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director , researcher , Engineering educator

Ta-Te Lin, Chinese engineering educator, director, researcher. Recipient Distinguished Teaching award, National Taiwan University, 1999.

Background

Lin, Ta-Te was born on June 11, 1959 in Taipei, Taiwan. Son of Ying and Ping Lin.

Education

Bachelor of Science, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1981. Master of Science, Cornell University, New York, 1985. Doctor of Philosophy, Cornell University, New York, 1989.

Career

Director personal counseling section student affair division National Taiwan University, 1999—2001. Director Administrative Affairs Preparatory Office Hsinchu biomedical Science Park, since 2004. Second lieutenant Chinese Armor Force, 1979-1981, Taiwan.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for automatic seedling transplanting system. Patents for automatic potting system for ornamental flower seedlings. Patents for an automatic X-ray inspection system for quarantine fruits.

    Research in machine vision systems for bioproduction. Research in cryobiology. Research in biological system modeling and analyses.

    Research in magnetic resonance imaging applications. Research in design of automatic machinery for bioproduction.

Membership

Board governors The Lim Pen-Yuan Chinese Cultural and Educational Foundation, Taipei, since 2002. Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Chinese Automatic Control Society, Taiwan Agricultural Information Technology Association (board governors 2003-2007), Chinese Agricultural Engineering Society, Taiwan Institute Biomechatronics 2003-2006, Chinese Society Agricultural Machinery 2005-2006, (Best Annual Paper award 2000, 2003, 2005, Academic Achievement award 2005), American Society Agricultural and Biological Engineers, Japanese Society Agricultural Informatics, Society Cryobiology, Chinese Image Processing and Pattern Recognition Society.

Connections

Married Daisy Huang; 1 child Raymond.

father:
Ying Lin

mother:
Ping Lin

spouse:
Daisy Huang

child:
Raymond Lin