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Prof. QUAH Cheng-Guan, Michael holds the following positions at the National University of Singapore: Professor, Dept. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering; Principal Fellow & Chief Scientist, Energy Studies Institute and Executive Advisor, NUS Enterprise. He obtained the following degrees: Ph.D. (1980), M.Phil. and M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from Yale University and a B.A. (magna cum laude) in Chemistry and Physics, from Harvard University. Dr. Quah worked for the DuPont Company from 1979 to 1999, including stints with DuPont Japan and Singapore (1990-1993). At DuPont, he held positions in R&D, product and business development, and management. After his early retirement from DuPont, he held management positions in several small commercial companies and non-profit organizations including a stint with the US Army. Dr Quah has lectured extensively in the following areas: Nafion* and perfluorinated ionomers for use in electrochemical systems (electrolysis, redox flow cells, and fuel cells), membrane separations, micro-grids, and energy/environmental sustainability. His current work in Singapore revolves around energy/environmental systems and technology, sustainability and security challenges and their impact on policy and economic development. For more information on his interests, go to the following websites: www.energy-vibes.com and www.esi.nus.edu.sg.