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Associate Vice President for R&D

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Wen-Bin Jian, Ph.D.

AREAS OF RESEARCH INTEREST AND EXPERIENCE:

Doctor Jian’s research interests consist of electron transport, field-effect transport, and thermoelectric transport of electrons in low-dimensional systems including zero-dimensional (0D) quantum dots, one-dimensional nanowires (1D), and two-dimensional (2D) nanosheets (2D materials). He currently focuses on 2D materials including graphene, MoS2, black phosphorous, WSe2, ReSe2, and TaS2. In addition, he is interested in biomaterials like Ni-DNA nanowires. He works with Profs. Chia-Ching Chang and Yu-Chang Chen in the bio-related research field. On the other hand, he develops many commercial products of instruments including scanning tunneling microscope, demagnetizer, electro-explored nanoparticle generator, transmission optical microscope, and many other automatic machines.

Selected Publications:

  1. Y. F. Lin,* C. H. Chang, T. C. Hung, W. B. Jian,* K. Tsukagoshi, Y. H. Wu, L. Chang, Z. Liu & J. Fang, “Nanocontact Disorder in Nanoelectronics for Modulation of Light and Gas Sensitivities”, Scientific Report 5, 13035 (2015).
  2. S. J. Zou, S. T. Wang, M. F. Wu, W. B. Jian, and S. J. Cheng,* “Exposure of the Hidden Anti-ferromagnetism in Paramagnetic CdSe:Mn Nanocrystals”, ACS Nano 9, 503 (2015).
  3. Y. F. Lin,* Y. Xu, S. T. Wang, S. L. Li, M. Yamamoto, A. Aparecido-Ferreira, W. Li, H. Sun, S. Nakaharai, W. B. Jian, K. Ueno, and K. Tsukagoshi,* “Ambipolar MoTe2 Transistors and Their Applications in Logic Circuits”, Adv. Mater. 26, 3263 (2014).
  4. H. L. Chu, S. C. Chiu, C. F. Sung, W. Tseng, Y. C. Chang, W. B. Jian,* Y. C. Chen,* C. J. Yuan, H. Y. Li, F. X. Gu, M. Di Ventra, and C. C. Chang,* “Programmable Redox State of the Nickel Ion Chain in DNA”, Nano Lett. 14, 1026 (2014)
  5. S. C. Chiu, J. S. Jhang, Y. F. Lin, S. Y. Hsu, J. Fang, and W. B. Jian,* “Nanocrystal shape and nanojunction effects on electron transport in nanocrystal-assembled bulks”, Nanoscale 5, 8555 (2013)