National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Domain of Research: Artificial Intelligence>
Jui-Sheng (Rayson) Chou specializes in project analytics and engineering management. Currently, he is a Full Professor in the Department of Civil and Construction Engineering at National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Taiwan Tech). Dr. Chou received his BS and MS from National Taiwan University and his PhD in Construction Engineering and Project Management at the Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering - The University of Texas at Austin. He holds registered professional engineer licenses and serves on several professional committees. He has provided consulting services to a number of private and public engineering sectors. He is the author or co-author of hundreds of journal articles, book chapters, conference papers, and technical reports related to engineering management and is a member of several international journal editorial boards. As a devoted researcher and educator, he has received Outstanding Young Scholar Research Project Awards twice from MOST, R.O.C., Best Paper Awards multiple times in international conferences, Outstanding Research Awards and Excellent Industry-University Collaboration Faculty Award at Taiwan Tech. He was awarded RISUD Visiting Fellowship (Construction Management) by the Kwong Wah Education Foundation and Del E. Webb Eminent Scholar at the Del E. Webb School of Construction as invited by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Arizona State University, respectively. His main teaching and research interests are engineering issues related to data analytics & intelligence, engineering technology & project management, decision analysis, and risk reduction. In particular, his Project intelligence & Management (PiM) Research Lab mainly applies professional skills & techniques of artificial intelligence & machine learning (AI&ML), information technology (IT), structural equation modeling (SEM), and Monte Carlo simulation (MCS) to the following research areas.