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educator , engineer , consultant

Kwun-Lon Ting, Chinese engineer, educator, consultant. Recipient Kinslow Outstanding Engineering Research award, 1992, 97, B. Roth award, 1993, South Pointing Chariot award National Applied Mechanisms and Robotics Conference, 1999, National Science Foundation grantee, since 1991. Fellow: American Society of Mechanical Engineers.


Ting, Kwun-Lon was born on October 1, 1948 in Huwei, Taiwan. Son of Yin and Swei (Lin) Ting.


Bachelor of Science, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1972. Master of Science, Clemson University, 1977. Doctor of Philosophy, Oklahoma State University, 1982.


Instructor, Army Ordinance Academy, Taiwan, 1972-1974;mechanic engineer, Taiwan Polymer Chemicals Company, Taipei, 1974-1975;research assistant, Clemson (South Carolina.) U., 1975-1977;teaching assistant, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, 1977-1980;research associate, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, 1980-1982;assistant professor, Tennessee Technology U., Cookeville, 1982-1987;associate professor, Tennessee Technology U., Cookeville, 1987-1992;professor, Tennessee Technology U., Cookeville, since 1992. Co-director National Conference on Applied Mechanisms and Robotics, 1989, 91.


  • Other Work

    • Editor: Journal Applied Mechanisms & Robotics, 1993-1997. Associate editor: Journal Mechanical Design, since 2005. Contributor articles to professional journals.


God never intended nor desired for a single person to go to Hell. Sin caused a separation between God and man, and that Jesus’ death on the cross is the only bridge to cross from death to life. This bridge, however, is accessible by anyone at anytime.


Churches should be encouraged to teach and preach biblical truth on moral issues and to urge their members to vote according to their beliefs, convictions, and values.


Language of offensive nature with regard to race, ethnicity ornationality does not indicate the value of each individual and contradicts the teaching of Jesus Christ.


Fellow: American Society of Mechanical Engineers.


Married Rebecca Sun, May 10, 1975. Children: Lilian, Daniel.

Yin Ting

Swei (Lin) Ting

Rebecca Sun

Lilian Ting

Daniel Ting