張嘉升 / 研究員兼所長

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連絡資訊

學歷

  • 美國亞利桑那州立大學物理博士

秘書

洪敏玲 / 886-2-2789-6750

研究興趣

表面物理及化學 ; 原子操縱術 ; 低維量子效應 ; 奈米結構科學 ; 掃描探針式顯微術之發展 ;

經歷

  • 美國亞利桑那州立大學博士後副研究員
  • 本所助研究員、副研究員

學術著作

期刊論文

  • [1]     Lu, Shin-Ming; Chan, Wen-Yuan; Su, Wei-Bin; Pai, Woei Wu; Liu, Hsiang-Lin; Chang, Chia-Seng, accepted, “Characterization of external potential for field emission resonances and its applications on nanometer-scale measurements”, NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS. (SCI) (IF: 3.786; SCI ranking: 12.7%)

  • [2]     Duc-Chau Nguyen, Chia-Chin Chu, Chih-Hao Lee, Wei-Chiao Lai, and Chia-Seng Chang*, accepted, “Coercivity enhancement of FePd thin films prepared by the post-annealing of off-stoichiometric magnetron-sputtered multilayers”, J. Appl. Phys.. (SCI) (IF: 2.068; SCI ranking: 39.9%)

  • [3]     Lai, Wei-Chiao; Lin, Chun-Yueh; Chang, Wei-Tse; Li, Po-Chang; Fu, Tsu-Yi; Chang, Chia-Seng; Tsong, Tien; Hwang, Ing-Shouh, 2017, “Xenon gas field ion source from a single-atom tip”, Nanotechnology 28, 255301 (2017), 28(25), 1-6.

  • [4]     Wen-Yuan Chan, Shin-Ming Lu, Wei-Bin Su, Chun-Chieh Liao, Germar Hoffmann, Tsong-Ru Tsai and Chia-Seng Chang, 2017, “Sharpness-induced energy shifts of quantum well states in Pb islands on Cu(111)”, Nanotechnology 28, 095706 (2017), 28(9), 1-9.

  • [5]     Min-Chuan Shih, Shao-Sian Li, Cheng-Hua Hsieh, Ying-Chiao Wang, Hung-Duen Yang, Ya-Ping Chiu, Chia-Seng Chang, and Chun-Wei Chen, 2017, “Spatially Resolved Imaging on Photocarrier Generations and Band Alignments at Perovskite/PbI2 Heterointerfaces of Perovskite Solar Cells by Light-Modulated Scanning Tunneling Microscopy”, Nano Lett. 17, 1154 (2017), 17(2), 1154-1160.

  • [6]     Syu-You Guan, Peng-Jen Chen, Ming-Wen Chu, Raman Sankar, Fangcheng Chou, Horng-Tay Jeng, Chia-Seng Chang, Tien-Ming Chuang, 2016, “Superconducting topological surface states in the noncentrosymmetric bulk superconductor PbTaSe2”, Sci. Adv. 2, e1600894 (2016), 2(11), 1-18.

  • [7]     125. Li-Ying Chen, Yu-Jyun Chen, and Chia-Seng Chang, 2016, “Electric Current Distribution of a Multiwall Carbon Nanotube”, AIP ADVANCES, 6, 075216. (SCI) (IF: 1.568; SCI ranking: 56.1%,72.4%,59.6%)

  • [8]     124. Sun, Zhiyuan; Hazut, Ori; Huang, Bo-Chao; Chiu, Ya-Ping; Chang, Chia-Seng; Yerushalmi, Roie; Lauhon, Lincoln; Seidman, David, 2016, “Dopant Diffusion and Activation in Silicon Nanowires Fabricated by ex situ Doping: A Correlative Study via Atom-Probe Tomography and Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy”, NANO LETTERS, 16 (7), 4490–4500. (SCI) (IF: 12.712; SCI ranking: 4.7%,4.8%,4%,6.6%,10.4%,5.7%)

  • [9]     Chun-Yueh Lin, Wei-Tse Chang, Yi-Sheng Chen, En-Te Hwu, Chia-Seng Chang, Ing-Shouh Hwang, Wei-Hao Hsu , 2016, “Low-kilovolt coherent electron diffractive imaging instrument based on a 2 single-atom electron source”, JOURNAL OF VACUUM SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY A, 34,021602. (SCI) (IF: 1.374; SCI ranking: 67.6%,47.4%)

  • [10]     Heng-Jui Liu, Jheng-Cyuan Lin, Yue-Wen Fang, Jing-Ching Wang, Bo-Chao Huang, Xiang Gao, Rong Huang, Philip R. Dean, Peter D. Hatton, Yi-Ying Chin, Hong-Ji Lin, Chien-Te Chen, Yuichi Ikuhara, Ya-Ping Chiu, Chia-Seng Chang, Chun-Gang Duan, Qing He, and Ying-Hao Chu, 2016, “A Metal–Insulator Transition of the Buried MnO 2 Monolayer in Complex Oxide Heterostructure”, Adv. Mater. 28, 9142 (2016), 28, 9142-9151.

  • [11]     Duc-Chau Nguyen, Chia-Chin Chu, Chih-Hao Lee, Tung Hsu, Chia-Seng Chang, 2016, “Fabrication and tailoring of the nano-scale textures of Pd films by selective doping for hydrogen gas sensing”, Thin Solid Films 616, 722 (2016), 616, 722-727.

  • [12]     123. Wei-Bin Su, Chun-Liang Lin, Wen-Yuan Chan, Shin-Ming Lu and Chia-Seng Chang, 2016, “Field enhancement factors and self-focus functions manifesting in field emission resonances in scanning tunneling microscopy”, NANOTECHNOLOGY, 27, 175705. (SCI) (IF: 3.44; SCI ranking: 18.9%,40.2%,21.8%)

  • [13]     4Li-Wei Huang, Horng-Tay Jeng, Cheng-Kai Chang, Kuei-Hsien Chen, Fu-Rong Chen, Chia-Seng Chang, 2016, “Local Property Change of Graphene Induced by a Cu Nanoparticle”, CARBON, 98, 666. (SCI) (IF: 6.337; SCI ranking: 11.6%,15.8%)

  • [14]     47. David Boyd, Wei-Hsiang Lin, Chen-Chih Hsu, Marcus Teague, Chien-Chang Chen, Yuan-yen Lo, Wen-Yuan Chan, Wei-Bin Su, Tsung-Chih Cheng, Chia-Seng Chang, Chih-I Wu, and Nai-Chang Yeh,, 2015, “Single-step deposition of high mobility graphene at reduced temperatures,”, Nature Communications, 6, 6620. (SCI) (IF: 12.124; SCI ranking: 4.7%)

  • [15]     46. Lan, Yann-Wen; Chang, Wen-Hao; Chang, Yuan-Chih; Chang, C. S., 2015, “Effect of focused ion beam deposition induced contamination on the transport properties of nano devices”, Nanotechnology, 26, 055705. (SCI) (IF: 3.44; SCI ranking: 18.9%,40.2%,21.8%)

  • [16]     39. Wei-Hsiang Lin, Ting-Hui Chen, Jan-Kai Chang, Jieh-I Taur, Yuan-Yen Lo, Wei-Li Lee, Chia-Seng Chang, Wei-Bin Su, and Chih-I Wu, 2014, “A Direct and Polymer-Free Method for Transferring Graphene Grown by Chemical Vapor Deposition to Any Substrate”, ACS Nano, 8, 1784. (SCI) (IF: 13.942; SCI ranking: 3.4%,3.3%,5.4%,4.6%)

  • [17]     42. Li-Wei Huang, Cheng-Kai Chang, Fan-Ching Chien, Kuei-Hsien Chen, Peilin Chen, Fu-Rong Chen and Chia-Seng Chang, 2014, “Characterization of the cleaning process on a transferred graphene”, J. Vac. Sci. Technol., A 32, 050601.

  • [18]     Mohammed Aziz Ibrahem, Tian-wey Lan, Karunakara Moorthy Boopathi, Desalegn Alemu, Chia-Seng Chang, Yang-Yuan Chen, Lain-Jong Li and Chih Wei Chu, 2014, “Controlled Mechanical Cleavage of Bulk Niobium Diselenide to Nanoscaled Sheet, Rod, and Particles Nanostructures for Pt-free Dye-sensitized Solar Cells,”, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY.

  • [19]     Wen-Yuan Chan, Hsu-Sheng Hwang, Wei-Bin Su, Shin-Ming Lu, Germar Hoffmann, and Chia-Seng Chang, 2014, “Energy spacing between electronic resonances: A physical quantity correlating to diverse phases of the dense Pb overlayers on Si(111)”, JOURNAL OF VACUUM SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY B, 32, 011801. (SCI) (IF: 1.573; SCI ranking: 55%,71.3%,55.4%)

  • [20]     Weng, Shao-Wei; Lin, Wei-Hsiang; Su, Wei-Bin; Hwu, En-Te; Chen, Peilin; Tsai, Tsong-Ru; Chang, Chia-Seng, 2014, “Estimating Young’s modulus of graphene with Raman scattering enhanced by micrometer tip”, Nanotechnology, 25, 255703. (SCI) (IF: 3.44; SCI ranking: 18.9%,40.2%,21.8%)

  • [21]     44. H.-S. Liao, Y.-H. Chen, R.-F. Ding, H.-F. Huang, W.-M. Wang, E.-T. Hwu, K.-Y. Huang, C.-S. Chang, and I.-S. Hwang, 2014, “High-speed atomic force microscope based on an astigmatic detection system”, Rev. Scientific Instru., 85, 103710.

  • [22]     45. Li-Ying Chen and Chia-Seng Chang, 2014, “In situ tuning and probing the ambipolar field effect on multiwall carbon nanotubes”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 105, 243110. (SCI) (IF: 3.411; SCI ranking: 19.6%)

  • [23]     41. Ori Hazut, Bo-Chao Huang, Adi Pantzer, Iddo Amit, Yossi Rosenwaks, Amit Kohn, Chia-Seng Chang, Ya-Ping Chiu, and Roie Yerushalmi, 2014, “Parallel p-n Junctions across Nanowires by One-Step Ex Situ Doping”, ACS Nano, 8, 8357. (SCI) (IF: 13.942; SCI ranking: 3.4%,3.3%,5.4%,4.6%)

  • [24]     40. Yasuo Yoshida, Hung-Hsiang Yang, Hsu-Sheng Huang, Shu-you Guan, Susumu Yanagisawa, Takuya Yokosuka, Minn-Tsong Lin, Wei-Bin Su, Chia-Seng Chang, 2014, “Scanning tunneling microscopy / spectroscopy of picene thin films formed on Ag(111)”, J. Chemical Physics, 141, 114701.

  • [25]     43. Yann-Wen Lan, Wen-Hao Chang, Yuan-Yao Li, Yuan-Chih Chang, Chia-Seng Chang, and Chii-Dong Chen, 2014, “Stacking fault induced tunnel barrier in platelet graphite nanofiber”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 105, 103505. (SCI) (IF: 3.411; SCI ranking: 19.6%)

  • [26]     50. Hsueh-Liang Chu, Tzu-Hsuan Chen, Chang-You Wu, Yao-Chen Yang, Shin-Hua Tseng, Tsai-Mu Cheng, Li-Ping Ho, Li-Yun Tsai, Hsing-yuan Li, Chia-Seng Chang, Chia-Ching Chang, 2014, “Thermal stability and folding kinetics analysis of disordered protein, securin,”, DOI 10.1007/s10973-013-3598-x, DOI 10.1007/s10973-013-3598-x.

  • [27]     Wen-Yuan Chan, Hsu-Sheng Huang, Wei-Bin Su, Germar Hoffmann, Shin-Ming Lu, Chia-Seng Chang, Maw-Kuen Wu, and Tien-Tzou Tsong, 2013, “ Determining the Thickness of Pb Film Similar to Bulk with Energy Dispersion Derived from Quantum Well States”, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys, 52, 35802. (SCI) (IF: 1.384; SCI ranking: 66.9%)

  • [28]     40. Ing-Shouh Hwang, Che-Cheng Chang, Chien-Hung Lu, Shih-Chin Liu, Yuan-Chih Chang, Ting-Kuo Lee, Horng-Tay Jeng, Hong-Shi Kuo, Chun-Yueh Lin, Chia-Seng Chang and Tien T Tsong, 2013, “ Investigation of single-walled carbon nanotubes with a low-energy electron point projection microscope”, NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS, 15, 043015. (SCI) (IF: 3.786; SCI ranking: 12.7%)

  • [29]     46. H.-S. Liao, K.-Y. Huang, I.-S. Hwang, T.-J. Chang, Wesley W. Hsiao, H.-H. Lin, E.-T. Hwu, and C.-S. Chang,, 2013, “ Operation of astigmatic-detection atomic force microscopy in liquid environments”, REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS, 84, 103709. (SCI) (IF: 1.515; SCI ranking: 53.4%,59.5%)

  • [30]     44. Wesley W. Hsiao, Hsien-Shun Liao, Hsing-Hung Lin, Chia-Kwung Fan, Chien-Wei Liao, Po-Yen Lin, En-Te Hwu, Chia-Seng Chang, 2013, “Biophysical Analysis of Astrocytes Apoptosis Triggered by Larval E/S Antigen from Cerebral Toxocarosis-Causing Pathogen Toxocara canis”, ANALYTICAL SCIENCES, 29, 885. (SCI) (IF: 1.228; SCI ranking: 72.4%)

  • [31]     48. Chih-Hao Lin, Chia-Seng Chang, and Sai-Ping Li, 2013, “Empirical method to measure stochasticity and multifractality in nonlinear time series,”, PHYSICAL REVIEW E, 114, 214308. (SCI) (IF: 2.366; SCI ranking: 10.9%,32.3%)

  • [32]     47. Hsu-Sheng Huang, Wen-Yuan Chan, Wei-Bin Su, Germar Hoffmann, and Chia-Seng Chang, , 2013, “Measurement of work function difference between Pb/Si(111) and Pb/Ge/Si(111) by high-order Gundlach oscillation,”, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, 114, 214308. (SCI) (IF: 2.068; SCI ranking: 39.9%)

  • [33]     37. Wesley W. Hsiao, Hsien-Shun Liao, Hsing-Hung Lin, Ren-Feng Ding, Kuang-Yuh Huang, and Chia-Seng Chang, 2013, “Motility Measurement of a Mouse Sperm by Atomic Force Microscopy”, ANALYTICAL SCIENCES, 29, 3. (SCI) (IF: 1.228; SCI ranking: 72.4%)

  • [34]     41. Cheng, Hui-Wen; Chang, Yuan-Chih; Yuan, Chi-Tsu; Tang, Song-Nien; Chang, Chia-Seng; Tang, Jau; Chen, Fu-Rong; Pan, Rong-Long; Tseng, Fan-Gang, 2013, “Simple and Fast Method to Fabricate Single-Nanoparticle-Terminated Atomic-Force Microscope Tips,”, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY, 117 (25), pp 13239–13246.

  • [35]     43. Chu, Hsueh-Liang; Cheng, Tsai-Mu; Chen, Hung-Wei; Chou, Fu-Hsuan; Chang, Yu-Chuan; Lin, Hsin-Yu; Liu, Shih-Yi; Liang, Yu-Chuan; Hsu, Ming-Hua; Wu, Dian-Shyeu; Li, Hsing-Yuan; Ho, Li-Ping; Wu, Ping-Ching; Chen, Fu-Rong; Chen, Gong-Shen; Shieh, Dar-Bin; Chang, Chia-Seng; Su, Chia-Hao; Yao, Zemin; Chang, Chia-Ching, 2013, “Synthesis of apolipoprotein B lipoparticles to deliver hydrophobic/amphiphilic materials”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 5, 7509. (SCI) (IF: 7.504; SCI ranking: 13.8%,8%)

  • [36]     45. Ping-Chung Lee, Hong-Chi Chen, Chuan-Ming Tseng, Wei-Chiao Lai, Chih-Hao Lee, Chia-Seng Chang, and Yang-Yuan Chen, 2013, “Thermoelectric Properties of an Individual Bi1.75Sb0.25Te2.02 Nanowire”, CHINESE JOURNAL OF PHYSICS, 51, 854. (SCI) (IF: 0.514; SCI ranking: 84.8%)

  • [37]     42. Chih-Wen Yang, Ren-Feng Ding, Shih-Hsiu Lai, Hsien-Shun Liao, Wei-Chiao Lai, Kuang-Yuh Huang, Chia-Seng Chang and Ing-Shouh Hwang, 2013, “Torsional resonance mode atomic force microscopy in liquid with Lorentz force actuation”, Nanotechnology, 24, 305702. (SCI) (IF: 3.44; SCI ranking: 18.9%,40.2%,21.8%)

  • [38]     Bo-Chao Huang, Ya-Ping Chiu, Po-Cheng Huang, Wen-Ching Wang, Vu Thanh Tra, Jan-Chi Yang, Qing He, Jiunn-Yuan Lin, Chia-Seng Chang, and Ying-Hao Chu, 2012, “Mapping Band Alignment across Complex Oxide Heterointerface”, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 109, 246807. (SCI) (IF: 8.462; SCI ranking: 7.6%)

  • [39]     Yen-Song Chen, Yuan-Chih Chang, Shau-Chieh Wang, Li-Ying Chen, Der-Hsien Lien, Lih-Juann Chen, and Chia-Seng Chang,, 2012, “Critical Capillary Absorption of Current-melting Silver Nanodroplets into Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes”, Small, DOI: 10.1002/smll.201200393.. (SCI) (IF: 8.643; SCI ranking: 11.5%,7.3%,7.4%,14.9%,10.8%,11%)

  • [40]     34. Lan, Y-W., Chang, W-H., Lai, S-J., Chang, Y-C., Wu, C-S., Kuan, C-H., Chang, C-S., Chen, C-D., 2012, “Effects of oxygen bonding on defective semiconducting and metallic single-walled carbon nanotube bundles”, Carbon, DOI:10.1016/j.carbon.2012.05.048. (SCI) (IF: 6.337; SCI ranking: 11.6%,15.8%)

  • [41]     32. Hsien-Shun Liao, Bo-Jing Juang, Kuang-Yuh Huang, En-Te Hwu, and Chia-Seng Chang,, 2012, “Fast Spring Constant Calibration of Micro-cantilever using Astigmatic Detection System”, JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, 51, 08KB13. (SCI) (IF: 1.384; SCI ranking: 66.9%)

  • [42]     W.Y. Chan, H. S. Huang, W. B. Su, W. H. Lin, H.-T. Jeng, M. K. Wu, and C. S. Chang, 2012, “Field-Induced Expansion Deformation in Pb Islands on Cu(111): Evidence from Energy Shift of Empty Quantum-Well States”, Phys. Rev. Lett, 108, 146102. (SCI) (IF: 8.462; SCI ranking: 7.6%)

  • [43]     35. Chen, Chih-Yen; Cheng, Kai-Yuan; Chu, Yen-Chang; Chen, Lih Juann; Fang, Weileun; Chang, Chia-Seng; Chou, Li-Jen, 2012, “Liquid-Solid Process for Growing Au Nanowires on an Indium Tin Oxide Substrate as Excellent Field Emitters,”, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY, 116, 12824.

  • [44]     36. W.-C. Chang, W.-C. Lai, H.-S. Liao, S. C. Wang, M. S. Ho, K.-Y. Huang, L. J. Chen, and C. S. Chang,, 2012, “Orientation-dependent friction between a carbon nanotube and graphite”, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 101, 063109. (SCI) (IF: 3.411; SCI ranking: 19.6%)

  • [45]     46. Shin-Ming Lu, Wen-Yuan Chan, Hsing-Yi Chou, Ya-Ping Chiu, Wei-Bin Su, Pei-Hong Chu, Chi-Lun Jiang, Chia-Seng Chang, Hsi-Lien Hsiao, and Tien Tzou Tsong,, 2012, “Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy Observation of Electronic Resonances Originating from 1x1 Potential on the Dense Pb Overlayer on Si(111)”, JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, 51, 015702. (SCI) (IF: 1.384; SCI ranking: 66.9%)

  • [46]     43. Y. P. Chiu, B. C. Huang, M. C. Shih, J. Y. Shen, P. Chang, C. S. Chang, M. L. Huang, M.-H. Tsai, M. Hong, and J. Kwo, 2011, “Atomic-scale determination of band offsets at the Gd2O3/GaAs (100) hetero-interface using scanning tunneling spectroscopy”, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 99, 212101. (SCI) (IF: 3.411; SCI ranking: 19.6%)

  • [47]     44. H.-S. Liao, B.-J. Juang, W.-C. Chang, W.-C. Lai, K.-Y. Huang, and C.-S. Chang, , 2011, “Rotational positioning system adapted to atomic force microscope for measuring anisotropic surface properties”, REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS, 82, 113710. (SCI) (IF: 1.515; SCI ranking: 53.4%,59.5%)

  • [48]     42. Shin-Ming Lu, Hsu-Hsing Huang, Wei-Bin Su, Pei-Hong Chu, Chia-Seng Chang, Hsi-Lien Hsiao, and Tien Tzou Tsong,, 2010, “Disappearance of Lowest-Order Transmission Resonance in Ag Film of Critical Thickness”, JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, 50, 08LB01. (SCI) (IF: 1.384; SCI ranking: 66.9%)

  • [49]     C.C. Hsu, W.H. Lin, Y.S. Ou, W.B. Su, C.S. Chang, C.I. Wu and Tien T. Tsong, 2010, “Effects of electronic confinement and substrate on the low-temperature growth of Pb islands on Si(1 0 0)-2 × 1 surfaces, ”, SURFACE SCIENCE, 604, 1. (SCI) (IF: 2.062; SCI ranking: 47.8%,56.2%)

  • [50]     S. M. Lu, W. B. Su, C. L. Lin, W. Y. Chan, H. L. Hsiao, C. S. Chang, and Tien T. Tsong, , 2010, “Electron relaxation in empty quantum-well states of a Pb island on Cu(111) studied by Z-V spectroscopy in scanning tunneling microscopy,”, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, 108, 083707. (SCI) (IF: 2.068; SCI ranking: 39.9%)

  • [51]     Wei-Chiao Lai, Shu-Cheng Chin, Yuan-Chih Chang, Li-Ying Chen, and Chia-Seng Chang, , 2010, “Lattice-resolved frictional pattern probed by tailored carbon nanotubes, ”, NANOTECHNOLOGY, 21, 055702. (SCI) (IF: 3.44; SCI ranking: 18.9%,40.2%,21.8%)

  • [52]     W B Su, C S Chang and Tien T Tsong,, 2010, “Quantum size effect on ultra-thin metallic films, ”, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS, 43, 013001. (SCI) (IF: 2.588; SCI ranking: 29.7%)

  • [53]     Shau-Chieh Wang, Yuan-Chih Chang, Der-Hsien Lien, Tung Hsu, and Chia-Seng Chang*, 2010, “Resonance frequency shift of a carbon nanotube with a silver nanoparticle adsorbed at various positions,”, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 97, 133105. (SCI) (IF: 3.411; SCI ranking: 19.6%)

  • [54]     H. W. Chang, B. F. Wu, Y. D. Yao, W. B. Su, C. S. Chang, , 2010, “Surfaces Studied by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy”, JOURNAL OF NANOSCIENCE AND NANOTECHNOLOGY, 10, 4663. (SCI) (IF: 1.483; SCI ranking: 65.7%,74.7%,57.2%,62.9%,61.5%)

  • [55]     41. C. L. Lin, M. C. Yang, W. B. Su, S. P. Lin, S. M. Lu, H. Y. Lin, C. S. Chang, T. Y. Fu, and Tien T. Tsong, , 2010, “Work Function Oscillation of Pb Quantum Islands on Cu(111) Surface: Observation by Gundlach Oscillation”, CHINESE JOURNAL OF PHYSICS, 48, 855. (SCI) (IF: 0.514; SCI ranking: 84.8%)

  • [56]     Shu-Cheng Chin, Yuan-Chih Chang, and Chia-Seng Chang*, , 2009, “The fabrication of carbon nanotube probes utilizing ultra-high vacuum transmission electron microscopy”, Nanotechnology, 20, 285307.

  • [57]      M. C. Yang, C. L. Lin, W. B. Su, S. P. Lin, S. M. Lu, H.Y. Lin, C. S. Chang, W. K. Hsu, and Tien T. Tsong,, 2009, “ Phase Contribution of Image Potential on Empty Quantum Well States in Pb Islands on the Cu(111) Surface”, Phys. Rev. Lett., 102, 196102.

  • [58]     Jessie Shiue, Chia-Seng Chang, Sen-Hui Huang, Chih-Hao Hsu, Jin-Sheng Tsai, Wei-Hau Chang, Yi-Min Wu, Yen-Chen Lin, Pai-Chia Kuo, Yang-Shan Huang, Yeukuang Hwu, Ji-Jung Kai, Fan-Gang Tseng and Fu-Rong Chen, 2009, “Phase TEM for biological imaging utilizing a Boersch electrostatic phase plate: theory and practice”, Journal of Electron Microscopy, 58(3).

  • [59]     Shu-Cheng Chin, Yuan-Chih Chang, and Chia-Seng Chang, , 2009, “Fabrication Of Carbon Nanotube Probes Utilizing Ultra-high Vacuum Transmission Electron Microscopy, ”, NANOTECHNOLOGY, 20, 285307. (SCI) (IF: 3.44; SCI ranking: 18.9%,40.2%,21.8%)

  • [60]      M. C. Yang, C. L. Lin, W. B. Su,S. P. Lin, S. M. Lu, H.Y. Lin, C. S. Chang, W. K. Hsu, and Tien T. Tsong,, 2009, “Phase Contribution Of Image Potential On Empty Quantumwell States In Pb Islands On The Cu(111) Surface,”, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 102, 196102. (SCI) (IF: 8.462; SCI ranking: 7.6%)

  • [61]     Shu-Cheng Chin, Yuan-Chih Chang, Chen-Chih Hsu, Wei-Hsiang Lin, Chih-I Wu, Chia-Seng Chang, Tien T. Tsong, Wei-Yen Woon, Li-Te Lin and Hung-Jan Tao, 2008, “ Two-dimensional dopant profiling by electrostatic force microscopy using carbon nanotube modified cantilevers”, Nanotechnology, 19, 325703. (SCI) (IF: 3.44; SCI ranking: 18.9%,40.2%,21.8%)

  • [62]     Ya-Ping Chiu, Ching-Ming Wei, and Chia-Seng Chang, 2008, “Density functional study of surface-supported planar magic Ag nanoclusters”, Phys. Rev. B, 78, 115402. (SCI) (IF: 3.836; SCI ranking: 26.9%)

  • [63]     Yuan-Chih Chang, Yuan-Hong Liaw, Yang-Shan Huang, Tung Hsu, Chia-Seng Chang, and Tien-Tzou Tsong, 2008, “In Situ Tailoring and Manipulation of Carbon Nanotubes”, Small, 4, 2195. (SCI) (IF: 8.643; SCI ranking: 11.5%,7.3%,7.4%,14.9%,10.8%,11%)

  • [64]     Shu-Cheng Chin, Yuan-Chih Chang, Chia-Seng Chang, Wei-Yen Woon, Li-Te Lin and Hung-Jan Tao, 2008, “Nanoscale doping fluctuation resolved by electrostatic force microscopy via the effect of surface band bending”, Applied Phys. Lett, 93, 253102.

  • [65]     Wei-Shan Hu, Yu-Tai Tao, Yen-Fu Chen, and Chia-Seng Chang,, 2008, “Orientation- dependent Conductance of Pentacene Nano Crystals by Conductive Atomic Force Microscopy”, Applied Phys. Lett, 93, 053304.

  • [66]     Ko-Feng Chen, Chia-Seng Chang, Jessie Shiue, Yeukuang Hwu, Wei-Hau Chang, Ji-Jung Kai, Fu-Rong Chen,, 2008, “Study of mean absorptive potential using Lenz model: Toward quantification of phase contrast from an electrostatic phase plate”, Micron, 39, 749-756. (SCI) (IF: 1.98; SCI ranking: 30%)

  • [67]     Chia-Ching Chang, Po-Yen Lin, Yen-Fu Chen, Chia-Seng Chang, and Lou-Sing Kan, 2007, “Direct visualization of triplex DNA molecular dynamics by fluorescence resonance energy transfer and atomic force microscopy measurements”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 91,203901. (SCI) (IF: 3.411; SCI ranking: 19.6%)

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獎項及殊榮

(1) 2017 AVS Fellow
(2) 其他國際學術研究獎項 2012-12 APS Fellow
(3) 國內學術研究獎項 2010-01 中華民國物理學會會士

發現與突破

(1) 西元年:2012
研究人員(中):張嘉升
研究人員(英):CHANG, JASON CHIA-SENG
研究成果名稱(中):奈米尺度下的毛細現象
研究成果名稱(英):Critical Capillary Absorption of Current-melting Silver Nanodroplets into Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes
簡要記述(中):利用電子顯微鏡原位研究奈米尺度下的毛細現象。以修試過的不同孔徑之奈米碳管為毛細管,以熱融化之銀奈米顆粒為液滴,我們發現液滴和管徑的比例需小於一定比值,液滴才能進入碳管,而且該比值會隨碳管孔徑縮小也變小。
簡要記述(英):Capillarity, involving the absorption of a liquid by a tube, is a commonplace phenomenon in the macroscopic world. The phenomenon can be characterized by the contact angle formed between the meniscus and the tube. In this study, we would like to test if this macroscopic theory of capillarity could also be applied to the nanometer scale. We thus conducted real-time experiments on the capillary actions of liquid Ag nanodroplets into carbon nanotubes (CNTs). Our observation reveals that the capillary absorption of molten Ag droplets can occur only when the ratio of the Ag droplet’s size to the inner diameter of a multiwall carbon nanotube goes below a critical value, and this value decreases as the CNT’s inner diameter reduces. This finding is important for understanding the capillarity at the nanoscale and for applying it to the fabrication of CNT composites.
主要相關著作:
Yen-Song Chen, Yuan-Chih Chang, Shau-Chieh Wang, Li-Ying Chen, Der-Hsien Lien, Lih-Juann Chen, and Chia-Seng Chang,, 2012, “Critical Capillary Absorption of Current-melting Silver Nanodroplets into Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes”, Small, DOI: 10.1002/smll.201200393.. (SCI) (IF: 8.643; SCI ranking: 11.5%,7.3%,7.4%,14.9%,10.8%,11%)
(2) 西元年:2010
研究人員(中):張嘉升
研究人員(英):CHANG, JASON CHIA-SENG
研究成果名稱(中):利用單顆銀奈米粒子在奈米碳管不同位置所產生的震盪變化
研究成果名稱(英):Resonance frequency shift of a carbon nanotube with a silver nanoparticle adsorbed at various positions
簡要記述(中):我們成功地將單顆銀奈米粒子至於奈米碳管震盪器之上,測量其共振頻率隨銀粒子在碳管上位置的變化,發現變化曲線符合古典連續模型的預測,意即古典連續模型適用於奈米的範圍,驗證古典物理極限可下探至奈米尺度,此最新研究成果已發表於APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 97, 133105 (2010)。
簡要記述(英):We have successfully positioned a single silver nanoparticle along the length of a carbon nanotube based resonator, and investigated the resonance frequency shift subject to the particle’s position. They found that a curve derived from the classical continuum model can fit well to their experimental data, implying the applicability of the analytical formula even in the nanometer range. They also used the finite element simulation to elicit the subtle frequency difference caused by the radial angle of nanoparticle’s position in reference to the vibrating plane of the resonator. This effect was found to have an insignificant correction to their measurement. This newest discovery, “Resonance frequency shift of a carbon nanotube with a silver nanoparticle adsorbed at various positions”, has been published in APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 97, 133105 (2010).
主要相關著作:
Shau-Chieh Wang, Yuan-Chih Chang, Der-Hsien Lien, Tung Hsu, and Chia-Seng Chang*, 2010, “Resonance frequency shift of a carbon nanotube with a silver nanoparticle adsorbed at various positions,”, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 97, 133105. (SCI) (IF: 3.411; SCI ranking: 19.6%)
(3) 西元年:2008
研究人員(中):張嘉升
研究人員(英):CHANG, JASON CHIA-SENG
研究成果名稱(中):In Situ Tailoring and Manipulation of Carbon
研究成果名稱(英):In Situ Tailoring and Manipulation of Carbon
簡要記述(中):We have familiarized ourselves with manipulating and tailoring a carbon nanotube through years. Unless the dimension and structure of a multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWCNT) can be fully controlled, its full potential cannot be realized. To achieve this goal, synergy of several techniques is usually required. We thus developed a set of methods in our UHV TEM-STM system, involving the attachment of a CNT to a metallic electrode, trimming of a CNT to a desired length, a fine control of both the inner and outer diameters of a MWCNT with single-layer precision, in situ fabrication of nanoclusters on CNT with predetermined sizes, transferring a cluster between two CNTs, etc. In result, these methods create a new dimension for nanotube technology and, when combining with an existing detecting technique such as electromechanically induced tube vibrating, we have fabricated a balance with the resolution of a Ag atom mass using a tailor-made CNT.
簡要記述(英):We have familiarized ourselves with manipulating and tailoring a carbon nanotube through years. Unless the dimension and structure of a multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWCNT) can be fully controlled, its full potential cannot be realized. To achieve this goal, synergy of several techniques is usually required. We thus developed a set of methods in our UHV TEM-STM system, involving the attachment of a CNT to a metallic electrode, trimming of a CNT to a desired length, a fine control of both the inner and outer diameters of a MWCNT with single-layer precision, in situ fabrication of nanoclusters on CNT with predetermined sizes, transferring a cluster between two CNTs, etc. In result, these methods create a new dimension for nanotube technology and, when combining with an existing detecting technique such as electromechanically induced tube vibrating, we have fabricated a balance with the resolution of a Ag atom mass using a tailor-made CNT.
(4) 西元年:2008
研究人員(中):張嘉升
研究人員(英):CHANG, JASON CHIA-SENG
研究成果名稱(中):Two-dimensional dopant profiling by electrostatic force microscopy using carbon nanotube modified cantilevers
研究成果名稱(英):Two-dimensional dopant profiling by electrostatic force microscopy using carbon nanotube modified cantilevers
簡要記述(中):Another important issue concerning the current semiconductor manufacturing industry is the control of dopant concentration and distribution under the gate of a modern MOSFET device. At the nanoscale, variation of effective channel length (Leff) could lead to local bridging of the device, resulting in extremely low threshold voltage and in turn deteriorating its performance. The first challenge set forth for us is to be able to detect these buried dopants. We apply a high-quality CNT-modified cantilever into the electrostatic force microscopy (EFM) measurement and achieve a 10 nm resolution under the ambient conditions, which should interest the industry with significant impact.
簡要記述(英):Another important issue concerning the current semiconductor manufacturing industry is the control of dopant concentration and distribution under the gate of a modern MOSFET device. At the nanoscale, variation of effective channel length (Leff) could lead to local bridging of the device, resulting in extremely low threshold voltage and in turn deteriorating its performance. The first challenge set forth for us is to be able to detect these buried dopants. We apply a high-quality CNT-modified cantilever into the electrostatic force microscopy (EFM) measurement and achieve a 10 nm resolution under the ambient conditions, which should interest the industry with significant impact.
(5) 西元年:2008
研究人員(中):張嘉升
研究人員(英):CHANG, JASON CHIA-SENG
研究成果名稱(中):Study of mean absorptive potential using Lenz model: Toward quantification of phase contrast from an electrostatic phase plate
研究成果名稱(英):Study of mean absorptive potential using Lenz model: Toward quantification of phase contrast from an electrostatic phase plate
簡要記述(中):The development of the phase-plate and wet-cell for TEM in biological imaging has been funded by both the NSC and Academia Sinica. This collaborative endeavor involves specialists from our Institute and National Tsing-Hua University. So far, we have succeeded in demonstration of all our conceptual designs and main efforts are devoted in improving the robustness and durability of our devices. Several papers are in writing and filing of patents is also in preparation.
簡要記述(英):The development of the phase-plate and wet-cell for TEM in biological imaging has been funded by both the NSC and Academia Sinica. This collaborative endeavor involves specialists from our Institute and National Tsing-Hua University. So far, we have succeeded in demonstration of all our conceptual designs and main efforts are devoted in improving the robustness and durability of our devices. Several papers are in writing and filing of patents is also in preparation.
(6) 西元年:2006
研究人員(中):張嘉升
研究人員(英):CHANG, JASON CHIA-SENG
研究成果名稱(中):Magic Numbers of Atoms in Surface-Supported Planar Clusters
研究成果名稱(英):Magic Numbers of Atoms in Surface-Supported Planar Clusters
簡要記述(中):The strength of our labs lies at the capability of resolving and controlling the structure close to the atomic scale. Using the scanning tunneling microscopy (STM), existence of magic numbers in surface-supported two-dimensional Ag clusters has been discovered experimentally for the first time. Detailed calculations based on first-principles density functional theory were performed to illuminate the origin of these magic numbers. They inherently originate from the electronic shell closing effect when the cluster is small. As the Ag cluster grows to a certain size, the geometrical effect takes hold from the electronic effect as the major attribute. By combining the magical nature of size-dependent Ag cluster with the suitable Pb island substrate, planar clusters in restricted magic numbers and shapes has been fabricated in an ordered array.
簡要記述(英):The strength of our labs lies at the capability of resolving and controlling the structure close to the atomic scale. Using the scanning tunneling microscopy (STM), existence of magic numbers in surface-supported two-dimensional Ag clusters has been discovered experimentally for the first time. Detailed calculations based on first-principles density functional theory were performed to illuminate the origin of these magic numbers. They inherently originate from the electronic shell closing effect when the cluster is small. As the Ag cluster grows to a certain size, the geometrical effect takes hold from the electronic effect as the major attribute. By combining the magical nature of size-dependent Ag cluster with the suitable Pb island substrate, planar clusters in restricted magic numbers and shapes has been fabricated in an ordered array.
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