Department of Environmental Engineering

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Department of Environmental Engineering at the National Cheng Kung University enjoys an outstanding reputation for excellence in undergraduate and graduate education, and for research that improves the quality of life in our nation and worldwide. The Department of Environmental Engineering prepares students for the increasingly critical role of addressing the world’s challenges of air, land and water pollution. Sustainable engineering practices for both developed and developing societies are also a primary focus of the department.

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Water Chemical Compounds
Carbon Chemical Compounds
Copper Engineering & Materials Science
X ray absorption Engineering & Materials Science
Soils Chemical Compounds
Adsorption Engineering & Materials Science
water Earth & Environmental Sciences
Degradation Engineering & Materials Science

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Projects 1995 2018

Research Output 1973 2019

Zeolites
formaldehyde
Formaldehyde
coating
Light

Improved prediction of the bioconcentration factors of organic contaminants from soils into plant/crop roots by related physicochemical parameters

Li, Y., Chiou, C. T., Li, H. & Schnoor, J. L., 2019 May 1, In : Environment International. 126, p. 46-53 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
crop plant
pollutant
prediction
soil
water

Quantifying the Linkages and Leakages of Construction Activities in an Open Economy Using Multiregional Input-Output Analysis

Hung, C. C. W., Hsu, S. C., Pratt, S., chen, P., Lee, C. J. & Chan, A. P. C., 2019 Jan 1, In : Journal of Management in Engineering. 35, 1, 04018054.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Economics
International trade
Substitution reactions
Decision making
Linkage