Chang manages projects in analytical and catalysis laboratories by collaborating with cross-functional teams to support ABPDU’s mission. He works closely with clients to accelerate new biotechnology commercialization. His primary responsibilities include method development, samples analysis, data interpretation, and process development and optimization. Prior to joining ABPDU, Chang investigated process economics for value-added products from biomass at North Carolina State University.
- Ph.D. in Bioresource Science and Engineering, University of Washington
- M.S. in Applied Mathematics, University of Washington
- B.S. in Biochemical Engineering, Nanjing Tech University
- Postdoctoral Research Scholar, North Carolina State University