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Below are the candidates for IEEE Region 10 Delegate-Elect/Director-Elect, 2015-2016; Delegate/Director, 2017-2018.

The sequence of candidates was determined by lottery and indicates no preference.


Stefan G. Mozar

Stefan Mozar

(Nominated by IEEE Region 10)

Adjunct Professor, Guangdong University of Technology, Guangdong, China
CEO, Dynexsys, Sydney, Australia

Stefan obtained his engineering degrees from the University of NSW in Sydney, Australia. His MBA is from UTS. He is a Senior member of IEEE, fellow of the Institution of Engineers, Australia, and a Chartered Professional Engineer in Australia.

He is currently an adjunct professor at Guangdong University of Technology, China; and the CEO of Dynexsys, a Sydney-based Technology Company. Stefan has extensive experience in industry and academia. His work has resulted in inventions, patents, and publications, and he has worked on projects that have won 28 international design awards. In R-10 he has lived and worked in Australia, China, Hong Kong, and Singapore. He has worked on projects in India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam. He has received many teaching awards, and two best-paper awards.

IEEE Activities and Accomplishments



  • 2013 IEEE Service Award for contributions toward the ISCE-Symposium, Taiwan
  • 2012 IEEE Consumer Electronics Society Administrative Committee Service Award
  • 2009 IEEE Consumer Electronics Society Outstanding Service Award (TAB award)
  • 2009 IEEE Consumer Electronics Society Administrative Committee Service Award
  • 2006 IEEE Engineering Leadership Award (CE Society)
  • 2000 IEEE Millennium Medal

Technical Activities Board (TAB) Representative to Conferences Committee

  • Chaired ad hoc on “conference naming” (2012)
  • Chaired ad hoc on “Conference finances” (2013)
  • Invited POCO presentations (2012-2013)

TAB Global Initiatives Committee

  • Committee Member (2013-2014)

TAB Life Sciences Initiative

  • CE Soc Representative to this new initiative

Society Activities:

Consumer Electronics Society (CE Soc)

  • President CE Soc (2013-2014)
  • VP International Affairs & Chapter Relations (1998-2009)
  • VP Conferences (2010-2013)
  • Founder of the award winning CE Magazine
  • Associate Editor CE Magazine
  • Associate editor CE Newsletter
  • Associate editor Transactions on CE
  • Established the following CE Chapters:
    • Singapore, UK and Northern Ireland, Germany, Russia, Shenzhen-China, Kyoto-Japan, Orange County, Malaysia , Portugal, Spain

Product Safety Engineering Society (PSES)

  • Director at large (BOG) (2011-2014)
  • Associate newsletter editor

Reliability Society (Rel Soc)

  • Chair Maintenance Technical Group (2001-2008)

Communications Society

  • Associate Technical Editor Communications Magazine

Chapter experience

  • Founder of the Consumer Electronics Chapter in Singapore
  • Co-founder of the Engineering Management Chapter Singapore
  • Founder of the Engineering Management Chapter in NSW, Australia
  • Chapter Chair of the Hong Kong Consumer Electronics Chapter
  • Held various chapter positions: Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer

Service on Section committees

  • Singapore
  • NSW, Australia
  • Hong Kong


The list below shows the conferences he started in Region 10:

  • ISCE (17 years old), globally roaming conference;
  • GCCE (three years old) Japan;
  • ICCE-China (three years old);
  • GHTCE China (three years old);
  • ICCE –Taiwan (to start in 2014);
  • He served as the inaugural General Chair of Tencon-Spring in 2013 (renamed to Tensys).


My experience and knowledge of the Region enable me to represent the interests of R-10 to the IEEE board, and to IEEE at large. R-10 is fast growing and dynamic. The needs of our “giants” China and India need to be effectively presented to IEEE. We have many other countries that have their own specific needs, which also need to be supported. Over the years I built solid networks amongst the IEEE volunteer leaders and IEEE staff to effectively represent our region to all IEEE members and leadership.

I will work to promote inclusiveness of R-10 with all IEEE Societies and ensure MGA and TAB combine their efforts to improve services to members. I will engage with all members in R-10, from Students to Life members. In R-10 we need to reach out and get more women involved in our activities. I will work on providing more opportunities for career and personal development to our members, as well as training and professional-development opportunities to our members at large, and opportunities to volunteer.



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Chun Che (Lance) Fung

Lance Fung

(Nominated by IEEE Region 10)

Associate Dean of Research, School of Engineering and Information Technology, Murdoch University
Murdoch, Perth, Australia

Lance Chun Che Fung was trained as a Radio and Electronic Officer in Hong Kong. He received his B.Sc. with 1st Honor and M.Eng. from the University of Wales, and a Ph.D. from the University of Western Australia. Lance has taught in Singapore, and since 1989, he lectured at Curtin University and subsequently at Murdoch University. Currently, he is the school’s Associate Dean of Research and Associate Professor of Engineering and Information Technology. In addition to teaching and collaborating with many universities in the Asia Pacific Region, he has supervised over 30 doctoral students from Australia, Bahrain, Bhutan, China, India, Iran, Libya, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand. Lance has published over 260 academic and technical papers in international journals and conference proceedings in the areas of intelligent systems, power systems, image processing, data mining, knowledge management, and Web technology. His contribution can be viewed at,, and


IEEE Accomplishments and Activities



Lance is an active IEEE volunteer for over two decades. He has served in various executive positions on Chapters, Section, Council, Region, Technical Society, and IEEE Committees. This includes: member of the IEEE New Initiatives Committee (2014); Chair of the IEEE Australia Council (2013-2014); IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society (SMC) Board of Governors Member-at-Large (2010-2014); SMC Membership Development and Student Activities Regional Coordinator; and a candidate for the Society’s VP MD and SA (2012) and VP Organization and Planning (2013).

Lance has served on the IEEE Member Benefits Portfolio Advisory Committee (2013); the IEEE Individual Benefits and Services Committee (2012); IEEE R10 Executive Committee (2007-2008), responsible for Special Projects and SC2008 coordination; and the R10 Award Committee (2008-2010). He was the IEEE Western Australia (WA) Section Chair (2003-2004, 2007-2008), Chair of the WA Chapter for SMC Society (2013), ComSoc (2009-2010); Computer Society, (2005-2008), and he also served as Section Vice-Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, Industry Liaison, Joint-Technical-Program Committee, Student Activities Coordinator, and Student Counselor. He established Student Branches at Curtin University and Murdoch University, and the first SMCS Chapter and Student Branch Chapter in Australia.

Representing IEEE, Lance was a founding member of the ICT Industry Collaboration Centre (ICTICC) in WA, collaborated with ACS, AIIA, ATUG, EA and WAIA.

He also served in many IEEE-sponsored conferences as General Co-Chair, and Chair for Program, Finance, Publicity, Local Organization, Special Session and Tutorials. Some conferences include: IWIES (2014), ICMLC (2013), Australasian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI2011, AI2003), DIMEA (2007), Cyber-Games (2006), Interactive-Entertainment (2006) and PowerCon (2000).

Lance has been actively promoting, assisting, and encouraging the establishment of technical Chapters and recruitment of members, students, and Graduate Student members to IEEE through his roles and contacts in Australia and in the Asia and Pacific region. His contributions and achievements were recognized with the IEEE Millennium Medal in 2000.


IEEE is the world-leading technical institute formed by members and run by members. IEEE serves the community through advancing technology for humanity. Geographically, R10 covers the world’s majority population with a young demographic profile. Countries in this region are undergoing economic, social, and technological advancement, with new and exciting opportunities for members and numerous potential for IEEE.

I pledge to serve the region through 3R’s: Recruitment, Retention, and Rejuvenation. I will represent R10 and work with the IEEE Boards and Committees, Region Executive Committee and Sub-committees, Sections, Chapters, and affinity groups to maximize benefits and services for our members, opportunities for volunteers, prudent decisions on the operation, and efficient management of the Region finance.

If I earned your trust, I will devote my time and energy to the roles and responsibilities, with active participation and communication with members and volunteers. My 20 years' experience and dedication to IEEE have prepared me for the job as someone from R10, for R10, and at members’ service, for the advancement and benefits of IEEE Asia Pacific Region.  




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Kukjin Chun

Kukjin Chun

(Nominated by IEEE Region 10)

Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Seoul National University
Seoul, Korea

Kukjin Chun is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Seoul National University, where he served as Department Head in 2009-2011 and as Director of the SNU Inter-university Semiconductor Research Center in 2005. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 1986. From 2009 to 2012 he was the IEEE Region 10 Vice-Chair and Secretary, where he is currently Awards Chair. He served as IEEE Seoul Section Chair in 2007 and currently a member of the IEEE MGA SDEA Committee.

Chun was President of the Institute of Electronics Engineers of Korea, which has the longest history and largest membership in Korea. He has been a member of the National Academy of Engineering of Korea since 2007. He served on the Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering editorial board and fellow of the Institute of Physics of UK. He currently serves on the advisory committee of the Institute of Electrical Engineering of Japan.

IEEE Accomplishments and Activities


REGION 10: Secretary, 2009-10; Vice-Chair of Membership Activities, 2011-12; Member of Operational Committee, 2011-12; Chair of Section/Subsection Elevation Committee, 2011-12; Chair of Awards & Recognition Committee, 2013-14. MGA: Member of MGA Strategic Direction and Environmental Assessment Committee, 2013-14. SECTION: Seoul Section: Secretary, 2004; Web Coordinator, 2005-06; Chair, 2007. CONFERENCES: International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems: International Steering Committee, 2006-13; Asian TPC Chair, 2005. IEEE MEMS: TPC, 2001-03. IEEE SENSORS: TPC, 2008-14; 2015 IEEE MEMS General Chair. IEEE NEMS: TPC, 2009-14. Microprocesses and Nanotechnology Conference: TPC, 2004-07. AWARD: Seoul Section: Outstanding Service Award, 2004.

  • He ensured close collaboration among committee chairs of membership development, WIE, GOLD, and student activities for creating synergy as Region 10 Vice Chair. He also organized the first Chinese Leadership Workshop in 2011 in Beijing to promote and stimulate IEEE membership and activities in China. He is also a founding chair of the Section/Subsection Elevation Committee of Region 10, which approves the validity and sustainability of new IEEE geographical unit formation (Section chapter, Subsection) by introducing new petition checking guidelines.
  • He has been a member of IEEE MGA Strategic Direction and Environmental Assessment Committee and served as India TFT Chair in 2013.
  • As the Seoul Section Chair, he rejuvenated all student chapters by appointing new mentor professors and chairs and maintained the highest regular membership. He received a Certificate of Appreciation from IEEE MGA in 2008 and Outstanding Service Award from IEEE Seoul Section in 2005.
  • He served on many technical program committees of major international conferences including Asian Technical Program Committee Chair of IEEE International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems (2005), IEEE MEMS (2001-2003), IEEE NEMS (2009-2014), IEEE SENSORS (2008-2014) and Steering Committee Member of IEEE International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems (2006-2013).


Region 10 (Asia, Pacific, and Oceania) is now the largest and fastest-growing Region in IEEE, with over 110,000 members and 2,000 geographical units in 20 countries. The geographical units in the Region are quite vibrant and well established but need further growth in the following aspects, and I will work passionately to achieve goals:

  • Enhance more benefits and services to members
    • Increase more prestige, recognition and visibility of Region 10 members among IEEE community
    • Provide more value of membership and member satisfaction with tailored services
    • Empower and reward Sections/Chapters by implementing local geographic strategies
    • Enlarge humanitarian (technology) support matching culture of diversity
    • Strengthen technical leadership of the Region with innovation
  • Promote higher achievements of geographical units in the Region
    • Create synergy by providing Region support to local leadership
    • Establish new geographical units in emerging countries and rejuvenate inactive units
    • Foster initiatives for engaging academics with practitioners
    • Encourage industry practitioners, young professionals, students, and women engineers
    • Develop more collaboration between Sections and Chapters

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