Prof. Wu-Wei Chen's areas of focus are in digital imaging, design and body aesthetics integrate into digital heritage research - digital conservation, aesthetics of cultural objects, digital sculpting, and photogrammetry of Buddhist deities in heritage sites. The cyber-archiving of the deities at Dazu Rock Carvings further inspires his research direction of cultural heritage in the smart city initiatives: www.bodyasechoes.com.
Prof. Chen's working experiences in the broadcast industry of New York, Taipei and educator career at Hong Kong, Beijing allow him to conduct inter- disciplinary, cross-cultural conversations with professionals and academia. Also as a practitioner of Chinese calligraphy, he continually writes the regular script to connect with the ancient wisdom of Chinese intellectuals.
Smart Heritage and Smart City
Interactive Info-Motion Design
Ph.D , Communication University of China
M.F.A. Computer Arts, Savannah College of Art and Design
Digital Sculpting for Facial Animation
IMA Foundation Course
French (Level 1, Alliance Française)