Alan Tai

Visiting Scholar

Alan Tai received his PhD in physics from Boston College. He has worked at various medical ultrasound technology companies as a technology leader and a scientist. Alan has been preaching in the Cantonese worship service of his home church in Phoenix for the last decade. He is passionate about sharing how science and nature are in harmony with the creation processes revealed in the Bible. Alan authored the book A Physicist’s Perspective on God: Roadmaps to Wisdom through Science and Life (2020) and writes on topics related to science, life, and faith at his website, scienceandlife.org.

Biography

Alan Tai received his PhD in physics, specializing in quantum well research, from Boston College and a graduate certificate of completion in biblical foundations from Grand Canyon University. His doctoral thesis compared random systems with periodic and quasi-periodic systems in quantum wells. The analytical approaches he studied can be applied and extended to other structures, like DNA. He authored the book A Physicist’s Perspective on God: Roadmaps to Wisdom through Science and Life (2020).

Alan has worked at various medical ultrasound technology companies, including Philips as a transducer engineer and GE Healthcare as a technology leader and a scientist. He has managed new medical ultrasound transducer products from conception to successful commercial release. During his career in the engineering field, Alan has been granted twelve patents.

Alan participates in and lead Bible Studies. He teaches Sunday school classes on apologetics and biblical truth. Alan and his wife, Priscilla, serve with the Chinese Student Fellowship at Arizona State University and hold regular small group meetings in their home for dinner and outreach activities. In addition, Alan has been preaching in the Cantonese worship service at Greater Phoenix Chinese Christian Church about once every quarter for the last decade.

Alan is passionate about sharing how science and nature are in harmony with the creation processes revealed in the Bible. As a Scholar Community member and visiting scholar at RTB, Alan joins the other scholars to present the Good News from Scripture with sound reason and scientific research. He also writes on topics related to science, life, and faith at his website, scienceandlife.org.

Biography

Alan Tai received his PhD in physics, specializing in quantum well research, from Boston College and a graduate certificate of completion in biblical foundations from Grand Canyon University. His doctoral thesis compared random systems with periodic and quasi-periodic systems in quantum wells. The analytical approaches he studied can be applied and extended to other structures, like DNA. He authored the book A Physicist’s Perspective on God: Roadmaps to Wisdom through Science and Life (2020).

Alan has worked at various medical ultrasound technology companies, including Philips as a transducer engineer and GE Healthcare as a technology leader and a scientist. He has managed new medical ultrasound transducer products from conception to successful commercial release. During his career in the engineering field, Alan has been granted twelve patents.

Alan participates in and lead Bible Studies. He teaches Sunday school classes on apologetics and biblical truth. Alan and his wife, Priscilla, serve with the Chinese Student Fellowship at Arizona State University and hold regular small group meetings in their home for dinner and outreach activities. In addition, Alan has been preaching in the Cantonese worship service at Greater Phoenix Chinese Christian Church about once every quarter for the last decade.

Alan is passionate about sharing how science and nature are in harmony with the creation processes revealed in the Bible. As a Scholar Community member and visiting scholar at RTB, Alan joins the other scholars to present the Good News from Scripture with sound reason and scientific research. He also writes on topics related to science, life, and faith at his website, scienceandlife.org.

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