Born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan, Chin-Sung Lin earned his B.S.E.E., concentrating in Solid State Physics, from National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. He earned his M.S.E.E.,concentrating in Image Processing and VLSI Design, from Polytechnic University, NY. He has worked in research labs and engineering R&D companies for many years. His project experience covers algorithm, hardware, software, firmware and system design in various fields such as image processing, character recognition, consumer integrated circuits, HDTV system, set-top box, stereo video projector, and media processor. He holds two U.S. Patents in the HDTV fields.
In 2005, Mr. Lin entered the teaching career through the NYC Teaching Fellows program. He started teaching Technology, Physics, and various Math classes at Information Technology High School. He earned his M.S.T. from Pace University in 2008. He is passionate to share the excitement of innovative problem solving in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields with students through project-based learning. Mr. Lin began teaching at Eleanor Roosevelt in 2010. He currently holds classes in Physics/Lab (11th), Computational Thinking (9th - 12th), Robotics & Artificial Intelligence (9th - 12th) and Automotive Engineering (9th - 12th).