Education and Trainings

1995 BS Electrical Engineering, National Tsing-Hua University, Hsinchu,Taiwan
2003 PhD Electrical Engineering, National Tsing-Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan
(Thesis: A Silicon Microspeaker for hearing aids application, Advisor: Star Huang)
2001-03 Physics, Georgetown University, Washington DC
2003-06 NIH Post-doc follow, Hematology and Oncology, Internal Medicine, The Ohio State University, Columbus OH
(Research: Cancer Nanotechnology, Mentor: Mauro Ferrari)
2006-08 Assistant Professor, Nanomedicine and Biomedical Engineering, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
2008-14 Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Wayne State University, Detroit MI
2014-now Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Nanoengineering, Wayne State University, Detroit MI


2000 Travel Award from K.T. Li Foundation for the Development of Science and Technology
2001 Travel Award from National Science Council
2011 National Sceince Foundation CAREER Award
2013 ONR Summer Faculty Fellowship

Class (Winter 2016)

ECE3300 Electrical Circuit (a service course for non ECE students)

NEN 5000 Introduction to Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine
NEN 5100 Nanoengineering Lab

Office Hours: by appointment

Research Support

I am grateful for the supports from NSF, ONR, Wayne State University and Richard Barber Foundation.
1. Novel Nanomaterials for High-Performance Lithium Batteries; 2010-2011 (Richard Barber Foundation, Role: PI)
2. WSU-Multidisciplinary Research Incubator Program: Adaptive Nanomaterials for Sensing and Drug Delivery; 2010-2013 (WSU, Role: Investigator)
3. NSF CAREER: A Robust Chronic Neural Prosthesis Using High Capacity Graphene Electrodes and Biodegradable Silicon Support; 2011-2016 (NSF CBET, Role :PI)
4. WSU Development of a Novel Biosensor for the Detection of Human Pathogenic Bacteria in Water; 2012-2013 (Role: Co-PI)
5. NSF MRI: Acquisition of a Dual Beam Focus Ion Beam System for Nanotechnology, Biomedical and Energy Research; 2012-2015(NSF ECCS, Role: PI)
6. WSU Grant Plus Award 2013-2015 (Role: PI)
7. NSF NUE: Development of an Undergraduate Certificate Program in Nanoengineering for Training the Workforce of Tomorrow 2013-2015 (NSF EEC, Role: Co-PI)

8. Grant Boost Award 2013-14 (Role:PI)

Outreach Activities

1. NanoDays and Nano Summer workshop in collaboration with MSC.
Michigan Science Center

2. A mentor for students Summer Undergraduate Research Academy (SURA), Michigan – Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (MI-LSAMP)

3. On-line education of biomedical devices