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Initial post: Sep 3, 2013 12:19:03 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Sep 3, 2013 12:30:38 PM PDT
Sue Rogers says:
Through Freedom OF Information Act, 4 Ping Fu's resumes were obtained from the National Science Foundation. All the 4 resumes include falsified information.

If the American public could not identify her fabricated childhood, people should care about her lies on her resume as part of several grant applications submitted to National Science Foundation. She listed college degree she did not earn, she listed a position she did not hold, and she listed a book she translated from English to Chinese without properly obtaining copyright (or translation right)--this is called plagiarism.

Because of limit of statute, Ms. Ping Fu probably won't be punished by law, but this kind of behavior should be condemned.

Posted on Sep 3, 2013 12:21:29 PM PDT
Sue Rogers says:
Liangfu Wu says:

Ms. Ping Fu fabricated her academic degrees in many places. Here is the Example No 1. For those people offer 5-star reviews, if you truly read the book, you should be able to see where the fabrications are.

Ms. Fu's resumes are now public information.
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submitted in 1991 as part of a federal grant application, Award Number: 9200301

National Center for University of Illinois
Supercomputing Applications at Urbana-Champaign

Ping Fu

Office: NCSA, 152 CAB Nationality: Chinese
605 E Springñeld Ave - Home: (redacted)
Champaign, Illinois 61820
Internet: pfu@ncsa.uiuc.edu

Interests
Scientific visualization;
Graphics user interface Design;
Algorithms and computational geometry;

Work Experience

Senior. Research Programmer. National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (April 1991 - current).
Visualize scientific data for electronic devices simulation in collaboration with the National Center for Computational Electronics. Support and enhance NCSA Polyview an interactive graphics tool on Silicon Graphics 4D series. Design and develop a common data representation for finite element data. Design and implement geometric algorithms for three dimensional mesh generator. Create customized C modules for Application Visualization System (AVS) on Stardent computer.

Member of Technical Staff. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Naperville, Illinois (June 1988--April 1991).
Designed and developed a large interactive data automation and management system for internal software developers and managers of SESS switch. The software system integrates and controls more than 100 graphics and database tools, and captures most of the manual work in the software life cycle.
Managed 20 technical staffs on a database reorganization project which lead to large memory savings on real time systems.

Software Consultant. Resource Systems Group, San Diego, California (July 1986 - June 1988).
Implemented large database applications for industries and business entities. Designed an graphic user interface for an expert system. Worked as on-site consultant for UNIX systems, relational database, and 4th generation languages. Prepared documentations and training courses.

Lecturer. Nanjing Aeronautical Institute, China (1982-1983).

Education

MS Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, May 1990.
BS Computer Science, University of California at San Diego, March 1988.
BA Chinese Literature, Suzhou University, China, March 1982.

Selected Publications

NCSA Polyview version 2.0. A reference manual. NCSA, August 1991.
SPARTAN - Data development and management system. Internal technical publication at AT&T Bell Laboratories, Naperville, March 1991.
Memory mining data capability design. Naperville, December 1990.
A geometric algorithm for scheduling hard real-time aperiodic transactions. Master thesis, internal publication at University of Ulinoís Urbana-Champaign, May 1990.
Operational Views. Internal technical publication at AT&T Bell Laboratories, Naperville, March 1990.
Computer-aided software engineering and data automation applications. Internal technical report at AT&T Bell laboratories, Naperville, November 1989.
Two minutes stories. Hubei, China, isbn 7-5353-0761-2, 1988.

Selected Presentations

Visualization tools with distributed capability. 1991 SIGGRAPH Exhibition, Las Vegas, NV, July 1991.
Manipulating unstructured polygonal data using interactive graphics tool. Visualization workshop at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, Urbana, June 1991.
Operational views. Data design workshop at AT&T Bell Laboratories, Naperville, Illinois, January 1991.

Posted on Sep 3, 2013 12:22:41 PM PDT
Sue Rogers says:
Liangfu Wu says:

Ms. Ping Fu fabricated her academic degrees in many places. Here is the Example No 2. For those people offer 5-star reviews, if you truly read the book, you should be able to see where the fabrications are.

Ms. Fu's resumes are now public information.
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submitted in 1998 as part of a federal grant application, Award Number: 9760985

Automatic Creation of N UfwS Patches from Tríangulated Surfaces 18

Ping Fu CEO & President

Experience

President, Raindrop Geomagic, Inc., Champaign, IL (May, 1996 a present)
Strategic planning, overall corporate governance, fund raising, external and internal relations, corporate legal structure, intellectual property protection, license negotiation with U of I, personnel management, board of director meetings and decision making, technical directions, marketing, publicity, software OEM licensing, shareholder meetings, serve customers and employees.

Technical Program Manager, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (April, 1991 - present)
Product manager for scientific visualization software. Initiated and helped to design NCSA Mosaic internet browser software. Designed and developed several 3D graphics software including: Alpha-shapes, Shape2D, MinMaxer, HDF~UCD, Polyview, etc. Designed and developed a common data representation for finite element data, Pioneer Work in virtual environment,~ including CAVE, BOOM, HMD, and other VR devices. Expert in high speed networks (ISDN, ATM, VBNS, etc.) and distributed computing. Very experienced with UNIX/IRIX, C/C++, GL/OpeuGL, X/Motif. Experienced in using commercial visualization software.

Senior Consultant, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (August, 1995 July, 1996)
­Helped to start up a state of art computing and communication center. Deployed a supercomputer and helped to develop user policies. Helped to set up web servers in three major Hong Kong universities.

Member of Technical Staff, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Naperville, Illinois (June, 1988 April, 1991)
Developed software for SESS switch and ISDN features. Designed and developed data mining software for a real-time relational database on SESS switch. Managed a technical staff of 20 on a database reorganization project which led to large memory savings. Experienced with networking and telecommunication technologies.

Software Consultant, Resource Systems Group, San Diego (May, 1985 - June, 1988)

Education

MS in Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana~Champaign, May, 1990.
BS in Computer Science, University of California at San Diego, March, 1988.
BA in Chinese Literature, Suzhou University, China, March, 1982.

Selected Publications

Geometric Modeling in CAVE (with H. Edelsbrunner, I. Qian) Accepted by ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology 1996.
Viewing Protein Models in CAVE (with H. Edelsbrunner, I. Qian) Appearing in IEEE computer graphics and applications, July 1996.
AnallyAtic shape Vcom'putation of macromolecules (with H. Edelsbrunner, I. Liang, P. V. Sudhadar, S. Subramaniam). Manuscript. 1996.
Modèling angl Deforming Geometric Protein Structure. In visual proc. of Supercomputing conference 1995.
Measuring proteins and voids in proteins (with H. Edelsbrunner, M. Facello, J. Liang). In proc. of 28th Hawaii international conference on system sciences, 1995. P.256~264 (V4).
Stepping inside: alpha shapes. In visual proc. of ACM SIGGRAPH 1994.
Geninetçic represèntations for manipulating unstructured cell data (with N. Akkiraju). In proc, of Geometric Visualization 1994.

Selected Software Releasess

Three-dimensional alpha shapes (with H. Edelsbrunner and E. Mücke), release 1.0 in 1992, release 2.0 in 1993, release 2.2 in 1994, release 3.0 in 1995. Ftp: ftp.ncsa.uiuc.edu (141.142.20.50), directory/Visualization/Alpha-shapes.
Shape2D (with H. Edelsbrunner, N. Akkiraju and C. Varela), 1994, release 1.0 in 1993, release 2.0 in 1994. ftp ftp.ncsa.uiuc.edu (141.142.20.50), directory /Visualizatíon/ShapeZD.
Three-dimensional Delaunay triangulations (with H. Edelsbrunner and E. Mücke), release 1.0 in 1992, release 2.0 in 1993, ftp cs.uiuc.edu (128.174.252.1), directory /pub/edels/geometry.

Posted on Sep 3, 2013 12:23:23 PM PDT
Sue Rogers says:
Liangfu Wu says:

Ms. Ping Fu fabricated her academic degrees in many places. Here is the Example No 3. For those people offer 5-star reviews, if you truly read the book, you should be able to see where the fabrications are.

Ms. Fu's resumes are now public information.
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submitted in 1999 as part of a federal grant application, Award Number: 9901627

AUTOMATIC CREATÍON OF NU RBS PATCHES FROM 21
TRIANGULATED SURFACES

Ping Fu Chief Technology Officer

Experience
Chief Technology Officer and Chairman of the Board. Raindrop Geomagic, Ine, Chmnpaígn, IL (Augusŕ 1998--Present). Responsibilities include product management and development, future technology direction and research, marketing research and communications, and business development.

CEO and President, Raîndrop Geomagic, Inc., Champaign, IL (May 1996 e August 1998). Responsibilities include strategic planning, overall corporate governance, corporate legal structure, fund-raising, personnel management, technical directions, marketing, and publicity.

Technical Program Manager, National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (April 1991 - present). Initiated and helped to design NCSA Mosaic software. Managed and produced the well-received software Alpha ShapesTM. Responsible for developing and managing modeling and graphics software at NCSA.

Senior Consultant, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (August 1995 »July 1996). Started a state-computing and communications center. Deployed a supercomputer and helped to develop user policies. Supervised web servers in three major Hong Kong universities. Helped to start Hong Kong Supernet, an Internet provider company.

Member of Technical Staff, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Naperville, Illinois (June 1988--April 1991). Developed software for 5ESS switch and ISDN features. Designed and developed data mining software for a real-time relational database on 5ESS switch. Managed a technical staff of 20.

Software Consultant, Resource Systems Group, San Diego, California (May, 1984 june, 1988). Developed the first relational database on UNIX systems.

Education
MS in Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, May 1990.
BS in Computer Science, University of California at San Diego, March 1988.
MA in Chinese Literature, Suzhou University, China, 1982

Awards
Best paper award, Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 1995.
GNR grant, co-PI Èerbert Edelsbrunner, `Modeling with Símph'cial Complexes," 1994-1997.
NSF grant, co-PI Herbert Edelsbrunner, "Shapes for Modeling and Visualization," 1992-1994.
GM industrial award, co-PI Herbert Edelsbrunner, "Weighted Alpha Shapes," 1994.
FMC industrial award, "3D Geometry Data Exchange," 1993-1994.
Motorola Industrial award, "Finite Element Analysis Graphics," 1992-1993.
DEC equipment grant, "Alpha Innovations Program," 1993.

Publications and Presentations

Published more than 20 technical papers in leading technical journals and conference proceedings and two books in Chinese,
Presentation at SIGGRAPH `92, '93, `94, `97, Supercomputing 1995, and various other conferences.
Given invited speeches in China, Taiwan, South Korea, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, and several universities in the United States between 1991~1997.
Keynote speaker at the National Innovation Workshop, 1997.

Posted on Sep 3, 2013 12:25:39 PM PDT
Sue Rogers says:
Liangfu Wu says:

One more: Ms. Ping Fu's school Record released by Suzhou University
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What is shown here is an official document: a student registration card filled out by new students when they enroll in the college. This one-page card contains a lot of information regarding the students, much more than American universities would collect.

This card filled out by Ms. Ping Fu on October 19, 1978 offers a good description of Ms. Ping Fu's childhood and whether she went through normal K-12 education.

The translation of this card (form) is done according to the fields without copying of the layout of the fields.

Please note, not every field was filled out by Ms. Ping Fu at that time. Therefore, most of blank fields are not included in this translation.

1. There was a b/w photo of Ms. Ping Fu at the upper-right corner of the card.
2. When showing this copy of the card, the school used the big and bold fonts to emphasize four major fields that dispute Ms. Ping Fu's fabrications in her memoir.
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Student Registration Card, Jiangsu Teacher's College

October 19, 1978

-Department/major: Chinese Literature
-Student Number: 78027
-Student Name: Ping Fu
-Gender: Female
-Birthdate: May 30, 1958
-Hometown: Qianjiang, Hubei Province
-Ethnic Group: Han
-Family Background: Teacher (translator's note: her father's professional and social status)
-Student current status: student
-For Chinese Communist Party member--year and month jointed: (blank)
-For Chinese Communist Youth League member--year and month jointed: April 1973
-Marriage Status:: N/A
-Health: Good
-K-6 Education: graduated from Nanjing Guang Huamen Hight School in July 1976
-Any position in student bodies during high school years: Class Monitor
...

-Previous Employer: Nanjing Radio Equipment Factory
-Type of Employer: Collective
(translator's note: There were two types of business organizations back in China in 1970s: 100% state owned, and collectively owned)
-Position and Position Status: Apprentice, government employee
-Starting Date of Employment: October 13, 1977
-Duration of Employment: one year
-Monthly Salary: 17RMB (School adds note here: the average monthly cost of living was about 15RMB)
-Parent's Name: Fu, (first name was redacted)
-Relationship: Father
-Parents' Employers: (redacted)
-Family Income: (redacted)

Posted on Sep 28, 2013 10:52:20 AM PDT
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Posted on Nov 7, 2013 7:12:53 PM PST
Sue Rogers says:
Liangfu Wu says: Ping Fu vs. Ping Fu

DARK CHILDHOOD
I was a black kid that had no rights and I was nobody. (Ping Fu at a 2012 USCIS Conference)

A member of the Chinese Communist Youth League, a class monitor in high school.
(Ping Fu's Student Registration Record at Suzhou University)

K-12 EDUCATION
I remember when I graduated from high school, I looked forward to flying out of my parents' warm nest. (Ping Fu in Drifting Bottle, p. 66)

I studied Chinese literature before I came here; that's why I didn't speak any English and I didn't go through K-12.(Ping Fu at a 2012 USCIS Conference)

THESIS ON ONE-CHILD POLICY

When I completed my thesis in the spring of 1982, I never imagined that anything would come of out my work. Unbeknownst to me, someone in my department sent a copy of my thesis to the Chinese press. My finding wound up as the editor's comments in the Shanghai newspaper, which called for an end to the madness. (Chapter 8, p. 255) Ping Fu in Bend, Not Break (December 31, 2012)

Yes, in chapter eight of my book I explained the incident, related to my research, and my demerits were due to absences from school. I did not have a chance to write the thesis. My research about birth control policy, which led to the observation of infanticide, never turned into a thesis because I left school. Ping Fu in response to South China Morning Post (July 7, 2013)

WHAT WAS MS. FU DOING DURING 1982-1983?
Kidnapped by Nanjing police on Suzhou University campus; kept for three days without being charged; deported without graduating. (Ping Fu in Bend, Not Break, pp. 255-256)

Earned a BA degree from Suzhou University and held a lecturer position at Nanjing Aeronautical Institute Ping Fu's Résumé and Correspondence for NSF Grant Proposal, Case File 9200301

Posted on Nov 8, 2014 6:26:32 AM PST
Last edited by the author on Nov 8, 2014 4:38:45 PM PST
Sue Rogers says:
As the stock DDD kept dropping, investors of this company are in pain. People on Yahoo DDD message board are screaming. DDD just changed their CFO, I wonder why they kept Ping Fu? She is a liar, which was proven beyond doubt. What did she contribute for DDD since she joined them?

Ping Fu is very good in dealing with old men. Investors should be upset if that is the reason they kept her.

(This thread may not be the right place for discussion of DDD stock, but I didn't want to start a new thread. Just wanted to share my thoughts with the truth seekers.)
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