Conference Speaker



Distinguished Prof. Hsin Chu, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Hsin Chu, distinguished professor of Dept. of Environmental Eng., National Cheng Kung Univ., Taiwan, has served as the guest editor and editorial board member of many international journals. He has also served as an international peer reviewer for National Science Centre of Poland and National Science Foundation of Georgia Republic since 2008. He has published more than 80 refereed journal papers, 200 conference papers, and two book chapters. He has also been granted 8 patents and one patent has been technically transferred to seven engineering corporations, and many commercial scale FGD systems (15~150 MWth) have been therefore installed in industries. He loves being a bridge between the academic and industries.


Prof. Ruey Fang Yu, National United University, Taiwan

Editor/Editorial Board
    1. Editor in chief, Journal of National United University, 2009-2012
    2. Editorial Board/Editor,The Scientific World Journal(SCI-E 2011 IF = 1.730)
Hindawi Publishing Corporation,
    3. Editorial Board, Intelligent control and automation, Scientific Research,
    4. Editorial Board, ISRN Environmental Chemistry, Hindawi Publishing
    5. Editorial Board, Advances in Environmental Research, An International Journal
(AER). Techno Press Services,
    6. Editorial Board Member, International Journal of Environmental Engineering,
IRED Conferences & Journals,
    7. Editorial Board Member, International Journal of Structural Analysis and Design,
IRED Conferences & Journals,
    8. Editorial Board, Austin Journal of Robotics & Automation, Austin Publishing
Group, USA,
    9. Member, Asian Council of Science Editors (ACSE),


Plenary Speaker


Assoc. Prof. YU Liya E., National University of Singapore, Singapore

Ph.D. (Civil Env. Eng.) Stanford, USA.
M.Sc. (Civil Env. Eng.) Stanford, USA.

Dr. Yu's teaching and research interests focus on air quality and aerosol sciences, with emphasis on characterization of aerosols emitting from combustion sources, and behavior of oxygenated organic compounds in atmospheric particulates, in particular, processes of photooxidation and chemical transformation of dicarboxylic acids. Dr. Yu's research group also strives to better understand impacts of transboundary biomass burning smoke on urban atmospheric environment. In collaboration with Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine at NUS, Dr. Yu expands her research interests to explore potential health effects of engineered nanomaterials. Dr. Yu also works with a multi-disciplinary team at NUS to examine potential impacts of engineered nanomaterials on environment and biological systems.