Chun-Chieh Hsiao is a space scientist and a science educator. He received his Ph. D in space weather from the Graduate Institute of Space Science at the National Central University. He currently works as a mission scientist at the National Space Organization.
In addition to devoting his time to conduct satellite research as well as atmospheric observations and analysis, Hsiao is also enthusiastically committed to educating the younger generations about space science. While working at the National Space Organization, Hsiao is deeply convinced that the contributions of space satellites are far beyond the realms of science and technology alone. The valuable information transmitted by the satellites immensely influence and provide new global perspectives to the fields of education, diplomacy, and humanity in Taiwan. He has been invited to over 80 seminars and activities to present the important roles of science education as it connects with the rapid changes of scientific and technological advances in the 21st century.