Chii-Ruey Lin, PhD

President, Minghsin University of Science and Technology, Hsinchu, Taiwan

Prof. Chii-Ruey Lin, born in 1955, in Taipei, was given the master of science after graduation from the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology in 1987. With the pursuit of science in mind, he later extended his research on mechanical engineering in National Chiao-Tung University and obtained a doctoral degree in 1997. Shortly, in 2001 He applied his knowledge into teaching and research, and assumed the responsibility of directing the Department of Engineering in National Taipei University of Technology as the Dean. In 2006, he took on a bigger role in the department as the Dean of the College of Mechanical & Electrical Engineering. Fully committed to the development of the school, he further dedicated himself as the Vice President for National Taipei University of Technology.

He specializes in areas regarding nano-diamond technologies, mectronics, biomedical, and the nuances on its application on the manufacturing process, including the pivotal technique development for diamond applications and other innovations. He is author or co-author of > 100 articles or book chapters in peer-reviewed journals and has participated as speaker, reviewer, editor, chairman, or organizer in multiple National and International meetings. Moreover, he has been awarded for his remarkable academic achievement for multiple times. He received the award of Outstanding engineering Professor from Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society, and the Best Researcher Award from the College of Mechanical & Electrical Engineering, National Taipei University of Technology and has received the honor of the Outstanding Alumni Award from both National Taiwan University of Science & Technology and National Taipei University of Technology.

With his exceptional academic achievement, he received the honor to become a corresponding member of The Russia International Engineering Academic, fostering international academic dialogues and positive academic growth. He is also currently a guest professor of University of Texas Arlington, Center for Global Academic Initiatives. He not only aims at building relations between academic institutions, he is also an important figure in promoting cooperative relations between academic institutions and the industries. With his innovative exploration, he has above 9 different patents registered and has devoted these progressive technologies into application. Moreover, he finds his calling in the improvement of Taiwanese education at large. He is currently the Associate Director of the Joint Commission of Technological and Vocational College Admission Committee since 2011. He is also the Directer of the National Radio Frequency Identification Promotion under Taiwan’s Ministry of Education. The impressive active roles he holds represent his strong commitment to the society.