1 CURRICULUM VITA for CHIH-HUNG (ALEX) CHANG Rank & Appointment: Professor, 1.0FTE, 9month School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering Oregon State University Corvallis, OR (tel) (fax) EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION 1. Education Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, University of Florida, 1999 B.S. Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Academic Positions Professor, School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering, Oregon State University, present Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Oregon State University, p Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Taiwan University, Apr 2008 Sep 2008 Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Oregon State University, present Research Assistant, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Florida, Non-Academic Positions Director, Oregon Process Innovation Center for Sustainable Solar Cell Manufacturing Founder, CSD Nano LLC, 2007-present Founding Members & Chief Technology Advisor, Nanobits Inc., Research Engineer, Nan-ya plastics Co., Lieutenant, Republic of China Army, B. TEACHING, ADVISING, AND OTHER ASSIGNMENTS 1. Instructional Summary Table B-1. Summary of credit courses taught at Oregon State University Undergraduate Courses & Times Taught Graduate Courses & Times Taught ChE ChE ChE ECE ChE ChE Total 11 Total 11
2 2. Credit Courses (Reverse Chronological Listing) OSU Course Number Course Title % Cr. Term Year Enrolled Students ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & 30 3 Fall Relationship ChE 312 Chemical Engineering Winter Thermodynamics ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & Fall Relationship ECE 511 Electronic Materials Processing Fall ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & Fall Relationship ChE 537 Chemical Engineering Spring Thermodynamics I, II ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & Fall Relationship ChE 412 Mass Transfer Operations Winter ChE 537 Chemical Engineering Spring Thermodynamics I, II ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & Fall Relationship ChE 537 Chemical Engineering Winter Thermodynamics I, II ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & Fall Relationship ChE 537 Chemical Engineering Winter Thermodynamics I, II ChE 599 Catalysis and Catalytic Process Spring ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & Fall Relationship ChE 537 Chemical Engineering Spring Thermodynamics I, II ChE 537 Chemical Engineering Winter Thermodynamics I, II ChE 599 Catalysis and Catalytic Process Spring ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & Fall Relationship ChE 537 Chemical Engineering Winter Thermodynamics I, II ChE 599 Solar Cells: Devices, Materials Spring and Processes ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & Relationship Fall
3 3. Noncredit Courses and Workshops Micro-Nano Technology & Engineering Development Workshop, Microproducts Breakthrough Institute (MBI)/Oregon State University July 20 to July 24, Curriculum Development Unique Efforts in Course Development, 2000-present Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, CHE 311 I have developed lectures, problems, inclass demonstrations, and in-class exercises to illustrate the principles of chemical engineering thermodynamics to chemical process and real life examples. Graduate Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, CHE 537 I have incorporated molecular and statistical thermodynamics into this graduate level chemical engineering thermodynamics. Written and oral communications and projects were incorporated into the graduate chemical engineering thermodynamic course. Chemical Engineering Laboratory, CHE 414, 415 I have developed laboratory modules using unit processes in new chemical engineering technologies to provide more opportunities for labbased teaching. These modules are presenting to students as open-ended problems similar to a research project. The design of these laboratory modules are based on the synthesis of the research literature. I have collaborated with Profs. Koretsky, Kimura, Rochefort, and Hackleman to develop laboratory modules in the areas of microfabrication techniques (e.g. plasma etching, chemical mechanical planarization, electrodeposition, chemical vapor deposition, and spin coating) commonly used in the microelectronics industries and microreaction technology. Catalysis and Catalytic Process, ChE 541 Catalysts and catalytic reactions are critical to both chemical and energy industry. There is no course in this area provided at OSU. To fill this gap, I have developed a graduate level catalysis course ChE 599 which I have taught successfully for two times. A category II proposal has been submitted to formally established ChE 541: Catalysis and Catalytic Process in the course catalog. This course covers topics related to catalysts and catalytic reactions including catalytic reaction mechanisms and kinetics, catalyst characterizations and activity testing, catalyst preparation and manufacturing processes. I have also designed hands-on projects to enhance the student learning experience. Solar Cells: Devices, Materials and Processes I am currently developing a graduate level solar cell course that will be offered at spring This course will introduce key solar cell technologies including silicon photovoltaics, thin film photovoltaics, dye sensitized cells and more advanced cell concepts to the students. The lectures will cover devices, materials and processes associated with these PVs. Hands-on projects that offer students an opportunity to actually build and characterize solar cells will be incorporated in this course. 5. Graduate Students, Postdoctoral Trainees, Undergraduate Research Trainees GRADUATE STUDENTS Major Professor: Current Graduate Students Name & Degree Thesis Topics Date
4 Peter Kreider Dick Chiu Ph.D. Ph.D. Ultra Low Cost Thin Film Solar Cells Paul Ahrens Ph.D. Peptide-based Nanomaterials for Electronics Changqing Pan Ph.D. Cu 2 ZnSnS 4 Thin Film Solar Cells Kathy Han Ph.D. Fabrication of Nanostructured Solar Cells using Microreactor-Assisted Chemical Process Paravee Vas-Umnuay Ph.D. Solar Thermal Chemical Processes Wei Wang Ph.D. Printable Thin Film Photovoltaics Yu-Wei Su Ph.D. Process Engineering Analysis of Chemical Bath Deposition for Thin Film Photovoltaics Changho Choi Ph.D. Solution-Processed Nanostuctured Surfaces for Enhanced Two-Phase Boiling Michael Knapp M.S. Yong Jun Li M.S. Fabrication of Thin Film Metal Organic Frameworks Major Professor: Former Graduate Students Wei-Liang Yen M.S. Synthesis of Titanium Dioxide Nanorods using a Continuous flow Microreactor 2011 Seung-Yeol Han (Oregon State Univ.) Debra M. Gilbuena PhD M.S. Investigation of Solution-based Processes for Functional Metal Oxides: Printing, Nanostructures, and Applications A Multiple Solution, Laboratory-Scale Delivery System and its Applications Hyundae-Dae Jin (Texas A&M) Changho Choi Mark Hoskins (Hewlett Packards) Wei Wang (Oregon State Univ.) PhD M.S. M.S. M.S. Continuous and Rapid Synthesis of Nanoclusters and Nanocrystals using Scalable Microstructured Reactors Fabrication of nanostructured surfaces for enhanced heat transfer Ag films from liquid precursors in a closed cell Microwave Selective Self-Assembly of Biogenic Silica Assisted by Layer-by-Layer Deposition and Inkjet Printing Shu-hong Liu (Albany Molecule Ph.D. Synthesis, Characterization and Deposition of Dendrimers using a Continuous Flow Microreactor 2007
5 Research Inc ) Doo-Hyoung Lee (Samsung) Yu-Jen Chang (First Solar) Su-Yu Wei (OSU) Jiqing Hu (Microsoft) Prakash Mugdur (Littlefuse) Shu-hong Liu (Albany Molecule Inc.) Joani Kroon (Hewlett Packard) Rina Permanasari (Wafer Tech) Giang N. Ma (Micron) Curtis L. Voss (Hewlett Packard) Anna Putnam (Stanford University) Nathan Coussen (Oregon State Univ.) Yosuke Yamamoto (JSR Micro.) Ph.D. Ph.D. M.S. Ph.D. M.S. M.S. M.S. Development of Solution-based Reaction Processes for Micro-and-Nano-Structured Semiconductors Investigation of Low Temperature Solution-Based Deposition Process for Flexible Electronics Fabrication and Characterization of Ferrimagnetic Film for RF/Microwave Crosstalk Suppression Growth and Characterization of Zinc Ferrite Thin Films for High Frequency Applications Continuous Flow Microreactor for Chemical Bath Deposition: A Novel Approach to the Deposition of Polycrystalline Semiconductor Thin Films Characterizations of Silicon-Germanium Nanocomposites Fabricated by the Marine Diatom Nitzschia frustulum Production of Monodispersed Semiconductor Nanoparticles via Microreactors M.S. Electrochemical Deposition of Thin Film CuGaSe 2 for Photovoltaics M.S. XAFS Investigation of the Local Structure of Cadmium in CuInSe 2 -Based Materials M.S. Fabrication of a Cadmium Sulfide Thin Film Transistor Using Chemical Bath Deposition Major Professor: Honor College Students B.S. Inkjet Printed Lithium Iron Phosphate Thin Films 2009 B.S. B.S. Lanthanum Sulfide Thin Film Deposition via Microreactor-Assisted Nanoparticle Deposition Fabrication and Cheracterization of Metal- Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors on Polymeric Substrates by Chemical Bath Deposition Technique MENG students Aaron Williams Rachel Beckman Nahed Alshareif Joy Das, Fall 2010 Benjamin W. Zoladz, Fall 2010 Robertha Howell, Fall 1999
6 Undergraduate Researcher Tyler Roberts, 2009 Jeff Porter, 2008 Bradley Eagleson, 2006 Paul Pirogovsky, 2005 Honor Thesis Committee Members Connelly Barnes, 2006 ThermoSolver: An Integrated Educational Thermodynamics Software Program Wyatt Tenhaeff, 2003 Development of a Thermodynamics Solution Manual That Enhances Student Learning Daniel A. Braman, 2001 Acid Mine Drainage Formation and Treatment VISITING SCHOLARS Prof. Sun Yu, Department of Chemical Engineering, Tianjian University of Technology, Tianjian, China. Prof. Si Ok Ryu, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Yeungnam University, Kyongsan, Korea. Prof. Myung Yul Kim, Sunchon National University, Department of Polymer Science & Engineering, 315 Maegok, Sunchon, Jeonnam, , Korea Prof. Seok-Kyun Noh, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Yeungnam University, Kyongsan, Korea. Mr. Seung-Yeol Han, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Yeungnam University, Kyongsan, Korea. Ms. Ji Young Jung, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Yeungnam University, Kyongsan, Korea. Ms. Jin Young Lee, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Yeungnam University, Kyongsan, Korea. Ms. Won Hae Choi School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Yeungnam University, Kyongsan, Korea. Ms. Eun Jin Bae, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Yeungnam University, Kyongsan, Korea. Dr. Ki-Joong Kim Department of Chemical Engineering, Sunchon National University, Sunchon, Jeonnam, Korea 6. Team or Collaborative Teaching Efforts I have co-taught ChE 414 with professors Skip Rotchefort and Carol McConica during winter 2000 as a mentoring process for me to learn hand-on teaching.
7 I have co-taught ChE 311 with Professor Milo D. Koretsky during Fall 2000 as a mentoring process for me to learn the teaching techniques. 7. International Teaching Develop Solution-Based Processes for Flexible and Printed Electronics, 2008 Flexible Electronics Seed Teacher Training Class, National Cheng Kung University, Tainai, Taiwan Aug 4-8, Student and Participant/Client Evaluation Summary Student evaluation for courses taught from Fall 2000 Winter to Spring 2003 are based on a 4.0 scale (4.0 is highest) are reported as average values. The number of students responding to the survey was equal to or less than the number of students enrolled in the course. The student evaluation is based on the average response to Question #12 of the student Assessment of Teaching form, which states All things considered, I was favorably impressed by this instructor. Student evaluations for courses taught from Fall 2003 to present are based on a 6.0 scale (6.0 is highest). The student evaluation is based on the average response to Question #2, which states The instructor s contribution to the course was: Current Student Evaluation System, Fall 2003 to present (6.0 basis) Questio n #1 OSU Course Number Course Title ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & Relationship ChE 412 ChE 537 Mass Transfer Operations Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I, II ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & Relationship ChE 537 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I, II ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & Relationship Cr. Term Year No. Students Student Eval. Question #2 Student Eval. 3 Fall Winter Spring Fall Spring Fall ChE 311 Thermodynamics 3 Fall
8 Properties & Relationship ChE 537 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I, II ChE 599 Catalysis and Catalytic Processes ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & Relationship ChE 537 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I, II ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & Relationship ChE 537 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I, II ChE 599 Catalysis and Catalytic Processes ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & Relationship ChE 537 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I, II ChE 599 Solar Cells: Devices, Materials and Processes ChE 311 Thermodynamics Properties & Relationship ChE 537 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I, II 4 Fall Spring Fall Winter Fall Winter Spring Fall Winter Spring Fall Winter
9 Previous Student Evaluation System, Fall 1989 to Spring 2003 (4.0 basis) Question #12 (4.0 basis) OSU Course Number ChE 312 ChE 537 ECE 511 ChE 537 ChE 311 ChE Advising Course Title Cr. Term Year No. Students Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I, II Electronic Materials Processing Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I, II Thermodynamics Properties & Relationship Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I, II Student Eval. 3 Winter Spring Fall /OSU 4.0/OCATE 4 Spring Fall Spring From 2002 to present, I serve as the academic advisor for a mix of undergraduate chemical engineering students of freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior standing. Individual advising and counseling sessions focus on discussion of class schedule for the following term, charting student progress toward satisfaction of degree requirements, and career/personal counseling. Term Year Task #Clients Time per Client F, W, S Individual min Advising F, W, S Individual min Advising F, W, S Individual min Advising F, W, S Individual min Advising F, W, S Individual Advising min
10 F, W, S Individual Advising F, W Individual Advising F, W, S Individual Advising F, W, S Individual Advising min min min min 11. Other Assignments None C. SCHOLARSHIP AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY Summary of Scholarship and Research Scholarship Summary Research Summary Referred Publications 66 Graduate Research (62 in print, 1 in press, 3 submitted) Graduate students trained M.S. degrees 15 Non-Referred Publications 28 (13 awarded 2 current) (5 invited contributions) Ph.D. degrees 15 (6 awarded 9 current ) Conference Presentations 125 Honor BS 3 (31 invited presentations) (3 awarded) Technical Book 1 Grants (manuscript in preparation) External Competitive Grant: 37 Inventions and Patents 26 Industrial Grant: 8 OSU Internal Competitive: 5 (3 issued patents, 7 pending patents, 19 invention disclosures) Total awards, $ 11 million 1. PUBLICATIONS a. Journal Publications PUBLICATIONS a. Journal Publications 1. Debra K. Gale, Clayton Jeffryes, Timothy Gutu, Jun Jiao, Chih-hung Chang, Gregory L. Rorrer, Thermal annealing activates amplified photoluminescence of germanium metabolically doped in diatom biosilica, Journal of Materials Chemistry accepted (2011).
11 2. Sudhir Ramprasad, Daniel Palo, Yu-Wei Su, Chih-hung Chang, Brian K Paul, Cadmium Sulfide Thin Film Deposition: A Parametric Study using Microreactor-Assisted Chemical Solution Deposition Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells submitted (2011). 3. Wei Wang, Yu-Wei Su, Chih-hung Chang, Inkjet Printed Chalcopyrite CuIn x Ga 1-x Se 2 Thin Film Solar Cells, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells accepted (2011). 4. Seung-Yeol Han, Gregory S. Herman and Chih-hung Chang, Low-Temperature, High- Performance, Solution-Processed Indium Oxide Thin Film Transistors, dx.doi.org/ /ja104864j, Journal of American Chemical Society (2011). 5. Seung-Yeol Han, Gregory S. Herman and Chih-hung Chang, Low-Temperature, High- Performance, Solution-Processed Indium Oxide based Thin Film Transistors, ECS transactions, 33(5), (2010). 6. Hyung Dae Jin, Anna Garrison, Chih Heng T. Tseng, Brian K. Paul, and Chih-hung Chang, High-rate Synthesis of Phosphine-stabilized Undecagold Nanoclusters using a Multilayered Micromixer, Nanotechnology 21 (2010) S-Y. Han, D.-H. Lee, S.-O. Ryu, and C.-H. Chang, ZnS Thin Films Deposited by a Spin Successive Ionic Layer Adsorption and Reaction (Spin SILAR) Process, Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters 13 (8) D61-D64 (2010). 8. M.S. Park, S-Y. Han, E.J. Bae, T.J. Lee, C.H. Chang, S.O. Ryu, Synthesis and characterization of polycrystalline CuInS 2 thin films for solar cell devices at low temperature processing conditions, Current Applied Physics Volume: 10 Issue: 3 Pages: S379-S382 May (2010). 9. Chae Rin Kim, Seung Yeol Han, Chih Hung Chang, Tae Jin Lee, Si Ok Ryu, A Study on Copper Selenide Thin Films for Photovoltaics by a Continuous Flow Microreactor, Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals, 532, (2010). 10. Chae Rin Kim, Seung Yeol Han, Chih Hung Chang, Tae Jin Lee, Si Ok Ryu, Synthesis and Characterization of CuInSe 2 Thin Films for Photovoltaic Cells by a Solution-based Deposition Method, Current Applied Physics Volume 10 Issue: 3 Pages: S383-S386 MAY (2010). 11. Terry J. Hendricks, Shankar Krishnan, Changho Choi, Chih-hung Chang, Brian K. Paul, Enhancement of Pool Boiling Heat Transfer using Nanostructured Surfaces on Aluminum and Copper, International J. Heat and Mass Transfer. Volume: 53 Issue: Pages: Published: JUL (2010). 12. Seung-Yeol Han, Doo-Hyoung Lee, Gregory S. Herman and Chih-hung Chang, Inkjet Printed High Mobility Transparent Oxide Semiconductors Invited Submission Journal of Display Technology Special Issue Transparent Electronics, Volume: 5 Issue: 12 Pages: DooHyoung Lee, Seung-Yeol Han, Gregory S. Herman, Chih-hung Chang, Inkjet printed high-mobility indium zinc tin oxide thin film transistors, J. Mater. Chemistry, 2009, 19, Timothy Gutu, Debra K. Gale, Clayton Jeffryes, Wei Wang, Chih-hung Chang, Gergory Rorrer, Jun Jiao, Electron Microscopy and Optical Characterization of Cadmium Sulfide Nanocrystals Deposited on the Patterned Surface of Diatom Biosillaca, Journal of Nanomaterials Volume 2009, Article ID , doi: /2009/
12 15. Wei Wang, Clayton Jeffryes, Debra Gale, Gregory L. Rorrer, Timothy Gutu, Jun Jiao, and Chih-hung Chang, Selective Self-Assembly of Biogenic Silica assisted by Layer-by- Layer Deposition and Inkjet Printing, Journal of the American Chemical Society Rapid Communication 2009, 131 (12), Yu-Jen Chang, Yu-Wei Su, Doo-Hyoung Lee, Si-Ok Ryu, and Chih-hung Chang, Investigate the Reacting Flux of Chemical Bath Deposition by a Continuous Flow Microreactor, Electrochem. Solid-State Lett. 12 (7), H244-H Debra K. Gale, Timothy Gutu, Jun Jiao, Chih-hung Chang, Gregory L. Rorrer, Photoluminescence Detection of Biomolecules by Antibody-functionalized Diatom Biosilica, Adv. Funct. Mater. 19 (6), , Doo-hyoung Lee, Wei Wang, Timothy Gutu, Clayton Jeffryes, Gregory L. Rorrer, Jun Jiao and Chih-hung Chang, Biogenic silica based Zn 2 SiO 4 :Mn 2+ and Y 2 SiO 5 :Eu 3+ phosphor layers patterned by inkjet printing process, J. Mater. Chemistry, 18(31), , Tian Qin, Timothy Gutu, Jun Jiao, Chih-hung Chang, and Gregory L. Rorrer Biological Fabrication of Photoluminescent Nanocomb Structures by Metabolic Incorporation of Germanium into the Biosilica of the Diatom Nitzschia frustulum, ACS Nano 2(6), No-Kuk Park, You Jin Lee, Gi Bo Han, Si Ok Ryu, Tae Jin Lee, Chih Hung Chang, Gui Young Han, Synthesis of Various Zinc Oxide Nanostructures with Zinc Acetate and Activated Carbon by a Matrix-Assisted Method, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects , 66-71, You Jin Lee, No-Kuk Park, Gi Bo Han, Si Ok Ryu, Tae Jin Lee, Chih Hung Chang, The Preparation and Desulfurization of Nano-Size ZnO by a Matrix-Assisted Method for the Removal of Low Concentration of Sulfur Compounds, Current Applied Physics, 8 Issue: 6 Pages: Published: OCT Doo Hyoung Lee, Ji Young Jung, Eun Jin Bae, Chih Hung Chang, Tae Jin Lee, Si Ok Ryu, Highly uniform ZnS thin-films through the continuous flow reaction process, Journal of the Korean Physical Society, 53(1), , J. Hu, Y-W. Su, D.-H. Lee, R.K. Settaluri, and C.-H. Chang, Wetting Properties of Nanostructured Zn x Fe y O4 Thin Films Deposited by a Soft Solution Process Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters, 11(6), K64-K68, C.-H. Chang, B.K. Paul, V.T Remcho, S. Atre, J. E. Hutchinson, Synthesis and Post- Processing of Nanomaterials using Microreaction Technology, J. Nanoparticle Research 10(6), , (Invited review paper Focus on Nanomanufacturing). 25. C. Jeffryes, R. Solanski, Y. Rangineni, W. Wang, C.-H. Chang, G.L. Rorrer, Electroluminescence from a Two-Dimensional Photonic Crystal Slab Fabricated through Diatom Cell Culture, Advanced Materials, 20(13) Tian Qin, Timothy Gutu, Jun Jiao, Chih-hung Chang, and Gregory L. Rorrer, Photoluminescence of Nanostructured Silica from Two-Stage Bioreactor Cultivation of the Diatom Nitzschia frustulum, J. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 8, 1-7, Ji Young Jung, No-Kuk Park, Tae Jin Lee, Si Ok Ryu, Chih-Hung Chang, The growth of the flower-like ZnO structure using a continuous flow microreactor, Current Applied Physics, 8, , 2008.
13 28. D.-H. Lee, Y.-J. Chang, W. Stickle, C.-H. Chang, Functional porous tin oxide thin films fabricated by inkjet printing Electrochem. Solid-State Lett., Volume 10, Issue 11, pp. K51- K P.-H. Mugdur, Y.-J. Chang, S.-Y. Han, A.A. Morrone, S.-O. Ryu, T.J. Lee, C.-H. Chang, A Comparison of Chemical Bath Deposition of CdS from a Batch Reactor and a Continuous Flow Microreactor, J. Electrochem. Soc. 154(9), pp. D482-D D.-H. Lee, T. Gutu, J. Jiao, C. Jeffryes, T. Qin, C.-H. Chang, G.L. Rorrer, Nanofabrication of Green Luminescent Zn 2 SiO 4 :Mn using Biogenic Silica, Electrochemical and Solid State Letters, 10, K13-K16, S.-H. Liu, C.-H. Chang, B.K. Paul, V.T. Remcho, Convergent Synthesis of Polyamido Dendrimer Using a Continuous Flow Microreactor, Chem. Eng. J. 135S:S333-S337, S.-H. Liu, C.-H. Chang, High Rate Convergent Synthesis and Deposition of Polyamide Dendrimers, Chemical Engineering and Technology, 30(3), , Y.-J. Chang, D.-H. Lee, G.S. Herman, and C.-H. Chang, High-performance spin-coated zinc tin oxide thin-film transistors, Electrochemical and Solid State Letters, 10(5) H135-H138, D.-H. Lee, Y.-J. Chang, G. S. Herman, and C.-H. Chang, A General Route to Printable High-Mobility Transparent Amorphous Oxide Semiconductors, Advanced Materials 19, , S.-Y. Han, Y-J. Chang, D.-H. Lee, S.-O. Ryu, T.J. Lee, and C-H. Chang, Chemical Nanoparticle Deposition of Transparent ZnO Thin Films, Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters, 10(1) K1-K5, N.-K. Park, B. C. Kwon, G. B. Han, S. O. Ryu,T. J. Lee, C. H. Chang, Optimization of Operating Conditions for the Catalytic Reduction of SO2 Produced from Regeneration Process in Hot Gas Desulphurization, Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 84 (B6) , T. Gutu, J. Jiao, C. Jeffryes, T. Qin, C.-H. Chang, G.L. Rorrer, Biosynthesis and Electron Microscopy Characterization of Diatom Nanocomposites, Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. Vol. 901E, N.-K. Park, G.B. Han, J...D. Lee, S-O Ryu, T.-J. Lee, W.-C. Chang, C.-H. Chang, The Growth of ZnO Nano-wire by a Thermal Evaporation Method with very Small Amount of Oxygen, Current Applied Physics 6S1 e176-e181, J. Hu, A. Sligar, C.-H. Chang, S.-L. Lu, R. K. Settaluri, A Grounded Coplanar Waveguide Technique for Microwave Measurement of Complex Permittivity and Permeability, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 42(7), , Y.-J. Chang, P.-H. Mugdur, S.-Y. Han, A.A. Morrone, S.-O. Ryu, T.J. Lee, C.-H. Chang, Nanocrystalline CdS MISFETs Fabricated by a Novel Continuous Flow Microreactor, Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters, 9(5) G174-G177, S.-Y. Han, D.-H. Lee, Y-J. Chang, S.-O. Ryu, T.J. Lee, and C-H. Chang, The Growth Mechanism of Nickel Oxide Thin Films by Room-Temperature Chemical Bath Deposition, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 153(6), C382-C386, 2006.
14 42. N.-K. Park, D.-H. Lee, J. H. Jun, J. D. Lee, S.-O. Ryu, T.J. Lee, J.-C. Kim, C.-H. Chang, Two-stage Desulfurization Process for Hot Gas Ultra Cleanup in IGCC, Fuel, 85, , N.K. Park, J. H. Jun, J. D. Lee, T. J. Lee, S.O. Ryu, C.-H. Chang, The Preparation of a High Surface Area Metal Oxide Prepared by a Matrix-assisted Method for Hot Gas Desulphurization, Fuel, 84/17, , Y.-J. Chang, C.L. Munsee, G.S. Herman, J.F. Wager, P. Mugdur, D.-H. Lee, C.-H. Chang, Growth, Characterization, and Application of CdS Thin Films Deposited by Chemical Bath Deposition, Surface and Interface Analysis, 37, , G. L. Rorrer, C.-H. Chang, S.-H. Liu, C. Jeffryes, J. Jiao, J. A. Hedberg, Biosynthesis of Silicon-Germanium Nanocomposites by Marine Daitoms, J. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 5, 41-49, C. Voss, S. Subramanian, C.-H. Chang, Cadmium Sulfide Thin Film Transistors Fabricated by Low Temperature Chemical Bath Deposition, J. Appl. Phys., 96(10), , C. Voss, Y-J. Chang, S. Subramanian, S.O. Ryu, T.-J. Lee, C.-H. Chang, Growth Kinetics of Thin Film Cadmium Sulfide by Ammonia-Thiourea Based Chemical Bath Deposition, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 151(10), C655-C660, S.O. Ryu, N.-K. Park, C.-H. Chang, J.-C. Kim, T.-J. Lee, A Multi-Cyclic Study on Improved Zn/Ti-based Desulfurization Sorbents in Mid-Temperature Conditions, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 43, , C.-H. Chang, S.H. Wei, S.B. Zhang, J.W. Johnson, N. Leyarovska, G. Bunker, T.J. Anderson, Local Structure of CuIn 3 Se 5 : X-ray Absorption Fine Structures Study and First Principles Calculation, Physical Review B. 68, , C.-H. Chang, M.D. Koretsky S. Kimura, S. Rochefort, C. Shaner, Lab-based Unit Operations in Microelectronics Processing, Chemical Engineering Education, 37(3), 188, M. Ider, C.-H. Chang, B.J. Stanbery, W. Zhuang, Lei L. Kerr, and T.J. Anderson, CuSe defect structure by Coulometric Titration and EMF measurements on Cu-In-Se system, Proc. 29th IEEE PV Specialists Conf., New Orleans, , B.J. Stanbery, S. Kim, S. Kincal, C.-H. Chang, G. Lippold, S.P. Ahrenkiel, H. Neumann, T.J. Anderson, O. Crisalle, Epitaxial Growth and Characterization of CuInSe 2 Crystallographic Polytypes, J. Appl. Phys., Vol. 91, no. 6, pp , C.H. Huang, Sheng S. Li, W.N. Shafarman, E.S. Lambers, L. Rieth, C.-H. Chang, J.W. Johnson, S. Kim, B.J. Stanbery, T.J. Anderson, and P.H. Holloway, Study of Cd-free buffer layers using In x (OH,S) y on CIGS solar cells, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, Vol. 69, no. 2, pp , C.-H. Chang, J.W. Johnson, B.J. Stanbery, T.J. Anderson, S.H. Wei, R.N. Bhattacharya, G. Bunker, R. Duran, Long and Short Range Ordering of CuInSe 2, Jpn. J. App. Phys. 39 Suppl , b. Referred Conference Proceedings 1. Terry J. Hendricks, Shankar Krishnan, Changho Choi, Chih-hung Chang, Brian K. Paul, Enhancement of Pool Boiling Heat Transfer using Nanostructured Surfaces on Aluminum
15 and Coppre, Proceedings of the ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition IMECE 2009, Nov 13-19, 2009, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA. 2. S.-H. Liu, C. Jeffryes, G. L. Rorrer, C.-H. Chang, J. Jiao, and T. Gutu: Blue Luminescencent Biogenic Silicon-Germanium Oxide Nanocomposite, in Biological and Bio- Inspired Materials and Devices, edited by K.H. Sandhage, S. Yang, T. Douglas, A.R. Parker, and E. DiMasi (Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 873E, Warrendale, PA, 2005), K K C.-H. Chang, Su-Huai Wei, S. P. Ahrenkiel, J. W. Johnson, B.J. Stanbery, T.J. Anderson, S.B Zhang, M.M. Al-Jassim, G. Bunker, E.A. Payzant, and R. Duran, Structure Investigations of Several In-rich (Cu 2 Se) x (In 2 Se 3 ) 1-x Compositions: From Local Structure to Long Range Order, H.4.3. MRS Symposium Proceeding II-VI Compound Semiconductor Photovoltaic Material, M.D. Koretsky, C.-H. Chang, M.D. Koretsky S. Kimura, S. Rochefort, C. Shaner, Integration of Microelectronics-based Unit Operations into the ChE Curriculum, Proceedings of the 2003 American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, B.J. Stanbery, C.-H. Chang, S. Kim, S. Kincal, G. Lippold, S.P. Ahrenkiel, L. Li, T.J. Anderson, M.M. Al-Jassim, Epitaxial Growth of CuAu-Ordered CuInSe 2 Structural Polytypes by Migration Enhanced Epitaxy, in Self-Organized Processes in Semiconductor Alloys, ed. A. Mascarenhas, D. Folstaedt, B. Joyce, and T. Suzuki, MRS Symposium Proceedinds 583, p , C.-H. Chang, A. Morrone, B.J. Stanbery, C. McCreary, M. Huang, C.-H. Huang, S.S. Li, and T.J. Anderson, Growth and Characterization of CdS Buffer Layers by CBD and MOCVD, AIP Conference Proceeding 462, p , B.J. Stanbery, C.H. Huang, C.-H. Chang, S.S. Li, and T.J. Anderson, Characterization and Processing of CuInSe 2 Solar Cells, Proc. Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conversion, 1, , C.-H. Chang, B.J. Stanbery, A. Morrone, A. Davydov, T.J. Anderson, Novel Multilayer Process for CuInSe 2 Thin Films Formation by Rapid Thermal Processing, in Thin-film Structures for Photovoltaics MRS Symposium Proceedings, Vol. 485, p , B. Stanbery, C.-H. Chang, T.J. Anderson, Engineered Phase Inhomogeneity for CIS Device Optimization, Inst. Phys. Conf. Ser. No 152, p , ICTMC-11, B. Stanbery, C.-H. Chang, A. Davydov, T.J. Anderson, Reaction Engineering and Precursor Film Deposition for CIS Synthesis, AIP Conference Proceedings 394, p , S.S. Li, B. Stanbery, C.H Huang, C.-H. Chang, Y.S. Chang and T.J. Anderson, Effects of Buffer Layer Processing on CIGS Excess Carrier Lifetime: Application of Dual-beam Optical Modulation to Process Analysis, 25th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialist Conference, Washington, DC, p , C.-H. Chang, A. Davydov, B. Stanbery and T.J. Anderson, Thermodynamic Assessment of the Cu-In-Se System and Application to Thin Film Photovoltaics, 25th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialist Conference, Washington, DC, p , 1996.
16 c. Non-Refereed Conference Publications 1. Seung-Yeol Han, Gregory S. Herman, and Chih-hung Chang, Low-Temperature, High Performance, Solution-Processed Indium Oxide Thin Film Transistors, Proceedings of International Display Manufacturing Conference 2011, Invited Paper. 2. S.-Y. Han, D.-H. Lee, G.S. Herman, C.-H. Chang, Oxide Thin-Film Transistors Fabricated by Inkjet Printed Channel Layers, The Proceedings of AM-FPD 09, Invited Paper. 3. Seung-Yeol Han, Yu-Jen Chang, Doo-Hyoung Lee1, Si-Ok Ryu, Gregory S. Herman, and Chih-hung Chang, Develop Low Temperature Solution-based Process for Oxide-based TFTs, Proceedings of International Display Manufacturing Conference 2009, Invited Paper. 4. D.-H. Lee, S.-Y. Han, D.M. Gilbuena, S.-O. Ryu, G.-S. Herman and C.-H. Chang, Develop Printable Solution Processes for Inorganic Semiconductors. Proceedings of 2008 Crystal Valley Conference, Invited Paper 5. Tagore, R., B.K. Paul, J.T. Rundel, V.T. Remcho, H. Jin, C.-H. Chang, L. McKenzie and J. Hutchison, "Fabrication of Microchemical Nanofactory for Scaling Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles," Sixth Int'l Workshop on Microfactories, Evanston, IL, Oct 2008: D.-H. Lee, Y.-J. Chang, S.-Y. Han, G. S. Herman, C.-H. Chang, Develop Printable Solution Processes for Oxide Semiconductors, 2008 Taiwan Display Conference Invited Paper 7. T. Gutu, J. Jiao, C. Jeffryes, C.-H. Chang, G.L. Rorrer, Electron Microscopy Analysis of CdS Coated Diatom Cell Walls. Microscopy and Microanalysis, 14 Suppl 2, (2008). 8. Gregory L. Rorrer, Clayton Jeffryes, Chih-hung Chang, Doo-Hyoung Lee, Raj Solanki,,Timothy Gutu, Jun Jiao, Biological fabrication of nanostructured silicon-germanium photonic crystals possessing unique photoluminescent and electroluminescent properties, Proc. SPIE, Vol. 6645, 66450A (2007); DOI: / T. Gutu, J.F Wu, C. Jeffryes, C. Chang, G.L. Rorrer, and J. Jiao, Dual Beam Focused Ion Beam and Transmission Electron Microscopies of Nanoscale Sectioned Diatom Frustules, Proceedings of Microscopy and Microanalysis 2007, Vol. 13, Supplement 2, (2007). 10. D.H. Lee, Y.-J. Chang, G.S. Herman, C.-H. Chang, A General and Low-cost Route to Printable High-Mobility Inorganic Thin Film Transistors, Conference Proceedings Digital Fabrication II, Invited Paper 11. T. Gutu, D.-H. Lee, C. Jeffryes, G.L. Rorrer, C.-H. Chang, and J. Jiao, Electron Microscopy Study of Zinc Silicate Coated Diatom Frustules, Microscopy and Microanalysis (2006), 12: Paul, B.K., B. Abhinkar, T. Tseng, S.-H. Liu, C.-H. Chang, J.T. Rundel, V. T. Remcho, A. Doneanu and Y. Tennico, A Microchemical Nanofactory for the Production of Dendritic Polymers, Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Orlando, FL, May 20-24, S.-H. Liu, C.-H. Chang, B.K. Paul, V.T. Remcho, B. Abhinkar, Synthesis of Dendrimers using Continuous Flow Microreactors, session 62 Polymerization in Micro-Reactors, Conference Proceeding of AIChE Spring National Meeting, Orlando FL, April T. J. Lee, N.-K. Park, M. K. Kim, G. B. Han, J. D. Lee, S.O. Ryu, C.-H. Chang, The Catalytic Reduction of SO 2 Produced from Regeneration Process for Hot Gas Desulfurization, the 22th Annual International Pittsburgh Coal Conference, 24-32, S
17 15. S.O. Ryu, G. B. Han, N.-K. Park, J. D. Lee, T. J. Lee, C.-H. Chang, Reduction of SO 2 using Coal Gas over SnO 2 -ZrO 2 Catalysts for DSRP in IGCC System, the 22th Annual International Pittsburgh Coal Conference, 25-34, PS N. K. Park, G. B. Han, J. D. Lee, S. O. Ryu, T. J. Lee, C.-H. Chang, The growth of ZnO nano-wire by a thermal evaporation method with a very small amount of oxygen, 3rd International Nanotech Symposium & Exhibition in Korea, proceeding T. Gutu, L. Dong, J. Jiao, G. L. Rorrer, C.-H. Chang, C. Jeffryes., and Q Tian, Characterization of Silicon-Germanium Oxide Nanocomposites Fabricated by the Marine Diatom Nitzschia Frustulum, Microscopy and Microanalysis (2005), 11: C.-H. Chang, Y.-J. Chang, P. H. Mudgar, S.-Y. Han, D. H. Lee, S. O. Ryu, T. J. Lee, Process Engineering of Low Temperature Chemical Bath Deposition Technique for Flexible Electronics, Theories and Applications of Chemical Engineering, Proceedings of KIChE Meetings,11(1),789, A. Sligar, R.K. Settaluri, C.-H. Chang, Novel Crosstalk Suppression Schemes Employing Magnetic Thin Films, Adv. Micro., VOL. 32 (2), March/April P.H. Mugdur, A.A. Morrone, S.-Y. Han, Y.-J. Chang, S.O. Ryu, T.J. Lee, C.-H. Chang, Micro-& nano-characterizations of Nanocrystalline CdS Thin Films from a Continuous Impinging Flow Microreactor, Microsc Microanal 11(Suppl 2), p , T. Gutu, L. Dong, J. Jiao, G.L. Rorrer, C.-H. Chang, C. Jeffryes, Q. Tian, Characterization of Silicon-Germanium Oxide Nanocomposites Fabricated by the Marine Diatom Nitzschia Frustulum, Microsc Microanal 11(Suppl 2), p , C.-H. Chang, S-H. Liu, Y. Tennico; J.T. Reudel; V.T. Remcho; E. Blackwell; T. Tseng; B.K. Paul, Progress Towards High Throughput Dendrimer Synthesis, Conference Proceeding of IMRET 8 8th International Conference on Microreaction Technology, Si-Ok Ryu, T. J. Lee, C.-H. Chang, J. C. Kim, N. K. Park, J. D. Lee, J. H. Jun, D. H. Lee, K. D. Choi, Two-Stage Desulfurization Process for Hot Gas Ultra Cleanup in IGCC, the 21st Annual International Pittsburgh Coal Conference, S , C.-H. Chang, Y.-J. Chang, D.-H. Lee, S. O. Ryu, T-J. Lee, Characterization and Application of Semiconductor Thin Films Deposited by Chemical Bath, Microscopy and Microanalysis, Vol. 10, Suppl 2, , M. D. Koretsky, C.-H. Chang, S. Kimura, S. Rochefort, and D. Hackleman, Getting Students to Approach Microelectronics Processing as a Chemical Engineer, Proceedings of the 2003 AIChE annual meeting, San Francisco CA, November G. L. Rorrer, C.-H. Chang, S-H. Liu, C. Jeffryes, J. Jiao, J. A. Hedberg, Biosynthesis of Silicon-Germanium Nanocomposites by Marine Daitoms, Proceedings of 2003 AIChE annual meeting, San Francisco CA, November N.-K. Park, J.-D. Lee, S.-O. Ryu, T.-J. Lee, J.-C. Kim, C.-H. Chang, A Study on Deactivation of Zinc-based Sorbents for Hot Gas Desulfurization, the 20th Annual International Pittsburgh Coal Conference, 29-34, 32, C. Voss, Y-J. Chang, S. Subramanian, C.-H. Chang, Growth Kinetics of Thin Film Cadmium Sulfide by Ammonia-Thiourea based Chemical Bath Deposition, accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the 203rd meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Symposium H. Chemical Solution Deposition of Semiconducting and Non-Metallic Films, Paris, April 2003.
18 29. C.-H. Chang, S.-H. Wei, N. Leyarovska, J.W. Johnson, S.B. Zhang, B.J. Stanbery, T.J. Anderson, R. Duran, and G. Bunker, Proceedings of 2000 NCPV program review meeting, edited by K. Ramanathan, p.293. NTIS, Springfield, Refereed Publications Year 2. Book Printed Oxide Semiconductors: Advances and Applications Chih-hung Chang, Gregory S. Herman, Seung-Yeol Han Pan Stanford Publishing Schedule to Deliver to Publisher by December Invited and Peer-Selected Presentations a. Invited Presentations 1. Chih-hung Chang, Seung-Yeol Han, Gregory S. Herman Low-Temperature, High Performance, Solution-Processed Indium Oxide Thin Film Transistors, International Display Manufacturing Conference 2011, Taipei Taiwan, April 19, 2011.
19 2. C.-H. Chang, Develop Scalable Nanomanufacturing for Photovoltaics using Microreactor- Assisted Nanomaterial Deposition TM Processes, 8 th US Air Force Taiwan Nanoscience Workshop, April, 2011 Seattle WA USA. 3. C.-H. Chang, Microreactor-Assisted Nanomaterial Production and Deposition, January , DOE NETL Albany. 4. C.-H. Chang, Develop Scalable Nanomanufacturing for Photovoltaics using Microreactor- Assisted Nanomaterial Deposition TM Processes Advancements in Nanotechnology Workshop, January 12-13, 2011 EPRI Charlotte. 5. C.-H. Chang, Deposition of Nanoscale Thin Films by Microreactor-Assisted Chemical Solution Deposition, High Performance Solution-Processed Materials for Electronic/Optoelectronic Device Applications, PacificChem 2010, December 2010, Honolulu, Hawaii. 6. C.-H. Chang, Synthesis and post-processing of nanomaterials using microreaction technology, The 10th Emerging Information & Technology Conference, James H. Clark Center, Stanford University, Stanford, California, U.S.A. August 14-15, Changho Choi, Shankar Krishnan, SeungYeol Han, Terry J. Hendricks and Chih-hung Chang,Enhanced boiling heat transfer using solution-processed ZnO nanostructured surface on aluminum, 7 th US Air Force Taiwan Nanoscience Workshop, Taiwan. 8. C.-H. Chang, Develop Solution-based Processes of Inorganic Semiconductors for Electronics and Energy Applications, Department of Paper and Chemical Engineering Miami University of Ohio October C.-H. Chang, Chemical Solution Deposition: A Low Cost Process for Photovoltaics Solar Materials Symposium, Micro Nano Breakthrough Conference September C.-H. Chang, Microreactor-Assisted Nano Deposition Process, The 9 th Emerging Information & Technology Conference Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, August C.-H. Chang, Oxide Thin-Film Transistors Fabricated by Inkjet Printed Channel Layers, The Sixteenth International Workshop on Active-Matrix Flat Panel Displays and Devices TFT Technologies and FPD Materials July 1-3, 2009, Nara Centennial Hall, Nara Japan. 12. Brian K. Paul, C.-H. Chang, Microreactor-Assisted Nanomaterial Synthesis and Deposition (MAND), March EMSL conference room, PNNL 13. C.-H. Chang, Develop Solution-based Processes for Flexible and Printing Electronics, Sharp Laboratories of America, June 2009 Camas WA 14. C.-H. Chang, Develop Solution-based Processes for Flexible and Printing Electronics, Solid-State Seminar, Department of Physics, Oregon State University Spring C.-H. Chang, Develop Low Temperature Solution-based Process for Oxide-based TFTs International Display Manufacturing Conference 2009, Taipei, Taiwan. 16. C.-H. Chang, Microreactor Assisted Nano Deposition Process, 6th Taiwan/U.S. Air Force Nanoscience Workshop, San Francisco CA, April C.-H. Chang "Develop Printable Solution Processes for Inorganic Semiconductors" Symposium F Low-Cost Solution-Based Deposition of Inorganic Films for Electronic/Photonic Devices, Boston, MRS Fall 2008.
20 18. C.-H. Chang Develop Printable Solution Processes for Inorganic Semiconductors. Proceedings of 2008 Crystal Valley Conference, Nov , Sun Moon University, Asan- City, Korea. 19. C.-H. Chang, Develop Solution-based Processes for Flexible and Printing Electronics. September 2008, Department of Electrical Engineering, Kun Shan University, Tainan Hsien, Taiwan. 20. C.-H. Chang, Develop Solution-based Processes for Flexible Electronics Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Taiwan University, September C.-H. Chang, Develop Solution-based Processes for Flexible Electronics, Department of Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, August C.-H. Chang, Develop Solution-Based Processes for Flexible and Printed Electronics, 2008 Flexible Electronics Seed Teacher Training Class, Aug 4-8, C.-H. Chang, Investigation of Chemical Bath Deposition by a Continuous Flow Microreactor, The 8 th Emerging Information and Technology Conference, Jun 26-27, C.-H. Chang, D.-H. Lee, Y.-J. Chang, S.-Y. Han, G. S. Herman, Develop Printable Solution Processes for Oxide Semiconductors, 2008 Taiwan Display Conference Taipei Taiwan C.-H. Chang, Develop Solution-based Processes for Flexible and Printed Electronics NWRC 2007, Portland, Oregon C.-H. Chang, G.S. Herman, Inkjet Printed Materials and Devices Symposium N Printing Methods for Electronics, Photonics, and Biomaterials, MRS 2007 Spring Meeting, San Francisco, April C.-H. Chang, Synthesis and Deposition of Nanomaterials Using a Continuous Flow Microreactor, 2007 Taiwan-US Soft Materials Symposium, Jan C.-H. Chang, D-H. Lee, Y.-J. Chang, G.S. Herman, A General and Low-Cost Route to Printable High-Mobility Inorganic Thin Film Transistors, Digital Fabrication September C.-H. Chang, Fabrication of Luminescent Materials using Biogenic Nanostructured Semiconductor Metal Oxides from Marine Diatoms, NSF/ANR/NASA, France- U.S. Woskshop on Nanobiotechnology, Washington DC, March 2, C.-H. Chang, Develop Solution-based Process for Flexible and Printing Electronics, Yeungnam University, Korea, March 29, C.-H. Chang, Develop Solution-based Process for Flexible and Printing Electronic Advanced Lecture series, Hewlett Packard, March 14, C.-H. Chang, Thin Film Electronic Materials via Soft Solution Processes The 5 th International Symposium on Clean Technology, Yeungnam University, Kyongsan, Korea, April 25, C.-H. Chang, Process Engineering of Low Temperature Chemical Bath Deposition Technique for Flexible Electronics International Symposium on Display Materials and Devices, Yosu, Korea, April 22, 2005.
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