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Engineering educator

Shih-Yow Huang was Chinese engineering educator. Achievements include design of miniature torque meter tailored to the measurement of power consumption; development of kinetic model for microbial uptake of insoluble solid-state substrate.

Background

Huang, Shih-Yow was born on July 8, 1935 in Taipei, Taiwan. Son of I-Lien Huang and Kuon-Chiao Chuan.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1958. Master of Science, University Tokyo, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, University Tokyo, 1970.

Career

Research fellow and chemical engineer Weichuan Foods Corporation, Taipei, 1960—1963. Associate professor Department Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University, 1970—1973, professor, 1973—2005, head, 1977—1980. Visiting professor department biological engineering Korea Advanced Institute of Science, Seoul, 1975.

Visiting professor department chemical engineering Nagoya University, Japan, 1989—1990. Technical consultant GeneFerm Biotechnology Company, Tainan, Taiwan, 2004—2009. Supervisor research group Polymer Laboratory National Taiwan University, 2005—2009.

Achievements

  • Achievements include design of miniature torque meter tailored to the measurement of power consumption. Development of kinetic model for microbial uptake of insoluble solid-state substrate.

Connections

Married Fong-Chen Wei. Children: Chien-Loon, Chien-Ning.

father:
I-Lien Huang

mother:
Kuon-Chiao Chuan

spouse:
Fong-Chen Wei

child:
Chien-Loon Huang

child:
Chien-Ning Huang