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educator , researcher , Electrical engineer

Han-Pang Huang, Chinese electrical engineer, educator, researcher. Achievements include inventor of a Dextrous Hand, micro hexapod robot, laser-ball-bar calibration system. University Research award Ford Motor Company, 1995. Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Robotics and Automation Society of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (chapter chair 1995-1997), Chinese Institute Automation Engineers.

Background

Huang, Han-Pang was born on October 7, 1956 in Natou, Taiwan, China. Son of Te-Ching and Ching-Hsin (Liao) Huang.

Education

Diploma, National Taipei Institute of Technology, 1977. Master of Science, University Michigan, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy, University Michigan, 1986.

Career

Associate professor National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1986-1992, director Robotics Laboratory, since 1987, vice chair department mechanical engineer, 1992-1993, professor, since 1992, associate dean College Engineering, since 2000. Director International Business Machines Corporation-National Taiwan University Education Center, since 1989, Manufacturing Automation Technology Research Center, Taipei, 1996-1999. Consultant Industry Development Bureau Ministry Economic Affairs, Taipei, 1993-1995, Institute Information Industry, Taipei, 1994-1996.

Member advisory committee National Science Council, Taipei, since 1998, Ministry Education, Taipei, 1998-1999.

Achievements

  • Achievements include inventor of a Dextrous Hand, micro hexapod robot, laser-ball-bar calibration system.

Membership

Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Robotics and Automation Society of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (chapter chair 1995-1997), Chinese Institute Automation Engineers.

Connections

Married Li-Chu Sheu, March 25, 1990. Children: Jong-Pyng, Quann-Ru.

father:
Te-Ching Huang

mother:
Ching-Hsin (Liao) Huang

spouse:
Li-Chu Sheu

child:
Jong-Pyng Huang

child:
Quann-Ru Huang