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[2010/10/14] Miss Chiang Chia-Chun has won "The Best Student Oral Presentation Award" in OWLS 2010 in Quebec, Canada, on September 30, 2010

Miss Chiang Chia-Chun has won "The Best Student Oral Presentation Award" in OWLS 2010 in Quebec, Canada, on September 30, 2010

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Miss Chiang Chia-Chun has won "The Best Student Oral Presentation Award" in OWLS 2010 in Quebec, Canada, on September 30, 2010

Miss Chiang Chia-Chun, a 7th year undergraduate student from the Department of Medicine, NYMU, has won the one and only "The Best Student Oral Presentation Award" in the Optics Within Life Science (OWLS) 2010 International Conference held in Quebec, Canada from September 28 through 30, 2010. Many graduate students (most of them in their PhD Program) from all over the world, including USA, Germany, United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, Brazil, and India, presented their work in the conference and competed for this award. Chia-Chun stood out and caught the attention and the appreciation of all the referees due not only to the scientific merit of her work but also to her excellent English and her competent presentation.

OWLS is an International Conference organized by the International Society of Optics Within Life Science; the conference has been held every two years and has been rotated around in different part of the world. In 2006, it was organized by Prof. Arthur Chiou at NYMU in Taipei, Taiwan.

In the 2010 meeting in Quebec, Chia-Chun presented a paper entitled "Optical Tweezers Based Active Microrheology of Polysodium Styrene Sulfonate"; this work is supervised by Prof. Arthur Chiou, Professor of the Institute of Biophotnics and Director of the Biophotonics Interdisciplinary Research Center (BIRC) and represents an important part of the research effort on "Bio-microrheology" in Prof. Chiou's Lab. Chia-Chun is instrumental in exploring the potential biomedical applications of this novel technique developed in Prof. Chiou's Lab.

Chiang Chia-Chun won the award in the OWLS 2010

Chiang Chia-Chun (middle) won The Best Student Oral Presentation Award

in the OWLS 2010 for her outstanding presentation


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