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Long-Sheng Fan received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences from the University of California at Berkeley. He joined IBM Almaden Research Center as a Research Staff Member developing micro technology for information storage. He has served as a section editor for Sensors and Actuators (1994-1997), A government consultant and a member of proposal review panel of NSF and NIH, and the Technical Program Chair of IEEE Transducers 2011. Dr. Fan joined National Tsing-Hua University as a Tsing-Hua Professor and the Director of the Institute of Nano Engineering and MicroSystems during 2003-9, a visiting Professor in EECS, UC, Berkeley 2010-11 and he was the coordinator of Heterogeneous Integration Program of the SoC National Program in Taiwan, promoting MEMS IP reuse with standard process modules & EDA for MEMS/IC co-design. Dr. Fan is an IEEE Fellow, and he is currently leading Iridium Medical Technology Company developing neural prosthesis.