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Chuang Yuan Chin

Dr. Chuang-Yuan Chiu BMath. MMath. PhD.

Researcher

Summary

Dr Chuang - Yuan Chiu is a Researcher at the Centre for Sports Engineering Research (CSER) and works in the area of applied computing. Chuang-Yuan’s research interests include sports technology, anthropometry and computer vision.

  • About

    Dr Chuang - Yuan Chiu is a researcher at the Centre for Sports Engineering Research (CSER) and works in the area of applied computing. Chuang-Yuan’s research interests include sports technology, anthropometry and computer vision. He completed his PhD at the University of Edinburgh in 2016. During his PhD, he developed a cost-efficient 3D human scanning system for anthropometric analysis. His development has been used in the sports talent development project at the sports high schools in Australia. He also collaborated with an international team at the Centre for Aquatics Research and Education (CARE) to install performance analysis systems and conduct leading biomechanics research for Scottish swimming team. He is familiar to apply the latest technology in sports research and development.

    Areas of interest

    • 3D imaging and human measurement
    • 3D data-processing 
    • Computer vision
  • Research

    • Centre for Sports Engineering Research

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    Research theme groups:

    Current research projects: 

    • Understanding 3D Body Shape   
    • Markerless Motion Capture

    Collaborators and sponsors:

    • English Institute of sport Innovation and Technology partnership

  • Publications

    CHIU, Chuang-Yuan, PEASE, David L., FAWKNER, Samantha and SANDERS, Ross H. (2018). Automated body volume acquisitions from 3D structured-light scanning. Computers in Biology and Medicine, 101, 112-119.

    CHIU, Chuang-Yuan, PEASE, David L., FAWKNER, Samantha, DUNN, Marcus and SANDERS, Ross H. (2018). Comparison of automated post-processing techniques for measurement of body surface area from 3D photonic scans. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 1-8.

    CHIU, Chuang-Yuan, PEASE, David L. and SANDERS, Ross H. (2016). Effect of different standing poses on whole body volume acquisition by three-dimensional photonic scanning. IET Science, Measurement & Technology, 10 (6), 553-556.

    CHIU, Chuang-Yuan, PEASE, David L. and SANDERS, Ross H. (2016). The effect of pose variability and repeated reliability of segmental centres of mass acquisition when using 3D photonic scanning. Ergonomics, 59 (12), 1673-1678.

    CHIU, Chuang-Yuan, PEASE, D., FAWKNER, S. and SANDERS, R. (2016). Validation of Body Volume Acquisition by Using Elliptical Zone Method. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 37 (14), 1117-1123.

    SANDERS, Ross H., CHIU, Chuang-Yuan, GONJO, Tomohiro, THOW, Jacki, OLIVEIRA, Nuno, PSYCHARAKIS, Stelios G., PAYTON, Carl J. and MCCABE, Carla B. (2015). Reliability of the Elliptical Zone Method of Estimating Body Segment Parameters of Swimmers. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 14 (1), 215-224.

    OLIVEIRA, Nuno, CHIU, Chuang-Yuan and SANDERS, Ross (2015). Kinematic Patterns Associated with the Vertical Force Produced during the Eggbeater Kick. Journal of Sports Sciences, 33 (16), 1675-1681.

    CHIU, Chuang-Yuan and SANDERS, Ross H. (2009). Quantifying obesity from anthropometric measures and body volume data. International journal of design, analysis and tools for circuits and systems, 1 (1), 1-4.

  • Media

    Dr Chuang-Yuan Chiu is a Researcher in the Centre for Sports Engineering research (CSER). He completed his PhD at the University of Edinburgh in 2016. Chuang-Yuan’s main research area is in sports technology, anthropometry and computer vision. During his PhD, he developed a cost-efficient 3D human scanning system for anthropometric analysis. He also collaborated with an international team at the Centre for Aquatics Research and Education (CARE) to conduct leading biomechanics research for Scottish swimming team.

    The Centre for Sports Engineering Research (CSER) is led by Dr David James. It is the world's largest academic group in sports engineering and an internationally renowned centre of excellence for research and knowledge transfer. The centre's work is based on four research disciplines; applied computing, biomechanics, design engineering, and skill acquisition. In each area, researchers develop fundamental knowledge and deliver applied solutions to enhance athletic performance, reduce injury and promote physical activity.

    CSER works in partnership with many sport, health and commercial organisations. We are immensely proud of our work with Team GB Olympic, and Paralympic athletes, and we enjoy research partnerships with global organisations such as the International Tennis Federation, FIFA, and Adidas.

    Areas of expertise:

    • Sport and engineering
    • 3D imaging and human measurement
    • 3D data-processing
    • Computer vision
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