Materials Science and Engineering
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|2008-2014||Northwestern University, Ph.D. student, Materials Science & Engineering.|
|2002-2006||National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan, B.S and M.S, Materials Science & Engineering.
Structural and optical properties of cubic-In N quantum dots prepared by ion implantation in Si (100) substrate.
Research Objectives and Approach
Nanopatterning is crucial for future nanomaterials applications. As the desired size of pattern becomes smaller, it is more time consuming and challenging. I'll use new nanopatterning techniques such as DPN and PPL to fabricate functionalized oxide . To produce precise and small pattern good qualities in a more efficient way is my research goal.