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Professor Hsien-Hui Meng received a Bachelor’s degree in criminal investigation and a Master’s degree in forensic science from Central Police University (then Central Police College, Taoyuan, Taiwan) in the 1980s. His Ph.D. degree in forensic science was awarded in 1995 by Strathclyde University (Glasgow, UK).
Professor Meng is currently the Dean of the College of Police Science and Technology, Central Police University. He has been a member of faculty at the Forensic Science Department for 25 years. He had been the Director of Science Laboratory for 2 years and then the Chairperson of Forensic Science Department for 4 years.
Professor Meng’s research works have been mainly in gunshot residue analysis and forensic examination of firearms. He has authored (or co-authored) about 90 publications in referred journal articles and made about 100 presentations in scientific meetings. He also conducts forensic examination of physical evidence submitted by domestic law enforcement agencies, prosecutor’s offices, and courts. His expert opinions have played critical roles to the verdicts of some famous criminal cases in Taiwan.
Professor Meng has been the President of the Taiwan Academy of Forensic Science since 2010 and has also been a Member of the Board of the Henry C, Lee Forensic Science Foundation (Taiwan) since 2007.
Vivien Chang, Wei-Jung
Assistant Professor
Department of Foreign Affairs Police
No.56, Shujen Rd., Takang Vil., Kueishan District, Taoyuan City 33304, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Tel: +88633282321 ext.5001.4519
M.A. Graduate School of National Tsing Hua University
Bachelor of Kaohsiung Medical University