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Dr. Hsu-Cheng Chiang received his M.S. degree from the National Taiwan University in 1983, and a Ph.D. degree from North Carolina State University, USA, in 1991. Both were in Mechanical Engineering. After he earned his latter degree, he was associated with the Green Energy & Environment Laboratories (GEL), Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) at Hsinchu, Taiwan, as an outstanding researcher. He has 20 years experience in research and project management, in the fields of healthy and sustainable built-environment, from the development of high-performance air conditioning equipment to optimized systems integration. Many of his works are recognized for his achievements in technology development of high performance chillers, container cooling systems for cloud computing, air filtration and air purification, air quality sensing, and more. He is also supervising several laboratories including a chiller performance-testing laboratory, a convenience stores equipment test chamber, and a large-scale climatic simulation building at GEL. Recently, he has been involved with steering the inter-laboratory cooperation inside ITRI for its green campus program and the joint efforts to form a smart green building research project.