Chien-Te Hsieh received his Ph.D. degree at the Department of Chemical Engineering from the National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Taiwan, in 2001. Prior to joining the faculty of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Material Science of Yuan Ze University (YZU), he worked as a Ph.D. Researcher at Materials/Chemical Research Laboratories, Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), from 2001 to 2004. He has held more than 15 patents and patent applications, and he also published more than 82 academic SCI journal papers and ~100 conference papers and has coauthored one nanomaterials technology-related book. In 2008, he received two gold medal awards, for the papers entitled “Method for growing three-dimensional carbon nanostructures” and “Fluidized-bed system and method for forming carbon nanotubes,” in Taipei International Invention Show & Technomart 2008. In 2010, he won one gold medal award, for the paper entitled “Method for fabricating metal-doped titania nanotubes,” in Taipei International Invention Show & Technomart 2010, and 2010 MCP Outstanding Paper Award for the paper entitled “Superhydrophobicity and superoleophobicity from hierarchical silica sphere stacking layers,” published in Materials Chemistry and Physics. Recently, this paper was selected and received an award (2011 Engineering Paper Award) in Chinese Institute of Engineers.
Biography Updated on 19 December 2011