黃志青教授

BS National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
MS, PhD UCLA, USA

Executive Director (equivalent to Associate Vice-President) of Hong Kong Institute for Advanced Study, City University of Hong Kong

香港城市大學材料科學講座教授

Professor Jacob C. Huang

聯絡資料

辦公室: AE-030
電話: (852) 3442 4722
傳真: (852) 3442 0892
電郵: chihuang@cityu.edu.hk
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Professor Jacob C. Huang has been the Senior Vice President of National Sun Yat-Sen University (NSYSU) and the National Chair Professor, Taiwan. He received his BS degree from National Tsinghua University, Taiwan, in 1979, and his MS and PhD degrees from UCLA, in 1983 and 1986. He has been the post-doc research fellow in Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA, in 1987-1989, and advanced to associate, full, and chair professors in NSYSU in 1989, 1994, and 2006, respectively. He has acted as department chair, dean, chair of institutional research (IR) office, and vice president in NSYSU, and program manager in National Science Council (NSC) and vice chair of MRS-T society in Taiwan. He has been awarded many times by NSC and Ministry of Education of Taiwan, as well as TECO Award, Ho-Jin-Tua Award, Lu-Chih-Ming Award, elected as MRS-T and ASM Fellow, and finally awarded as National Chair Professor in Taiwan, the highest honor for engineering academic award. He has also been the Editor of Materials Letters.

His research areas include thin film metallic glasses, multilayer and interface study, low density high entropy alloys, 3D printing additive manufacture, biocompatible implant-used gradient porous Ti foams, and nanocrystalline materials. He has published more than 300 journal papers, and many conference papers and patents. Professor Jacob C. Huang’s most significant contribution in worldwide basis might be his pioneer starting research in low temperature superplasticity (LTSP) and thin film metallic glasses (TFMG). In addition, he has devoted to the realization and promotion of academic research to the industrial application in Taiwan. For example, he developed thermomechanical treatments on various Al alloys for China Steel Corp-Aluminum Corp, Taiwan. He also developed forming techniques for Mg and Al enclosures for cell phones and laptop computers for Catcher and Foxconn Corp, two of the world largest supplier for metal casings for Apples I-Phone, Acer Computer, Asus Computer, and HTC cell phone Companies. In the past five years, he developed thin film metallic glass coatings for optical and thermal devices and effectively transferred the technology to several local companies. His recent progress on 3D printing additive manufacture of TiZrTaSi based biocompatible graded porous foams for replacement of human cortical and cancellous spine bone has been exciting.