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.
Fun Facts and Hobbies
- 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.