Nanotechology Program
INTRODUCTION
Introduction

About us

Date of Establishment: August 1st, 2007

History and Development:
In response to the trend of science and technology in the world, and the government`s policy to actively promote nanotechnology as well as for the convenience of integrating CYCU`s resources, Review Committee of School Research Center formally established "Center for Nano-technology" in May, 2002. The purposes of the establishment are “responding technology development”, “matching middle-long term plans of the school,” “integrating resources and enhancing effectiveness,” and “displaying teamwork.” With the coming of “Nano-Era,” Taiwan is now actively creating potential business opportunities in the trend of nanotechnology. Under the circumstance, our Center Staff found deficient talents in nano-technological research and development while strengthening our own nano-technological skills and they started to think if the Center should bring nano-technology into education.

Therefore, “Nanotechnology Graduate School” had been prepared to be established since the year of 2003, for which Center for Nano-technology has served as a platform to integrate developments of teaching and research, connecting College of Science, College of Engineering, and School of Computer Science with the help of professional faculty in the fields of Physics, Chemistry, Life Science, Medical Engineering, and Electronics. Later, due to overall planning and resources in our school, we changed the application of “Nanotechnology Graduate School,” to “Nanotechnology Master’s Program,” which was certified by Ministry of Education in 2006 and started to recruit students in the year of 2007. Our program integrates diverse teaching and specific researches from the above five departments and twenty-eight professional teachers, corresponding to the trend of integrating different fields of researches. The program aims at actively cultivating talents required by fields of basic science and industries of nano-technological researches in the hope of developing future elites in technology. So far we have had eleven graduates and twenty-five still in their studies. It takes students one to four years to complete the program and earn the Master of Science, which divides into two tracks as “Nano-materials Section,” and “Nano-Biomedical Section,” depending on different research interests.

The program is affiliated to College of Science. Center for Nano-technology acts as a development platform to carry out different fields of researches and industry-academy cooperation. By the common platform we are able to turn our research results for industrial uses. The purposes and goals of the program are well positioned and clear, that is, to “develop talents for nano-technology and relevant industries,” which is regarded as one of features in our teaching and development. Our faculty is outstanding and every one of them has Doctor’s degree from domestic or foreign excellent universities and half of them are professors. Our faculty comes from colleges of Science, Engineering, and Computer Science, from departments of Physics, Chemistry, Life Science, Medical Engineering and Electrics which is seen as a cross-discipline structure integrating teachers’ specializations and profession. The main research areas of our teachers are on “Materials Preparation,” “Characterization,” “Device Fabrication,” and “Bio-nanotechnology,” which balance theory and practice and make good use of academic disciplines in businesses and industries.

Key research areas:


The Research and Development Team of Center for Nano-technology:
Researches on Optics, Electrics, and Magnetics (red)
Nano Composite Materials (green)
Development and Application of new energies (dark green)
Nano-Biomedicine (blue)
Awards and Grants:
Funded by National Science Council of 18 million NT dollars on the project “Private Universities Development Features in academic year of 2010” in 2010. Funded by Ministry of Education of the maximum subsidies of 2 million NT dollars on “Multi-Disciplinary Program” in 2010. Mr. Y. T. Lin won the prize of the first i-One (Instrumental Technology Innovation Competition) in 2009. Mr. Y. T. Chen was awarded “Young Investigator Award Merit Prize” by the 13th International Symposium on Biomedical Engineering.
Future Employment:
Domestic businesses investing in nano-technology include Formosa Plastics Group, which starts producing NPCC (Nano Precipitated Calcium Carbonate) relevant materials, TECO Nanotech Corporation expanding uses of carbon nanotube, Eternal Chemical Corporation developing nano-antifouling coating, nano-hybrid resin, milling, and Everlight Chemical Corporation going into production of nano-film and TiO 2. Businesses such as Far East Textile Group Corporation, Chung Shing Textile Company, LeaLea Technology Corporation, Li-Ping Precise Machinery Corporation, and China Petrochemical Development Corporation all invest in functional fibers, HOCHENG Corporation in ADB bathroom products and antifouling clay board, TATUNG, TECO, and SAMPO Corporation in developing home appliances in nano-coating. In ICT industries, TSMC has started mass production of 55 nm engineering and TECO Nanotech Corporation also actively develops CNT-FED.
Prospects

  1. Integrate actively nanotechnology into researches of Biomedicine and energy.
  2. Apply actively for university and industry liaison systems and enhance industry-academy cooperation.
  3. Materialize alliances of industry-academy cooperation, aiming at “industrializing nano-technology.”
  4. Provide students practicum to increase competitiveness for future employment.
  5. Prepare actively Doctor’s program in Nano-technology to further offer an academic environment for advanced studies.
Our successive director:
Dr. S. P. Tung 96/08/01~

IV. International exchanges:
International Nanotechnology Program
http://oia.cycu.edu.tw/file/InternationalProgramofNanotechnology(1).htm
  • Program Duration & Degree Offered
    MS Program - It is a policy that the duration for the M.S. program is from 1 year to 3 years. Students, who have successfully completed and passed 30 credits of courses (including 6 credits of Master Thesis) and oral defense for thesis within the stipulated time period, shall receive the M.S. Degree of Nanotechnology Program conferred by Institute of Chemistry , ChungYuanChristianUniversity.
    Ph.D. Program - It is the policy that the duration for the PhD program is from 2 years to 6 years. Students, who have successfully completed and passed 36 credits of courses (including 12 credits of Doctoral Dissertation) and oral defense for dissertation within the stipulated time period, shall receive the PhD Degree of nanotechnology Program conferred by Institute of Chemistry, Chung Yuan Christian University.
  • Related Research
    The Institute of Chemistry at ChungYuanChristianUniversityhas highly-appraised atmosphere of academic study and outstanding research achievements. At present the Institute is featured in the research and development of
    1. nanomaterials
    2. Biotechnology

OBJECTIVES
  • Learning Objectives
    The Institute aims to cultivate excellent talents in Nanotechnology who have professional knowledge and creativeness and are surefooted, dedicated and have a balanced physical and moral quality, who have the ability in academic study and technology research and development, so as to serve the industry and contribute to society and the country.
    In consideration of the mission of the Institute, the following teaching objectives were adopted to cultivate excellent talents in nanotechnology:
    To teach the student to establish a concrete foundation in the profession and improve the ability of further study to cope with the changing science and technology industry;
    To train the students` customs of practice and realistic spirit, improve the ability in cross-industry study and the team playing spirit;
    To cultivate the students` conscientious working attitude, and train students to face challenges and make innovations.
  • Objective
    To teach the students to establish a concrete foundation in the profession and improve the ability of further study to cope with the changing science and technology industry.
  • Outcomes:
    Graduates shall have a concrete knowledge base in physics, chemistry and Biology.
    Graduates shall have computation skills and can solve problems with computers.
    Students shall have the ability to analyze the mass and energy balance, and the transport phenomena in molecular, micro- and macro- scale systems.
    Graduates shall understand the development of the science and technology industry and be able to learn new knowledge from time to time.
    Graduates shall understand the importance of lifelong learning and be willing to dedicate to learning.
  • Objective 2:
    To teach the student to establish a concrete foundation in the profession and improve the ability of further study to cope with the changing science and technology industry.
  • Outcomes:
    Graduates shall be able to perform plan preparation and efficient schedule management for material synthesis.
    Graduates shall have an ability in data collection, data analysis, oral and written reporting.
    Graduates shall have the ability to require themselves in safe operation.
    Graduates shall have the spirit of team work and a responsible attitude.
  • Objective 3:
    To cultivate the students` conscientious working attitude, and to train students to face challenges and make innovations.
  • Outcomes:
    Graduates shall understand their responsibility in their profession and ethics.
    Graduates shall recognize their roles in modern society.
    Graduates shall have an adequate ability in communication and coordination.
    Graduates shall have a common knowledge in modern affairs and a basic foreign language ability
REQUIREMENT

Course title (N) Credits Type(R/E) Professor’s name
Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 3 R Jui-Ming Yeh
Polymer Chemistry 3 E Jui-Ming Yeh
Nano Chemistry 3 R Chi-Feng Cheng
Nano Powder 3 E Hong-Wen Wang
Nanocomposites 3 E Tsung-Yen Tsai
Nano-semiconductors 3 R Kuan-Cheng Chiu
Characterization for Nanotechnology 3 E Ji-Lin Shen
Solid State Physics 3 E Jyh-Shyang Wang
Introduction to Biotechnology 3 R Tzong-Yuan Wu
Seminar 4 R  
Dissertation 6 R  

FACULTIES
  1. Director: Dr. S. P. Tung
    Education: Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Illinois, U.S.A.
    Specialization: Logic, Algebra, Algebra Calculation, Bioinfomatics, Biocomputing, Computation Theory
    Academic Works: Please link to the following website (http://itouch1.cycu.edu.tw/rd/teacher/action.jsp?idcode=10038)
    Contact:
    Office: 302 Science Building; Phone No. : 03-2653000;
    Fax: 03-2653099
    Individual Study Room: 619B Science Building; Phone No.: 03-2653120
    E-mail: sptung@cycu.edu.tw
  2. Our Teachers
    For the introduction of each teacher and her/his academic works, please click the following link to members of Center for Nano-Technology
    (http://web.cycu.edu.tw/nanotech/1_4.htm)
    Nano-materials Section
    Name Education Specialization/Research Areas
    Professor K. C. Chiu Ph. D. in Physics, The University of Utah, U.S.A. Crystal Growth, Electrical Characterization
    Professor J. L. Shen Ph.D. in Physics, National Taiwan University, R.O.C. Optical Properties of semiconductors, Optical Properties of Nano-materials
    Professor W. Lee Ph.D. in Physics, University of Alabama, U.S.A. Liquid Crystal Photonics, Optical Data Storage in Liquid Crystals, Electro-Optical Properties of Liquid-Crystal Displays, Liquid-Crystal Composites, Self-Assembly and Nanostructures
    Professor H. W. Wang Ph.D. in Materials Science, The University of Manchester, U.K. Nano-materials, Electronic Ceramics, Synthesis of nano-particles
    Professor Y. W. Chen Ph.D. in Chemistry, State University of New York, U.S.A. Syntheses and Properties of Polymeric Materials, Preparation and Properties of Nano-Composites, Phosphazene Compounds and Polymers in Physics and Chemistry
    Professor J. M. Yeh Ph.D. in Chemistry, Drexel University, Philadelphia, U.S.A. Nano-composite Materials, Electrochemistry, Conducting Polymers
    Professor C. F. Cheng Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Cambridge, U.K. Material Chemistry, Catalytic Chemistry, Solid State NMR, Physical Chemistry
    Professor H. Y. Huang Ph.D. in Chemistry, National Chiao Tung University, R.O.C. Analytical Chemistry, Separation Technology, Material Analysis
    Professor T. Y. Tsai Ph.D. in Chemistry, Texas A&M University, U.S.A. Natural and Synthetic Inorganic Layered Materials, Organic-Inorganic Nano-hybrid Materials, Nanoporous Materials, Nanocomposites
    Associate Professor I. J. Hsu Ph.D. in Physics, National Tsing Hua University, R.O.C. Biomedical photonics, Optical coherence tomography, Dynamic spectral measurement
    Associate Professor C. L. Hsu Ph.D. in Physics, Tufts University, U.S.A. Surface Physics, Nanoscience
    Associate Professor C. S. Wang Ph.D. in Solid State Electronics, National Taiwan University, R.O.C. Molecular beam epitaxy, Compound semiconductor material and devices
    Associate Professor S. T. S. Lee Ph.D. in Chemistry, The University of Chicago, U.S.A. Semiconductors, optoelectronic materials, carbon-based materials (graphite, diamond, nanotubes), Polymer, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
    Associate Professor C. H. Lin Ph.D. in Chemistry, National Tsing Hua University, R.O.C. Mesoporous Materials in metal-organic framework, Optoelectronic Materials in metal chalcogenides
    Associate Professor, S. Y. E. Jeng PhD in Electrical Engineering, State University of New York at Buffalo, U.S.A. Semiconductor Process, Non-Volatile Memory, High Frequency Sensing
    Assistant Professor Y. L. Zhong Ph.D. in Physics, National Tsing Hua University, R.O.C. Mesoscopic physics, Quantum transport, Carbon nanotubes, Graphene and Carbon related material
    Assistant Professor C. C. Yang Ph.D. in Physics, National Central University, R.O.C. Nano-magnetic Physics, Neutron and X-ray diffractometer
    Assistant Professor B. T. Ko Ph.D. in Chemistry, National Chung Hsing University, R.O.C. Inorganic Chemistry, Homogeneous Catalytic Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Organic Semiconductor Material designs, research, and development

    Nano-Biomedical Section
    Name Education Specialization/Research Areas
    Professor H. S. W. Chang Ph.D. in Engineering, Tokyo Denki University, Japan. Nano Bioengineering, Biomechanics, Biomedical Engineering, Bone Tissue Engineering, Rehabilitation Engineering, Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Field
    Professor S. L. Lou Ph.D. in Biomedical Physics, University of California, Los Angeles, U.S.A. Biosensors, Biomedical Information Systems, Implantable Biomedical Systems
    Professor T. Y. Wu Ph.D. in Life Science, National Tsing Hua University, R.O.C. Genetic Engineering, Molecular Biology
    Professor W. H. Chan Ph.D. in Life Science, National Tsing Hua University, R.O.C. Cell Biology, Signal transduction
    Associate Professor Y. C. I. Hsu Ph.D. in Food Biotechnology,
    Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA
    Photodynamic Therapy, Nutrigenomics
    Associate Professor M. F. Hsieh Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering, National Tsing Hua University, R.O.C. Materials processing for Biomedical devices, drug delivery devices and tissue engineering applications
    Associate Professor W. T. Li Ph.D. in MicroBiology, University of Massachusetts, U.S.A. Tissue engineering, Stem cell research, Protein Biochemistry, Microbial physiology
    Assistant Professor T. Y. Chin Ph.D. in Life Science, National Defense Medical Center, R.O.C. Signal transduction, Cell Biology, Physiology
    Assistant Professor S. R. Lin Ph.D. in Molecular Medicine, National Taiwan University, R.O.C. Transgenic Animals, Molecular Biology
    Assistant Professor C. D. Hsiao Ph.D. in Fisheries Science, National Taiwan University, R.O.C. Epidermal stem cell message control, Biology of zebrafish development, Aquatic Genomics and Transgenics
  3. Staff: H. Y. Lin
    Office: 302 Science Building
    Phone No.: 03-2653002
    Fax: 03-2653009
    E-mail: ball@cycu.edu.tw
PUBLICATION LIST

SHEN, JI LIN(2004-2006)

  1. T. Y. Lin; D. Y. Lyu; J. Chang; J. L. Shen; W. C. Chou (2006), “Properties of photoluminescence in type-II ZnTe/ZnSe quantum dots”, Applied Physics Letters, Vol.88 , No.0 p.121917-1-121917-3. , (SCI).
  2. C. S. Yang; Y. J. Lai; W. C. Chou; W. K. Chen; M. C. Lee; M. C. Kuo; J. Lee; J. L. Shen; D. J. Jang, and Y. C. Cheng (2005), “Optical properties of self-assembled ZnTequantum dots grown by molecular-beam epitaxy.”, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, Vol.97 , No.033514 p.033514-1-033514-7. , (SCI).
  3. Y. C. Lee; Y. L. Liu; C. K. Wang; J. L. Shen; P.W. Cheng; C. F. Cheng; C. H. Ko; and T. Y. Lin (2005), “Decay dynamics of blue–green luminescence in meso-porousMCM-41 nanotubes.”, Journal of Luminescence, Vol.113 , No.258 p.258-264. , (SCI).
  4. Gia-Wei Shu; Wan- Zhen Lee ; I-Jen Shu; Ji-Lin Shen; Cheng- An Lin ;Walter H. Chang; Wu- Ching Chou; Ruoh-Chyn. Ruaan (2005), “Photoluminescence in colloidalCdSe/ZnS quantum dots under oxygen atmosphere.”, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NANOTECHNOLOGY, Vol.4 , No.632 p.632-636. , (SCI).
  5. W Z Lee; G W Shu; J S Wang; J L Shen; C A Lin; W H Chang; R C Ruaan; W C Chou; C H Lu and Y C Lee (2005), “Recombination dynamics of luminescence in colloidalCdSe/ZnS quantum dots.”, Nanotechnology, Vol.16 , No.1517 p.1517-1521. , (SCI).
  6. Y. C. Lee, Y. L. Liu, Ji-Lin Shen, I. J. Hsu, P. W. Cheng, C. F. Cheng, C.-H. Ko (2004), “Blue–green luminescence from mesoporous MCM-48 molecular sieves”, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, Vol.341 , No.1-3 p.16-20. , (SCI).
  7. Y.C. Lee, G.W. Shu, J.L. Shen, W.Y. Uen, Y.F. Chen (2004), “Optical properties ofNd-doped InGaAsP epilayers”, Solid Sate Communications, Vol.129 , No.1 p.47-50. , (SCI).
  8. 35. (2004), “Time-resolved photoluminescence in Mobil Composition of Matter-48”, Applied Physics Letters, Vol.85 , No.26 p.6350-6352. , (SCI).
  9. J. P. Chang; T. Y. Lin; H. F. Hong; T. C. Gunng; J. L. Shen; Y. F. Chen (2004), “Effect of proton irradiations on GaN-based materials”, Physica Status Solidi c, Vol.1 , No.10 p.2466-2469.
  10. (25) Y. C. Lee; Y. L. Liu; W. Z. Lee; C. K. Wang; J. L. Shen*; P.W. Cheng; C. F. Cheng; T. Y. Lin (2004), “Temperature-dependent photoluminescence in meso-porpus MCM nanotubes”, Physica status solidi (a), Vol.201 , No.14 p.3188-3192. ,(SCI).

CHIU, KUAN CHENG(2004-2006)

  1. J.T. Ku, M.C. Kuo, J.L. Shen, K.C. Chiu, T.H. Yang, G.L. Luo, C.Y. Chang, Y.C. Lin, C.P. Fu, D.S. Chuu, C.H. Chia, W.C. Chou (2006), “Optical characterization of XnSeepilayers and ZnCdSe/ZnSe quantum wells grown on GeGeSi/Si virtual substrate”, J. Appl. Phys., Vol.99, No.0 p.1-1-1-6. , (SCI).
  2. J.X. Lin, C. T. Shih, H.T. Zhou, Y.Z. Luo, J.L. Liao, K.C. Chiu (2006), “Effects of the source temperature on the formaqtion of a metastable HgI2 phase and consequences for the nucleation and growth behaviors in PVT ampoules”, J cryst. Growth, Vol.290 , No.0 p.111-114. , (SCI).
  3. J. L. Liao, K. C. Chiu (2006), “Novel interface properties of Au-overlayer on top of C60 polycrystalline film”, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys., Vol.45, No.0 p.1-1-1-4. , (SCI).
  4. R.S. Chen, H.M. Chang, Y.S. Huang, D.S. Tsai, and K.C. Chiu (2005), “Morphological evolution of the self-assembled IrO2 one-dimensionalnanocrystals”, Nanotechnology, Vol.16 , No.0 p.93-97. , (SCI).
  5. C.T. Shih, T.J. Huang, Y.Z. Luo, S.M. Lan, and K.C. Chiu (2005), “Oriented polycrystalline a-HgI2 thick films grown by physical vapor deposition”, J. Cryst. Growth, Vol.280 , No.0 p.442-447. , (SCI).
  6. C. M. Yang, J. L. Liao and K. C. Chiu (2004), “Diffusion of O2 in C60 Crystal by Measuring the Decay of Electrical Conductivity”, J. Appl. Phys., Vol.96 , No.3 p.1934-1938. , (SCI).
  7. M.C. Kuo, K.C. Chiu, T.H. Shih, Y.J. Lai, C.S. Yang, W.K. Chen, D.S. Chuu, M.C. Lee, W.C. Chou, S.Y. Jeng, Y.T. Shih, W.H. Lan (2004), “Optical properties of ZnCdSeepilayers grown on (100) GaAs by molecular beam epitaxy”, Jpn.J.Appl.Phys., Vol.43 , No.8A p.5145-5150. , (SCI).
  8. J. M. Chung, Y. Z. Luo, Z. A. Jian, M. C. Kuo, C. S. Yang. W. C. Chou, and K. C. Chiu (2004), “Effects of Substrate Temperature on the Properties of Alq3 Amorphous Layers Prepared by Vacuum Deposition”, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys., Vol.43, No.4 p.1631-1632. , (SCI).

WANG JYH-SHYANG(2004-2006)

  1. H. C. Yu; J. S. Wang; Y. K. Su; S. J. Chang; F. I. Lai; Y. H. Chang; H. C. Kuo; C. P. Sung; H. P. D. Yang; K. F. Lin; J. M. Wang; J. Y. Chi; R. S. Hsiao; S. Mikhrin(2006), “1.3-um InAs–InGaAs Quantum-Dot Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Laser With Fully Doped DBRs Grown by MBE”, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, Vol.18, No.2 p.418-420. , (SCI)
  2. J. F. Chen; R. S. Hsiao; M. F. Hsieh; J. S. Wang; J. Y. Chi (2006), “Effect of incorporating an InAlAs layer on electron emission in self-assembled InAsquantum dots”, J. Appl. Phys., Vol.99 , No.0 p.014303-014303-4. , (SCI)
  3. J. F. Chen; R. S. Hsiao; W. K. Hung; J. S. Wang; J. Y. Chi; H. C. Yu; Y. K. Su (2006), “Evolution of conduction and interface states of laterally wet-oxidized AlGaAs with oxidation time”, J. Appl. Phys., Vol.99 , No.0 p.023711-1-023711-5. , (SCI)
  4. Y. J. Lai; Y. C. Lin; C. B. Fu; C. S. Yang; C. H. Chia; D. S. Chuu; W. K. Chen; M. C. Lee; W. C. Chou; M. C. Kuo; J. S. Wang (2006), “Growth mode transfer of self-assembled CdSe quantum dots grown by molecular beam epitaxy”, J. Crystal Growth, Vol.286 , No.0 p.338-344. , (SCI)
  5. T. W. Chi; R. S. Hsiao; G. Lin; J. S. Wang; C. Y. Liang; J. F. Chen; J. Y. Chi (2005), “The effect of Sb in InGaAs(N)(Sb) multiple quantum wells”, 真空科技, Vol.18 , No.3 p.30-33.
  6. Fang-I Lai; S. Y. Kuo; J. S. Wang; H. C. Kuo; J. Chi; S. C. Wang; H. S. Wang; C. T. Liang; Y. F. Chen (2005), “Temperature-dependent optical properties of In0.34Ga0.66As1-xNx / GaAs single quantum well with high N content grown by molecular beam epitaxy”, Vol.18 , No.3 p.23-29.
  7. C. S. Yang; D. S. Chuu; W. C. Chou; H. M. Huang; W. C. Fan; M. C. Kuo; J. Lee; J. S. Wang; J. L. Shen (2005), “Enhanced Type-I Emission in Type-II Zn0.97Mn0.03Se/ZnSe0.8Te0.2 Quantum Wells Under Applied Electric Field”, Vol.18 , No.3 p.51-54.
  8. R. S. Hsiao; J. S. Wang; G. Lin; C. Y. Liang; H. Y. Liu; T.W.Chi; J. F. Chen; J. Y. Chi (2005), “MBE growth of high quality vertically coupled InAs/GaAsquantum dots laser emitting around 1.3 um”, Vol.18 , No.3 p.72-75.
  9. Jyh-Shyang Wang; Ru-Shang Hsiao; Jenn-Fang Chen; Chu-Shou Yang; Gray Lin; Chiu-Yueh Liang; Chih-Ming Lai; Hui-Yu Liu; Tung-Wei Chi; Jim-Y. Chi (2005), “Engineering Laser Gain Spectrum Using Electronic Vertically Coupled InAs–GaAs Quantum Dots”, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, Vol.17 , No.8 p.1590-1592. , (SCI)
  10. J. F. Chen; R. S. Hsiao; C. K. Wang; J. S. Wang; J. Y. Chi (2005), “Characterization of electron emission from relaxed InAs quantum dots capped with InGaAs”, J. Appl. Phys., Vol.98 , No.0 p.013716-1-013716-5. ,(SCI)
  11. W. Z. Lee; G. W. Shu; J. S. Wang; J. L. Shen; C. A. Lin; W. H. Chang; R. C.Ruaan; W. C. Chou; C. H. Lu; Y. C. Lee (2005), “Recombination dynamics of luminescence in colloidal CdSe/ZnS quantum dots”, Nanotechnology, Vol.16 , No.0 p.1517-1521. , (SCI).
  12. Jenn-Fang Chen; Ru-Shang Hsiao; Yu-Chih Chen; Yi-Ping Chen; Ming-Ta Hsieh; Jyh-Shyang Wang; Jim.Y.Chi (2005), “Effect of Nitrogen Incorporation into InAs layer in InAs/InGaAs Self-Assembled Quantum dots”, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys., Vol.44 , No.9A p.6395-6398. , (SCI).
  13. J. F. Chen; R. S. Hsiao; Y. P. Chen; J. S. Wang; J. Y. Chi (2005), “Strain relaxation in InAs/InGaAs quantum dots investigated by photoluminescence and C-V profiling”, Appl. Phys. Lett., Vol.87 , No.0 p.141911-141911-3. ,(SCI).
  14. I-Liang Chen;Wei-Chou Hsu; Hao-Chung Kuo;Hsin-Chieh Yu;Chia-PinSung;Chen-Ming Lu;Chih-Hung Chiou;Jin-Mei Wang;Yu-Hsiang Chang;Tsin-Dong Lee;Jyh-Shyang Wang (2005), “Low-Threshold-Current-Density, Long-Wavelength, Highly Strained InGaAs Laser Grown by Metalorganic Chemical Vapor Deposition”, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys., Vol.40 , No.10 p.7485-7487. , (SCI).
  15. J. S. Wang; G. Lin; R. S. Hsiao; C. S. Yang,; C. M. Lai; C. Y. Liang; H. Y. Liu; T. T. Chen; Y. F. Chen; J. Y. Chi; J. F. Chen (2005), “Continuous-wave high-power (320 mW) single mode operation of electronic vertically coupledInAs/GaAs quantum dot narrow-ridge-waveguide lasers”, Applied Physics B, Vol.81 , No.8 p.1097-1100. , (SCI).
  16. J. F. Chen; R. S. Hsiao; P. C. Hsieh; Y. J. Chen; Y. P. Chen; J. S. Wang; J. Y. Chi (2005), “N incorporation into InGaAs cap layer in InAs self-assembled quantum dots”, J. Appl. Phys., Vol.98 , No.11 p.113525-1-113525-5. , (SCI).
  17. J. S. Wang; R. S. Hsiao; G. Lin; K. F. Lin; H. Y. Liu; C. M. Lai; L. Wei; C. Y. Liang; J. Y. Chi; A. R. Kovsh; N. A. Maleev; D. A. Livshits; J. F. Chen; H. C. Yu; V. M. Ustinov (2004), “MBE growth of high-quality InGaAsN/GaAs quantum well lasers emitting at 1.3 um”, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B, Vol.22, No.6 p.2663-2667. , (SCI).
  18. Ru-Shang Hsiao; Jyh-Shyang Wang*; Kun-Feng Lin; Li Wei; Hui-Yu Liu; Chiu-Yueh Liang; Chih-Ming Lai; Alexey R. Kovsh; Nikolay A. Maleev; Jim-Y Chi;Jenn-Fang Chen (2004), “Single Mode 1.3 um InGaAsN/GaAs Quantum Well Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers Grown by Molecular Beam Epitaxy”,Jpn. J. Appl. Phys., Vol.43 , No.12A p.L1555-L1557. , (SCI).

YEH, JUI MING(2004-2006)

  1. Jui-Ming Yeh*, Chi-Lun Chen, Chao-Chen Huang, Shia-Chung Chen, Pao-Lin Su, Chih-Che Kuo, Jui-Ting Hsu, Boyang Chen, Yuan-Hsiang Yu, “Effect of Organoclay on the Thermal Stability, Mechanical Strength, and Surface Wettability of Injection-Molded ABS-Clay Nanocomposite Materials Prepared by Melt Intercalation”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, (2006), 99, 1576. (SCI).
  2. Jui-Ming Yeh*, Hsiu-Ying Huang, Chi-Lun Chen, Wen-Fen Su, Yuan-Hsiang Yu, “Siloxane-modified Epoxy Resin-Clay Nanocomposite Coatings with Advanced Anticorrosive Properties prepared by a Solution Dispersion Approach”, Surface Coatings & Technology,(2006), 200, 2753. (SCI).
  3. Jui-Ming Yeh*, Chang-Jian Weng, Kuan-Yeh Huang, Chun-Che Lin, “Effect of Baking Treatment and Materials Composition on the Properties of Bulky PMMA-Silica Hybrid Sol-Gel Materials with Low Volume Shrinkage”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, (2006) 101, 1151. (SCI).
  4. Yuan-Hsiang Yu, Jui-Ming Yeh*, Cheng-Yuan Lai, Chi-Lun Chen, “DurableElectroactive Coatings Prepared from Electronically Conductive Poly(3HT-co-3TPP)-Silica Hybrid Materials”, Journal of Electronic Materials, (2006) in press. (SCI).
  5. Jui-Ming Yeh*, Chang-Jian Weng, Wen-Jia Liao, Yi-Wen Mau, “AnticorrosivelyEnhanced PMMA-SiO2 Hybrid Coatings Prepared from Sol-Gel Approach with HEMA as Coupling Agent”, Surface Coatings & Technology, (2006), in press (SCI).
  6. Kung-Chin Chang, Mei-Chun Lai, Chih-Wei Peng, Yi-Tsen Chen , Jui-Ming Yeh*, Ching-Lung Lin, Jen-Chang Yang, “Comparative Studies on the Corrosion Protection Effect of DBSA-doped Polyaniline Prepared from In-Situ Emulsion Polymerization in the Presence of Hydrophilic Na+-MMT and Organophilic Organo-MMT Clay Platelets”, Electrochimica Acta, (2006), in press. (SCI).
  7. Hsi-Ya Huang; Chia-Ling Chuang; Chen-Wen Chiu; Jui-Ming Yeh (2005), “Application of microemulsion electrokinetic chromatography for the detection of preservatives in foods”, Food Chemistry, Vol.89 , No.2 p.315-322. , (SCI).
  8. Jui-Ming Yeh (2005), “Organo-soluble polyimide (ODA-BSAA)/MontmorilloniteNanocomposite Materials prepared by solution dispersion technique”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol.95 , No.0 p.1082-1090. , (SCI).
  9. Jui-Ming Yeh (2005), “Comparison of microemulsion electrokineticchromatography and micellar electrokinetic chromatography as methods for the analysis of ten benzophenones ”, Electrophoresis, Vol.26 , No.0 p.895. , (SCI).
  10. Hong-Wen Wang; Kung-Chin Chang; Jui-Ming Yeh; Shir-Joe Liou (2004), “Synthesis and Dielectric Properties of Polystyrene-Clay Nanocomposite Materials”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol.91 , No.2 p.1368-1373. , (SCI)
  11. Yuan-Hsiang Yu, Jui-Ming Yeh; Chien-Chih Jen; Hsiu-Ying Huang; Pei-Chi Wu; Chao-Cheng Huang (2004), “Preparation and Properties of Poly(3-hexylthiophene)-ClayNanocomposite Materials”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol.91 , No.6 p.3438-3448. , (SCI).
  12. Jui-Ming Yeh; Shir-Joe Liou; Ya-Wen Chang (2004), “Polyacrylamide–ClayNanocomposite Materials Prepared by Photopolymerization with Acrylamide as an Intercalating Agent”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol.91 , No.6 p.3489-3496. , (SCI).
  13. Yuan-Hsiang Yu; Ching-Yi Lin; Jui-Ming Yeh (2004), “Poly(N-vinylcarbazole)-claynanocomposite materials prepared by photoinitiated polymerization withtriarylsulfonium salt initiator”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol.91 , No.3 p.1904-1912. , (SCI).
  14. Jui-Ming Yeh; Shir-Joe Liou; Chih-Guang Lin; Yen-Po Chang; Yuan-Hsiang Yu; Chi-Feng Chen (2004), “Effective Enhancement of Anticorrosive Properties of Polystyrene by the Preparation of Polystyrene-Clay Nanocomposite Materials”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol.92 , No.3 p.1970-1976. , (SCI).
  15. Jui-Ming Yeh; Shir-Joe Liou; Hsin-Jung Lu; Hsi-Ya Huang (2004), “Enhancement of Corrosion Protection Effect of Poly(styrene-co-acrylonitrile) by the Incorporation ofNanolayers of Montmorillonite Clay into Polymer Matrix”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol.92 , No.4 p.2269-2277. , (SCI).
  16. Yuan-Hsiang Yu; Jui-Ming Yeh; Shir-Joe Liou; Yen-Po Chang (2004), “Organo-Soluble Polyimide (TBAPP-OPDA)/Clay Nanocomposite Materials with Advanced Anticorrosive Properties Prepared from Solution Dispersion Technique”, Acta.Materialia, Vol.52 , No.2 p.475-486. , (SCI).
  17. Jui-Ming Yeh; Chi-Lun Chen; Yen-Chen Chen; Chin-Yi Ma; Hsi-Ya Huang; Yuan-Hsiang Yu (2004), “Enhanced corrosion prevention effect of polysulfone-claynanocomposite materials prepared by solution dispersion”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol.92 , No.1 p.631-637. , (SCI).
  18. Jui-Ming Yeh; Chang-Jian Weng; Kuan-Yeh Huang; Hsi-Ya Huang; Yuan-Hsiang Yu; Chung-Hung Yin (2004), “Thermal and optical properties of PMMA-titania hybrid materials prepared by sol-gel approach with HEMA as coupling agent”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol.94 , No.1 p.400-405. , (SCI).
  19. Jui-Ming Yeh; Chi-Lun Chen; Tai-Hung Kuo; Wen-Fen Su; Hsi-Ya Huang; Der-JangLiaw; Hsin-Yi Lu; Chi-Fong Liu; Yuan-Hsiang Yu (2004), “Preparation and properties of (BATB-ODPA) polyimide-clay nanocomposite materials”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol.91 , No.3 p.1904-1912. , (SCI).
  20. Hong-Wen Wang; Kung-Chin Chang; Hsuan-Chih Chu; Shir-Joe Liou; Jui-Ming Yeh(2004), “Significant decreased dielectric constant and loss of polystyrene-claynanocomposite materials by using long-chain intercalating agent”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol.92 , No.4 p.2402-2410. , (SCI).
  21. Yuan-Hsiang Yu; Jui-Ming Yeh; Shir-Joe Liou; Chi-Lun Chen; Der-Jang Liaw; Hsin-Yi Lu (2004), “Preparation and properties of polyimide-clay nanocomposite materials for anticorrosion application”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol.92 , No.6 p.3573-3582. , (SCI)
  22. Jui-Ming Yeh; Shir-Joe Liou; Mei-Chun Lai; Yu-Wen Chang; Cheng-Yu Huang; Chen-Ping Chen; Jenn-Huey Jaw; Tsung-Yen Tsai; Yuan-Hsiang Yu (2004), “Comparative studies of the properties of poly(methyl methacrylate)-clay nanocompositematerials prepared by in-situ emulsion polymerization and solution dispersion”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol.94 , No.5 p.1936-1946. , (SCI).

CHENG, CHI FENG(2004-2006)

  1. Lee, Y.C.; Liu, Y.L.; Wang, C.K.; Shen, J.L.; Cheng, P.W.; Cheng, C.F.; Ko, C.-H.; Lin T.Y. (2005), “Decay dynamics of blue–green luminescence in meso-porous MCM-41nanotubes”, Journal of Luminescence, Vol.0 , No.0 , (SCI).
  2. Cheng, C.-F.; Cheng, H.-H. (2005), “Synthesis and characterization of gallosilicatemesoporous molecular sieves SBA-15”, Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis:Nanoporous Materials, Vol.0 , No.0 , (SCI).
  3. Cheng, C.-F.; Cheng, H.-H.; Wu, L.-L.; Cheng, B.-W. (2005), “Synthesis and characterization of nanoscale aluminosilicate mesoporous materials by microwave irradiation”, Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis: Nanoporous Materials, Vol.0 , No.0 , (SCI).
  4. Chen, W.-H.; Huang, S.-J.; Ko, H.-H.; Lo, A.-Y.; Lee, H.-K.; Wu, L.-L.; Cheng, C.-F.; Liu, S.-B. (2005), “Acidity and sorption properties of nano-sized mesoporousaluminosilicate materials”, Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis: NanoporousMaterials, Vol.0 , No.0 , (SCI).
  5. Chao, Man Chien; Lin, Hong Ping; Cheng, Bo Wen; Cheng, Chi Feng (2005), “Efficient incorporation of metal oxides into neutral surfactants-templatedmesoporous silicas”, Chemistry Letters, Vol.34 , No.2 p.204-205. , (SCI)
  6. Chao, MC; Lin, H.P.; Mou, C.Y.; Cheng, B.W.; Cheng, C.F. (2004), “Synthesis ofnano-sized mesoporous silicas with metal incorporation”, Catalysis Today, Vol.97 ,No.1 p.81-87. , (SCI).
  7. Cheng, C.-F.; Lin, Y.-C.; Cheng, H.-H.; Liu, S.-M.; Sheu, H.-S (2004), “Rapid crystallization of High quality silica SBA-16 nanoporous material”, Chemistry Letters, Vol.0 , No.0 p.262-263. , (SCI).
  8. Yeh, J.-M.; Liou, S.-J.; Lin, G.-G.; Chang, Y.-P.; Yu, Y.-H.; Cheng, C.-F. (2004), “Effective enhancement of anticorrosive properties of polystyrene by the preparation of polystyrene-clay nanocomposite materials”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci.,Vol.92 , No.0 p.1970-1976. , (SCI).
  9. Lee, Y.C.; Liu, Y.L.; Shen, J.L.; Hsu, I.J.; Cheng, P.W.; Cheng, C.F.; Ko, C.-H. (2004), “Blue-green photoluminescence in MCM-48 mesoporous molecular sieves”, J. Non-Cryst. Solid, Vol.0 , No.0 p.16-20. , (SCI).
  10. Liu, Y.L.; Lee, Y.C.; Lee W.Z.; Shen, J.L.; Cheng, P.W.; Cheng, C.F. (2004), “Time-resolved photoluminescence in Mobil Composition of Matter-48”, Applied Physics Letters, Vol.85 , No.0 p.6350-6352.
  11. Lee, Y. C.; Liu, Y. L.; Lee, W. Z.; Wang C. K.; Shen, J. L.; Cheng, P. W.; Cheng, C. F.; Lin, T. Y. (2004), “Temperature-dependent photoluminescence in meso-porous MCM nanotubes”, Phys. Stat. sol. (a), Vol.14 , No.0 p.3188-3192. , (SCI).

WANG, HONG WEN(2004-2006)

  1. Hong-Wen Wang* a, Chien-Hung Kuo a, Tsai-Huei Liao a, Ren-Jay Lin b, Syh-YuhCheng b (2006), “Formation and Processing of Mesoporous Barium TitanatePowders via Micelle Template Method”, Journal Materials Research, Vol.21 , No.4 p.941-946. , (SCI).
  2. Hong-Wen Wang1*, Chain-Fang Shieh1, His-Yi Chen1, Wei-Chuan Shiu1, BryanRusso2, Guozhong Cao2 (2006), “Standing [111] Gold Nanotube to Nanorod Arrays via Template Growth”, Nanotechnology, Vol.0 , No.0 , (SCI).
  3. Cheng-Hsiung Peng, Hong-Wen Wang*, Yuan-Tai Lai, San-Yuan Chen (2005), “The electromagnetic wave absorbing characteristics of MnZn ferrite-TPU composite materials”, Materials Science Forum, Vol.480-481 , No.0 p.155-160. , (SCI).
  4. Cheng-Hsiung Peng1, Hong-Wen Wang2*, Shih-Wei Kan 2, Ming-Zong Shen 2, Yu-Min Wei 2 , San-Yuan Chen1 (2005), “Electromagnetic wave absorption behavior onNiZn-ferrite prepared via hydrothermal method”, Materials Science Forum, Vol.480-481 , No.0 p.595-602. , (SCI).
  5. Hong-Wen Wang* ; Kung-Chin Chang ; Hsuan-Chih Chu (2005), “Effect of Clay on the Properties of Poly(styrene-co-acrylonitrile)-Clay Nanocomposites”, Polymer International, Vol.54 , No.1 p.114-119. , (SCI).
  6. Hong-Wen Wang* , Siu-Wei Nien, Kuok-Chuan Lee (2005), “Improvement in Crystallization and Electrical Properties of Barium Strontium Titanate Thin Films by Gold Doping Using Metal-Organic Deposition Method”, Thin Solid Films, Vol.489 , No.0 p.31-36. , (SCI).
  7. 2. Hong-Wen Wang*, Rui-Xuan Dong, Hsuan-Chih Chu, Kung-Chin Chang, Wan-ChiaLee (2005), “Improvements on the Synthesis and properties of Fluorinated Polyimide-Clay Nanocomposites by using Double Swelling Agents”, Mater. Chem. Phys., Vol.94 ,No.0 p.42-51. , (SCI).
  8. Hong-Wen Wang, Chain-Fang Shieh, Kung-Chin Chang (2005), “Synthesis and Dielectric Properties of PMMA-Clay Nanocomposites”, J. Appl. Polymer. Sci., Vol.97 , No.0 p.2175-2181. , (SCI).
  9. 2. (2004), “Microwave absorbing materials using Ag-NiZn ferrite core-shellnanopowders as fillers”, J. Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Vol.284 , No.Cp.113-119. , (SCI).
  10. Hong-Wen Wang* and Shong-Chung Kung, (2004), “Crystallization of nanosized Ni-Zn ferrite Powders Prepared by The Hydrothermal Method ”, J. Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Vol.270 , No.0 p.230-236. , (SCI).
  11. Hong-Wen Wang* , Siu-Wei Nien, Kuok-Chuan Lee (2004), “Enhanced tunability and electrical properties of barium strontium titanate thin films by gold doping in grains”, Applied Physics Letter, Vol.84 , No.15 p.2874-2876. , (SCI).
  12. 3. Hong-Wen Wang* , Kung-Chin Chang , Hsuan-Chih Chu , Shir-Joe Liou , Jui-MingYeh. (2004), “Significant Decreased Dielectric Constant and Loss of Polystyrene-Clay Nanocomposite Materials by Using Long-Chain Intercalation Agent”, J. Appl. Polymer Sci., Vol.92 , No.0 p.2402-2410. , (SCI).
  13. Hong-Wen Wang *, Kung-Chin Chang , Jui-Ming Yeh, Shir-Joe Liou (2004), “Synthesis and Dielectric Properties of Polystyrene-Clay NanocompositeMaterials”, J. Appl. Polymer Sci, Vol.91 , No.0 p.1368-1373. , (SCI).

TSUNG-YEN TSAI(2004-2006)

  1. Tsai, Tsung-Yen.; Lu, S.-W.; Huang, Y.-P.; Li, F.-S (2006), “Polymer- Dispersed Liquid Crystal/Layered Double Hydroxide Nanocomposite: A New Emerging Optical Application”, J. Phys. Chem. Solids, Vol.0 , No.0 p.0-0. , (SCI).
  2. Huang, Y.-P.; Tsai, Tsung-Yen; Lee, W.; Chin, W.-K.; Chang, Y.-M.; Chen, H.-Y. (2005), “Photorefractive effect in nematic-clay nanocomposites”, Optics Express, Vol.13 , No.6 p.2058-2063. , (SCI).
  3. Tsai, Tsung-Yen; Lu, S.-T. (2005), “The Properties and Application of Epoxy/ClayNanocomposites in the Copper-Clad Laminar”, Clay Science, Vol.12 , No.0 p.74-78.
  4. Tsai, Tsung-Yen; Li, C.-H.; Chang, C.-H.; Cheng, W.-H.; Hwang, C.-L.; Wu, R.-J. (2005), “Preparation of Exfoliated Polyester-Clay Nanocomposites”, Advanced Materials, Vol.17 , No.0 p.1769-1773. , (SCI).
  5. Tsai, Tsung-Yen; Huang, Y.-P.; Chen, H.-Y.; Lee, W.; Chang, Y.-M.; Chin, W.-K. (2005), “Electro-optical properties of a twisted nematic-montmorillonite claynanocomposite”, Nanotechnology, Vol.16 , No.0 p.1053-1057. , (SCI).
  6. Huang, Y.-P.; Chen, H.-Y.; Lee, W.; Tsai, Tsung-Yen*; Chin, W.-K. (2005), “Transient behavior of polarity-reversed current in a liquid crystal- montmorillonite clay device”, Nanotechnology, Vol.0 , No.0 p.590-594. , (SCI).
  7. Jui-Ming Yeh; Shir-Joe Liou; Mei-Chun Lai; Yu-Wen Chang; Cheng-Yu Huang; Chen-Ping Chen, Jenn-Huey Jaw, Tsung-Yen Tsai, Yuan-Hsiang Yu (2004), “Comparative Studies of the Properties of Poly(methylmethacrylate)-Clay NanocompositeMaterials Prepared by In Situ Emulsion Polymerization and Solution Dispersion”, J. Applied Polymer Science, Vol.94 , No.0 p.1936-1946. , (SCI).

TZONG-YUAN WU(2004-2006)

  1. Yu-Kou Liu, Chih-Chieh Chu , and Tzong-Yuan Wu* (2006), “The baculovirus ETL promoter acts as a shuttle promoter between insect cells and mammalian cells”,Acta Pharmacologica Sinica, Vol.0 , No.0 , (SCI).
  2. Jiunn-Jye Wey, Shiao-Shek Tang, and Tzong-Yuan Wu (2006), “Disulfide Bond Reduction Corresponds to Dimerization and Hydrophobicity Changes of Clostridiumbotulinum Type A Neurotoxin”, Acta Pharmacologica Sinica, Vol.0 , No.0 , (SCI).
  3. Jin-Ching Lee, Tzong-Yuan Wu, Chien-Fu Huang, Feng-Mine Yang, Shin-Ru (2005), “High-efficiency protein expression mediated by entrovirus 71 internal ribosome”, Biotechnology and Bioengineering, Vol.90 , No.5 p.656-662. , (SCI).
  4. Tzyy-Rong Jinn1, Suey-Sheng Kao, Jason TC Tzeng, Tzong-Yuan Wu* (2005), “Coral Red Fluorescence Protein as Genetic Modified Baculovirus Tracer”, Journal of Biotechnology, Vol.119 , No.0 p.255-259. , (SCI).
  5. Ying-Ju Chen, Wein-Shue Chen, and Tzong-Yuan Wu (2005), “Development of bi-cistronic baculovirus expression vector by the Rhopalosiphum padi virus 5’ internal ribosome entry site.”, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, Vol.0 , No.0 , (SCI).
  6. Tzong-Yuan Wu; Yu-Chan Chao; Jin-Ching Lee (2004), “Transduction of AcMNPVNonpermissive Cells as a Non-Lytic Baculovirus Expression System”, Formosan Entomology, Vol.24 , No.1 p.15-26.
  7. Tzyy-Rong Jihn; Suey-Sheng Kao; Chia-I Liu; and Hsin-Yu Tseng; Tzong-Yuan Wu (2004), “Boric Acid as a Synergist of Spodoptera exigua and Autograph californicaNuclear Polyhedrosis Virus”, Formosan Entomology, Vol.24 , No.2 p.173-184.

PROJECT LIST
  1. 「Establish of Center for Nanotechnology at CYCU:Fabrication, Characterization and Application of Nano-materials」
    2002.08.01~2004.07.31
    National Science Council
  2. Development of Nanomaterials for Biochemical Separation Technique and Sensing Device Application
    2004.08.01~2007.07.31
    National Science Council