Ming-Fa  Lin Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Ming-Fa Lin

Distinghuished Professor
National Cheng Kung University

Ming-Fa Lin is a distinguished professor in the Department of Physics, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. He received his Ph.D. in physics in 1993 from the National Tsing-Hua University, Taiwan. His main scientific interests focus on essential properties of carbon-related materials and low-dimensional systems. He is a member of American Physical Society, American Chemical Society, and Taiwan Physical Society.

Subjects: Physics


Professional Experience:
2006.08-present         NCKU Distinguished Professor of Physics, NCKU
2001.08-2006.07       Professor of Physics, NCKU
1998.08-2001.07       Associate Professor of Physics, NCKU
1997.08-1998.07       Assistant Professor of Physics, NCKU
1995.08-1997.07       Postdoc of Electrophysics, NCTU
1993.08-1995.07       Postdoc of Physics, NTHU
1986.08-1987.07       Lecturer of Physics Teaching and Research Center, Feng Chia University

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Areas of Research: Condensed Matter Physics, Computational Physics, nanomaterials, tight-binding model, first-principles

    Professional Activities:
    2015.06-present          Editorial board member for the Scientific Report
    2009-present               International cooperation with Prof. W.P. Su (Houston Uni.; from 2009)
    and Distinguished Prof. G.A. Gumbs (Hunter College of CUNY; 2010)
    2012.12                       Organizer for the international workshop: 2st Workshop on Nanoscience:
    2011.12                       Organizer for the international workshop: 1st Workshop on Nanoscience:  
    2007.08                       Co-originator of the Taiwan Society of Quantum Technology
    2005-present             Organizer or Co-organizer for the Nanomaterial Workshops (more than 17 times; sponsored by NCKU & NCTS)
    2005-2006                  Coordinator of the study group “Low-Dimensional Systems and
                                       Nanostructures”, National Center for Theoretical Sciences
    1999-present              Theses Advisor: 40 M.A.'s and 30 Ph.D.'s


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