Chih-Chun Hsiao papers
Scope and Content
The Chih-Chun Hsiao papers reflect the professional career of Professor Hsiao in the Dept. of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics at the University of Minnesota and include course materials, correspondence, articles, grants proposals, and technical reports.
- Hsiao, C.C. (Person)
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Biographical Sketch of Chih-Chun Hsiao
Chih-Chun Hsiao was born in Bejing, China and attended Yenching University, Tsinghua University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His B.S., M.S. and Ph.D degrees were in mechanical engineering, physics and applied mechanics. His first teaching position was at Pennsylvania State University; he came to the University of Minnesota in 1955. His research has focused on mechanics and polymeric systems and he has published more than one hundred articles and other publications. He received numerous research awards from federal agencies and throughout his career has advised and consulted with industrial, legal and technology firms. He formally retired from the University in 1990.
42 boxes (54.6 linear feet)
The Chih-Chun Hsiao papers reflect the professional career of Professor Hsiao in the Dept. of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics at the University of Minnesota.
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- Hsiao, C.C.
- Polymers -- Fracture Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- University of Minnesota. Department of Aerospace, Engineering and Mechanics
- Chih-Chun Hsiao Papers, 1950s-1990s
- Leslie Czechowski
- January 2005
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