Advisory Board Member
University Professor & Guest Lecturer, Senior Vice President of Embedded Machine learning Institute
Harry Li, University Professor & Guest Lecturer, has over 27 years of higher education experience as Professor of Computer Engineering, and Computer Science. Research expertise in Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision and Embedded Systems. Dr. Li’s research expertise includes pioneering the development of fuzzy logic intelligent controller design for solving nonlinear control and computer vision problems with wide range of applications from semiconductor equipment control to robotics.
He authored edited book “Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent System” (with Madan Gupta, ISBN 0-7923-9575-1, by Kluwer Academic Publishers), His research work was given an Industrial Neural Network Award at the World Congress Neural Network Conference, in San Diego, California. Dr. Li worked as a Guest Editor for the emerging technology section of IEEE Transactions on CPMT (Components, Packaging, and Manufacturing Technology).
He was invited contributor to the Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (On Neural Fuzzy Control techniques for semiconductor equipment control applications, pp. 154- 157, Vol. 8, Fr-Hi, ISBN 0-471-13946-7, John Wiley and Sons Inc. ), an invited tutorial guest speaker at American Mathematician Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia and speakers in the high tech industry. Dr. Li has active and extensive High Tech industry experience in the Silicon Valley including working as consulting principle engineer, senior system architect, principle technologist in a range of companies from start-up to a major telecom public traded company. He has been actively teaching in the Silicon Valley companies including Lockheed, KLA-Tencor, Ebay etc.
In Computer Vision research, as the core of Artificial Intelligence, he has designed and built a VLSI (Very Large Scale Integrated) electronics chip to realize silicon based vision functions. He has co-authored edited book “Vision Chips: Implementing Vision Algorithms with Analog VLSI Circuits” (with Christof Koch from Caltech, ISBN 0-8186-6492-4 by IEEE CS Press), one of the two primary reference research books as stated by IEEE Spectrum’s cover story on Artificial Eyes in 1997. He is listed in Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, A Marquis Who’s Who Publications, pp. 683, 4th Edition, ISBN 0-8379-5756-7, New Providence, NJ 07974,1999; and Who is Who in America, A Marquis Who’s Who Publications, 53rd Edition, Vol. 2, ISBN 0-8379-0194-4, New Providence, NJ 07974.