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特聘教授林明發

  • 職稱 特聘教授
    姓名 林明發
    分機 06-2757575,65272
    學歷 國立清華大學 物理學博士
    E-mail mflin@mail.ncku.edu.tw
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    專長 理論固態物理
  • Education:
    1988.08-1993.07      Ph. D., Department of Physics, National Tsing-Hua University
    1984.08-1986.07      M.A., Department of Physics, National Tsing-Hua University
    1980.08-1984.07      B.S., Department of Physics, National Cheng Kung University

    Professional Experience:
    2006.08-present       NCKU Distinguished Professor of Physics, NCKU
    2001.08-2006.07       Professor of Physics, NCKU
    1998.08-2001.07       Associate Professor of Physics, NCKU
    1997.08-1998.07       Assistant Professor of Physics, NCKU
    1995.08-1997.07       Postdoc of Electrophysics, NCTU
    1993.08-1995.07       Postdoc of Physics, NTHU
    1986.08-1987.07       Lecturer of Physics Teaching and Research Center, Feng Chia University

     
  • 層狀系統的基本性質的理論研究(科技部) 2019/08/01  ~   2022/07/31
    第四族二維系統的基本性質(科技部)       2016/08/01  ~   2020/03/31
    跨維綠能研究中心(教育部)                   2018/01       ~   2023/01
     
  • 代表著作
    Books: by our studying group

    1. C. Y. Lin, T. N. Do, Y. K. Huang, and M. F. Lin, “Optical properties of graphene in magnetic and electric fields”, IOP Book, ISBN 978-0-7503-1566-1 (Nov. 2017).
    2. S. C. Chen, J. Y. Wu, C. Y. Lin, and M. F. Lin, “Theory of Magnetoelectric Properties of 2D Systems”, IOP Book, ISBN 978-0-7503-1674-3 (Nov. 2017).
    C. Y. Lin, R. B. Chen, Y. H. Ho, and M. F. Lin, “Electronic and optical properties of graphite-related systems”, CRC Press, ISBN 9781138571068 (Jan. 2018).
    3. N. T. T. Tran, S. Y. Lin, C. Y. Lin, and M. F. Lin, “Geometric and electronic properties of graphene-related systems: Chemical bonding Schemes", CRC Press, ISBN 9781138556522 (Jan. 2018).
    4. S. Y. Lin, N. T. T. Tran, S. L. Chang, W. P. Su, and M. F. Lin, “Structure- and adatom-enriched essential properties of graphene nanoribbons”, CRC Press, ISBN 978-0-367-00229-9 (July., 2018).
    5. C. Y. Lin, J. Y. Wu, C. W. Chiu*, and M. F. Lin*, “Coulomb excitations and decays in graphene-related systems”, CRC Press, ISBN 9780367218614 (July., 2019).
    6. C. Y. Lin, T. N. Do, J. Y. Wu, P. H. Shih, S. Y. Lin, C. H. Ho, M. F. Lin, “Diverse Quantization Phenomena in Emergent Layered Materials”, CRC Press, ISBN 9780367420284 (December 2019).
    7. S. Y. Lin, H. Y. Liu, D. K. Nguyen, N. T. T. Tran, H. D. Pham, S. L. Chang, C. Y. Lin, and M. F. Lin, “Silicene-Based Layered Materials”, IOP Book, ISBN: 978-0-7503-3299-6 (July 01, 2020).
    8. C. Y. Lin, C. H. Yang, C. W. Chiu, Hsien Ching Chung, S. Y. Lin, M. F. Lin, “quasiparticle properties of low-dimensional systems”, IOP Book, to be published (Sep 2020).
    9. T. D. H. Nguyen, S. Y. Lin, H. C. Chung, W. B. Li, N. T. T. Tran, T. H. Nguyen, H. Y. Liu, H. D. Pham, and M. F. Lin, “First-principles calculations for cathode/electrolyte/anode battery materials”, IOP Book, accepted (May 2020).
    10. H. D. Pham, V. K. Dien, T. T. T. Hanh, N. T. T. Tran, C. H. Ho, and M. F. Lin, “Diverse quasiparticle properties of emergent materials: first-principles simulations”, IOP Book, under review (March 2020).

    Books: collective writing
    1. Edited by M. F. Lin and W. D. Hsu, “Handbook of Green Energy Materials”, CRC Press; a guest editor and the unique corresponding author for a collectively writing book of Hi-GEM research center. ISBN 9781138605916 (June., 2019).
    2. Edited by M. F. Lin, W. D. Hsu and J. L. Huang, “Lithium-Ion Batteries and Solar Cells: Physical, Chemical, and Materials Properties”. CRC Press, ISBN 9780367686239 (January 18, 2021).
    3. Edited by M. F. Lin, et. al., Lithium-related batteries: Recent advances and remaining challenges. CRC Press, to be published (July 2021).

    Review Articles:
    1. H. C. Chung, C. P. Chang, C. Y. Lin and M. F. Lin*, “Electronic and Optical Properties of Graphene Nanoribbons in External Fields”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 18, 7573-7616 (2016).
    2. C. Y. Lin, J. Y. Wu, Y. J. Ou, Y. H. Chiu and M. F. Lin*, “Magneto-electronic properties of multilayer graphenes”, Phys.   Chem. Chem. Phys. 17, 26008-26035 (2015).