1. K. Praveena, S. Matteppanavar, Hsiang-Lin Liu, and K. Sadhana, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics 28, 4179 (2017).。
  2. K. Praveena, K. Sadhana, Hsiang-Lin Liu, and M. Bououdina, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 426, 604 (2017).。
  3. V. Jagdeesha Angadi, Leema Choudhury, K. Sadhana, Hsiang-Lin Liu, R. Sandhya, Shidaling Matteppanavar, B. Rudraswamy, Vinayak Pattar, R. V. Anavekar, and K. Praveena, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 424, 1 (2017).。


  1. Unusual phonon mode behaviour in zinc-blende BN/GaN superlattices。Phys. Status Solidi C,12(No. 4-5)。(2015/01)
  2. Infrared reflectivity spectra of gas-source molecular beam epitaxy grown dilute InNxAs1−x/InP (001)。Appl. Phys. Lett. 102, 052110 (2013);,102(052110)。(2013/01)
  3. Infrared and X-ray Absorption Studies of CdTe Thin Films。Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering,Volume 8470(No.1)。(2012/12)


  1. 測量不確定度概念與實務,科學實作教學理論與實作,第五章,119-154,國立臺灣師範大學科學教育中心,2015/2(2015/01)
  2. 誤差分析的認知負荷,2015年中華民國物理教育聯合會議,新竹,2015/8
  3. High intrinsic cognitive load of scientific equation induces misconceptual load reduction , 4th International Congress on Natural Sciences, Changhua, Taiwan, 2015/9


  1. J. F. Wang, D. P. Li,H. C. Kao,B. Rosensteind, Annals of Physics: Covariant gaussian approximation in Ginzburg–Landau model, Volume 380, May 2017, Pages 228-254
  2. B. Rosenstein, H. C. Kao, and M. Lewkowicz, Nonlocal electrodynamics in Weyl semimetals, Phys. Rev. B 95, 085148 – Published 28 February 2017
  3. Dah-Wei Chiou, Hsien-Chung Kao, and Feng-Li Lin, Refined characterization of lattice Chern insulators by bulk entanglement spectrum, Phys. Rev. B 94, 235129 – Published 12 December 2016


  1. C.-H. Hsueh, W. C. Wu, and M. Tsubota, Quantum crystallography of Rydberg-dressed Bose gases on a square lattice, Phys. Rev. A 95, 013631 (2017).
  2. C.-H. Hsueh, Y.-C. Tsai, and W. C. Wu, Excitations of one-dimensional supersolids with optical lattices. Phys. Rev. A, 93, 063605 (2016).
  3. C.-H. Hsueh, Y.-C. Tsai, and W. C. Wu, Intrinsic-to-extrinsic supersolid transition and fractionally modulated states in a lattice ultracold Bose gas with long-range interaction. Phys. Rev. A, 92, 013634 (2015).


  1. Visualizing and Clustering Protein Similarity Networks: Sequences, Structures, and Functions。J. Proteome Res.,15(7)
  2. Visualizing the World's Scientific Publications。Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology,67(10)
  3. Visualizing the clustering of financial networks and profitability of stocks。Journal of complex networks,3(2)


  1. Dielectric properties of ultra-low sintering temperature al2o3-bbsz glass composite,98(4)
  2. Uniformity of GaN nanorods on silicon substrates studied by ultrafast acoustic phonon spectroscopy。
  3. Dielectric BaTiO3-BBSZ glass ceramic composition with ultra-low sintering temperature,35(1)


  1. Chiral magnetic effect in the absence of Weyl node。Phys Rev B,92(20)。
  2. Persistent currents in a graphene ring with armchair edges。Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter,24(24)


  1. Tsu-Yi Fu*, Yan-Ching Chen, Geng-Chu Liang, Chen-Yu Wang, Rung-Jiun Lin, “Direct view of silicon initial growth on metal surfaces” (2016), Thin Solid Films, 618, 81-83 (SCI)
  2. Jin-Long Hou, Wei-Tse Chang, Chih-Chiang, Yu-Fong Yu, Tsu-Yi, Fu, Ing-Shouh Hwang* “A nanoemitter based on a superconducting material” (2016), Appl. Phys. Lett. 108, 263107. (SCI)
  3. Hung-Chang Hsu, Chii-Bin Wu*, Kai-Lin Hsu, Venkata Ramana Mudinepalli, Tsu-Yi Fu, Wen-Chin Lin* “Surface morphology, magnetism and chemical state of Fe coverage on MoS2 Substrate” Appl. Surf. Sci. 357, 551-557.


  1. Scientific Reports, 7 (2017) 43700.
  2. Appl. Surf. Sci. 405 (2017) 316-320.
  3. Surface & Coatings Technology 303 (2016) 136–140。


  1. Nano Energy 32 (2017) 422–432
  2. 奈米通訊Nano Communication, Vol. 24, No. 2, 8-12, 2017.
  3. 科學月刊 Science Monthly, Vol.48 No. 5, 352-355, 2017.


  1. 10.1103/PhysRevD.94.126013
  2. 10.1103/PhysRevD.94.126007
  3. 10.1103/PhysRevB.94.235129


  1. Magnetic anisotropic properties of Pd/Co/Pd trilayer films studied by x-ray absorption spectroscopy and magnetic circular dichroism, K. Saravanan, C.-H. Kao,Y.-C. Shao, Y.-F. Wang,B.-Y. Wang*, H. T. Wang, C.-J. Tsai, W.-C. Lin,C.-W. Pao, H.-M. Tsai, L.-Y. Jang, H. J. Lin, J.-F. Lee and W.-F. Pong*, RSC Advances 5, 19014–19019 (2015)
  2. Effects of surface oxidation on the exchange-bias properties of the single-crystal antiferromagnetic/ferromagnetic junction Mn/Co/Cu(001), M. Caminale,R. Moroni,P. Torelli, G. Panaccione, W. C. Lin, M. Canepa, L. Mattera, and F. Bisio, Phys. Rev. B 91, 094435 (2015).
  3. Hydrogen Mediated Long-Range Magnetic Ordering in Pd-rich Alloy film, W. C. Lin*,C. J. Tsai, H. Y. Huang, B. Y. Wang*, V. R. Mudinepalli, and Hsiang-Chih Chiu, Appl. Phys. Lett. 106, 12404 (2015).


  1. D.-R. Tan and F.-J. Jiang, Phys. Rev. B, 95, 054435 (2017)
  2. D. Banerjee, M. Bögli, C. P. Hofmann, F.-J. Jiang, P. Widmer, and U.-J. Wiese Phys. Rev. B 94, 115120 (2016)
  3. Dong-Jing Yang, Fu-Jiun Jiang, Wen-Chen Chang, Chung-Wen Kao, and Seung-il Nam, Phys. Lett. B 755 (2016) 393–402


  1. Y. H. Chan , M. J. Chen , J. J. Chiang , I.C. Liao , T. H. Wu , C. M. Lee , W. Y. Peng , J. Y. Chen , J. Y. Lai ,C. K. Lo , and Z. H. Wei, Edge Effect on Coercive Field of GMR Sensors with Meander Line Structure, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS, VOL. 50, NO. 1, JANUARY 2014
  2. Vector network analyzer-ferromagnetic resonance spectrometer using high Q-factor cavity。REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS,82(8)
  3. DImpedance of nanometer thickness ferromagnetic CoFeB films。Nanoscale Research Letters,6(468)


  1. Generation of flower high-order Poincare sphere laser beams from a spatial light modulator。Scientific Reports,6(39657)
  2. Exploring vortex structures in orbital-angular momentum beams generated from planar geometric modes with a mode converter。Optics Express,24(20)
  3. Selective pumping and spatial hole burning for generation of photon wave packets with ray-wave duality in solid-state lasers。Laser Physics Letters,13(025001)


  1. Chung-Pin Chou & Hong-Yi Chen, Phys. Rev. B 90, 041106(R), 2014.
  2. Yen-Hung Ho, Yi-Hua Wang, Hong-Yi Chen, Phys.Rev.B 89, 155316 (2014)
  3. Effect of nonlocal interactions on the disorder-induced zero-bias anomaly in the Anderson-Hubbard model。Physical Review B,85(235139)


  1. Electric-field effects on magnetism of Fe/NCZF/PZT composite thin film。Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials,432
  2. Chuan-Che Hsu, Po-Chun Chang, Venkata Ramana Mudinepalli, Tsung-Chun Hsieh, Fang-Yuh Lo, and Wen- Chin Lin, J. Appl. Phys. 119, 093905 (2016).
  3. Fang-Yuh Lo, Yi-Chieh Ting, Kai-Chieh Chou, Tsung-Chun Hsieh, Cin-Wei Ye, Yung-Yuan Hsu, Ming-Yau Chern and Hsiang-Lin Liu, J. Appl. Phys. 117, 213911 (2015).


  1. Testing the littlest Higgs model with T-parity at the LHC Run-II。Physical Review D,94(055033)
  2. From the 750 GeV diphoton resonance to multilepton excesses。Physical Review D,94(015035)
  3. Same-Sign Dilepton Excesses and Vector-like Quarks。Journal of High Energy Physics,1603(098)


  1. Trapped inflation has been proposed to provide a successful inflation with a steep potential. We discuss the formation of primordial black holes in the trapped inflationary scenario. We show that primordial black holes are naturally produced during inflation with a steep trapping potential. In particular, we have given a recipe for an inflaton potential with which particle production can induce large non-Gaussian curvature perturbation that leads to the formation of high stellar-mass primordial black holes. These primordial black holes could be dark matter observed by the LIGO detectors through a binary black-hole merger. At the end, we have given an attempt to realize the required inflaton potential in the axion monodromy inflation, and discussed the gravitational waves sourced by the particle production.
  2. A numerical study of a pseudoscalar inflation having an axion-photon-like coupling is performed by solving numerically the coupled differential equations of motion for inflaton and photon mode functions from the onset of inflation to the end of reheating. The backreaction due to particle production is also included self-consistently. We find that this particular inflation model realizes the idea of a warm inflation in which a steady thermal bath is established by the particle production. In most cases, this thermal bath exceeds the amount of radiation released in the reheating process. In the strong coupling regime, the transition from the inflationary to the radiation-dominated phase does not involve either a preheating nor reheating process. In addition, energy density peaks produced near the end of inflation may lead to the formation of primordial black holes.
  3. We discuss the generation of primordial magnetic fields during inflation in dilaton-axion electromagnetism, in which the dilaton and axion dynamics are introduced in terms of two time dependent functions of the cosmic scale factor, I(a)F2/4 and J(a)FF ̃/4, respectively, where F is the electromagnetic field strength and F ̃ is its dual. We study the form of J(a) that can generate a large seed magnetic field. Although the J(a) function is model dependent, the axion-photon coupling may open up a new window for a successful inflationary magnetogenesis.


  1. Using both tight-binding model and ab initio calculations, we investigate a system of polyene-bridged armchair carbon nanotube electrodes to address quantum transport through junctions with multiple conjugated molecules. Both one-polyene and two-polyene cases are considered. The ab initio results of the two-polyene cases show the interference effect in transmission and its strong dependence on the configuration of contact sites. This agrees with the tight-binding model. In addition, the discrepancy brought by ab initio relaxation provides an insight into how the junction’s geometry, bonding, and effective potential influence the transmission spectra.
  2. What if we played the Rubik’s cube game by simple intuition? We would rotate the cube, probably in the hope of getting a more organized pattern in each next step. Yet frustration occurs easily, and we soon find ourselves trapped as the game progresses no further. Played in this completely strategy-less style, the entire problem of the Rubik’s cube game can be compared to that of complex chemical reactions such as protein folding, only with less guidance in the searching process. In this work we look into this random-searching process by means of thermodynamics and compare the game’s dynamics with that of a faithful stochastic model constructed from the statistical energy landscape theory (SELT). This comparison reveals the peculiar nature of SELT, which relies on the random energy approximation and often chops up energy correlations among nearby configurations. Our observation provides a general insight for the use of SELT in the studies of these frustrated systems.
  3. Rigorously speaking, entropy is slightly non-extensive, and this non-extensiveness, which characterizes the degree of fluctuations, can contribute to effective interactions between mesoscopic objects. In this paper, we consider a pair of macroions, each accompanied by 1000 counterions, and with a cell-model description we demonstrate that the slow variation of non-extensiveness in counterion entropy over macroionic distance leads to an effective long-range attraction between the macroions. With the aid of Monte Carlo simulation and a Bragg–Williams theory including counterion number fluctuations, we find the depth of attraction in free energy to be approximately 0.2kBT. The observation in our cell-model study provides an insight for further understanding of effective interactions in real macroionic systems.


  1. H. C. Ku, I. A. Chen, C. H. Hung, C. W. Chen, Y. B. You, M. F. Tai, and Y. Y. Hsu, Physica C 943, 93 (2013).
  2. I. A. Chen, C. H. Huang, C. W. Chen, Y. B. You, M. F. Tai, H. C, Ku, and Y. Y. Hsu, J. Appl. Phys. 113, 213902 (2013)
  3. T. L. Hung, I. A. Chen, C. H. Hung, C. Y. LinC. W. Chen, Y. B. You, H. C. Ku, Y. Y. Hsu, J. C. Ho, and Y. Y. Chen, J. Low Temp. Phys. 171, 148 (2013)


  1. Polymer-Free Patterning of Graphene at Sub-10-nm Scale by Low-Energy Repetitive Electron Beam, Volume 10, Issue 22, November 26, 2014, Pages 4778–4784
  2. Aharonov-Bohm-like oscillations in Fabry-Perot interferometers。New Journal of Phys.,13(055007)
  3. Zero-Bias Anomalies in Narrow Tunnel Junctions in the Quantum Hall Regime。Phys. Rev. Lett.,105(246801)


  1. Henry Medina, Jian-Guang Li, Teng-Yu Su, Yann-Wen Lan, Shao-Hsin Lee, Chia-Wei Chen, Yu-Ze Chen, Arumugam Manikandan, Shin-Hung Tsai, Aryan Navabi, Xiaodan Zhu, Yu-Chuan Shih, Wei-Sheng Lin, Jian-Hua Yang, Stuart R. Thomas, Bo-Wei Wu, Chang-Hong Shen, Jia-Min Shieh, Heh-Nan Lin, Ali Javey, Kang L. Wang, and Yu-Lun Chueh. “Wafer-Scale Growth of WSe2 Monolayers Toward Phase-Engineered hybrid WOx/WSe2 Films with Sub-ppb NOx Gas Sensing by a Low Temperature Plasma-Assisted Selenization Process” Chem. Mater. 29, 1587-1598, 2017.
  2. Qiming Shao*, Guoqiang Yu*, Yann-Wen Lan*, Yumeng Shi, Ming-Yang Li, Cheng Zheng, Xiaodan Zhu, Lain-Jong Li, Pedram Khalili and Kang L. Wang. “Strong Rashba-Edelstein Effect-Induced Spin-Orbit Torques in Monolayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenides/Ferromagnet Bilayers” Nano Letters, DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.6b03300, 16, 7514-7520, 2016.
  3. Dual-mode operation of 2D material-base hot electron transistors。Scientific Reports,6


  1. Huan-Pu Chang, En-De Chu, Yu-Ting Yeh, Yueh-Chun Wu, Fang-Yuh Lo, Wei-Hua Wang, Ming-Yau Chern, Hsiang-Chih Chiu*, "Influence of Oxygen Vacancies on the Frictional Properties of Nanocrystalline Zinc Oxide Thin Films in Ambient Conditions", Langmuir 33, 8362 (2017)
  2. Chuan-Che Hsua, Hsiang-Chih Chiu*, Venkata Ramana Mudinepalli, Yu-Chuan Chen, Po-Chun Chang, Chun-Te Wu, Hung-Wei Yen*, Wen-Chin Lin*, "Modulation of magnetic anisotropy through self-assembled surfacenanoclusters: Evolution of morphology and magnetism in Co–Pd alloyfilms", App. Sur. Sci. 416, 133 (2017)
  3. Po-Chun Chang, Yu-Chuan Chen, Chuan-Che Hsu, Venkata Ramana Mudinepalli, Hsiang-Chih Chiu*, Wen-Chin Lin*, "Hydrogenation-induced reversible spin reorientation transition in Co50Pd50 alloy thin films", J. All. Comp. 710, 37 (2017))


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  2. 10.1364/AO.51.005643
  3. 10.1021/jp110761u



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