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Faculty
Chung-Hsuang Hung
Chung-Hsuang Hung
Chung-Hsuang Hung
Professor
Education  
 
  • Ph.D. (Environmental Engineering), Purdue University, US
  • M.S. (Environmental Engineering), National Taiwan University
  • B.S. (Environmental Engineering), National Cheng Kung University
Experiences  
 
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Safety, Health and Environmental Engineering, NKFUST
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Industrial Safety and Health, Fooyin University
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Environmental Engineering, National Sun Yat-Sen University
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Program of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US
  • Research Fellow, BES Engineering Corporation, Taiwan
Certificates  
 
  • Environmental engineering technician of National Senior Examination for Technical Professionals, by Ministry of Examination, Taiwan
  • National Senior Examination on environmental engineering passed
Specialization  
 
  • Nano photocatalyst
  • Clean engery technologies
  • Air pollution control and air quality management
  • Drinking Water and wastewater purification treatment
  • Advanced oxidation technology
  • Air quality assessment and improvement for indoor and work environment
  • Analysis of trace toxic organisms
  • Environmental quality analysis and hazard assessment of pollutants
Publications  
 
  1. Hung C.-H.; Kao C.-L.; Wu K.-R., “Surface characteristics and photoelectrocatalytic capabilities of nanoporous titanium dioxide/tin indium oxide composite thin film electrodes”, Electrochimica Acta, 86, pp. 3-9 (2012). (SCI)
  2. Hung C.-H.; Yuan C.; Chen K.-C., “Effect of processing fluid and initial concentration on electrokinetic removal of environmental homo-nnonylphenol (NP) form soil matrix”, J. Applied Electrochemistry, 40(6):1123-1130 (2010). (SCI)
  3. Wu K.-R.; Hung C.-H.; Tsai M.-H., “Effects of ITO thin films on microstructural and photocatalytic properties of layered TiO2/ITO films prepared via an extended deposition period”, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 92(3-4):357-366 (2009). (SCI)
  4. Hung, C.-H.; Marinas B.-J., “Role of water in the photocatalytic degradation of trichloroethylene vapor on TiO2 films,” Environmental Science and Technology, 31(5): 1440-1445(1997). (SCI)
  5. Hung C.-H.; Marinas B.-J., “Role of chlorine and oxygen in the photocatalytic degradation of trichloroethylene vapor on TiO2 films,” Environmental Science and Technology, 31(2), pp.562-568(1997). (SCI)