Welcome to My Personal Home in Cyber Space
(nickname peter) Professor of Chemistry
Department of Chemistry, University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada N2L 3G1
Phone (519)888-4567-ext.-5816, Fax: (519)746-0435
This is my little hide out space.I free my spirit, let loose my muscles, and breathe deeply but naturally.
In this hide out, life is enjoyable and pleasant. There are lots of
things to do here and there and elsewhere, but sometimes I really
do not know exactly what I am doing. The world goes around with me now,
and someday it will go around without me.
Hi ! Friends in cyber space!
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- Visit China in the summer, and here are a few photographs
At the great wall of China.
Five-Goat Park in Quanzhou
A nice photo of them.
In front of the monument in honour of the 72 Revolutionists.
Quilin, a beautiful place in which to live.
- Build the Computer Assisted Chemistry Tutorial (
CAcT) for students
taking first year chemistry courses at The Great University.
There were more than 1000 students in the Fall of 1997.
There are about 800 in the Spring of 1998.
At least some of them find CACT somewhat helpful.
- Writing lecture notes and constructing websites
Regarding Nuclear Technology for students taking SCI270 at University of Waterloo.
In 1998, about 100 students are taking this course, mostly from the
Engineering Faculty. There were usually many Science students in this
course, but only a few are taking this course in January 1998.
- Graphic Design for Science and Technology. These are going to be used
in my instruction. I have collected some tools for the development of
- Exploring chemical information technology.
- Sometimes read Chinese News.
Some Past Experiences
- Examination of materials under the microscope for crystal shape,
perfection and other properties; X-ray diffraction studies;
experiment and theory of solid state and crystallography.
- Design experiments, equipments, and computer softwares.
- During the early days, proficient with computer languages: FORTRAN,
BASIC, PASCAL, APL, etc. Taught introductory computer science courses.
- Secretary General, 10th International Conference on Chemical Education,
Aug. 1988, University of Waterloo.
- Radicals, active, spoke out, and demonstrated.
I have to leave my cyber space for now because I am hungry!