Taipei Tech 國立臺北科技大學

Electric-Optic Engineering


III-V Group Materials & Devices Lab

  Speaker : Lung-Chien Chen

Location :  Everlight Building, Room 1131

Tel : +886-2-2771-2171 Ext 4679




Lung-Chien Chen Professor in electro-optical engineering
Dr. Lung-Chien Chen received the B.S. degree in the electrical engineering from National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taipei, Taiwan, in 1991. He received his Ph. D degree in the electrical engineering from the National Tsing Hwa University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, in 1999 (1994~1999). In 2002, he joined National Taipei University of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C., as a faculty member of Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering. He has authored or coauthored more than 49 SCI technical papers, 10 International conference, and 59 conference papers. He is the holder of more than 15 patents in his fields of expertise. His current research interests include MOCVD, LPE and solution CVD epitaxial growth technique, fabrication and analysis of III-V group compound semiconductor/oxide semiconductor devices, fabrication and characterization of nano-materials, light-emitting diode (LED), sensor, and solar cells.
Research Areas

1.      Epitaxial Technology MOCVDLPE and spray method

2.      III-V group Compound Semiconductors/Fabrication and analysis of Transparent conducting oxide semiconductors

3.      Fabrication of light-emitting diodes

4.      Fabrication of Solar cells

5.      Nanomaterial process

6.      Fabrication of sensor devices

Research projects
  1. The process and properties of white light-emitting diodes with tapered hexagonal and flexible fluorescent substrate made by PDMS 103/08/01~105/07/31
  2. Study of the Graphene/Ni/Ag nanoparticles ohmic contact to GaN light-emitting diodes 102/11/01~103/10/31
  3. Study on developing of GaN-based light-emitting diodes on flexible substrate 101/08/01~102/07/31
  4. Characteristics of graphene and its application for GaN-based light-emitting diodes 100/08/01~101/07/31
  5. Spin injection and Magnetro-optical multiplication effects in MnZnO and optoelectronic devices 99/08/01~100/07/31
  6. Anisotropic nanostructure ZnO/InNO/PbPc hybrid solar cells 98/08/01~99/07/31
  7. GaN light-emitting diodes with anisotropic ZnO-based columnar thin film 97/08/01~98/07/31