Leroy L. Chang
Vice-President for Academic Affairs
University Professor and Professor of Physics
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology


Education:

B.S.

Electrical Engineering, Taiwan University, 1957

M.S.

Electronics/Electrical Engineering, University of South Carolina, 1961

Ph.D.

Solid State Electronics/Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, 1963

Employment:

1963-1968

Research Staff Member, IBM Research

1968-1969

Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, MIT

1969-1975

Research Staff Member, IBM Research

1975-1985

Manager, Molecular Beam Epitaxy, IBM Research

1985-1992

Manager, Quantum Structures, IBM Research

1993-1998

Dean of Science and Professor of Physics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

1998-

Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Awards/Honors:

International Prize for New Materials, American Physical Society, 1985

Corporate Award, IBM, 1989

David Sarnoff Award, Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers, 1990

Stuart Ballantine Medal, Franklin Institute, 1993

Fellow, American Physical Society, 1984

Member, U.S. National Academy of Engineering, 1988

Fellow, Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers, 1990

Member, U.S. National Academy of Sciences, 1994

Member, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1994

Member, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 1994

Member, Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Sciences, 1994

Honorary Doctor of Science, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 1995

Service (partial listing):

American Solid State Physics Delegation to China, National Academy of Sciences, 1975

Advisory Group on Solar Cell Formation, Energy Research and Development Administration, 1975

Committee on Artificially Structured Materials, National Research Council, 1983-1985

Visiting Committee, National Magnet Laboratory, 1984-1988

Materials Research Lab/Group Visiting Committee, National Science Foundation, 1986, 1989

Steering Committee, Army Research Office/National Research Council, 1987-1988

Science and Technology Center Visiting Committee, National Science Foundation, 1988, 1990

US Liaison Committee for International Union of Pure and Applied Physics, 1989-1992

Materials Research Advisory Committee, National Science Foundation, 1990-1993

President of Hong Kong Institution of Science, 1996-1998



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