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physics professor , researcher

Yung-Kang Kuo, Chinese physics professor, researcher. Achievements include research in thermal physics, intermetallic and thermoelectric compounds, strong correlated systems and phase transition. Member of Physical Society Republic China (associate), American Physical Society (associate).

Background

Kuo, Yung-Kang was born on August 8, 1964 in Taipei, Taiwan. Son of Chong-Hsiang Kuo and Hsiu-Hui Feng.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University Kentucky, 1995.

Career

Postdoctoral researcher Clemson University, South Carolina, 1995—1998. Assistant professor National Dong Hwa University, Shou-Feng, Taiwan, 1998—2001, associate professor, 2001—2005, professor physics, since 2005. Lieutenant, 1988-1990, Taiwan.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in thermal physics, intermetallic and thermoelectric compounds, strong correlated systems and phase transition.

Membership

Member of Physical Society Republic China (associate), American Physical Society (associate).

Connections

Married Hsiang-Ying Kung, March 7, 1992. Children: Kevin, Sarah.

father:
Chong-Hsiang Kuo

mother:
Hsiu-Hui Feng

spouse:
Hsiang-Ying Kung

child:
Kevin Kuo

child:
Sarah Kuo