Physical phenomena in nanostructures are exciting and fascinating subfields in modern condensed matter physics.
When electrons are confined in low-dimensional artificial nanostructures, their behavior can be greatly changed and new physical phenomena may occur.
By employing novel materials and techniques, we can fabricate a variety of nanodevices.
We focus our study on transport and optoelectronic properties in these fabricated nanodevices.
Dr. Wei-Hua Wang
Ph.D. in Physics,
Pennsylvania State University, USA, 2005
Thesis advisor: Professor Nitin Samarth
M.S. in Physics,
National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 1999
Thesis advisor: Professor Chong-Der Hu
B.S. in Physics,
National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 1995
Post-doctor researcher, 2005-2008
University of California at Riverside, USA
Post-doctor Advisor: Prof. Roland Kawakami