B.S., (National Taiwan University), Ph.D. (Analytical Chemistry), University of Alberta
My research interest is in the heterogeneous phase titrations, the use of heterogeneous phase in the separations of closed related compounds. Phase studies of carbon dioxide and hydrocarbons; phase studies of hydrocarbons and surfactant.
I teach at the Department of Chemistry of the USM Gulf Coast Campus. I am mainly responsible for General Chemistry I & II, and Analytical Chemistry courses. USM Gulf Campus doesn’t have Chemistry major, but many students who study related fields are able to obtain a Chemistry minor degree after taking additional Chemistry classes such as my Analytical Chemistry. I am also responsible for CHE392, the Independent Research class for undergraduate students. Students would be able to take part more researches by taking this class. Additionally I teach one semester of CHE104, a Chemistry elective for non-major students.