An excellent interdisciplinary PhD program sponsored by Institute of Atomic and Molecular Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan (IAMS) in cooperation with two key research universities in Taiwan (National Tsing-Hua University and National Central University)
More than 40 outstanding faculty members and researchers (includes Nobel prize winner Dr.Yuan-Tseh Lee) with expertise covering chemical dynamics and molecular spectroscopy, functional materials, nanomaterials and nanodevices, biomolecular structures and dynamics, ultrafast laser technology and high-field physics, light-matter interactions and optical controlling, molecular electronics,and theoretical and computational chemistry
With leading edge facilities for young researchers to learn cutting edge technologies
Job opportunities after graduation in research institutes, universities or industries related to microelectronics/photonic device fabrication, nano-materials, biotechnology, and instrumentations
Si nanotip arrays fabricated in the laboratory can mimic the ˇ§moth eyeˇ¨ and surpass its function in reflectivity reduction, wide angle, and wide spectral range. This result has been published in Nature Nanotechnology2: 770-774 (2007) by K.H. Chen and coworkers.
Impact of reactant C-H stretching excitation on product images
Three-dimensional tracking of a single 35-nm FND in a live HeLa cell: Fluorescent nanodiamond (FND) is a new nanomaterial that possesses several unique properties such as good biocompatibility, excellent photostability, and facile surface functionalizability. The brightness of the FNDs is also sufficiently high and stable to allow three-dimensional tracking of a single particle in cells
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