Research Interests

The theme of this research group can be divided into two parts with a common aim of biological applications and support the progress of each other.
1) Surface and Interface Sciences: using self-assembled monolayers with mixed functional groups, interfacial properties can be tailored for studying the interaction between biological species and surfaces.
2) Analysis and Imaging of Soft Matters: based on surface analysis techniques that characterize surface and interface properties, a series of techniques are developed to analyze the structure inside soft matters directly.

1) Surface and Interface Sciences



Schematic illustration of the deposition of thin films from aqueous solution on SAMs

Synthesis of 1D Materials
For ease of processing, anodic aluminum oxide (AAO) is used widely as a structure-directing template for preparing nanotubes. These processes, however, either require a vacuum apparatus or consist of filling the template with a pre-existing solid synthesized in separate steps. Another general approach to prepare nanowires is to electroplate materials inside the template after the evaporation of electrodes on the AAO template. To further simplify the preparation, a single-step direct deposition of oxides into the template under near-ambient conditions is required. Using AAO and carefully selected solution chemistry, precursor ions are adsorbed on the inner surface of the template. After in situ hydrolysis reactions, stoichiometric SrTiO3 and BaTiO3 nanowire and nanotubes are synthesized from aqueous solutions without pre-existing solids or an electric field (Inorganic Chemistry 2009, 48, 681-686).

Self-Assembled Monolayers with Mixed Functional Groups
Carboxylic acid- and amine-bearing SAMs hydrolyze to carboxylate anions and ammonium cations in an electrolyte solution and yield two distinct IEP values. Similarly, thiol group deportonated and posses a low IEP. By mixing these functional groups on a substrate, the opposite charges can cancel each other out, and arbitrary IEP values of flat Au (Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2009, 11, 6199-6204), Au nanoparticles (Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 2009, 340, 126-130) and Si surfaces (Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2011, 13, 3649-3653) between the extremes defined by individual functional groups could be achieved. These zeta-potentials are measured using independent techniques of streaming potential and dynamic light scattering and can be compared. In addition, the effect of the surface chemical composition of mixed functional group on the work function is also studied (Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2011, 13, 4335-4339; Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2011, 13, 15122-15126).

Zeta-potential of SAMs with mixed functional group as a function of environmental pH.

With this tunable system, the effect of the surface potential and the surface functional groups to the adsorption of materials are studied with a quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) with dissipation detection. The viscoelastic model is applied to determine the packing density and the thickness of the adsorbed films for studying the adsorption behavior of plasmid DNA on the surfaces of various potential. It is found that the adsorption behavior cannot be simply explained by the electrostatic interactions. Instead, because both DNA and SAM molecules are polarizable, induced dipole (Debye) interactions need to be taken into account as well. (Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 2012, 382, 97-104)


Ultimate film thicknesses on binary-SAMs of various ratios in different pH environments.

Degradation of Self-Assembled Monolayers on Au
The quality of SAMs is affected significantly by the deposition conditions. By simply adding HCl to the deposition solution, a high quality amine-SAM is obtained. Using various surface analytical techniques, including contact angle analysis, x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), and secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS), the hydrophilic amino group was found to slowly oxidize to a hydrophobic nitroso group even under ambient conditions. As a consequence, the surface potential (and hence, the isoelectric point) of the SAM surface changed significantly. These changes were monitored with an electrokinetic analyzer (Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2010, 114, 10512-10519). These changes in surface properties can be suppressed by isolating the specimen from ambient light or air indicating the degradation is a photo-oxidation process.

Nanodot-Enhanced Organic Light Emitting Diodes (in collaboration with Prof. J.-H. Jou of NTHU)
Polysilicic acid nanodots were doped into the hole-transporting layer of an. Because of a more balanced carrier-injection, pure white light-emitting devices with up to a 3.5× higher efficiency were fabricated. To gain more knowledge of how the polysilicic nanodots (PNDs) affect the carrier transportation, the surface of the PNDs were modified with amino (Am-), vinyl (V-), and alkyl (Al-) moieties in addition to the intrinsic hydroxyl (H-) functional groups. The enhancement in device efficiency is controlled by the magnitude of surface charge and is independent to the sign of the charge and the bandgap of the light emitting dye (ACS Nano 2010, 4 4054-4060).

2) Analysis and Imaging of Soft Matters

Structural Analysis of OLED Devices (in collaboration with Prof. J.-H. Jou of NTHU)
It is known that the fabrication process affects the resultant device efficiency significantly. Contrary to general expectations, it was found that spin-coating of an emissive layer consisting of a host-guest mixture results in significant phase segregation as a function of depth. On the other hand, a thermally-evaporated layer is more homogeneous with respect to depth. Such a change in the microstructure dramatically affects the charge-injection and charge-transportation and also leads to an 3.5× difference in device efficiency (Organic Electronics 2009, 10, 459-464; Chemistry of Materials 2009, 21, 2565-2567).

Depth profile of organic light-emitting diode device.

Depth profile of inverted polymeric solar-cell.

This novel analytical technique has also been used to study the degradation of an organic LED directly (Organic Electronics 2009, 10, 581-586; Organic Electronics 2011, 12, 376-382). Currently, there are no other means that can analyze the structure of a whole organic electronic operated for different times directly. In addition to the previously proposed degradation mechanisms, a new mechanism based on the direct observation of the migration of small molecules under direct current is reported. This mechanism has never been considered before and can explain the reported results. The knowledge gained in this work is crucial to the success of organic electronics with sufficient life-times for real applications.

3D Nanostructure inside Organic Electronic Devices
To gain high spatial resolution in 3D, the sputtering technique that provided excellent depth resolution was combined with scanning probe microscopy, which has high lateral resolution. By combining different instrumental techniques like scanning electrical potential microscopy (Analytical Chemistry 2009, 81, 8936-8941, highlighted by the journal, specimens are provided by Dr. C.-W. Chu) or force modulation microscopy (ACS Nano 2010, 4, 2547-2554), the nanostructure inside organic materials can be examined at high resolution. The fabrication parameters affect the resulting nanostructure significantly. For solar-cell devices, the phase-separation inside the bulk-heterojunction provides an adequate path for the removal of charge carriers that in turn enhance the device efficiency. On the other hand, phase-separation inside light-emitting devices is less efficient in trapping the charge carriers, which leads to efficiency drops with the development of a nanostructure.


3D volume image of a bulk heterojunction. (click the image for full resolution, ~50MB each)

In collaboration with ULVAC-PHI, a scanning ToF-SIMS with spatial resolution of 50 nm is also demonstrated (ACS Nano 2010, 4, 833-840; Analyst 2011, 136, 716-723). Using a bulk heterojunction solar cell (specimens are provided by Prof. J.-H. Jou) as an example, the 3D molecular distribution was obtained before and after annealing. This work revealed the important relationship between fabrication conditions, nanostructure, device architecture, and device performance.
Compared with established techniques like electron tomography, which can yield 3D nanostructures, the contrast generated by our technique is from direct physical properties instead of crystallinity that relates indirectly to the materials. Furthermore, ion sputtering has no physical limitations to the analyzable thickness. As a result, as long as the sample is stable to high-vacuum it can be studied in its original state without sample preparation that can introduce artifacts. Therefore our techniques are universal and more versatile than TEM-based techniques.

Electron Tomography of Biological Cells using SEM-Based STEM
In an apparatus based on SEM, which is relatively cheap and operates at a lower voltage (up to 30 kV), the electron interacts with the specimens more strongly and can generate better contrast, especially with light elements. Therefore, SEM-based electron tomography is developed By using a home-made sample holder that holds a standard 3-mm TEM grid in the chamber and allows a multi-segment solid-state electron detector to be inserted behind the specimen. The 3D volume structure is then reconstructed from 2D projections acquired from the STEM using the public domain TomoJ software. A thick (1 μm) specimen of an HEK293T cell could be imaged with sufficient information to examine Au nanoparticles in the cytosol using this modified instrument (Microscopy and Microanalysis 2012, 18, 1037-1042).

Integration of Dynamic-Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometer (D-SIMS) and X-ray Photoelectron Spectrometer (XPS)
Based on an existing XPS apparatus equipped with multiple ion guns, a quadrupole mass analyzer was integrated. Using the originally designed XPS function, the elemental and chemical state information of remaining surface after (cluster) ion sputtering can be acquired. Using the mass analyzer concurrently during sputtering, secondary ions emitted from the specimen can be acquired at the same time (Analyst 2011, 136, 941-946; Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 2011, 25, 2897-2904; Analytical Chemistry 2012, 84, 9318-9323). Using this unique system, the role of auxiliary Ar+ in C60+-Ar+ co-sputtering is studied and the auxiliary Ar+ ion is suggested to be slowly removing the deposited C. Furthermore, the interaction between these ion beams in free space is confirmed and it is found that the excessive Ar+ fluence could break C60+ and slower the over-all sputter rate. On the other hand, if the fluence of auxiliary Ar+ is insufficient, it cannot remove the deposited C effectively hence yield unsteady sputtering process. As a result, the dosage of auxiliary ion beams has to be optimized.
The use of C60+ sputtering is further applied for for profiling biological materials. With the high ionization yield at high-mass regions, peptide molecular ions can be generated and detected directly, allowing for the parallel detection and quantification of multiple peptides without labeling. Compared to the established MALDI technique, co-ionization does not require a special matrix that contaminates the specimen, and the controlled ion-erosion process gives better depth resolution. Therefore, this co-sputtering technique is a leap forward for the parallel detection, quantification, and depth profiles of biological specimens using SIMS (Analytica Chimica Acta 2012, 718, 64-69). To further enhance the intensity of secondary ions hence increasing the sensitivity for biological species, it is found that C60+ sputtered surface oxidized quickly (Analytical Chemistry 2012, 84, 3355-3361) hence the neutralization of secondary ions is suppressed. Furthermore, by using O2+ as the auxiliary ion in the co-sputtering, molecular ion intensity increased significantly (Analytical Chemistry 2013, 85, 3781-3788). These results pave the way for successful label-free analysis of biological specimens using SIMS.

SIMS profiles of (a) PET films, (b) trehalose and (c) peptide obtained from cosputtering

Instruments

PHI VersaProbe
Scanning XPS Microprobe
In an ultra-high vacuum (UHV) chamber (10-7~10-8 Pa), photoelectrons are excited with X-ray (or vacuum UV at 20-40 eV). As the escape depth is shallow, the information came from the top few nm. This is important in studying the outer-most chemical composition and chemical structure of materials. Using microfocused scanning X-ray, 10-1400 µm beam size with 0.5 eV resolution can be obtained. Using He discharge VUV source, 0.125 eV resolution can be achieved. Combine with the integrated sputter gun (Ar+/O2+/Xe+ and/or C60+), one can slowly remove the surface and acquire spectra from different depth to construct the depth profile. The specimen temperature can be controlled between -120 to 500 °C during analysis. In combination with a quadrupole mass analyzer, this system also serves as a dynamic secondary ion mass spectrometer (D-SIMS) for analyzing soft materials.
Operation Notes
Training Material for XPS [Lecture for XPS]
Training Material for SIMS [Lecture for SIMS]

Complete course and recording: 01 02 03 04 05 06 07

extract spectrum from depth profile

PHI TRIFT V nanoToF
Time-of-Flight Secondary Mass Spectrometry
Based on energetic ion bombardment, secondary ions (SIs) are generated. By accelerate SIs with constant 3 kV, ions of different m/z require different times to pass a 2 m flight path and are separated. Using pulsed primary beam of low current, interaction depth of sub-monolayer can be controlled as static SIMS (S-SIMS). With TRIple Focusing Time-of-Flight (TRIFT) spectrometry, >150 µm depth of field, >±20° (up to >±90°) angular solid angle, and ~10000 m/Δm with tunable 20-240 eV pass band can be achieved. Focused Bix+ primary gun (LMIG) provides 70 nm spatial resolution and bunched operation provide best mass resolution. C60+ can also be used for generate larger molecular SI at 2 µm spatial resolution. Integrated Ar+/O2+ and Ar2500+ are also available for sputtering. With specially designed sample manipulation system, specimens can be handled at controlled atmosphere and temperature between -150 to 600 °C can be controlled during introduction and analysis. Selected secondary ion can also be diverted to a tandem linear ToF with or without collision with Ar gas for SIMS/MS analysis.
To minimize the environmental interference to the high resolution work, active field canceling system (Spicer Consulting SC20) is used to control the sum of DC-5 kHz electromagnetic to be <0.07 mG and active vibration isolator (HERZ AVI-200S/M/LP) is used to support the system.
Operation Notes
Training Material for SIMS [Lecture for SIMS]
Training Material of ToF [Lecture for ToF]

Complete course and recording: 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10

Basic data processing Advanced data processing
Processing of depth profile
Measuring primary beam current and setting for post ESA blanker
Basics of PCA and recording
PCA processing of spectrum with Solo+MIA
3D data transfer 3D data processing
find possible structure with chemdraw to assign SIMS peaks
MS/MS operation-1 MS/MS operation-2

FEI Nova200 NanoSEM
Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)
Using a electron beam (0.2-30 kV), surface structures can be observed directly with nm spatial resolution. With the high-resolution low-vacuum mode, non-conducting samples can also be observed with nm resolution. Dedicate two-channel solid-state detector provides topographic or Z-contrast using back-scattered electrons. Based on stereophonic calculation and images of 2-3 tilt-angles, MeX software provides true 3D information at high resolution. The system is also modified to serve as STEM for BF/DF/HAADF operation. Combine with the X-ray Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (XEDS, Oxford X-Max 80 mm2 Silicon Drift Detector (SDD), the chemical composition can also be determined in a manner of point-and-click. Quantitative mapping with and without standard is also available. The system also has e-beam lithography capability using Nanometer Pattern Generation System that drives scanning coils according to user designed CAD files.
To provide a stable environment, active vibration isolator (HERZ AVI-200S) is used to support the microscope.
Operation Notes
Training Material for SEM (part I)
Training Material for SEM (part II)
Training Material of EPMA

Complete course and recording on SEM: 01 02 03 04 05
Complete course and recording on EPMA: 01 02 03 04
PHI 690 Scanning Auger Nanoprobe
Auger Electron Microscope (AES)
Based on a 1-25 kV SEM system with <10 nm beam size, kinetic energy of emitted Auger electrons were analyzed using Cylindrical (Coaxial) Mirror Analyzer (CMA). As the escape depth is shallow, the information came from the top few nm. This is important in studying the outer-most chemical composition and chemical structure of materials. The analyzer normally operated in Fixed Retard Ratio of 0.5% and can achieve 0.05% with sample bias. Combine with the integrated Ar+ sputter gun, one can slowly remove the surface and acquire spectra from different depth to construct the depth profile. The low energy ion can also be used to alleviate the charge-up effect on insulating samples. An in situ cryogenic fracture mechanism is also available to prepare fresh surface for analysis.
To provide a stable environment, active vibration isolator (HERZ AVI-200S) is used to support the microscope.

Operation Notes
Complete course and recording on Auger: 01 02 03
Veeco Innova SPM
Scanning Probe Microscope (SPM)
Using a varity of probes, a wide range of surface chemical, physical, mechanical, and electrical properties can be studied with high spatial resolution (<nm). The usual operation modes include scanning tunneling microscopy (STM); atomic force microscopy (AFM) at contact, tapping, phase image, conductive, and lift mode; force curve (with k-calibration); I-V curve; lateral force microscopy (LFM); chemical force microscopy (CFM); magnetic force microscopy (MFM); electric force microscopy (EFM); Kelvin probe microscopy (KFM, a.k.a. scanning electric potential microscopy, SEPM); Piezo-Response Microscopy (PRM). The sample can be under air or immsered in liquids using the fluid cell.
The system is sitting on a Halcyoncs Micro 40 active vibration isolation platform. The vibration level on the surface is better than 5 dB at <10 Hz and <0 dB for higher frequencies.
Operation Notes

Complete course and recording: 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08

Q-SENSE E4
Qrartz Crystal Microbalance
By measuing the change in freqiency of a quartz crystal resonator, mass change per unit area can be measured down to 1 ng/Hz-cm2. In addition to frequency, energy dissipation can also be measured to study the rigidity of deposited film. By using high-order overtones, the system is more stable in liquid environments and provide viscoelastic properties of the film.
An optical/fluoresce microscopy (Olympus BX51) with Differential Interference Contrast is integrated for concurrent observation.
Anton Paar SurPASS
Electro-Kinetic Analyzer (EKA)
The instrument is used for measuring the zeta-potential of bulk materials and is complementary to DLS. This zeta-potential is important to predict the stability if colloidal suspensions and the tendency to agglomerate.
Brookhaven 90Plus/ZetaPALs
Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS)
Based on the dynamic light scattering (DLS), this instrument can be used to determine the particle size and its zeta-potential. For polymers, the distribution of molecular weight can also be determined in static light scattering (SLS) mode. Comparing with the electro-kinetic analyzer (EKA) like the SurPASS, this instrument is mainly for nano materials. Comparing with observing the particle size directly with electron microscopes, DLS is quick and non-destructive.
Cell Culture Facilities
The P2 level (NSF49 approved) cell culture room is equipped with direct-heat CO2 incubator, and optical microscopes with CCD to obtain transmissive/reflective bright-field/fluorescent/phase-contrast images.
JEOL JEM-2100F
Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM), managed by the Core Facilities for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
The high-resolution electron microscope (HREM) and scanning TEM (STEM) has a resolution about angstrom. Atomic arrangements can be observed directly with this instrument. An Oxford X-Max 80 mm2 Silicon Drift Detector (SDD) is installed for XEDS analysis. Gatan Image Filter (GIF) Tridiem is installed for electron energy loss spectrometry (EELS) and energy-filtered TEM (EFTEM)
Course in Electron Microscopy
High-performance parallel computing cluster
This is for high-performance computing. The main system consists with 48 computing nodes. Each node has two dual-core 3GHz Woodcrest CPU and 8-32Gb fully-buffered memory.

Publications

  1. Chin-Cheng (Paul) Chiang, Chang-Yu Hung, Shang-Wei Chou,* Jing-Jong Shyue, Kum-Yi Cheng, Pei-Jen Chang, Ya-Yun Yang, Ching-Yen Lin, Ting-Kuang Chang, Yun Chi,* Hung-Lung Chou* and Pi-Tai Chou* "PtCoFe Nanowire Cathodes Boost Short-Circuit Currents of Ru(II)-Based Dye Sensitized Solar Cells to a Power Conversion Efficiency of 12.29%" Advanced Functional Materials (in press). [DOI: 10.1002/adfm201703282]
  2. Chia-Cheng Yu, Bo-Cheng Ho, Ruey-Shin Juang, Yu-Sheng Hsiao,* R. Venkata Ram Naidu, Chiung-Wen Kuo, Yun-Wen You, Jing-Jong Shyue, Ji-Tseng Fang* and Peilin Chen* "Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)-Based Nanofiber Mats as an Organic Bioelectronic Platform for Programming Multiple Capture/Release Cycles of Circulating Tumor Cells" ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 9 [36] 30329-30342 (2017). [DOI: 10.1021/acsami.7b07042]
  3. Wei-Chun Lin, Anton Kovalsky, Yu-Chen Wang, Lili Wang, Seth Goldberg, Hsun-Yun Chang, Chen-Yi Wu, Wei-Lun Kao, Jing-Jong Shyue* and Clemens Burda* "Interpenetration of CH3NH3PbI3 and TiO2 Improves Perovskite Solar Cells while TiO2 Expansion Leads to Degradation" Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 19 [32] 21407-21413 (2017). [DOI: 10.1039/c7cp03116e]
  4. Meng-Hao Chuang, Cheng Wang, Bo-Kai Chao, Wei-Lun Kao, Jing-Jong Shyue and Chun-Hway Hsueh* "Mechanical Properties and Microstructure of Zr-Ti-Ni Thin Film Metallic Glasses Modified with Minor SF6" Composites Part B: Engineering 129 243-250 (2017). [DOI: 10.1016/j.compositesb.2017.07.032]
  5. Kuo-Pi Tseng, Yu-Tang Tsai, Jing-Jong Shyue, Guillaume Raffy, Andre Del Guerzo, Ken- Tsung Wong* and Dario M. Bassani* "Emissive Nanotubes from Templated Self-Assembly of Small Molecules" Chemical Physics Letters 683 43-48 (2017). [DOI: 10.1016/j.cplett.2017.04.005]
  6. Richmond Lee, Davin Tan, Chaoli Liu, Huaifeng Li, Hao Guo, Jing-Jong Shyue and Kuo-Wei Huang* "DFT Mechanistic Study of the Selective Terminal C-H Activation of n-Pentane with a Tungsten Allyl Nitrosyl Complex" Journal of Saudi Chemical Society 21 [5] 558-562 (2017). [DOI: 10.1016/j.jscs.2016.12.004]
  7. Yu-Wei Chen, Yung-Kang Peng, Shang-Wei Chou, Yu-Jui Tseng, Pei-Chun Wu, Shin-Kung Wang, Yi-Wei Lee, Jing-Jong Shyue, Jong-Kai Hsiao,* Tzu-Ming Liu* and Pi-Tai Chou* "Mesoporous Silica Promoted Deposition of Bioinspired Polydopamine onto Contrast Agent: A Universal Strategy to Achieve Both Biocompatibility and Multiple Scale Molecular Imaging" Particle & Particle Systems Characterization 34 [6] 1600415 (2017). [DOI: 10.1002/ppsc.201600415]
  8. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Sheng-Ching Fu, Chih-Chia An, Jing-Jong Shyue, Chih-Lung Chin and Zhe-Kai He "High Efficiency Yellow Organic Light-Emitting Diodes with a Solution-Process Feasible Iridium Based Emitter" Journal of Materials Chemistry C 5 [22] 5478-5486 (2017). [DOI: 10.1039/C7TC01516J]
  9. Wei-Hsuan Hung,* Kun-Lin Yang, Sz-Nian Lai, Chin-Ru Yang, Jing-Jong Shyue, Ching-Shun Ku and Stephen B. Cronin "Demonstration of Enhanced Carrier Transport, Charge Separation and Longterm Stability for Photocatalytic Water Splitting by a Rapid Hot Press Process" Journal of Materials Chemistry A 5 [21] 10687-10695 (2017). [DOI: 10.1039/C7TA01166K]
  10. Pin-Hsuan Huang, Chia-Ping Hong, Jian-Fan Zhu, Tzu-Ting Chen, Chu-Ting Chan, Yu-Chien Ko, Tien-Li Lin, Tzu-Chieh Lin, Chia-Cheng Kang,* Jing-Jong Shyue* and Mei-Lin Ho* "Ag@Au Nanoprisms-Metal Organic Frameworks-Based Paper for Extending Glucose Sensing Range in Human Serum and Urine" Dalton Transaction 46 [21] 6985-6993 (2017). [DOI: 10.1039/C7DT00875A]
  11. Wei-Chun Lin, Hsun-Yun Chang, Kevin Abbasi, Jing-Jong Shyue* and Clemens Burda* "3-Dimensional In-Situ ToF-SIMS Imaging of Perovskite Films Under Controlled Humidity Environmental Conditions" Advanced Materials Interfaces 4 [2] 1600673 (2017). [DOI: 10.1002/admi.201600673]
  12. Ming-Chung Wu,* Ching-Hsiang Chen, Wei-Kang Huang, Kai-Chi Hsiao, Ting-Han Lin, Shun-Hsiang Chan, Po-Yeh Wu, Chun-Fu Lu, Yin-Hsuan Chang, Tz-Feng Lin, Kai-Hsiang Hsu, Jen-Fu Hsu, Kun-Mu Lee, Jing-Jong Shyue, Krisztián Kordás and Wei-Fang Su "Improved Solar-Driven Photocatalytic Performance of Highly Crystalline Hydrogenated TiO2 Nanofibers with Core-Shell Structure" Scientific Reports 7 40896 (2017). [DOI: 10.1038/srep40896]
  13. Wei-Lun Kao, Hsun-Yun Chang, Kang-Yi Lin, Yi-Wei Lee and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Effect of Surface Potential on the Adhesion Behavior of NIH3T3 Cells Revealed by Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation Monitoring (QCM-D)" Journal of Physical Chemistry C (in press). [DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcc.6b11217]
  14. Wei-Hsuan Hung,* Chien-Jung Peng, Chin-Ru Yang, Chia-Jui Li, Jing-Jong Shyue, Pai-Chun Cheng,* Chuan-Ming Tseng and Pi-Chun Juan "Exploitation of Spontaneous Spatial Charge Separation Effect in the Plasmonic Polyhedral α-Fe2O3 Nanocrystals Photoelectrode for Hydrogen Production" Nano Energy 30 523-539 (2016). [DOI: 10.1016/j.nanoen.2016.10.050]
  15. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Yu-Ting Su, Ming-Ting Hsiao, Hui-Huan Yu, Zhe-Kai He, Shen-Chin Fu, Chi-Heng Chiang, Chien-Tien Chen,* Chia-hung Chou and Jing-Jong Shyue
 "Solution-Process Feasible Deep-Red Phosphorescent Emitter" Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120 [33] 18794-18802 (2016). [DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcc.6b07740]
  16. Yu-Jui Tseng, Shang-Wei Chou, Jing-Jong Shyue, Shih-Yao Lin, Jong-Kai Hsiao* and Pi-Tai Chou* "A Versatile Theranostic Delivery Platform Integrating Magnetic Resonance Imaging/Computed Tomography, pH/cis-Diol Controlled Release and Targeted Therapy" ACS Nano 10 [6] 5809-5822 (2016). [DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.5b08130]
  17. Yi-Hsuan Chu, Hua-Yang Liao, Kang-Yi Lin, Hsun-Yun Chang, Wei-Lun Kao, Ding-Yuan Kuo, Yun-Wen You, Kuo-Jui Chu, Chen-Yi Wu and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Improvement of Giant Gas Cluster Beam- (GCIB)-Based Molecular Secondary Ion Mass Spectroscopy (SIMS) Depth Profile with O2+ Cosputtering" Analyst 141 [8] 2523-2533 (2016). [DOI: 10.1039/C5AN02677F]
  18. Pei-Jen Chang, Kum-Yi Cheng, Shang-Wei Chou,* Jing-Jong Shyue, Ya-Yun Yang, Chang-Yu Hung, Ching-Yen Lin, Hui-Lung Chen, Hung-Lung Chou and Pi-Tai Chou* "Tri-iodide Reduction Activity of Shape- and Composition-Controlled PtFe Nanostructures as Counter Electrodes in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells" Chemistry of Materials 28 [7] 2110-2119 (2016). [DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.5b04962]
  19. Hsun-Yun Chang, Wei-Lun Kao, Yun-Wen You, Yi-Hsuan Chu, Kuo-Jui Chu, Peng-Jen Chen, Chen-Yi Wu, Yu-Hsuan Lee, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Effect of Surface Potential on Epithelial Cell Adhesion, Proliferation and Morphology" Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 141 179-186 (2016). [DOI: 10.1016/j.colsurfb.2016.01.049]
  20. Yuan-Yu Lin, Che-Chen Hsu, Ming-Hung Tseng, Jing-Jong Shyue, Feng-Yu Tsai* "Stable and High-Performance Flexible ZnO Thin-Film Transistors by Atomic Layer Deposition" ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 7 [40] 22610-22617 (2015). [DOI: 10.1021/acsami.5b07278]
  21. Che-Chen Hsu, Heng-Wei Su, Cheng-Hung Hou, Jing-Jong Shyue, and Feng- Yu Tsai* "Atomic Layer Deposition of NiO Hole-Transporting Layers for Polymer Solar Cells" Nanotechnology 26 [38] 385201 (2015). [DOI: 10.1088/0957-4484/26/38/385201]
  22. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Yao-Ching Hsieh, Hui-Huan Yu, Chih-Chia An, Chieh-Ju Li, Chien-Tien Chen*, Wei-Shan Chao, Hao-Wei Liu, and Jing-Jong Shyue "Enabling a Bright Orange-Red Emission with a High EQE with a Seven-Member-Ring based Fluorescent Emitter with a Matching Host" Organic Electronics 26 285-291 (2015). [DOI: 10.1016/j.orgel.2015.07.055]
  23. Hua-Yang Liao, Jung-Hsuan Chen, Jing-Jong Shyue, Chia-Tung Shun, Huei-Wen Chen, Su-Wei Liao, Chih-Kang Hong, and Pai-Shan Chen* "Rapid Label-free Determination of Ketamine in Whole Blood Using Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry" Talanta 143 50-55 (2015). [DOI: 10.1016/j.talanta.2015.04.074]
  24. Hsueh-Chung Liao, Cheng-Si Tsao*, Meng-Huan Jao, Che-Pu Hsu, Yu-Ching Huang, Kuo-Yu Tien, Jing-Jong Shyue, Charn-Yin Chen, Chun-Jen Su, Robert P. H. Chang, and Wei-Fang Su* "Hierarchical I-P and I-N Porous Heterojunction in Planar Perovskite Solar Cells" Journal of Materials Chemistry A 3 [19] 10526-10535 (2015). [DOI: 10.1039/c5ta02184g]
  25. Yu-Chieh Tu, Herman Lim, Chun-Yu Chang, Jing-Jong Shyue, and Wei-Fang Su* "Enhancing Performance of P3HT:TiO2 Solar Cells Using Doped and Surface Modified TiO2 Nanorods" Journal of Colloid and Interface Sciences 448 315-319 (2015). [DOI: 10.1016/j.jcis.2015.02.015]
  26. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Sudhir Kumar, Po-Hsun Fang, A. Venkateswararao, K. R. Justin Thomas,* Jing-Jong Shyue, Ya-Chi Wang, Tsung-Han Li, and Hui-Huan Yu "Highly Efficient Ultra-Deep Blue Organic Light-Emitting Diodes with a Wet- and Dry-Process Feasible Cyanofluorene Acetylene Based Emitter" Journal of Materials Chemistry C 3 [10] 2182-2194 (2015). [DOI: 10.1039/c4Tc02547d]
  27. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Sun-Zen Chen, Chih-Chia An, Shiang-Hau Peng, Tzu-Yu Ting, Jing-Jong Shyue,* Chih-Lung Chin,* Chin-Ti Chen, and Ching-Wu Wang "A Wet and Dry Processable Phosphorescent Green Dye Based Organic Light-Emitting Diodes" Dyes and Pigments 113 341-350 (2015). [DOI: 10.1016/j.dyepig.2014.09.001]
  28. Shih-Chieh Yeh, Pei-Heng Lee, Hua-Yang Liao, Yu-You Chen, Chin-Ti Chen,* Ru-Jong Jeng,* and Jing-Jong Shyue "Facile Solution Dropping Method: a Green Process for Dyeing TiO2 Electrode of Dye Sensitized Solar Cells with Enhanced Power Conversion Efficiency" ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 3 [1] 71-81 (2015). [DOI: 10.1021/sc500551e]
  29. Hsun-Yun Chang, Yun-Wen You, Hua-Yang Liao, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Binary Self-Assembled Monolayers (SAM) Modified Au Nanoparticles as Carriers in Biological Applications" Biointerphases 9 [4] 041005 (2014). [DOI: 10.1116/1.4903934] (most read in 2015/1)
  30. Hua-Yang Liao, Meng-Hung Tsai, Wei-Lun Kao, Ding-Yuan Kuo, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Effects of the Temperature and Beam Parameters on Depth Profiles in X-ray Photoelectron Spectrometry and Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry under C60+-Ar+ Cosputtering" Analytica Chimica Acta 852 129-136 (2014). [DOI: 10.1016/j.aca.2014.08.044]
  31. Chun-Jen Huang,* Lin-Chuan Wang, Jing-Jong Shyue, and Ying-Chih Chang "Developing Antifouling Biointerfaces Based on Bio-inspired Zwitterionic Dopamine Through pH-Modulated Assembly" Langmuir 30 [42] 12638-12646 (2014). [DOI: 10.1021/la503191b]
  32. Jiun-Hao Lin, Wei-Lun Kao, Hsun-Yun Chang, Kang-Yi Lin, Hua-Yang Liao, Yun-Wen You, Yu-Ting Kuo, Ding-Yuan Kuo, Kuo-Jui Chu, Yi-Hsuan Chu and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Effect of Surface Potential on Extracellular Matrix Protein Adsorption" Langmuir 30 [34] 10328-10335 (2014). [DOI: 10.1021/la5020362]
  33. Hsun-Yun Chang, Chih-Chieh Huang, Kang-Yi Lin, Wei-Lun Kao, Hua-Yang Liao, Yun-Wen You, Jiun-Hao Lin, Yu-Ting Kuo, Ding-Yuan Kuo and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Effect of Surface Potential on NIH3T3 Cell Adhesion and Proliferation" Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 [26] 14464-14470 (2014). [DOI: 10.1021/jp504662c]
  34. Li-Chi Lee, Han-Han, Yu-Tang Tsai, Chung-Chih Wu,* Jing-Jong Shyue, Chien-Liang Liu, Pi-Tai Chou, and Ken-Tsung Wong* "Template-Assisted In Situ Polymerization for Blue Organic Light-Emitting Nanotubes" Chemical Communications 50 [60] 8208-8210 (2014). [DOI: 10.1039/c4cc01877j]
  35. Yu-Chieh Tu, Chun-Yu Chang, Ming-Chung Wu, Jing-Jong Shyue, and Wei-Fang Su* "BiFeO3/YSZ Bilayer Electrolyte for Low Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cell" RSC Advances 4 [38] 19925-19931 (2014). [DOI: 10.1039/c4ra01862a]
  36. Yu-Fang Chen, Galina V. Dubacheva, Kuo-Pi Tseng, Guillaume Raffy, André Del Guerzo, Lionel Hirsch, Jing-Jong Shyue, Ken-Tsung Wong, and Dario M. Bassani* "Supramolecular Control of Electronic Properties in Aromatic Materials" Pure and Applied Chemistry 86 [4] 471-481 (2014). [DOI: 10.1515/pac-2013-1033]
  37. Kuo-Lin Chao, Hua-Yang Liao, Jing-Jong Shyue, and Shuang-Shii Lian* "Corrosion Behavior of High Nitrogen Nickel-free Fe-16Cr-X-N Stainless Steels" Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B-Process Metallurgy and Materials Processing Science 45 [2] 381-391 (2014). [DOI: 10.1007/s11663-013-9891-z]
  38. Chun-Hsien Chen, Jay Shieh,* Hua-Yang Liao, and Jing-Jong Shyue "Construction of Titania-Ceria Nanostructured Composites with Tailored Heterojunction for Photocurrent Enhancement" Journal of the European Ceramic Society 34 [6] 1523-1535 (2014). [DOI: 10.1016/j.jeurceramsoc.2013.12.019]
  39. Jwo-Huei Jou,* You-Xing Lin, Shiang-Hau Peng, Chieh-Ju Li, Yu-Min Yang, Chih-Lung Chin, Jing-Jong Shyue, Shih-Sheng Sun, Chien-Tien Chen, Ming-Chung Liu, Cheng-Chang Chen, Guan-Yu Chen, Jin-Han Wu, Cheng-Hung Li, Chao-Feng Sung, Mei-Ju Lee, and Je-Ping Hu "Highly Efficient Yellow Organic Light Emitting Diode with a Novel Wet- and Dry-Process Feasible Iridium Complex Emitter" Advanced Functional Materials 24 [4] 555-562 (2014). [DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201302013]
  40. Chun-Hsien Chen, Jay Shieh*, and Jing-Jong Shyue "Characterization of the Microstructure and Photoelectrical Properties of TiO2-SrTiO3 and TiO2-CeO2 Nanocomposites" Journal of Multifunctional Composites 2 [1] 11-20 (2014). [DOI: 10.12783/issn.2168-4286]
  41. Kuo-Pi Tseng, Yu-Tang Tsai, Chung-Chih Wu, Jing-Jong Shyue, Dario M. Bassanid,* and Ken-Tsung Wong* "Light- and Solvent-Driven Morphological Transformations of Self-Assembled Hydrogen-Bonded Nanostructures" Chemical Communications 49 [98] 11536-11538 (2013). [DOI: 10.1039/c3cc47288d]
  42. Jui-Fen Chien, Hsing-Chao Chen, Hua-Yang Liao, Jing-Jong Shyue, and Miin-Jang Chen* "P-type Conductivity of MgZnO:(N:Ga) Thin Films Prepared by Remote Plasma In Situ Atomic Layer Doping" ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology 2 [11] R249-R253 (2013). [DOI: 10.1149/2.030311jss]
  43. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Yu-Min Yang, Sun-Zen Chen, Jing-Ru Tseng, Shiang-Hau Peng, Chun-Yu Hsieh, You-Xing Lin, Chih-Lung Chin, Jing-Jong Shyue,* Shih-Sheng Sun, Chien-Tien Chen, Chien-Chih Chen, Shih-Hsiang Lai, and Fu-Ching Tung "High-Efficiency Wet- and Dry-Processed Green Organic Light Emitting Diodes with a Novel Iridium Complex Based Emitter" Advanced Optical Materials 1 [9] 567-667 (2013). [DOI: 10.1002/adom.201300172]
  44. Mei-Lin Ho,* Bo-Jen Chi, Tzu-Yi Hung, Hua-Yang Liao, Jing-Chang Wang, Ting-Yi Wang, and Jing-Jong Shyue "Enhanced Photochromism of Chromen-based Colorants near Silver Nanorods in Sol-Gel Matrix" CrystEngComm 15 [30] 5969-5979 (2013). [DOI: 10.1039/c3ce40293b]
  45. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Chieh-Ju Li, Shih-Ming Shen, Shiang-Hau Peng, Yu-Lin Chen, Yung-Cheng Jou, James H. Hong, Chih-Lung Chin, Jing-Jong Shyue, Shih-Pu Chen, Jung-Yu Li, Po-Hung Wang, and Cheng-Chang Chen "Highly Efficient Green Organic Light Emitting Diode with a Novel Solution Processable Iridium Complex Emitter" Journal of Materials Chemistry C 1 [27] 4201-4208 (2013). [DOI: 10.1039/c3tc30606b]
  46. Chia-Jung Chu, Chia-Sen Yeh, Chun-Kai Liao, Li-Chu Tsai,* Chun-Ming Huang, Hung-Yi Lin,* Jing-Jong Shyue, Yit-Tsong Chen, and Chii-Dong Chen* "Improving Nanowire Sensing Capability by Electrical Field Alignment of Surface Probing Molecules" Nano Letters 13 [6] 2564-2569 (2013). [DOI: 10.1021/nl400645j]
  47. Hua-Yang Liao, Kang-Yi Lin, Wei-Lun Kao, Hsun-Yun Chang, Chih-Chieh Huang, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Enhancing the Sensitivity of Molecular Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry with C60+-O2+ Cosputtering" Analytical Chemistry 85 [7] 3781-3788 (2013). [DOI: 10.1021/ac400214t]
  48. Chun-Ting Chou, Pei-Wei Yu, Ming-Hung Tseng, Che-Chen Hsu, Jing-Jong Shyue, Ching-Chiun Wang, and Feng-Yu Tsai* "Transparent Conductive Gas-Permeation Barriers on Plastics by Atomic Layer Deposition" Advanced Materials 25 [12] 1750-1754 (2013). [DOI: 10.1002/adma.201204358]
  49. Kwang-Ming Lee,* Wan-Yin Cheng, Cheng-Yu Chen, Jing-Jong Shyue, Chih-Chun Nieh, Chen-Fu Chou, Jia-Rong Lee, Ya-Yun Lee, Chih-Yang Cheng, Sarah Y. Chang, Thomas C. Yang, Mei-Ching Cheng, and Bi-Yun Lin "Excitation Dependent Visible Fluorescent Bis(monoacylglycerol)bisphenol - A Decamer Nanoparticles with Monoacylglycerol Clusters Chromophore" Nature Communications 4 1544 (2013) [DOI: 10.1038/ncomms2563]
  50. Jui-Fen Chien, Hua-Yang Liao, Sheng-Fu Yu, Ray-Ming Lin, Makoto Shiojiri, Jing-Jong Shyue, Miin-Jang Chen* "Ultraviolet Electroluminescence from Nitrogen-Doped ZnO-Based Heterojuntion Light-Emitting Diodes Prepared by Remote Plasma in situ Atomic Layer Doping Technique" ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 5 [2] 227-232 (2013). [DOI: 10.1021/am301799j]
  51. Hsueh-Chung Liao, Meng-Huan Jao, Jing-Jong Shyue, Yang-Fang Chen, and Wei-Fang Su* "Facile Synthesis of Wurtzite Copper-Zinc-Tin-Sulfide Nanocrystals from Plasmonic Djurleite Nuclei" Journal of Materials Chemistry A 1 [2] 337-341 (2013). [DOI: 10.1039/c2ta00151a]
  52. Mohammed AzizIbrahem, Hung-Yu Wei, Meng-Hung Tsai, Kuo-Chuan Ho, Jing-Jong Shyue, and Chih Wie Chu* "Solution-Processed Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles as Interlayer Materials for Inverted Organic Solar Cells" Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells 108 [1] 156-163 (2013). [DOI: 10.1016/j.solmat.2012.09.007]
  53. Jui-Fen Chien, Yu-Hsun Huang, Yao-Jen Chang, Jing-Jong Shyue, Jer-Ren Yang, Makoto Shiojiri and Miin-Jang Chen* "Tunable Optical and Structural Properties of MgxZn1-xO Films Prepared by in-situ Atomic Layer Doping Technique" ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology 2 [1] 31-35 (2013). [DOI: 10.1149/2.033301jss]
  54. Hua-Yang Liao, Meng-Hung Tsai, Hsun-Yun Chang, Yun-Wen You, Chih-Chieh Huang, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Effect of Cosputtering and Sample Rotation on Improving C60+ Depth Profiling of Materials" Analytical Chemistry 84 [21] 9318-9323 (2012). [DOI: 10.1021/ac3020824]
  55. Yun-Wen You, Hsun-Yun Chang, Hua-Yang Liao, Wei-Lun Kao, Guo-Ji Yen, Chi-Jen Chang, Meng-Hung Tsai, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Electron Tomography of HEK293T Cells using Scanning Electron Microscope-Based Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy" Microscopy and Microanalysis 18 [5] 1037-1042 (2012). [DOI: 10.1017/S1431927612001158]
  56. Sun-Zen Chen, Shiang-Hau Peng, Tzu-Yu Ting, Po-Shien Wu, Chun-Hao Lin, Chin-Yeh Chang, Jing-Jong Shyue, and Jwo-Huei Jou* "Organic Light-Emitting Diodes with Direct Contact-Printed Red, Green, Blue and White Light-Emitting Layers" Applied Physics Letters 101 [15] 153304 (2012). [DOI: 10.1063/1.4757279]
  57. Wei-Lun Kao, Hsun-Yun Chang, Guo-Ji Yen, Ding-Yuan Kuo, Yun-Wen You, Chih-Chieh Huang, Yu-Ting Kuo, Jiun-Hao Lin, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Adsorption Behavior of Plasmid DNA on Binary Self-Assembled Monolayers Modified Gold Substrates" Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 382 [1] 97-104 (2012). [DOI: 10.1016/j.jcis.2012.06.002]
  58. Jui-Fen Chien, Ching-Hsiang Chen, Jing-Jong Shyue, and Miin-Jang Chen* "Local Electronic Structures and Electrical Characteristics of Well-Controlled Nitrogen-Doped ZnO Thin Films Prepared by Remote Plasma in situ Atomic Layer Doping" ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 4 [7] 3471-3475 (2012). [DOI: 10.1021/am300551y]
  59. Ming-Cheng Kuo, Hsiao-Fan Chen, Jing-Jong Shyue, Dario M. Bassani, Ken-Tsung Wong* "In-situ Reversible Conversion of Porphyrin Aggregate Morphologies" Chemical Communications 48 [65] 8051-8053 (2012). [DOI: 10.1039/C2CC33438K] Featured as front cover
  60. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Yu-Lin Chen, Jing-Ru Tseng, Ri-Zong Wu, Jing-Jong Shyue, K. R. Justin Thomas, Neha Kapoor, Chien-Tien Chen, Yi-Ping Lin, Po-Hung Wang, Hsiao-Wen Hung, and Shih-Pu Chen "The Use of a Polarity Matching and High Energy Exciton Generating Host in Fabricating Efficient Purplish-blue OLEDs from a Sky-blue Emitter" Journal of Materials Chemistry 22 [31] 15500-15506 (2012). [DOI: 10.1039/C2JM32216A]
  61. Shang-Wei Chou, Jing-Jong Shyue, Chia-Hua Chien, Chia-Chun Chen,* Yang-Yuan Chen,* and Pi-Tai Chou* "Surfactant Directed Synthesis of Trinuclear Nanostructures: Nanocube, Polyhedron, Octahedron, and Nanowire of PtNiFe; Their Shape Dependent Oxygen Reduction Activity" Chemistry of Materials 24 [13] 2527-2533 (2012).[DOI: 10.1021/cm301039a]
  62. Yu-Chieh Tu, Jhin-Fong Lin, Wei-Chun Lin, Chi-Ping Liu, Jing-Jong Shyue and Wei-Fang Su* "Improving Electron Mobility of TiO2 Nanorods for Enhanced Efficiency of Polymer-Nanoparticle Solar Cell" CrystEngComm 14 [14] 4772-4776 (2012).[DOI: 10.1039/C2CE25489A]
  63. Hsueh-Chung Liao, Chia-Hsin Lee, Yi-Chen Ho, Meng-Huan Jao, Chieh-Ming Tsai, Chih-Min Chuang, Jing-Jong Shyue, Yang-Fang Chen* and Wei-Fang Su "Diketopyrrolopyrrole-based Oligomer Modified TiO2 Nanorods for Air-stable and All Solution Processed Poly(3-hexyl thiophene):TiO2 Bulk Heterojunction Inverted Solar Cell" Journal of Materials Chemistry 22 [21] 10589-10596 (2012). [DOI: 10.1039/c2jm30334e]
  64. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Pei-Yu Hwang, Cheng-Wei Lin, Wei-Ben Wang, Yung-Cheng Jou, Yu-Lin Chen, Jing-Jong Shyue, Shih-Ming Shen, Sun-Zen Chen "High-Efficiency Low Color Temperature Organic Light Emitting Diodes with Solution-Processed Emissive Layer" Organic Electronics 13 [5] 899-904 (2012). [DOI: 10.1016/j.orgel.2011.12.021]
  65. Hua-Yang Liao, Meng-Hung Tsai, Yun-Wen You, Hsun-Yun Chang, Chih-Chieh Huang and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Dramatically Enhanced Oxygen Uptake and Ionization Yield of Positive Secondary Ions with C60+ Sputtering" Analytical Chemisty 84 [7] 3355-3361 (2012). [DOI: 10.1021/ac300147g]
  66. Kuo-Pi Tseng, Ming-Tzu Kao, Tim Wen-Tin Tsai, Chia-Huei Hsu, Jerry Chun-Chung Chan, Jing-Jong Shyue, Shih-Sheng Sun and Ken-Tsung Wong* "Manipulating the Nanostructure of Organogels Generated from Molecules with a 3-Dimensional Truxene Core" Chemical Communications 48 [29] 3515-3517 (2012). [DOI: 10.1039/c2cc00099g]
  67. Chi-Jen Chang, Hsun-Yun Chang, Yun-Wen You, Hua-Yang Liao, Yu-Ting Kuo, Wei-Lun Kao, Guo-Ji Yen, Meng-Hung Tsai, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Parallel Detection, Quantification, and Depth Profiling of Peptides with D-SIMS Ionized by C60+-Ar+ Co-Sputtering" Analytica Chimica Acta 718 64-69 (2012). [DOI: 10.1016/j.aca.2011.12.064]
  68. Yun-Wen You, Hsun-Yun Chang, Wei-Chun Lin, Che-Hung Kuo, Szu-Hsian Lee, Wei-Lun Kao, Guo-Ji Yen, Chi-Jen Chang, Chi-Ping Liu, Chih-Chieh Huang, Hua-Yang Liao and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Molecular Dynamic-Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (D-SIMS) Ionized by C60+-Ar+ Co-Sputtering" Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 25 [19] 2897-2904 (2011). [DOI: 10.1002/rcm.5181]
  69. Che-Hung Kuo, Chi-Ping Liu, Szu-Hsian Lee, Hsun-Yun Chang, Wei-Chun Lin, Yun-Wen You, Hua-Yang Liao, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Effect of Surface Chemical Composition on the Work Function of Silicon Substrates Modified by Binary Self-Assembled Monolayers" Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 [33] 15122-15126 (2011). [DOI: 10.1039/C1CP20590K]
  70. Kuo-Pi Tseng, Fu-Chuan Fang, Jing-Jong Shyue, Ken-Tsung Wong,* Guillaume Raffy, André Del Guerzo, and Dario M. Bassani* "Spontaneous Generation of Highly Emissive RGB Organic Nano-Spheres" Angewandte Chemie International Edition 50 [31] 7032-7036 (2011). [DOI: 10.1002/anie.201101945] Chosen as Hot Paper by Editor
  71. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Wei-Ben Wang, Shih-Ming Shen, Sudhir Kumar, I-Ming Lai, Jing-Jong Shyue, Simona Lengvinaite, Rasa Zostautiene, Juozas V. Grazulevicius, Saulius Grigalevicius, Sun-Zen Chen and Chung-Chih Wu "Highly Efficient Blue Organic Light-Emissing Diode with an Oligomeric Host having High Triplet-Energy and High Electron Mobility" Journal of Materials Chemistry 21 [26] 9546-9552 (2011). [DOI: 10.1039/c1jm10609k]
  72. Yung-Chen Cheng , Ying-Shen Kuo, Yun-Hsiu Li, Jing-Jong Shyue, and Miin-Jang Chen* "Stable p-type ZnO Films Grown by Atomic Layer Deposition on GaAs Substrates and Treated by Post-Deposition Rapid Thermal Annealing" Thin Solid Films 519 [16] 5558-5561 (2011). [DOI: 10.1016/j.tsf.2011.02.072]
  73. Kuo-Hsiung Tseng, Yu-Chun Chen and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Continuous Synthesis of Colloidal Silver Nanoparticles by Electrochemical Discharge in Aqueous Solutions" Journal of Nanoparticle Research 13 [5] 1865-1872 (2011). [DOI: 10.1007/s11051-010-9937-y]
  74. Yung-Kang Peng, Chih-Wei Lai, Chien-Liang Liu, Hsieh-Chih Chen, Yi-Hsuan Hsiao, Wei-Liang Liu, Kuo-Chun Tang, Yun Chi, Jong-Kai Hsiao,* Kun-Eng Lim, Hung-En Liao, Jing-Jong Shyue and Pi-Tai Chou* "A New and Facile Method to Prepare Uniform Hollow MnO/Functionalized-mSiO2 Core/Shell Nanocomposites" ACS Nano 5 [5] 4177-4187 (2011). [DOI: 10.1021/nn200928r]
  75. Kang-Jung Lo, Hua-Yang Liao, Hsiu-Wei Cheng, Wei-Chun Lin, Bang-Ying Yu, Jing-Jong Shyue, and Che-Chen Chang* "Polyol Synthesis of Polycrystalline Cuprous Oxide Nanoribbons and Their Growth Chemistry" Journal of Nanoparticle Research 13 [2] 669-682 (2011). [DOI: 10.1007/s11051-010-0064-6]
  76. Chi-Che Tseng, Wei-Hsun Lin, Shung-Yi Wu, Bang-Ying Yu, Shu-Han Chen, Shih-Yen Lin,* Jing-Jong Shyue and Meng-Chyi Wu "The Influence of As on the Morphologies and Optical Characteristics of GaSb/GaAs Quantum Dots" IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics 47 [3] 335-339 (2011). [DOI: 10.1109/JQE.2010.2089041]
  77. Szu-Hsian Lee, Wei-Chun Lin, Chi-Jen Chang, Chih-Chieh Huang, Chi-Ping Liu, Che-Hung Kuo, Hsun-Yun Chang, Yun-Wen You, Wei-Lun Kao, Guo-Ji Yen, Ding-Yuan Kuo, Yu-Ting Kuo, Meng-Hung Tsai, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Effect of the Chemical Composition on the Work Function of Gold Substrates Modified by Binary Self-Assembled Monolayers" Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 [10] 4335-4339 (2011). [DOI: 10.1039/C0CP02437F]
  78. Wei-Chun Lin, Chi-Ping Liu, Che-Hung Kuo, Hsun-Yun Chang, Chi-Jen Chang, Tung-Han Hsieh, Szu-Hsian Lee, Yun-Wen You, Wei-Lun Kao, Guo-Ji Yen, Chih-Chieh Huang, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "The Role of the Auxiliary Atomic Ion Beam in C60+-Ar+ Co-Sputtering" Analyst 136 [5] 941-946 (2011). [DOI: 10.1039/C0AN00642D] Invited Contribution
  79. Che-Hung Kuo, Hsun-Yun Chang, Chi-Ping Liu, Szu-Hsian Lee, Yun-Wen You, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Effect of Surface Chemical Composition on the Surface Potential and Iso-Electric Point of Silicon Substrates Modified with Self-Assembled Monolayers" Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 [9] 3649-3653 (2011). [DOI: 10.1039/C0CP02615H]
  80. Bang-Ying Yu, Che-Hung Kuo, Wei-Ben Wang, Guo-Ji Yen, Shin-ichi Iida, Sun-Zen Chen, Wei-Chun Lin, Szu-Hsian Lee, Wei-Lun Kao, Chia-Yi Liu, Hsun-Yun Chang, Yun-Wen You, Chi-Jen Chang, Chi-Ping Liu, Jwo-Huei Jou, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "ToF-SIMS Imaging of the Nanoscale Phase Separation in Polymeric Light Emitting Diodes: Effect of Nanostructure on Device Efficiency" Analyst 136 [4] 716-723 (2011). [DOI: 10.1039/C0AN00335B] Invited Contribution
  81. Chi-Ping Liu, Wei-Ben Wang, Cheng-Wei Lin, Wei-Chun Lin, Chia-Yi Liu, Che-Hung Kuo, Szu-Hsian Lee, Wei-Lun Kao, Guo-Ji Yen, Yun-Wen You, Hsun-Yun Chang, Jwo-Huei Jou,* and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Molecular Migration Behaviors in Organic Light-Emitting Diodes with Different Host Structures Examined with Cluster-Ion Depth Profiling" Organic Electronics 12 [2] 376-382 (2011). [DOI: 10.1016/j.orgel.2010.12.005]
  82. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Wei-Ben Wang, Mao-Feng Hsu, Chin-Ti Chen, Jing-Jong Shyue, Chun-Jan Wang, Cheng-Wei Lin, Sun-Zen Chen, Shih-Ming Shen, and Chi-Ping Liu "High-Efficiency Blue Organic Light-Emitting Diode Using a 3,5-di(9H-carbazol-9-yl)tetraphenylsilane Host via Solution-Process" Journal of Materials Chemistry 20 [38] 8411-8416 (2010). [DOI: 10.1039/c0jm01163k]
  83. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Wei-Ben Wang, Mao-Feng Hsu, Jing-Jong Shyue,* Chuan-Huan Chiu, I-Ming Lai, Sun-Zen Chen, Po-Shien Wu, Cheng-Chung Chen, Chi-Ping Liu, and Shih-Ming Shen "Extraordinarily High Efficiency Improvement for OLEDs with with High Surface-Charge Polymeric Nano-Dots" ACS Nano 4 [7] 4054-4060 (2010). [DOI: 10.1021/nn100357m] Highlighted by NPG Asia Materials.
  84. Y. J. Chen,* G. Y. Jhan, G. L. Cai, C. S. Lin, M. S. Wong, S.-C. Ke, H. H. Lo, C. L. Cheng, and J.-J. Shyue "Identification of Carbon Sensitization for the Visible-Light Photocatalytic Titanium Oxide" Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A 28 [4] 779-782 (2010). [DOI: 10.1116/1.3278514]
  85. Szu-Hsian Lee, Wei-Chun Lin, Che-Hung Kuo, Manuel Karakachian, Yu-Chin Lin, Bang-Ying Yu, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Photo-Oxidation of Amine-Terminated Self-Assembled Monolayers on Gold" Journal of Physical Chemistry C 114 [23] 10512-10519 (2010). [DOI: 10.1021/jp101426h]
  86. Bang-Ying Yu, Chia-Yi Liu, Wei-Chun Lin, Wei-Ben Wang, I-Ming Lai, Sun-Zen Chen, Szu-Hsian Lee, Che-Hung Kuo, Wei-Lun Kao, Yun-Wen You, Chi-Ping Liu, Hsun-Yun Chang, Jwo-Huei Jou, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Effect of Fabrication Parameters on Three-Dimensional Nanostructures and Device Efficiency of Polymer Light Emitting Diodes" ACS Nano 4 [5] 2547-2554 (2010). [DOI: 10.1021/nn901593c]
  87. Jwo-Huei Jou*, Shih-Ming Shen, Szu-Hao Chen, Ming-Hsuan Wu, Wei-Ben Wang, Hsi-Ching Wang, Chuen-Ren Lin, Yi-Chieh Jou, and Jing-Jong Shyue "Highly efficient orange-red phosphorescent organic light-emitting diode using 2,7-Bis(carbazo-9-yl)-9,9-ditolyfluorene as the host" Applied Physics Letters 96, 143306 (2010). [DOI: 10.1063/1.3374326]
  88. Bang-Ying Yu, Wei-Chun Lin, Wei-Ben Wang, Shin-ichi Iida, Sun-Zen Chen, Chia-Yi Liu, Che-Hung Kuo, Szu-Hsian Lee, Wei-Lun Kao, Guo-Ji Yen, Yun-Wen You, Chi-Ping Liu, Jwo-Huei Jou, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Effect of Fabrication Parameters on Three-Dimensional Nanostructures of Bulk-Heterojunctions Imaged by High-Resolution Scanning ToF-SIMS" ACS Nano 4 [4] 833-840 (2010). [DOI: 10.1021/nn9014449]
  89. Chang-Ken Chen, Hsing-Hung Hsieh, Jing-Jong Shyue, and Chung-Chih Wu* "The Influence of Channel Compositions on the Electrical Properties of Solution-Processed Indium-Zinc Oxide Thin Film Transistors" IEEE Journal of Display Technology 5 [12] 509-514 (2009). [DOI: 10.1109/JDT.2009.2024437]
  90. Bang-Ying Yu, Wei-Chun Lin, Jen-Hsien Huang, Chih-Wei Chu, Yu-Chin Lin, Che-Hung Kuo, Szu-Hsian Lee, Ken-Tseng Wong, Kuo-Chuan Ho and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Three-Dimensional Nanoscale Imaging of Polymer Bulk-Heterojunction Materials by Scanning Electrical Potential Microscopy and C60+ Cluster Ion Slicing" Analytical Chemistry 81 [21] 8936-8941 (2009). [DOI: 10.1021/ac901588t]
  91. Yu-Chin Lin, Bang-Ying Yu, Wei-Chun Lin, Szu-Hsian Lee, Che-Hung Kuo, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Tailoring the Surface Potential of Gold Nanoparticles with Self-Assembled Monolayers with Mixed Functional Groups" Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 340 [1] 126-130 (2009). [DOI: 10.1016/j.jcis.2009.08.014]
  92. Jwo-Huei Jou*, Mao-Feng Hsu, Wei-Ben Wang, Chih-Lung Chin, Yu-Chiao Chung, Chin-Ti Chen, Jing-Jong Shyue, Shih-Ming Shen, Ming-Hsuan Wu, Wen-Chuan Chang, Chi-Ping Liu, Sun-Zen Chen and Hung-Yang Chen "Solution-Processable, High-Molecule-Based Trifluoromethyl-Iridium Complex for Extraordinarily High Efficiency Blue-Green Organic Light-Emitting Diode" Chemistry of Materials 21 [13] 2565-2567 (2009). [DOI: 10.1021/cm900387a]
  93. Wei-Chun Lin, Szu-Hsian Lee, Manuel Karakachian, Bang-Ying Yu, Ying-Yu Chen, Yu-Chin Lin, Che-Hung Kuo and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Tuning the Surface Potential of Gold Substrates with Self-Assembled Monolayers with Mixed Functional Groups" Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 11 [29] 6199-6204 (2009). [DOI: 10.1039/B902044F]
  94. Wei-Chun Lin, Wei-Ben Wang, Yu-Chin Lin, Bang-Ying Yu, Ying-Yu Chen, Mao-Feng Hsu, Jwo-Huei Jou and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Electron Migration of Small Molecules during the Degradation of Organic Light-Emitting Diodes" Organic Electronics 10 [4] 581-586 (2009). [DOI: 10.1016/j.orgel.2009.02.012]
  95. Yu-Chin Lin, Ying-Yu Chen, Bang-Ying Yu, Wei-Chun Lin, Che-Hung Kuo and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Sputter-Induced Chemical Transformation in Oxoanions by Combination of C60+ and Ar+ Ion Beams Analyzed with X-ray Photoelectron Spectrometry" Analyst 134 [5] 945-951 (2009). [DOI: 10.1039/B814729A]
  96. Wei-Chun Lin, Yu-Chin Lin, Wei-Ben Wang, Bang-Ying Yu, Shin-ichi Iida, Miyako Tozu, Mao-Feng Hsu, Jwo-Huei Jou and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Effect of Fabrication Process on the Microstructure and the Efficiency of Organic Light Emitting Diode" Organic Electronics 10 [3] 459-464 (2009). [DOI: 10.1016/j.orgel.2009.01.013]
  97. Ying-Yu Chen, Bang-Ying Yu, Jung-Hui Wang, Rebecca E. Cochran, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Template-Based Fabrication of Titanate Nanotubes" Inorganic Chemistry 48 [2] 681-686 (2009). [DOI: 10.1021/ic8018887]
  98. Shu-Ting Chou, Shih-Yen Lin, Bonnie Yu, Jing-Jong Shyue, Chi-Che Tseng, Cheng-Nan Chen, Meng-Chyi Wu and Wei Lin "The Influence of Interface Roughness on the Normal Incident Absorption of Quantum-Well Infrared Photodetectors" Thin Solid Film 517 [5] 1799-1802 (2009). [DOI: 10.1016/j.tsf.2008.09.066]
  99. Sung-En Lin, Bang-Ying Yu, Jing-Jong Shuye and Wen-Cheng J. Wei* "Photoluminescence and Microstructure Investigation of SiO2@Y:Eu Photonic Bandgap Crystals" J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 91 [12] 3976-3980 (2008). [DOI: 10.1111/j.1551-2916.2008.02802.x]
  100. Bang-Ying Yu, Ying-Yu Chen,Wei-Chun Lin, Yu-Chin Lin and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Sputter Damage in Si (001) Surface by Combination of C60+ and Ar+ Ion Beams" Applied Surface Sciences 255 [5] 2490-2493 (2008). [DOI: 10.1016/j.apsusc.2008.07.132]
  101. Yu-Chin Lin, Bang-Ying Yu, Wei-Chun Lin, Ying-Yu Chen and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Site-Selective Deposition of Gold on Photo-Patterned Self-Assembled Monolayers" Chem. Mater. 20 [21] 6606-6610 (2008). [DOI: 10.1021/cm8022456]
  102. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Wei-Ben Wang, Cheng-Chung Chen, Ming-Hsuan Wu, Mao-Feng Hsu, Shih-Ming Shen, Yu-Chiao Chung, Jing-Jong Shyue "High-Efficiency Phosphorescent and Fluorescent Pure-White Organic Light-Emitting Diodes by Incorporating Small Nano-Dot in Non-emissive Layer" IEICE Transactions on Electronics E91C [10] 1532-1535 (2008). [DOI: 10.1093/ietele/e91-c.10.1532]
  103. Bang-Ying Yu, Ating Tsai, Shu-Ping Tsai, Ken-Tsung Wong, Yang Yang, Chih-Wei Chu* and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Efficient Inverted Solar Cells using TiO2 Nanotube Arrays" Nanotechnology 19 255202 (2008). [DOI: 10.1088/0957-4484/19/25/255202]
  104. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Mao-Feng Hsu , Wei-Ben Wang Chi-Ping Liu, Zhao-Chin Wong, Jing-Jong Shyue and Chung-Che Chiang "Small Polymeric Nano-Dot Enhanced Pure-White Organic Light Emitting Diode" Organic Electronics 9 [3] 291-295 (2008). [DOI: 10.1016/j.orgel.2007.11.005]
  105. Bang-Ying Yu, Ying-Yu Chen, Wei-Ben Wang, Mao-Feng Hsu, Shu-Ping Tsai, Wei-Chun Lin, Yu-Chin Lin, Jwo-Huei Jou, Chih-Wei Chu, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Depth Profiling of Organic Films with X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Using C60+ and Ar+ Co-Sputtering" Analytical Chemistry 80 [9] 3412-3415 (2008). [DOI: 10.1021/ac702626n]
  106. Chia-Cheng Kang, Chih-Wei Lai, Hsin-Chieh Peng, Jing-Jong Shyue* and Pi-Tai Chou* "2D Self-Bundled CdS Nanorods with Micrometer Dimension in the Absence of External Directing Process" ACS Nano 2 [4] 750-756 (2008). [DOI: 10.1021/nn800020h]
  107. Yanfeng Gao, H.-Y. Miao, H.-J. Lui, Masayuki Nagai, and Jing-Jong Shyue "Morphological and Crystallographic Transformation of ZnO in Solution" J. Phys. Chem. C. 112 [5] 1498-1506 (2008). [DOI: 10.1021/jp075687p]
  108. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Cheng-Chung Chen, Yu-Chiao Chung, Mao-Feng Hsu, Ching-Hsuan Wu, Shih-Ming Shen, Ming-Hsuan Wu, Wei-Ben Wang, Yung-Cheng Tsai, Chung-Pei Wang, and Jing-Jong Shyue "Nanodot-Enhanced White OLEDs with Mixed-Host Structure" Adv. Funct. Mater. 18 [1] 121-126 (2008). [DOI: 10.1002/adfm.200700436]
  109. Ying-Yu Chen, Bang-Ying Yu, Mao-Feng Hsu, Wei-Ben Wang, Wei-Chun Lin, Yu-Chin Lin, Jwo-Huei Jou and Jing-Jong Shyue* "X-ray Photoelectron Spectrometry Depth Profiling of Organic Thin Films Using C60 Sputtering" Analytical Chemistry 80 [2] 501-505 (2008). [DOI: 10.1021/ac701899a]
  110. Yanfeng Gao, Masayuki Nagai, Tien-Chih Chang and Jing-Jong Shyue "Solution-derived ZnO Nanowire Array Film as Photoelectrode in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells" Crystal Growth & Design 7 [12] 2467-2471 (2007). [DOI: 10.1021/cg060934k]
  111. Chia-Cheng Kang, Chih-Wei Lai, Hsin-Chieh Peng, Jing-Jong Shyue* and Pi-Tai Chou* "Surfactant/Tempertaure Controlled CdS Nanowire Formation" Small 3 [11] 1882-1885 (2007). [DOI: 10.1002/smll.200700390]
  112. Yanju Wang, Karla K Coti, Jun Wang, Maksudul M. Alam, Jing-Jong Shyue, Weixing Lu, Nitin P. Padture* and Hsian-Rong Tseng* "Individually Addressable Crystalline Conducting Polymer Nanowires in a Microelectrode Sensor Array" Nanotechnology 18 424027(2007). [DOI:10.1088/0957-4484/18/42/424021]
  113. Rebecca E. Cochran, Jing-Jong Shyue and Nitin P. Padture* "Template-Based, Near-Ambient Synthesis of Crystalline Metal-Oxide Nanotubes, Nanowires and Co-Axial Nanotubes" Acta Materialia 55 3007-3014 (2007). [DOI:10.1016/j.actamat.2007.01.005]
  114. Jing-Jong Shyue and Nitin P. Padture* "Template-Directed, Near-Ambient Synthesis of Au-TiO2-Au Heterojunction Nanowires Mediated by Self-Assembled Monolayers (SAMs)" Mater. Lett. 61 [1] 182-185 (2007). [DOI: 10.1016/j.matlet.2006.04.100]
  115. Jing-Jong Shyue, Rebecca E. Cochran and Nitin P. Padture* "Transparent-Conducting, Gas-Sensing Nanostructures of Anatase TiO2 Synthesized at Near-Ambient Conditions" J. Mater. Res. 21 [11] 2894-2903 (2006). [DOI: 10.1557/JMR.2006.0352]
  116. Jing-Jong Shyue and Mark R. De Guire* "Deposition of Titanium-Vanadium Oxide Thin Films on Organic Self-Assembled Monolayers: Role of Complexing Agents" Chem. Mater. 17 [22] 5550-5557 (2005). [DOI: 10.1021/cm051279r]
  117. Jing-Jong Shyue and Mark R. De Guire* "Single-Step Preparation of Mesoporous, Anatase-based Titanium-Vanadium Oxide and Its Application" J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127 [36] 12736-12742 (2005). [DOI: 10.1021/ja0536365]
  118. Jing-Jong Shyue and Mark R. De Guire* "Deposition of Vanadium (V) Oxide Thin Films on Nitrogen-Containing Self-Assembled Monolayers" Chem. Mater. 17 [4] 787-794 (2005). [DOI: 10.1021/cm048501x]
  119. Jing-Jong Shyue, Yin Tang, and Mark R. De Guire* "Forces between Nitrogen-Containing Self-Assembled Monolayers (SAMs) and Zirconia Particles in Aqueous Solutions" J. Mater. Chem. 15 [2] 323-330 (2005). [DOI: 10.1039/b405788k]
  120. Jing-Jong Shyue, Mark R. De Guire*, Tsuyoshi Nakanishi, Yoshitake Masuda, Kunihito Koumoto, and Chaim N. Sukenik "Acid-Base Properties and Zeta Potentials of Self-Assembled Monolayers Obtained via In-Situ Transformations," Langmuir 20 [20] 8693-8698 (2004). [DOI: 10.1021/la049247q]
  121. Tien-Min Yuan, Yu-Tsai Hsieh, Sue-Min Yeh, Jing-Jong Shyue, and Tien-Yau Luh* "Tunable C2-Chiral 1,2-Diols. Syntheses of 1,4-Bis-Alkoxybutane-2S,3S-diols" SYNLETT 53-55 (1996).

Patent

  1. Kwang-Ming Lee, Jing-Jong Shyue, Sarah Y. Chang, Thomas C. Yang "Excitation-Dependent Fluorescent Organic Nanoparticles" United States Patent US2015/0064799 A1 (2015/3/5).
  2. Kwang-Ming Lee, Jing-Jong Shyue, Sarah Y. Chang, Thomas C. Yang "Excitation-Dependent Fluorescent Organic Nanoparticles" Taiwan Patent TW201508046A (2015/3/1).

Conference Proceedings

  1. Chun-Hsien Chen, Jay Shieh, Jing-Jong Shyue "Architecture, Optical Absorption, and Photocurrent Response of TiO2-SrTiO3 and TiO2-CeO2 Nanostructured Composites" Proc. SPIE 8793 87931E (2013) Fourth International Conference on Smart Materials and Nanotechnology in Engineering. [DOI: 10.1117/12.2026761]
  2. Jui-Fen Chien, Ching Chen, Jing-Jong Shyue, and Miin-Jang Chen* "Local Electronic Structure and UV Electroluminescence of n-ZnO:N/p-GaN Heterojunction LEDs Grown by Remote Plasma Atomic Layer Deposition" MRS Proceedings 1432 (2012). [DOI: 10.1557/opl.2012.1026]
  3. Chun-Hsien Chen, Jay Shieh*, Chao-Sung Lin, Jing-Jong Shyue "Photocatalytic Behaviors of TiO2-SrTiO3 Composite Thin Film and Nanostructure" Proceedings of the ASME 2011 Conference on Smart Materials, Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Systems, Phoenix, Arizona, September 18-21, 2011. [DOI: 10.1115/SMASIS2011-4956]
  4. Jwo-Huei Jou,* Cheng-Chung Chen, Wei-Ben Wang, Mao-Feng Hsu, Chun-Jan Wang, Chin-Ti Chen, Min-Fei Wu, Hung-Yang Chen, Jing-Jong Shyue, Chih-Lung Chin "A new door for molecular-based organic light-emitting diodes" Proc. SPIE 7051 70510P (2008). [DOI: 10.1117/12.794184]
  5. Jwo-Huei Jou, Wei-Ben Wang, Mao-Feng Hsu, Chi-Ping Liu, Cheng-Chung Chen, Chun-Jan Wang, Yung-Cheng Tsai, Jing-Jong Shyue, Sung-Cheng Hu, Chung-Che Chiang, and He Wang "Small Nano-dot Incorporated High-efficiency Phosphorescent Blue Organic Light-emitting Diode" PIERS Online 4 [3] 351-355 (2008). [DOI: 10.2529/PIERS070827062209]
  6. Jing-Jong Shyue and Mark R. De Guire*, "Deposition of Titanium-Vanadium Oxide Films on Organic Self-Assembled Monolayers," Trans. MRS-J 29 [5] 2383-2386 (2004). Proceedings of IUMRS-ICAM 2003 (8th International Conference on Advanced Materials), Yokohama, Japan, October 8-13, 2003.
  7. Jing-Jong Shyue and Mark R. De Guire*, "Designing Substrates for Bioinspired Processing of Vanadium Oxide Hydrate (V2O5 nH2O) Thin Films," Advances in Science and Technology 31 469-480 (2003). Proceedings of CIMTEC 2002 (10th International Ceramics Congress and 3rd Forum on New Materials), Florence, Italy, July 14-18, 2002, P. Vincenzini, ed.

Invited Presentations

  1. "Depth Profiling of Soft Materials with Cluster-Atomic Ion Co-Sputter", The Scientific International Symposium on SIMS and Related Techniques Based on Ion-Solid Interactions (SISS-10), Kyoto, May 11 2017. (Session Chair in Instrumentation & Application)
  2. "Depth Profiling of Soft Materials with Cluster-Atomic Ion Co-Sputter", The 6th Chinese National Conference on Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS China VI), Dalian, October 5 2016. (Keynote Speaker)
  3. "Depth Profiling of Soft Materials with Cluster-Atomic Ion Co-Sputter", Taipei Medical University, October 10 2016.
  4. "Depth Profiling of Soft Materials with Cluster-Atomic Ion Co-Sputter", Surface Analysis Technical and Applications Seminar on X-ray Photo Electron Spectroscopy, Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech and Nano-Bionics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, September 12 2016. (表面分析技术光电子能谱仪应用研讨会,中國科學院蘇州納米技術與納米仿生研究所)
  5. "Depth Profiling of Soft Materials with Cluster-Atomic Ion Co-Sputter", 2016 Surface Analysis User Meeting and Technical Seminar, Kunming University of Science and Technology, August 12 2016. (Keynote Speaker, 2016年全國表面分析科學與技術應用學術會議,高校分析測試中心研究會、全國微束分析標準化技術委員會、表面分析技術委員會、北京分析測試協會表面分析專業委員會、昆明理工大學分析測試研究中心、國家大型科學儀器中心-北京電子能譜中心,大會報告)
  6. "Effect of Surface Potential on Protein Adsorption and Cell Behaviors", 4th QCM-D Scientific Conference, South China University of Technology, November 9 2015.
  7. "Surface Analysis with in situ Cluster-Ion Sputtering for Analyzing the Structure Inside Organic Electronics", 2014 Taiwan-Japan Symposium of Frontier Research on Applications of Organometallics and Atomic Layers, National Taipei University of Technology and Grand-in-Aid "Science of Atomic Layers" MEXT (Japan), December 27 2014.
  8. "Correlative Microscopy", The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel-Academia Sinica Bilateral Workshop on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Academia Sinica, November 15 2013.
  9. "Molecular Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry for Label-Free 3D Imaging of Soft Maters", Insitude of Biotechnology in Medicine, Department of Biotechnology and Laboratory Science in Medicine, National Yang-Ming University, November 07 2013.
  10. "Nanoscale Imaging and Analysis of Soft Materials using Cluster Ion Beam", Department of Chemistry, National Kaohsiung Normal University, 18 March 2013.
  11. "Scanning Ion Microscopy", Institute of Cellular and Organismic Biology, Academia Sinica, 5 February 2013.
  12. "Nanoscale Imaging and Analysis of Organic Electronic Devices Using Cluster Ion Beam", Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Feng Chia University, 19 December 2012.
  13. "Nanoscale Imaging and Analysis of Organic Electronic Devices Using Cluster Ion Beam", Department of Chemistry, Soochow University, 21 November 2012.
  14. "High Speed EDS Elemental Mapping: Silicon Drift Detectors with High Solid Angle", Taiwan Vacuum Society, 10 August 2012.
  15. "Molecular Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry for Label-Free 3D Imaging of Soft Maters", Nano Project, Academia Sinica, 27 April 2012.
  16. "Nanoscale Imaging and Analysis of Organic Electronic Devices Using Cluster Ion Beam", Institute of Atom and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica, 15 March 2012.
  17. "Nanoscale Imaging and Analysis of Organic Electronic Devices Using Cluster Ion Beam", Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, National Taiwan University, 5 December 2011.
  18. "Molecular Migration Behaviors in Organic Light-Emitting Diodes with Different Host Structures", Asian Conference on Organic Electronics (A-COE) 2011, 5 November 2011.
  19. "Adsorption of Plasmid DNA on the Binary Self-Assembled Monolayers Modified QCM Chip", QCM-D Scientific World Tour 2011, 20 October 2011.
  20. "Nanoscale Imaging and Analysis of Organic Electronic Devices Using Cluster Ion Beam", Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Dong Hua University, 21 June 2011.
  21. "Nanoscale Imaging and Analysis of Organic Electronic Devices Using Cluster Ion Beam", Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Central University, 25 June 2011.
  22. "Nanoscale Imaging and Analysis of Organic Electronic Devices Using Cluster Ion Beam", Asian Conference on Organic Electronics (A-COE) and Asian Symposium on Organic Materials for Electronics and Photonics (ASOMEP), 5 November 2010.
  23. "Nanoscale Imaging and Analysis of Organic Electronic Devices Using Cluster Ion Beam", Department of Chemistry, National Tamkang University, 14 June 2010.
  24. "Nanoscale Imaging and Analysis of Organic Electronic Devices Using Cluster Ion Beam", Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium, 23 March 2010.
  25. "Nanoscale Imaging and Analysis of Organic Electronic Devices Using Cluster Ion Beam", Institute of Applied Mechanics, National Taiwan University, 28 September 2009.
  26. "Analysis of Organic Electronics using X-ray Photoelectron Spectrometry with in situ C60+and Ar+ Co-Sputtering", Taiwan and Japan bilateral conference: Current Status and Development of Surface Characterization in Nanotechnology and Materials Research, 1-2 December 2008.
  27. "Depth profiling of Organic Films using mixed C60+and Ar+ Ion-Sputtering", Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Sun Yat-sen University, 15 October 2008.
  28. "Depth Profiling of Organic Electronics using C60+and Ar+ Co-Sputtering", in Taiwan-Japan Symposium on Surface-Interface Science and Nano-Soft Material, 7-10 August 2008.
  29. "XPS Depth-Profiling of Organic Multilayer Thin-Films", 2008 ULVAC-PHI Technical Symposium, 2-6 June 2008.
  30. "Depth profiling of Organic Films using mixed C60+and Ar+ Ion-Sputtering", National Chung Hsing University, 10 April 2008.
  31. "Depth profiling of Organic Films using mixed C60+and Ar+ Ion-Sputtering", National Dong Hua University, 10 March 2008.
  32. "XPS Depth-Profiling of Organic Multilayer Thin-Films", Surface Analysis Users' Club, 28 June 2007.
  33. "Aqueous Synthesis of Nanostructured Oxides and Their Properties", National Kaohsiung Normal University, 20 May 2007.
  34. "Template-Directed Synthesis of Oxide Titania Nanowires and Nano-Tubes Using Aqueous Precursors", Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 18 October 2006.
  35. "Transmission Electron Microscopy: Theories and Applications (a short course to TEM and HREM)", Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan University, 11 July 2006.
  36. "Template-Directed Synthesis of Oxide Titania Nanowires and Nano-Tubes Using Aqueous Precursors", Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 6 June 2006.
  37. "Soft Solution Processes for Functional Nano-materials ", Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 29 September 2005.
  38. "Soft Solution Processes for Functional Nano-materials ", Research Center for Applied Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 22 April 2005.
  39. "Bio-inspired Solution Processes for Functional Nano-materials ", Department of Chemical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, 22 April 2005.
  40. "Introduction to Chemical and Instrument Database", Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 21 April 2005.
  41. "Titanium-Vanadium Oxide Materials", Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, 30 November 2004.
  42. "Deposition of Titanium-Vanadium Oxide Materials from Aqueous Solutions via Co-deposition", Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 29 July 2004.
  43. "Organic Self-Assembled Monolayers on Silicon Substrates: In-situ Transformations, Properties, and Applications", in Department of Chemistry, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 26 July 2004.
  44. "Nano Technologies", in division 3480, International Rotary Club of Yung Ho East, Taiwan, 21 July 2004.
  45. "Recent Developments on Self-Assembled Monolayers (SAMs) at Case Western Reserve University," in Department of Applied Chemistry, Nagoya University, Japan, October 2003.
  46. "Introduction to Internationalization Applications Chinese Localization Project," in Open Source Workshop 2000, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, July 2000.

Conference Presentations

  1. Yi-Wei Lee, Wei-lun Kao, Hsun-Yun Chang and Jing-Jong Shyue "Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation (QCM-D) Study of Bacterial Attachment Process on Surfaces of Different Hydrophilicity" in 253rd ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, California, 2 April 2017.
  2. Shin-Kung Wang, Yi-Hsuan Chu, Hsun-Yun Chang and Jing-Jong Shyue "Effect of Energy per Atom (E/n) in Ar Gas Cluster Ion Beam (GCIB, Arn+) and O2+ Cosputter" in 253rd ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, California, 2 April 2017.
  3. Wei-Chun Lin,* Hsun-Yun Chang, Kevin Abbasi, Jing-Jong Shyue and Clemens Burda "3-Dimensional In-Situ ToF-SIMS Imaging of Perovskite Films Under Controlled Humidity Environmental Conditions" in 2016 MRS-Spring Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, 29 March 2016.
  4. Wei-Chun Lin,* Lili Wang, Yun-Wen You, Jing-Jong Shyue and Clemens Burda "Observation of CH3NH3PbI3 Diffusion into the Titania Layer During Operation of Perovskite Solar Cells" in 2016 MRS-Spring Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, 29 March 2016.
  5. Yun-Wen You,* Hsun-Yun Chang, Wei-Lun Kao, Chen-Yi Wu, Yu-Hsuan Lee and Jing-Jong Shyue "Effect of Cluster Size and Energy of Argon Gas Cluster Sputter Yields on the Depth Profiling of Organic Light-Emitting Devices" in 251st ACS National Meeting, San Diego, California, 13 March 2016.
  6. Chen-Yi Wu,* Wei-Lun Kao, Hsun-Yun Chang, Kuo-Jui Chu and Jing-Jong Shyue "Coupling Paper-Based Micro-Fluidic Separation Devices and Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectroscopy for Analyzing Molecular Mixtures" in 251st ACS National Meeting, San Diego, California, 13 March 2016.
  7. Wei-Lun Kao,* Hsun-Yun Chang, Jiun-Hao Lin and Jing-Jong Shyue "Revealing the Effect of Zeta Potential in Cell Secreted Extracellular Matrix with Time-of-Fight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry" in 251st ACS National Meeting, San Diego, California, 13 March 2016.
  8. Yi-Hsuan Chu,* Hsun-Yun Chang, Wei-Lun Kao, Kuo-Jui Chu and Jing-Jong Shyue "Enhancement of Molecular-Ion Intensity by Ar2500+-O2+ Cosputtering for Depth Profiling of Soft Materials in Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry" in 249th ACS National Meeting, Denver, Colorado, 24 March 2015.
  9. Kuo-Jui Chu,* Hsun-Yun Chang, Wei-Lun Kao, Yi-Hsuan Chu and Jing-Jong Shyue "High-Throughput Parallel Detection and Quantification of Peptides with Paper-Based Microarray and Molecular Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (ToF-SIMS)" in 249th ACS National Meeting, Denver, Colorado, 24 March 2015.
  10. Hsunyun Chang* and Jing-Jong Shyue "3D Molecular Imaging of HEK293T Cell with Internalized Gold Nanoparticles using ToF-SIMS" in 249th ACS National Meeting, Denver, Colorado, 24 March 2015.
  11. Wei-Lun Kao,* Hsunyun Chang and Jing-Jong Shyue "Dynamic Observation of NIH3T3 Cells Adhesion Behaviors on Binary Self-Assembled Monolayers Modified Gold Surfaces" in 249th ACS National Meeting, Denver, Colorado, 22 March 2015.
  12. Yu-Ting Kuo* and Jing-Jong Shyue "Effect of Surface Potential on Cell Adhesion and Profliferation" in 247th ACS National Meeting, Dallas, Texas, 16 March 2014.
  13. Wei-Lun Kao* and Jing-Jong Shyue "Dynamic Observation of Cell Adhesion Behaviors on Binary Self-Assembled Monolayers Modified Gold Surfaces with Tunable Surface Potential" in 247th ACS National Meeting, Dallas, Texas, 16 March 2014.
  14. Jiun-Hao Lin* and Jing-Jong Shyue "Effect of Surface Potential on the Adsorption of Proteins" in 246th ACS National Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana, 9 September 2013.
  15. Hua-Yang Liao* and Jing-Jong Shyue "Enhancing the Sensitivity of Molecular Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry with C60+-O2+ Cosputtering" in 246th ACS National Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana, 8 September 2013.
  16. Chih-Chieh Huang,* Hsun-Yun Chang and Jing-Jong Shyue "Regulation of Cell Behaviors by Binary Self-Assembled Monolayers Modified Gold Surface" in 2013 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 3 April 2013.
  17. Hsun-Yun Chang* and Jing-Jong Shyue "Binary self-Assembled Monolayers Modified AuNPs as Carriers in Biological Applications" in 2013 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 3 April 2013.
  18. Hsueh-Chung Liao,* Meng-Huan Jao, Po-Hsuen Chen, Jing-Jong Shyue, Yang-Fang Chen and Wei-Fang Su "Facile Synthesis of Wurtzite Copper-Zinc-Tin-Sulfide Nanocrstals from Plasmonic Djurleite Nuclei" in 2013 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 5 April 2013.
  19. Meng-Hung Tsai* and Jing-Jong Shyue "Effect of specimen temperature on C60+-Ar+ co-sputtering of polymers" in 243rd ACS National Meeting, San Diego, 25 March 2012.
  20. Hua-Yang Liao* and Jing-Jong Shyue "Dramatically enhanced oxygen uptake and ionization yield with C60+ sputtering" in 243rd ACS National Meeting, San Diego, 25 March 2012.
  21. Hsun-Yun Chang,* Yun-Wen You, Hua-Yang Liao, Meng-Hung Tsai and Jing-Jong Shyue "Binary self-assembled monolayers modified Au nanoparticles as carriers in biological applications" in 243rd ACS National Meeting, San Diego, 27 March 2012.
  22. Chun-Hsien Chen,* Jay Shieh, Chao-Sung Lin, Jing-Jong Shyue "Photocatalytic behaviors of TiO2-SrTiO3 composite thin film and nanostructure" in ASME 2011 Conference on Smart Materials, Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Systems, Scottsdale, Arizona, 21 September 2011.
  23. Guo-Ji Yen,* Hsun-Yun Chang, Yun-Wen You, Wei-Chun Lin, Chia-Yi Liu, Che-Hung Kuo, Szu-Hsian Lee, Wei-Lun Kao, Chi-Ping Liu, Chi-Jen Chang, Chih-Chieh Huang, Mong-Hong Tsai, Jing-Jong Shyue "Interactions between Binary Self-Assembled Monolayer-Modified AFM Probes and Plasmid DNA in Aqueous Environments" in 2011 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 26 April 2011.
  24. Hsun-Yun Chang,* Yun-Wen You, Wei-Lun Kao, Guo-Ji Yen, Chi-Jen Chang, Jing-Jong Shyue "Binary Self-assembled Monolayers Modified Au Nanoparticles as Carriers in Biological Applications" in 2011 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 26 April 2011.
  25. Chi-Jen Chang,* Hsun-Yun Chang, Yun-Wen You, Wei-Lun Kao, Guo-Ji Yen, Meng-Hung Tsai, Jing-Jong Shyue "Parallel Detection and Quantification of Thin-film Peptides with Dynamic-secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (D-SIMS) Excited by C60+-Ar+ Co-sputtering" in 2011 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 27 April 2011.
  26. Yun-Wen You,* Hsun-Yun Chang, Wei-Lun Kao, Guo-Ji Yen, Chi-Jen Chang, and Jing-Jong Shyue "Tree-dimension Imaging of Fibroblast Cells by Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy with Various Tilting Angles" in 2011 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 28 April 2011.
  27. Yun-Wen You, Hsun-Yun Chang, Wei-Chun Lin, Chi-Jen Chang, and Jing-Jong Shyue* "Molecular Dynamic-secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (D-SIMS) Excited by C60+-Ar+ Co-ionization" in 2011 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 29 April 2011.
  28. Chia-Yi Liu,* Bonnie Yu, Wei-Chun Lin, Wei-Ben Wang, I-Ming Lai, Che-Hung Kuo, Szu-Hsian Lee, Wei-Lun Kao, Guo-Ji Yen, Yun-Wen You, Hsun-Yun Chang, Chi-Ping Liu, Jwo-Huei Jou, Jing-Jong Shyue, "Effect of Fabrication Parameters on Three-dimensional Nanostructures and Device Efficiency of Polymer Light Emitting Diodes", in 2010 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 8 April 2010.
  29. Chi-Ping Liu,* Wei-Chun Lin, Wei-Ben Wang, Chia-Yi Liu, Jwo-Huei Jou, Jing-Jong Shyue, "Highly Stable Organic Light-emitting Diodes by Using High Stereo-hindrance Host Material as Blockade", in 2010 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 8 April 2010.
  30. Che-Hung Kuo,* Bang-Ying Yu, Guo-Ji Yen, Wei-Chun Lin, Wei-Ben Wang, I-Ming Lai, Szu-Hsian Lee, Wei-Lun Kao, Chia-Yi Liu, Yun-Wen You, Hsun-Yun Chang, Chi-Ping Liu, Jwo-Huei Jou, and Jing-Jong Shyue, "Effect of Nanoscale Phase Separation on the Efficiency of Polymeric Light Emitting Diodes Studied with Scanning ToF-SIMS", in 2010 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 7 April 2010.
  31. Hsun-Yun Chang,* Yun-Wen You, Yu-Chin Lin, Wei-Chun Lin, Chia-Yi Liu, Che-Hung Kuo, Szu-Hsian Lee, Wei-Lun Kao, Guo-Ji Yen, Chi-Ping Liu, Jing-Jong Shyue, "The Cytotoxicity of Au Nanoparticales Modified With Self-assembled Monolayers With Mixed-functional Groups to Living Cells", in 2010 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 7 April 2010.
  32. Szu-Hsian Lee,* Wei-Chun Lin, Che-Hung Kuo, Bonnie Yu, Wei-Lun Kao, Guo-Ji Yen, Chia-Yi Liu, Yun-Wen You, Hsun-Yun Chang, Chi-Ping Liu, Jing-Jong Shyue, "ToF-SIMS Study of Photo-oxidation of NH2 Self-assembled Monolayers on Gold Substrate", in 2010 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 6 April 2010.
  33. Wei-Chun Lin,* Bonnie Yu, Che-Hung Kuo, Wei-Ben Wang, Szu-Hsian Lee, Wei-Lun Kao, Guo-Ji Yen, Chia-Yi Liu, Yun-Wen You, Hsun-Yun Chang, Chi-Ping Liu, Jwo-Huei Jou, Jing-Jong Shyue, "Three-dimensional Nanostructure of Bulk-heterojunction Imaged by Scanning Electrical Potential Microscopy and High-resolution Scanning Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry", in 2010 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 6 April 2010.
  34. Yun-Wen You,* Hsun-Yun Chang, Wei-Chun Lin, Bonnie Yu, Che-Hung Kuo, Szu-Hsian Lee, Chia-Yi Liu, Wei-Lun Kao, Guo-Ji Yen, Chi-Ping Liu, Jing-Jong Shyue, "Three-dimension Imaging of Fibroblast Cells by Scanning Probe Microscope with Cluster Ion Slicing", in 2010 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 6 April 2010.
  35. Yu-Chin Lin,* Bang-Ying Yu, Wei-Chun Lin, Ying-Yu Chen and Jing-Jong Shyue, "Site-Selective Deposition of Gold on Photo-Patterned Self-Assembled Monolayers", in 2008 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 26 March 2008.
  36. Jung-Hui Wang, Bang-Ying Yu, Ying-Yu Chen and Jing-Jong Shyue,* "Stable Titanium (III) Enriched Catalysts", in 2008 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 26 March 2008.
  37. Bang-Ying Yu, Ying-Yu Chen,* Szu-Ying Tsai, Chih-Wei Chu, Wei-Chun Lin, Yu-Chin Lin and Jing-Jong Shyue, "Ordered TiO2 Nanotube Array in Polymer Solar Cells", in 2008 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 26 March 2008.
  38. Wei-Chun Lin,* Bang-Ying Yu, Ying-Yu Chen, Yu-Chin Lin and Jing-Jong Shyue, "Tuning Surface Potential with Mixed Self-Assembled Monolayers", in 2008 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 25 March 2008.
  39. Jwo-Huei Jou, Wei-Ben Wang,* Mao-Feng Hsu, Jing-Jong Shyue, He Wang. "Small Polymeric Nano-Dot Enhanced Pure-White Organic Light Emitting Diode", in Organic Electronics Conference and Exhibition 2007, Frankfurt, Germany, 25 September 2007.
  40. Bang-Ying Yu,* Jing-Jong Shyue, Yen-Yu Chen, Ju-Yu Tsai, In-Hyuck Song, Hai-Doo Kim, Sheng-Chang Wang, and Wen-Cheng Jimmy Wei "High Temperature Porous Al2O3 Filter in Gradient Structure-Tabular Al2O3 Formation on Porous Alumina Substrate", in EUROMAT 2007 (European Congress on Advanced Materials and Processes), Nunberg, Germany, 10-13 September 2007.
  41. John Moulder,* Sankar Raman, Johm Hammond, Noriaki Sanada, Ann Belu, Jing-Jong Shyue, "XPS Sputter Depth Profiling and Surface Cleaning with C60 Sputter Ion Beams", 12th European Conference on Applications of Surface and Interface Analysis, Brusseks, Flagey, 9 September 2007.
  42. Jason S Tresback,* Alexander L Vasiliev, Jing-Jong Shyue and Nitin P Padture, "Metal-Oxide-Metal (MOM) Heterojunction Nanowires for Chemical-Sensor Devices", in 2006 MRS-Spring Meeting, San Francisco, California, 20 April 2006.
  43. Rebecca E. Cochran,* Jing-Jong Shyue and Nitin Padture, "Synthesis of Metal Oxide Nanotubes and Nanowires by Liquid Phase Deposition", in the Ohio Nanotechnology Summit, Columbus, Ohio, 4 April 2006.
  44. Edward D. Herderick,* Alexander L. Vasiliev, Jing-Jong Shyue and Nitin Padture, "Synthesis of Au-TiOx-Au Metal-Oxide-Metal (MOM) Heterojunction Nanowires", in the Ohio Nanotechnology Summit, Columbus, Ohio, 4 April 2006.
  45. Jing-Jong Shyue,* Rebecca E. Cochran and Nitin Padture, "Template-Directed Synthesis of Titania Nanowires and Nano-Tubes Using Aqueous Precursors at Near-Ambient Temperature", in 2005 MRS-Fall Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, 28 November 2005.
  46. Jing-Jong Shyue* and Nitin Padture, "Template-Directed and SAM-Mediated Synthesis of Au-TiO2-Au Heterojunction Nanowires", in 2005 MRS-Fall Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, 29 November 2005.
  47. Jing-Jong Shyue and Mark R. De Guire*, "Nanostructured, Mesoporous Titanium-Vanadium Oxide: Fabrication and Catalytic Performance", in Nano Research Symposium, Cleveland, Ohio,17 February 2004.
  48. Jing-Jong Shyue* and Mark R. De Guire, "Deposition of Titanium-Vanadium Oxide Films on Organic Self-Assembled Monolayers", in Soft-Solution Processing 2003, International Union of Materials Research Society-International Conference on Advanced Materials 2003, Yokohama, Japan, 8-13 October 2003.
  49. Jing-Jong Shyue, Yin Tang and Mark R. De Guire*, "Particle-Surface Interactions Mediated by Organic Self-Assembled Monolayers", in Particles 2003 Conference on Imaging, Marking and Printing Applications of Particle Technology, Toronto, Canada, 23-26 August 2003.
  50. Jing-Jong Shyue* and Mark R. De Guire, "Forces between Nitrogen-Containing Self-Assembled Monolayers (SAMs) and Zirconia Particles in Aqueous Solutions", in 105th Annual Meeting of the American Ceramic Society, Nashville, Tennessee, 27-30 April 2003.
  51. Jing-Jong Shyue* and Mark R. De Guire, "Selective Deposition of Vanadia and Titania Films on Self-Assembled Organic Monolayers (SAMs)", in 105th Annual Meeting of the American Ceramic Society, Nashville, Tennessee, 27-30 April 2003.
  52. Jing-Jong Shyue,* Yin Tang, and Mark R. De Guire, "Interactions between Organic Self-Assembled Monolayers and Ceramic Particles in Aqueous Solutions", in Research ShowCase 2003, Cleveland, Ohio, 1 April 2003
  53. Jing-Jong Shyue, Yin Tang, and Mark R. De Guire,* "Nanoscale Measurements of Forces between Ceramics and Model Surfaces" in Symposium on Structure at the Limit of Resolution: A Symposium to Celebrate Manfred Ruehle's 65th Birthday at the 105th Annual Meeting & Exposition of the American Ceramic Society, Nashville, Tennessee, 27-30 April 2003.
  54. Jing-Jong Shyue* and Mark R. De Guire, "Aqueous Deposition of Vanadium Oxide on Different Self-Assembled Organic Monoalyers", in the 104th Annual Meeting of American Ceramic Society, St. Louis, Missouri, 1 May 2002.
  55. Jing-Jong Shyue and Mark R. De Guire*, "Functionalized Organic Substrates for Titania and Vanadia Thin Films", in Workshop on "Bioinspired Approaches for Advanced Materials," Schloss Ringberg, Tegernsee, Germany, 13 March 2002.
  56. Mark R. De Guire,* Jing-Jong Shyue, Hillel Pizem, and Chaim N. Sukenik, "Designing Substrates for Bioinspired Processing of Ceramic Thin Films" , in CIMTEC 2002 (10th International Ceramics Congress and 3rd Forum on New Materials), Florence, Italy, 14-18 July 2002.

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