Ching-Yuan Huang is a member of the Math/Science teaching team at Fusion. He always enjoys discussing with students and colleagues. Feel free to come over for discussion if you have any issue or would like to have a conversation related to Math or Science.
He obtained an engineering degree from National Taiwan University (Taiwan) and then his Mathematics and Physical Mathematics degree from England, Cambridge and Oxford respectively. Finally Ching-Yuan obtained his Ph.D. (with honor) in physics (in particle astrophysics) from Université Joseph Fourier (Grenoble I) in France.
He spent several years working on space projects (AMS, FERMI/GLAST and HESS) and teaching/supervising college students. In 2014, under his supervision, the student group was rewarded with the Best Essay of the Year at Sun Yat-sen University (China). Back in the States in 2016, he started to teach and tutor 4th/5th grader to high school students for years. He also served as the supervisor of The Astronomy Club and Chinese Calligraphy Club while teaching in Sun Yat-sen University (China). Currently he is serving as a volunteering assistant librarian at Stevenson PACT School in The Mountain View School District.
Ching-Yuan enjoys music, reading, Sunday service and church fellowship. Travel is a “must” as a family activity. In 2016, he played in a Bay Area badminton tournament. He unfortunately was injured with a torn calf muscle, which forced him to give up his favorite sport (because not completely recovered) as a semi-professional player. His wife is still extremely mad with him about this accident.