I received my Master's and Ph.D. degrees from the Department of Agricultural Chemistry, National Taiwan University, and then had contributed as a postdoctoral research fellow in the department for about five years. I had conducted more than 20 research programs on agriculture, soil pollution, forest ecology, soil survey, and reuses of wastes during the time in National Taiwan University. From July 2016, I started my career in Academia Sinica and conduct the international program in the Center for Sustainability Science. In the center, we put our efforts into the interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary collaboration to facilitate a sustainable environment, especially in the Asia and Pacific region. My professional interests include agriculture adaptation to climate change, food safety and security, energy transformation, and disaster risk reduction.