Dr. Kuang C. Lin (林洸銓)
Associate Professor 
National Tsing Hua University (NTHU)

419 ESS Building, 101, Section 2, Kuang-Fu Rd, Hsinchu, Taiwan 30013
Phone: 03 571 5131 ext. 34365 
Email: kclin@umich.edu
Laboratory: ESS 524W & TW4 
phone ext. 34366
Thermofluid Lab: Green Energy Building 103b 
phone ext. 34369
Established at NSYSU in Summer 2012, MTE lab has been funded largely by Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) in Taiwan. The group members comprise 4-6 MS students from mechanical engineering. The lab conducts numerous computational projects granted from MOST and industry in Taiwan. Each of our MS students typically spends two years to complete the coursework and thesis. In addition to offering thermal-fluid solutions, the lab aims at training students to be more competent with their English skills.

Our alumni have gone on to be CFD (computational Fluid Dynamics) engineers in world-class automakers in Japan, thermal engineers in domestic steelmakers, system engineers in national defense, graduate students at prestigious universities in US and Europe, etc. 

A + B <=> C + D
k(T)  = A x Texp [-E/(RT)]
d[A]/dt = -kf[A][B] + kr[C][D]

Our lab uses computational or experimental tools to study thermal-fluid problems, specifically in regards to chemical kinetics of fuels, aerosol filtration, cooling and complex fluids. 

Since Aug 2018, our lab has been affiliated with National Tsing Hua University in Hsinchu, Taiwan. As of 2019, NTHU is ranked worldwide at the 53rd place in Engineering & Technology and the 50-100th in Mechanical Engineering by QS World University Rankings