Center for Micro/Nano Science and Technology

Organization profile

Organisation profile

Center for Micro/Nano Science and Technology (CMNST) established in 1997 is one of the three university-level research centers of National Cheng Kung University (NCKU). Subsidized by Taiwan National Science and Technology Program for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and Research University Integration Project from the Ministry of Education, the center has accumulated abundant talents-cultivation experiences and top research achievements and thus become a key institute for nano technology and research in Taiwan. According to the result of National Science Council performance evaluation of micro/nano centers in Taiwan, CMNST is a center with the largest scale, the greatest influence, and the best service and research KPIs. Every year CMNST provides service for 15 thousand person-time of facility operation and over 50 companies and issues more than 100 certified test reports. In addition, it has developed four in-house research teams: 1. Nanolithography, 2. Epitaxy & Nanosurface, 3. Nanomaterial Analysis, and 4. Nondestructive Analysis. CMNST establishes the first Center for Graphene/2D Materials and Devices in Taiwan to develop the technology of large-area graphene/2D materials fabrication by synthesizing graphene quantum dots with great optical properties. Furthermore, with its technology of nano device fabrication, CMNST promotes the technology and applications of graphene/2D materials to boost the progress of industrial development in Taiwan. Goals and Mission of CMNST • Manage and operate public laboratories • Develop researches with novelty and industrial value • Support and develop cutting-edge academic researches • Establish and enhance the functions of nanoMark Laboratory • Stimulate the progress of regional education and research institutes

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Thin films Engineering & Materials Science
Zinc Oxide Chemical Compounds
Indium Chemical Compounds
Zinc oxide Engineering & Materials Science
Substrates Engineering & Materials Science
Photodetectors Engineering & Materials Science
Oxide films Engineering & Materials Science
solar cells Physics & Astronomy

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Research Output 1982 2019

Effect of oxygen vacancy concentration on indium tungsten oxide UV-A photodetector

Chen, K. Y., Chang, S-P. & Lin, C. H., 2019 Jan 1, In : RSC Advances. 9, 1, p. 87-90 4 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Indium
Oxygen vacancies
Photodetectors
Tungsten
Oxygen
2 Citations (Scopus)

Electrochemical fabrication of nickel phosphide/reduced graphene oxide/nickel oxide composite on nickel foam as a high performance electrode for supercapacitors

Shih, Y. L., Wu, C. L., Wu, T. Y. & Chen, D. H., 2019 Jan 22, In : Nanotechnology. 30, 11, 115601.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Nickel oxide
Graphite
Nickel
Graphene
Foams
1 Citation (Scopus)

Energy harvesting under dim-light condition with dye-sensitized and perovskite solar cells

Juang, S. S. Y., Lin, P. Y., Lin, Y. C., Chen, Y. S., Shen, P. S., Guo, Y. L., Wu, Y. & Chen, C-Y., 2019 Jan 1, In : Frontiers in Chemistry. 7, APR, 209.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Energy harvesting
Cobalt
Electrolytes
Open circuit voltage
Iodine

Equipment

1 & 2 Inch Chemical Vapor Deposition for Graphene

Center for Micro/Nano Science and Technology

Facility/equipment: EquipmentCenter for Micro/Nano Science and Technology

Graphene
Chemical vapor deposition
Furnaces
Quartz
Annealing
Graphite
Chemical vapor deposition
Furnaces
Quartz
Gases

3 Inch Chemical Vapor Deposition for Graphene

Center for Micro/Nano Science and Technology

Facility/equipment: EquipmentCenter for Micro/Nano Science and Technology

Graphite
Chemical vapor deposition
Furnaces
Quartz
Gases