Your decision determines who you are.

Being dedicated to the services we provide and the roles we hold here is expected to enhance the momentum of growth and lives for the entire faculty, staff, and student body of the University.

Holding onto the principles of Humbleness, Listening, Acceptance, Support and Accountability, we will sustain and extend along the legacy at Tamkang University, never stop making breakthrough and innovations in the academic domains. We will be firmly confident and take the lead by exemplifying ourselves to encourage the passion in making impacts and contributions among our colleagues.

To fulfill the vision of both sustainable and outstanding development at Tamkang University, we will do our best using our long-standing spirits of freedom and the founding ideal of the educationist to lead the more than 25,000 students and 1,500 faculty members and staffs as well as to march ahead with solid steps and deep expectation to make the future of Tamkang splendid, and further.

Let us keep firm confidence and
make promises with courage.

To be a university that illuminates the mission and
the calling of education.

To be a university that strives to be both
outstanding and contributing.

To be a university equipped with viewpoints and
concerns for the world and society.


  • Vice President for Academic Affairs, TKU
  • Distinguished Professor, Chemical & Materials Engineering Department, TKU
  • Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, New Mexico State University, USA
  • M.S., Chemical Engineering, New Mexico State University, USA
  • B.S., Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
  • Secretary General, TKU
  • Dean, College of Engineering, TKU
  • Visiting Professor, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia
  • External Examiner, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia
  • Director, Energy and Opto-Electronic Materials Research Center, TKU
  • Professor, Chemical & Materials Engineering Department, TKU
  • Visiting Professor, University of California at Santa Barbara, USA
  • Chairman, Department of Chemical & Materials Engineering, TKU
  • Solar-driven membrane distillation in saline water desalination
  • CO2 absorption by the amine solvent system in membrane contactors
  • Double-flow laminar heat and mass exchangers
  • Improved solar air heaters with external recycle
  • Membrane separation technology
  • Thermal-diffusion columns for heavy water enrichment
  • Cool-thermal discharge systems from ice melting
  • Zone Refining

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