Who am I ?

    Shiang-Tai Lin
    Postdoctoral Scholar
    Materials and Process Simulation Center 
    Beckman Institute (139-74)
    California Institute of Technology

California Institute of  Technology
400 S Wilson Ave 
MC 139-74 
Pasadena , CA 91125




Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China

Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware (Sept. 1996 - Dec. 2000)
Advisor: Stanley I. Sandler (Henry Belin duPont Professor)

B.S. in Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University (Sept. 1990 - June 1994)
Advisor: Professor Li-Jen Chen

Graduate Research Assistant (Sept. 1996 - present)
    Center for Molecular and Engineering Thermodynamics at University of Delaware
Visiting Scholar (Sep. 2000 - Oct. 2000)
    Technische Chemie, Universität Oldenburg, Germany
    Supervisor: Professor Dr. Jürgen Gmehling
Undergraduate Research Advisor (June. 2000 - Aug. 2000)
    National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates
    Student: Jason R. Fincher
Teaching Assistant (Sept. 1998 - Dec. 1998)
    Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, CHEG825
    Instructor: Professor Stanley I. Sandler
Teaching Assistant (Feb. 1999 - May 1999)
    Risks, Hazards and the Environment, CHEG622
    Instructors: Stanley I. Sandler and M. R. Reyne
Undergraduate Research Assistant (July 1993 - June 1994)
    Department of Chemical Engineering at National Taiwan University

American Institute of Chemical Engineers (since 1999)
    associate member
American Chemical Society (since 2000)
    associate member

Mitarbeiterseminars (Oct. 2000)
    Technische Chemie Universität Oldenburg)
ACS Annual Meeting (Aug. 2000)
    Washington D.C.
AIChE Annual Meeting (Nov. 1999)
    Dalas, Texas

President of Taiwan Student Association (June 1999 - present)
    University of Delaware
Military Service (Aug. 1994 - July 1996)
    Gibey Island, Penghu, Taiwan


  1. Lin, S.-T. and S. I. Sandler, "A Priori Phase Equilibria Prediction from a Segment Contribution Solvation Model," Manuscript in preparation, 2000.
  2. Sandler, S. I., A. K. Sum, and S.-T. Lin, "Some Chemical Engineering Applications of Quantum Chemical Calculations," Submitted to Advances in Chemical Engineering, 2000.
  3. Lin, ST and SI Sandler, "Multipole Corrections to Account for Structure and Proximity Effects in Group Contribution Methods: Octanol-Water Partition Coefficients," J. Phys. Chem. A, 104(30), 7099-7105, 2000.
  4. Lin, ST and SI Sandler, "Prediction of Octanol-Water Partition Coefficients Using Group Contribution Solvation Model," Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 38, 4081-4091, 1999.
  5. Lin, ST and SI Sandler, "Predictions of Infinite Dilution Activity Coefficients from Ab Initio Solvation Calculation,"  AIChE J. 45(12), 2606-2618, 1999.
  6. Chen, LJ, MC Hsu, ST Lin, and SY Yang,"Salt Effect On Wetting/Nonwetting Behaviors,"  J. Phys. Chem., 99(13) 4687-4697, 1995.
  7. Chen, LJ, MC Hsu, and ST Lin, "Salt Effects on Interfacial Behavior at Liquid-Liquid Interfaces in the Water+N-tetradecane+C6E2 System," Progr. Colloid Polym. Sci., 97,209-240, 1994.


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