Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University
Major Research Areas: Bio-NEMS, Bio-Chip, Nano fabrication, Biomolecular Detection Technology
The bio-related research activity is one of the major focuses in world wide research institutes. However, the advancement of bio-research is limited by costly instruments and time consuming analysis. To overcome this obstacle, in our research group, the nano-electronics and micro-mechanism are integrated to be a powerful tool for this emerging research field.
More specific, a series of bio-chemical molecular sensors can be developed by utilizing nano-scale electrical devices. Based on the superior fabrication facilities and skills in Complementary Metal-Oxide- Semiconductor (CMOS) and Nano/Micro Electro-Mechanical System (N/MEMS), moreover, micro protein sensor arrays technologies and living cell monitoring systems are also envisioned to be an exciting research direction. In summary, our research is aiming at developing innovative and integrated systems for nano/bio research fields.
M.S. National Taiwan University, 1998