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Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering

Andrew Lin

Andrew Lin

Associate Professor 

Tel:+886-3-2118800 ext. 5756

E-mail:Andrew at Mail dot CGU dot Edu dot TW      or     Lynnass at Gmail dot Com

Fax:+886-3-2118668

Work Experience

Energy and Resources Laboratories, Industrial Technology Research Institute

Researcher 1993-2001
US Naval Research Laboratory, Washington D. C.
Researcher 1991-1993

 

Academic Education
Case Western Reserve University Ph.D. in Chemistry 1986-1991
New Mexico Highlands University M.S. in Bioinorganic chemistry 1984-1986
National Taiwan University B.S. in Agricultural Chemistry 1982

 

Research Interests
Electrochemical technology laboratory is working on exploratory issues of physical electrochemistry and electro-analytical chemistry in applied oriented fundamental research.  Low temperature fuel cell (PEFC and AFC) for electrochemical power reactors and electrochemical luminescence for biosensor applications are the current projects related to applied research.  Structures are responsible for many of the differences in materials properties and the structure-functionality issues of materials local structure(EXAFS) in the electrochemical properties on engineering materials design is the academic frontier for research.

 

Recent Publications
  1. Electroreduction of carbon Dioxide on Pt Single Crystal Electrodes: Electrochemical and in situ FTIR studies” J. Electroanal. Chem.295 (1990) 
  2. In situ Far-Infrared Evidence for a Potential Dependence of Silver-Water Interactions”,J.Chem.Soc.Faraday Trans.,89(1993)
  3. “Carbon Supported Platinum Catalysts Electrodes: Characterization by Transmission Electron Microscopy, X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy and Electrochernical Half-cell Measurement on Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cell”, J. Phys. Chem., (1995)
  4. “Studies of the Role of Water in the Electrocatalysis of Methanol Oxidation”, J. of Power Sources, 58(1996).
  5. “Morphology of Pt-Ru/C electrocatalyst and CO tolerance PEFC”,J. Phys. Chem., 103(1999).