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Chemical engineering educator

Jo-Shu Chang, Chinese chemical engineering educator. Achievements include research and development of techniques on biological treatment of heavy metals; development of micorbial means for wastewater decolorization; research and development of anaerobic bioreactor strategies to produce hydrogen gas as a clean renewable energy resource.

Background

Chang, Jo-Shu was born on November 29, 1959 in Chia-Yi, Taiwan. Son of Wen-Lai Changand Chiung-Ruang Chu.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University California, Irvine, 1993.

Career

Associate professor Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan, 1993-1998, professor Taiwan, since 1998.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research and development of techniques on biological treatment of heavy metals. Development of micorbial means for wastewater decolorization. Research and development of anaerobic bioreactor strategies to produce hydrogen gas as a clean renewable energy resource.

Membership

Member International Association Water Quality, Chinese Institute Chemical Engineers (life), Chinese Institute Environmental Engirng. (life), Chinese Chemical Society (life).

Connections

Married Hui-Ching Su, July 13, 1960. Children: Grace, Eric.

father:
Wen-Lai Changand Chiung-Ruang Chu Chang

spouse:
Hui-Ching Su

child:
Grace Chang

child:
Eric Chang