Faculty

Title

Name

Education

Specialty

Professor

Jiunn-Der

Liao

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering, Ecole des Mines, Saint Etienne, France.

Tissue engineering, scaffold materials, cell-surface interactions, plasma generation, plasma diagnoses, plasma physics and chemistry, micro-contact imprinting, synchrotron –based and laboratory-based high resolution analyses.

Professor

Min-Hsiung Hon

Ph.D. of Materials Engineering, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, USA.

Fine ceramics, thin film technology, nanomaterials and nanostructures, lead-free solder, foundry engineering, phosphors materials, optoelectronic materials.

Professor

Wen-Ta

Tsai

Ph.D. of  Metallurgical Engineering,

Ohio State University, Columbus, USA.

Corrosion-resisting material, surface treatment, electrochemical technology.

Professor

Li-Hui  Chen

Ph.D. of Metallurgical Engineering,  Ohio State University,

Columbus, USA.

Material abrasion, material mechanical properties.

Professor

Truan-Sheng Lui

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan.

Solidification phenomena, fracture deformation, high-temperature heat treatment of metal.

Professor

Kwang-Lung Lin

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering , Pennsylvania State University, State College, USA.

Surface engineering of materials, electronic packaging materials and technology, solder materials and technology.

Professor

Tsang-Tse Fang

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering,

North Carolina State University, Raleigh, USA.

Ceramic processing, ceramic materials, electroceramics, the relationship of the microstructure and properties of ceramics.

Professor

Wen-Tai

Lin

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan.

Thin film materials, nanomaterials, Transmission Electron Microscopy.

Professor

Weng-Sing Hwang

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh,

USA.

Casting, ironmaking & steelmaking, packaging, film depositoin, inkjet printing, fluid dynamics and heat transfer.

Professor

Jow-Lay Huang

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA.

Ceramics and coating technology, composites (CMC, MMC), thin film coating.

Professor

In-Gann

Chen

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering, Ohio State University,

Columbus, USA.

High temperature superconducting materials, optoelectronics and nano-materials

Professor

Jen-Sue

Chen

Ph.D. of Materials Science, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA.

Growth and microstructural characterization of thin films, electrical characterization on thin-film devices, optical characteristics of thin films.

Professor

Chien-Ping

Ju

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering, Marquette University, Milwaukee,

USA.

Composites, friction material, bio-medical materials.

Professor

Jiin-Huey Chen

Ph.D. of Biomedical Engineering,

Northwestern University, Chicago, USA.

Bio-medical materials.

Professor

Chi-Yuan

Tsao

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA.

Electronic Metals, Nano Metals, Metallic Glasses, Light Metals , Foamed Metals, Metal Powder Making and Consolidation, Metal/Ceramic Composites, Alloy Development, Workability, Mechanical Properties, Metal Forming, Spray Forming, Semi-Solid Processing.

Professor

Chii-Shyang Hwang

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan.

Ceramic materials, synthesis and sintering of ceramic powders, characteristics of sintered bodies, thermoelectric materials, phosphors.

Professor

Jyh-Ming

Ting

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati,

USA.

Nano carbon, 1D nanomaterials,  materials for thin film solar cells, high thermal conductivity materials, solar absorbers, thin film processing, super-capacitors.

Professor

Lien-chung Hsu 

Ph.D. of Polymer Science, The University of Akron, Akron,

USA.

Polymer synthesis, polymer nanocomposites, high temperature polymers, polymers for optoelectronic applications, organic/inorganic hybrid materials, proton exchange membranes for Fuel cells.

Professor

Kung-Zong Fung 

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering, The University of Utah,

Salt Lake City, USA.

Ionic conductors, solid-state ionic devices, micro- electrochemical devices.

Professor

Chuan-Pu

Liu

Ph.D. of Materials Science, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.

Semiconductor and nano-materials, optoelectronics thin films.

Professor

Wang-Long

Li

Ph.D. of Mechanical Engineering,

National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan.

Ultra-high density data storage system, lubrication theory of mixture, non-contact seal, applications, lubrication theory in MEMS, and lubrication theory for porous bearing

Associate Professor

Xiao-Ding

Qi 

Ph.D. of Physics, University of Strathclyde,

Glasgow, UK.

Optical materials, ferromagnetic and ferroelectric materials, high-temperature superconductors, single crystal growth, growth of epitaxial and nanostructured thin films.

Associate Professor

Jui-Chao

Kuo

Dr.-Ing.,  RWTH, Aachen,

Germany.

Functional materials, microstructure simulations, EBSD analysis technology.

Associate Professor

Changshu

Kuo

Ph.D. of Plastics Engineering, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, USA.

Nano-constructed materials, electrospun inorganic nanofibers, Janus colloids (asymmetric nanomaterials), Nano/Micro- thermal analysis, scanning thermal microscopy, light scattering and propagation, optoelectronic polymers.

Assistant Professor

Jr-Jeng

Ruan

Ph.D. of Polymer Science, The University of Akron, Akron,

USA.

Thermodynamics and kinetics of polymer crystallization, epitaxial crystallization of polymers and composites, self-assembly process, structure, orientation and alignment of molecules, polymer properties, phase behavior polymers and liquid crystals, polymer microscopy, including TEM and AFM.

Assistant Professor

Wen-Dung

Hsu

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Florida,

Gainesville,

USA.

Computational materials science, molecular dynamics simulation, Monte Carlo simulation, first principle simulation, coarse-graining molecular dynamics simulation, nano-materials, carbon based materials, transition metal clusters, nano-tribology, nano-mechanics.

Assistant Professor

Hao-Chih

Liu

Ph.D. of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University,

Stanford, USA.

Atomic Force Microscope/ CD-AFM systems and applications, developing nano-scale AFM probe, probe calibrating techniques, applications of carbon-nanotube(CNT), nano-materials and devices, advanced ceramic devices, rapid prototyping, prototype and product design.

Assistant Professor

Kuo-Chang

Lu

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles, USA.

Nano-silicide formation for nano-devices, point contact reactions, semiconductor materials, microelectronic materials and processing, characterization, microelectronic packaging, materials. reliability, electromigration and thermomigration, copper and lead-free solder

Assistant Professor

Kao-Shuo Chang

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering,  University of Maryland, College Park, USA.

Combinatorial methodologies, ferroelectrics, ferromagnetics, microwave materials, magnetoelectric materials, wide band-gap semiconductors, advanced metal-oxide-semiconductors (MOS), complementary metal-oxide-semiconductors (CMOS).

Assistant Professor

Fei-Yi

Hung

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering,  National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan

Anode/cathode of lithium batteries, opto-electronic thin films, micro/nano wires, and microelectronic materials.

Assistant Professor

Shih-Kang

Lin

Ph.D. of Materials Science and Engineering,  National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan

Phase equilibrium, solid diffusion and interfacial reaction, lead-free soldering, opto-electronic packaging, fuel cells, metal-semiconductor interfaces, and applied electrochemistry.

Adjunct Professor

Shih-Chin

Lee

Ph.D., National Cheng Kung University,

Tainan, Taiwan.

Hot working techniques, powder metallurgy, surface coating, laser surface modification, ceramic passive devices.

Adjunct Professor

I-lin

Cheng

Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley,

USA.

Metallurgy.

Adjunct Professor

Ming-Pan Hung

Purdue University, West Lafayette, USA.

Amorphous alloys, magnetic materials, mass and energy delivery in metallurgy process.

Adjunct Professor

Ju-Tung

Lee

B. S., National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan.

Corrosion prevention technique, surface science, kinetics.

Adjunct Professor

Nan-Chung Wu

M. S., Tohoku University,

Sendai, Japan.

X-ray spectroscopy, semiconductors, electronic ceramics, structural ceramics.

Visiting

Chair

Professor

Paul Ching-Wu Chu

Ph.D., University of California, San Diego, USA.

Applied physical sciences, physics.

Visiting

Chair

Professor

Masahiro Yoshimura

Ph.D., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan.

Soft process, solution process & soft chemistry for ceramic materials, hydrothermal processes for carbons, phase formation, stability, transformation & equilibria of zirconia systems, quenching, solidification & casting of eutectic metals.

Assistant Professor

Mario Hofmann

PhD Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Graphene electronics, nanostructure engineering

Assistant Professor

Chia-Yun Chen

Ph.D., National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan

Functional nanomaterials and devices, Solar cells, Optical sensing, Metamaterials, Photocatalytic materials, Semiconductor processing