Jinn P. Chu Professor and Vice Dean Education Ph.D., Materials Sci. & Eng., Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, 1992. Phone ： 02-2730-3292 Email ： firstname.lastname@example.org. Experience
Jinn P. Chu
Professor and Vice Dean
Ph.D., Materials Sci. & Eng., Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, 1992
2010/10 ~now College of Engineering, Vice Dean, NTUS2009/08 ~now Nanotechnology Center, Director, NTUST2009/02 ~now Graduate Institute of Engineering, Chairman, NTUST2007/08 ~now Dept. of Materials Sci. and Eng., Professor, NTUST2008/08 ~now Journal of the Chinese Institute of Engineers, Executive Editor1993/08-2007/07 Institute of Materials Eng., Professor, NTOU
2002/11-2007/07 Institute of Materials Eng., Chair, NTOU 2007/01-2007/07 User Center for Precious Instruments, Chair, NTOU
The Chinese Society for Materials Science, Member of the CouncilTaiwan Society for Coating, Standing Member of the Council
Metallic Glasses and thin films, Sputtering processes, Materials Characterizations
Form a team includes materials, machinery and optoelectronics of expertises in NTUST to join the project of ministry of education, and serve as project director. The name of project: “Development and application of micro/nano metallic glass molding”. It will be funded for NT$30 million, for years of 2010-2012.
Formed and joined an international project named "Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Metallic Materials: Microstructural Feature and Property Evaluation" with Prof. Chih-Ching Huang. The team numbers include the professors from domestic and USA, Prof. C. T. Liu, A. Chang, P. K. Liaw, and T. G. Nieh. It is funded for about NT$15 million in three years, 2004-2008.
- High strength
- High hardness
- High elasticity
- High anti-corrosion
- Long fatigue life