Bragg Grating; 3. Femtosecond Transient Bragg Gratings; 4. Vital Sign Measurement Using FBG Sensor for New Wearable Sensor; 5. The State-of-the-Art of Brillouin Distributed Fiber Sensing. After a rigorous review process, the editors selected five submitted manuscripts (Chapters 2 to 5) for inclusion here. Three of these focus on the subject of point-to-point sensing using FBGs, and the final concerns distributed fiber sensing based on Brillouin scattering effect.

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