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Scientific Research Division > Nano Science Group

The minimization and functionization of systems are two focuses in recent technology development. By controlling its physical dimensions and interface properties, an artificial structure is possible to exhibit distinct properties different from those carried by its compositions. Since it is the electronic structure that governs the physical and chemical properties of a material, members in this group utilize synchrotron-based microscopy, photoemission spectroscopy, and x-ray absorption spectroscopy to explore the novel properties and electronic structure of multiple systems prepared under various extreme conditions (dimension, structure, surface, and pressure, for example).

English NameResearch Interests
Chia-Hao Chen*
  • Photoelectron Microscopy
  • Surface Science
  • Solid State Physics
Chia-Hsin Wang
  • Organic semiconductor thin film
  • Ambient pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy
  • CO2 hydrogenation
  • Surface science
  • Synthesis of metallic nanoparticles
Der-Hsin Wei
  • Soft X-ray microscopy
  • Low-dimension physics and surface science
  • Nano-science and nano-magnetism
Hung-Wei Shiu
  • photoelectron microscopy
  • surface science
  • solid state physics
Jih-Young Yuh
Jin-Ming Chen
  • Electronic structure of high-Tc superconductors and multiferroic materials. (single crystals, thin films and polycrystalline samples)
  • Resonant inelastic x-ray scattering and X-ray absorption spectroscopic studies of novel materials, high-Tc superconductors and multiferroic materials.
  • High pressure effect on electronic structure and crystal structure of materials.
  • State-selective photochemistry of molecular adsorbates on surfaces or molecular solids following core-level excitation
  • Electronic structure and electronic relaxation processes of gaseous molecules and solid-state analogs
  • The dynamics of photon stimulated desorption of positive ions, negative ions, excited fragments, and neutral species of condensed molecules following core-level excitations
Li-Chung Yu
  • Crystallography
  • Single molecular magnet
  • Interface and surface science
  • X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and X-ray absorption spectroscopy
Shang-Hsien Hsieh
  • TLS BL09A1 beamline manager
Sheng-Yuan Chen
Shu-Chih Haw
  • Beamline Manager
Tun-Wen Pi
  • ALD and MBE high k oxides on (In)GaAs and Ge.
Tzu-Hung Chuang
  • Surface magnetism and low-dimension physics
  • Electron spectroscopy
  • Spintronics
Yao-Jane Hsu
  • Interface and Surface Science
  • Organic Semiconductors/ Optoelectronic Thin films
  • Material Characterization on Nano- and Advance Materials
  • Synchrotron-based Electron Spectroscopy and Microscopy
Yaw-Wen Yang
  • Surface physical chemistry
  • Soft x-ray spectroscopy, surface analysis
  • Organic semiconducting, organic photovoltaic thin films
  • Photocatalysis, photochemical reduction of CO2
  • Ambient pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy
Bo-Hong Liu
  • Near ambient pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy
  • Surface science
* Group Leader