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Chemical engineering educator

Nae-Lih Wu, Chinese chemical engineer, educator. Achievements include patents for method for preparing monolith tin oxide and rion oxide supercapacitor. Member of American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Materials Research Society, Chinese Institute Chemical Engineering (Outstanding Young Investigator award 1993).

Background

Wu, Nae-Lih was born on September 26, 1958 in Taipei, Taiwan, China. Son of Keh-Sarn and Fon-Mei (Liu) Wu.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1987.

Career

Postdoctoral fellow State University of New York, Buffalo, 1987-1988. Associate professor chemical engineering department National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1988-1992, professor, since 1992, director Research Center Petrochemical Industry, since 2001. Visiting professor Texas Center Superconductivity University Houston, 1996—1997.

Second lieutenant Chinese Marines, 1980-1982.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for method for preparing monolith tin oxide and rion oxide supercapacitor.

Membership

Second lieutenant Chinese Marines, 1980-1982. Member AIChE, Chinese Institute Chemical Engineering (Outstanding Young Investigator award 1993), Materials Research Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: traveling, swimming, music.

Connections

Parents: Keh-Sarn and Fon-Mei (Liu) W. Married Chung-Huei Jowin Liu, Oct.27, 1991. Children: Yih-Chyng, Yi-Ping.

father:
Keh-Sarn Wu

mother:
Fon-Mei (Liu) Wu

spouse:
Chung-Huei Jowin Liu

child:
Yi-Ping Wu

child:
Yih-Chyng Wu