Chih-Hung Chang

Professor Chang is currently a Professor of Chemical Engineering at Oregon State University. He received a B.S. degree from the National Taiwan University at 1991 and a Ph.D. degree from University of Florida at 1999, both in Chemical Engineering. His graduate research concerns fundamental investigations and novel process development for CuInSe2-based thin film photovoltaics. He joined OSU Chemical Engineering department as an Assistant Professor at 2000. His current research interests are flexible thin film transistors, photovoltaics, microreaction technology, nanomaterials synthesis, and digital fabrication processes. His laboratory has developed microreactor-based soft solution-based nanosynthesis process and inkjet printable amorphous oxide thin film transistors. He has 4 issued patents and 9 pending patents and 60 refereed publications. He is a Sharp Laboratories of America Scholar and a recipient of American Vacuum Society Graduate Research Award and National Science Foundation’s CAREER Award.

TECHNOLOGIES
A Simple and General Route to Digital Fabrication of Inorganic Electonic Materials
Novel Continuous Flow Microchemical Systems for the Deposition of Functional Thin Films
Microchemical Microfactories
Solution-Based Process for Making Inorganic Materials
Novel multifunctional heterogeneous surface for enhanced boiling heat transfer and its fabrication
In-situ Reactive Inks for Printable Conductive Features at Room Temperature
Fiber Optic Infrared Absorption Gas Sensors with Metal-Organic Framework Materials
Segmented Flow for a Continuous Flow Microwave Reactor
Flow Cell Design for Uniform Residence Time Fluid Flow in Micro-Dimension Channels
Apparatus and Method for continuous Production of Semiconductor Nanoparticles
Nanostructured Coatings for Optoelectric Devices
Conductive Metalorganic Framework Chemical Sensors
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