Some research on the hydrogen storage technology at UNSW
The University of New South Wales Sammy Lap Ip Chan Associate Professor, Fellow of Institute of Materials and Australian Institute of Energy, editor-in-chief of Materials Chemistry and Physics
Prof. S.L.I. Chan started his career in Materials Engineering in England, where he received an Honors BSc(Eng) in Metallurgy from Imperial College, and a PhD from the University of Cambridge. After a year of postdoctoral fellowship there he joined National Taiwan University in 1986, first as an associate professor, then a full professor. Chan moved to University of New South Wales, Australia in 2003, and leads a research group on energy materials, corrosion engineering and metal matrix composites. He publishes extensively in these areas, and has authored and co-authored over 150 papers in international journals and conferences, in addition to several book chapters on energy materials. Chan is a Fellow of Institute of Materials and Australian Institute of Energy. He is also a Chartered Scientist and a Chartered Engineer. Chan took the role of editor-in-chief of Materials Chemistry and Physics in 2009. He also holds several honorary professorial positions at other universities.