Prof. Liu Chuan Sheng, 劉全生教授  (Founding College Master 2014-07 to 2017-06)

Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
M.A., University of California, Berkeley
BSc., Tunghai University in Taiwan

Professor Liu Chuan Sheng is a world-renowned plasma physicist. He has made groundbreaking contributions to the theory of laser-plasma interaction. He is also known for his contributions to international collaborations in higher education. He was the recipient of University of Maryland’s Distinguished International Service Award.

Before serving as the founding College Master of Chao Kuang Piu College at the University of Macau, he was professor at the University of Maryland’s Department of Physics and twice served its Chair. He also served as Vice President for Research and Dean of Graduate School there. From 2003-2006, He was President of National Central University in Taiwan.

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Dr. Harry Chao Wang, 汪超博士 (Associate Master, 2014-07 to 2017-06)

PhD (Law), University of British Columbia, Canada
LLM, University of British Columbia, Canada
M.A (Asia Pacific Policy Studies), University of British Columbia, Canada
LLB (International Economic Law), Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade (Shanghai University of International Business and Economics)

Dr. Wang is a professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Macau, where he also serves as a member of the Faculty Executive Committee (FEC) and Program Coordinator (Academic Cooperation).  At the law faculty he teaches various topics, including constitutional law, Alternative dispute resolution, Chinese law, and comparative legal system.  His research interests are mainly focused on coordinated compliance of business and human rights, as well as comparative ADR.  Before joining the University of Macau, he was a sessional lecturer at the University of British Columbia (UBC)’s Faculty of Law as well as a research associate at UBC’s Institute of Asian Research working for the Asia Pacific Dispute Resolution Program (APDR), which is funded by the Major Collaborative Research Initiative (MCRI) of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), while he was pursuing his doctorate degree. Dr. Wang received his bachelor’s degree in International Economic Law from Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade (now renamed as “Shanghai University of International Business and Economics”), M.A in Asia Pacific Policy Studies from UBC’s Institute of Asian Research, and LLM and PhD in Law from UBC Faculty of Law.