|born 24 Dec, 1940 in Singapore|
After completing School Certificate exam1956 from St Andrew's School, went overseas to US for post-secondary education. Obtained Ph.D. at Columbia in 1962.
Professor, Physics Department, City College of CUNY, 1966 - present
Visiting Professor, Physics Dept, City College of CUNY, 1965 - 1966
Research Associate, Rockefeller University, NY 1964-1965
Research Associate, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ 1963-1964
Research Associate, Columbia University, NY, 1962-1963
Visiting Positions Held:
Visiting Professor, NTU 2009 - 2013
Nanyang Professor, NTU, 2005-2006, 2007-2009
Visiting Prof, Inst Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei (7/93 - 8/93)
Visiting Prof, Max Planck Physics, Munich, (6/92 - 7/92)
Visiting Prof, KEK, Japan (6/90 - 7/90)
Visiting Prof, Inst Estructura Materia, Madrid (6/85 - 7/85)
Visiting Prof, NUS, Singapore (7/84 - 8/84)
Visiting Prof, KEK, Japan (7/83 - 1/84)
Visiting Scientist, CERN, Geneva (7/82 - 8/82)
Visiting Prof, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris (2/82 - 6/82)
Fellow, Japan Society Promotion Science, U of Tokyo (3/74 - 5/74)
Fellow, Japan Society Promotion Science, Yukawa Inst, Kyoto (6/74 - 8/74)
Visiting Prof, Max Planck Physics, Munich (2/73 - 8/73)
Prof Etranger, CTP, CNRS, Marseilles (1972 Summer)
Academic & Professional Honors
Fellow Japan Society for Promotion of Science, 1974
Fellow American Physical Society, 1976
Professional & Community Service
Member Committee on International Scientific Affairs, APS, 1994-1996
Chair, Committee on International Scientific Affairs, APS, 1997
Founder, Overseas Chinese Physics Association (OCPA), 1990
Chair, OCPA, 1991-92, 1997-98
Director, CCNY China Exchange, 1981 - 2002
exchange relations with Chinese Academy of Sciences, Fudan, Shandong, Southeast, Xibei and Zhongshan
Founder & Advisor, CCNY Asian Alumni Grooup, 1981 -
External Examiner, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, 1993-95
- Ngee-Pong Chang. (2009). The Elusive ν mass since 1933. International Journal of Modern Physics A, 24, 3297.
- Ngee-Pong Chang. (2008). Five Decades after the Revolution: what do we know about the Neutrino ?,. International Journal of Modern Physics A, 23, 4415.
- Ngee-Pong Chang. (2001). Oscillations of Faster than light Majorana Neutrinos: A Causal Field Theory. Modern Physics Letters A, 16, 2129.
- Ngee-Pong Chang. (1995). Chiral Restoration in the Early Universe: Pion Halo in the Sky. Nuclear Physics Proceedings Supplement, 43, 308.
- Ngee-Pong Chang. (1995). Spacetime Quantization of BPFTW Action: Spacelike Plasmon Cut & New Phase of the Thermal Vacuum. Physical Review D, 51, 4512.