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academic administrator , science educator

Lou-chuang Lee, Chinese academic administrator, science educator. Fellow Japan Toray Foundation, 1986; Fulbright Distinguished scholar Institute for Space Research, 1988; recipient Outstanding Achievement award National Science Council, 1998. Fellow Academia Sinica, Third World Academy of Sciences; member New York Academy of Sciences.


Lee, Lou-chuang was born on April 20, 1947 in Taiwan.


Bachelor of Science in Physics, National Taiwan University, 1969. Master of Science in Physics, California Institute of Technology, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, California Institute of Technology, 1975.


Research associate National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Goddard Space Flight Center, Tianan City, Taiwan, 1975-1977. Visiting assistant professor University Maryland Institute of Physics Sciences and Technology, 1977-1978. Professor Geophysical Institute and Department of Physics, University Alaska, 1978-1995.

Professor department physics National Cheng Kung University, since 1995, dean College of Science, 1995-2001. Chief scientist National Space Program Office, Taiwan, 1997—2001, director Taiwan, 2001—2004. President National Applied Research Laboratories, Taipei, 2003—2006, National Central University, since 2006.

Visiting faculty, professor Tokyo University, 1986, University Maryland, 1985, 87, National Central University, 1990, Princeton University, 1991, China University of Science and Technology, since 1990, Nagoya University, 1996. Honorary professor Center for Space and Science and Application, Academia Sinica, Beijing, since 1990.


Fellow Academia Sinica, Third World Academy of Sciences. Member New York Academy of Sciences.