Dr. Hsu-Wei Fang got his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from National Taiwan University. Then he obtained his maters and Ph.D. degree in chemical engineering from University of Maryland at College Park. During 1996-2003, Hsu-Wei was conducting his research about testing platform of artificial joints at National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) of USA. Dr. Fang is currently the professor of chemical engineering and biotechnology at National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT) in Taiwan (assistant professor, 2003-2006; associate professor, 2006-2009; professor, 2009-now). He is also an adjunct researcher at National Health Research Institutes (NHRI) of Taiwan. Dr. Fang’s research interests include biomedical engineering, biomaterials development and testing, and surface engineering of materials. His outstanding research is recognized by receiving Mr. Wu Ta-Yu’s award from National Science Council of Taiwan in 2009. In addition, Prof. Fang is the director of the innovation and incubation center of NTUT. He was then elected as the vice president of Chinese Business Incubation Association (Taiwan) in 2011. Especially, Prof. Fang is leading his incubation team to carry out the incubation network project for green energy industry which is sponsored by Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) of Taiwanese government since 2008. The outcome of this project leads to the successful integration of Taiwanese incubation resources for small and median enterprises (SMEs). Prof. Fang has been appointed as the Secretary General for Health Industry Development Association across the strait (HIDAS) and he is actively working on the exchange and integration of the medical industry between Taiwan and China.
Biography Updated on 5 August 2012