E-TEC was established and officially inaugurated on Sep. 24, 2013 at Hualien County-based National Dong Hwa University, highlighting government efforts to strengthen disaster prevention and response capabilities. E-TEC aims to provide an integrated platform for researchers and scientists to conduct the new advances and research on earthquake precursors and early warning for seismic disaster prevention in eastern Taiwan. This center has multiple functions and plays important roles. Eastern Taiwan is a good location for an earthquake research facility as frequent temblors are most common in the Eastern Taiwan rift valley. The center can collect intensive real-time data and strengthen monitoring mechanisms and research on the region’s seismic activity.
Education：PhD, Geophysics, National Central University
Interest ：Earthquake, Geophysics, Earthquake Disaster Prevention, Remote Sensing Technology