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Geotechnical engineer

Theodore Tsing-Yuan Chang, Chinese civil, hydraulic, environmental and geotechnical engineer. Achievements include research in precipitation characteristic of Utah.


Chang, Theodore Tsing-Yuan was born on August 5, 1929 in Hsinchu, Taiwan. Son of Chung Liang and Yeh Pen Chang.


Bachelor of Science, Taiwan University, 1953. Master of Science, Utah State University, 1964.


Civil and hydraulic engineer Bureau Reclamation, Taipei, Taiwan, 1953-1958. Research assistant Utah State University, Logan, 1958-1962. Survey and design engineer Harry Balke Consultant, Cincinnati, 1959.

Chief engineer Industrial Laboratory, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 1962-1970. Professor Wan-Non College Engineer, Chungli, Taiwan, 1964-1972. Laboratory chief Taiwan Free Way Project, 1972-1976.

Chief engineer CKS International Airport, Taoyuan, Taiwan, 1976-1980, Taipei Feitsui Reservoir Construction, Taipei, 1980-1988. Specialist Taipei Feitsui Resevrvoir Administration Bureau, since 1988.


  • Achievements include research in precipitation characteristic of Utah.


Second lieutenant Chinese Military, 1953-1954. Member American Society of Civil Engineers, International Society Soil Mechancis, Southeast Institute Soil Engineers, Chinese Institute Civil Engineers, Asian Geotechnical Society, Utah State University Alumni Association (president 1984-1989).


Married Yueh Mei Huang, January 18, 1963. Children: Jukay, Daniel.

Chung Liang

Yeh Pen Chang

Yueh Mei Huang

Jukay Chang

Daniel Chang