Prof. Chin E. Lin
Prof. Chin E. Lin
National Cheng Kung University, Chinese Taipei

Prof. Lin was born in Chang Hua, Taiwan. He received BS and MS from Department of Electrical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan, and Ph. D. of Electrical Engineering from Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas, USA. Since 1984, he has been with Department of Electrical Engineering, and Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, National Cheng Kung University, from associate professor to full professor. P rof. Lin has wide research involvements on electric power engineering, power system economic dispatch, power electronics (as one of the early founders in Taiwan), new energy system, and then shifting into avionics systems, flight control, magnetic suspension system, and recent mobile communication and its added value applications in data communication and remote control. Prof. Lin has contributed more than 120 IEEE/AIAA/and other journal papers and more than 300 conference papers.

Prof. Lin has been serving academic positions as Dean and Head in National Cheng Kung University, Distinguished Chair Professor from South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China, and presidents of Chinese Automatic Control Society, Taiwan, and International Association of Science and Technology for Development, IASTED, Swiss, as well as international conference organizing chairman, committee member, keynote speaker and session chair, also serving to many well-known international journals as associate editors and reviewers. Prof. Lin has received outstanding research award and several other awards from government funding.

Prof. Lin has been with very good relationship to industry for the past 35 years, and has established at least hundred cooperation programs to promote industrial research and development in products and manufacturing. Since 2002, Prof. Lin has been inspired with many new research concept and methodology as a member of “International Cooperation Program on Antimatters Search in Space”, leading by Samuel Ting under support from NASA and 16 countries.