Distinguished Professor Yao-Tung Lin
Green Technology
Supervisor

Distinguished Professor Yao-Tung Lin 林耀東 特聘教授

  • Director, Environmental Nano-Material Measurement Laboratory
  • President, National Land and Resources Conservation Society
  • Academic Secretary, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, National Chung Hsing University
 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Application and Implication of Nano-Sized Material on the Environmental and Agricultural System

  • Nano-materials characterization

  • Colloid and Surface Chemistry 

  • Environmental Remediation including Soil Remediation

  • Soil/Groundwater Contaminant and Transport

PERSONAL INTRODUCTION AND HONORS

Dr. Yao-Tung Lin is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Soil and Environmental Sciences at National Chung Hsing University (Taiwan) and the Director of Environmental Nano-Material Measurement Laboratory, President of National land and Resources Conservation Society, Academic Secretary of College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, National Chung Hsing University. His primary area of research interest is environmental nano-material, within this area he is especially interested in issues associated with the application and implication of nanotechnology on the Environmental and Agricultural systems.

 

LAB INTRODUCTION

Environmental Nano-Sized Materials Laboratory focus on the synthesis and characteristics, application of environmental nano-material, within this area he is especially interested in issues associated with the application and implication of nanotechnology on the Environmental and Agricultural systems.

  • Current Number of Student: more than 10 students 

SUPERVISOR PREFERENCE

Laboratory Advise Languages
Mandarin
English
Laboratory Admission Quotas
3 Students
  • Bachelor (Juniors and above)
  • Master
  • PhD.

CONTACT

Email:
[email protected]   

Phone:
04-2285-2137

Address:
250 Kuo-Kuang Rd., South Dist., Taichung City 40227, Taiwan, R.O.C.

Environmental Nano-material Laboratory
https://sesenmlab.wixsite.com/sesenmlab

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