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Associate ProfessorChing-Hao Chang

  • Position Associate Professor
    Name Ching-Hao Chang
    Ext 65223
    Education PhD., National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan.
    E-mail cutygo@phys.ncku.edu.tw
    Speciality Condensed matter physics, Spintronics, Magnetism in nanoscale, Transport in advanced nanoarchitectures
  • 電話/Phone 65223
    電子郵址/Email Address cutygo@phys.ncku.edu.tw
    專長/Expertises Condensed matter physics,Nano-magneto electronics,Spintronics, Quantum and semiclassical advanced transport.
  • 學歷    Ph.D., National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan.
    • 08.2018-present, Assistant Professor at Department of Physics, National Cheng Kung University
    • 01.2018-07.2018, Principal Investigator at IFW Dresden, Germany
    • 10.2015-12.2017, Postdoc at IFW Dresden, Germany
    • 07.2015-10.2015, Postdoc at Research Center for Applied Sciences, Academia Sinica
    • 04.2012-06.2015, Postdoc at National Tsing Hua University
    • 08.2013-07.2014, Visiting Scientist at IFW Dresden, Germany
    • 05.2011-10.2011, Visiting Scientist at Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany
  • 編號 計劃名稱(編號) 執行期間 補助單位 擔任職務
    1 Eigen Stelle: Magneto-transport in topological nanostructures due to novel spin states and trajectories 2018/01-2018/07 German Research Foundation PI
    2 Magneto-transport in topological nanostructures due to novel spin states and trajectories 2018/12/01-2021/12/31 Ministry of Science and Technology PI
    3 Development and discoversy of advanced devices
    based on artificial quantum materials
    2019/08/01-2021/11/30 Ministry of Science and Technology Co-PI
    4  Yushan Young Scholar 2018/08/01- Ministry of Education PI
    5 New magnetotransport properties in advanced nanoarchitectures 2021/08/01- Ministry of Education PI

  • (* corresponding author +co-first author)

    Publication list


    Y.J. Zhong, A. Huang, H. Liu, X.-F. Huang, H.-T. Jeng, J.S. You, C. Ortix, C.-H. Chang*, "Magnetoconductance modulations due to interlayer tunneling in radial superlattices",
    Nanoscale Horizons 7, 168 (2022) ; selected as Cover page.


    1. S.-C. Ho, C.-H. Chang+, Y.-C. Hsieh, S.-T. Lo, B. Huang, C. Ortix, and T.-M. Chen*, "Hall effects in artificially corrugated bilayer graphene without breaking time-reversal symmetry",
    Nature Electronics 4, 116 (2021).

    2. A. Huang, H.-T. Jeng*, and C.-H. Chang*, "First-Principles Calculations Predict Tunable Large Magnetic Anisotropy Due to Spin-Polarized Quantum-Well Resonances in Nanometer-Thick SrRuO3 Films: Implications for Spintronic Devices", 
    ACS Applied Nano Materials 4, 5932 (2021).

    3. A. Huang, C. H. Chen, C.-H. Chang, and H.-T. Jeng*, "Topological Phase and Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect in Ferromagnetic Transition-Metal Dichalcogenides Monolayer 1T− VSe2",
    Nanomaterials 11, 1998 (2021).

    4.  B. Huang, A. G. Moghaddam+, J. I. Facio*, C.-H. Chang*, "Resonant Nonlinear Hall Effect in Two-Dimensional Electron Systems", 
    Phys. Rev. B 104, 165303 (2021).

    C. Wang, C.-H. Chang, A. Herklotz, C. Chen, F. Ganss, U. Kentsch, D. Chen, X. Gao, Y.-J. Zeng, O. Hellwig, M. Helm, S. Gemming, Y.-H. Chu, S. Zhou, "Topological Hall Effect in Single Thick SrRuO3 Layers Induced by Defect Engineering"
    Advanced Electronic Materials 6 (6), 2000184 (2020).


    1. C. Wang*, C.-H. Chang*+, A. Huang, P.-C. Wang, P.-C. Wu, L. Yang, C. Xu, P. Pandey, M. Zeng, R. Böttger, H.-T. Jeng, Y.-J. Zeng, M. Helm, Y.-H. Chu, R Ganesh, S. Zhou, "Tunable disorder and localization in the rare-earth nickelates",
    Phys. Rev. Mater. 3, 053801 (2019).

    2. K. P. Dou, C.-H. Chang+, and C.-C. Kaun*, "Gate-Tunable Fano Resonances in Parallel-Polyacene-Bridged Carbon Nanotubes",
    J. Phys. Chem. C 123, 4605 (2019).


    C. Wang , C. Chen, C.-H. Chang* , H.-S. Tsai, P. Pandey, C. Xu, R. Böttger, D. Chen, Y.-J. Zeng*, X. Gao , M. Helm, and S. Zhou*, “Defect-induced exchange bias in a single SrRuO3 layer”, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 10, 27472 (2018).


    1. C.-H. Chang* and C. Ortix*, “Angle-dependent Weiss oscillations in a nanocorrugated two dimensional electron gas”,
    Nano Futures 1, 035004 (2017).

    2. C.-H. Chang, A. Huang, S. Das, H. J. Jeng, S. Kumar, R. Ganesh*, “Carrier driven coupling in ferromagnetic oxide heterostructures”,
    Phys. Rev. B. 96, 184408 (2017).

    3. C.-H. Chang*, K. P. Dou, G. Y. Guo, and C. C. Kaun*, "Quantum-well-induced engineering of magnetocrystalline anisotropy in ferromagnetic films",
    NPG Asia Mater. 9, e424 (2017).

    4. C.-H. Chang* and C. Ortix*, “Theoretical prediction of a giant anisotropic magnetoresistance in carbon nanoscrolls”,
    Nano Lett. 17, 3076 (2017).


    1. C.-H. Chang* and C. Ortix*, "Ballistic anisotropic magnetoresistance in core-shell nanowires and rolled-up nanotubes",
    International Journal of Morden Physics B, 1630016 (2016), Invited review article.

    2. C.-H. Chang, T. R. Chang, and H. T. Jeng*, “Newtype Large Rashba-Splitting in Quantum-Well-State induced by Spin-Chirality in Metal/Topological-Insulator”,
    NPG Asia Mater. 8, e332 (2016).

    *Our prediction is measured in experiment, see Phys. Rev. B 97, 041115(R) (2018)

    3. A. Huang, C.-H. Chang* and H. T. Jeng*, “Magnetic Phase Transition of La1-xSrxMnO3 Induced by Charge Transfer and Interdiffusion”
    IEEE Magn. Lett. 8, 1402905 (2016).


    1. C.-H. Chang*, K. P. Dou, Y. C. Chen, T. M. Hong, and C. C. Kaun*, "Engineering the interlayer exchange coupling in magnetic trilayers"
    Sci. Rep. 5, 16844 (2015).

    2. S. T. Tsai, C. D. Chang, C.-H. Chang, M. X. Tsai, N. J. Hsu, and T. M. Hong*, “Power-law ansatz in complex systems: Excessive loss of information”,
    Phys. Rev. E 92, 062925 (2015).


    C.-H. Chang*, J. van den Brink, and C. Ortix, "Strongly Anisotropic Ballistic Magnetoresistance in Compact 3D Semiconducting Nanoarchitectures",
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 227205 (2014). PRL Editor suggestion.

    Selected publications before 2013

    C.-H. Chang* and T. M. Hong*, “Switch off the magnetic exchange coupling by quantum resonances”,
    Phys. Rev. B 85, 214415 (2012).

    C.-H. Chang and T. M. Hong*, “Interlayer exchange coupling beyond the proximity force approximation”,
    Phys. Rev. B 82, 094415 (2010).

    C.-H. Chang, S. M. Wang, and T. M. Hong*, “Origin of branch points in the spectrum of PT-symmetric periodic potentials”,
    Phys. Rev. A 80, 042105 (2009).

    C.-H. Chang and T. M. Hong*, “Interlayer coupling enhanced by the interface roughness”,
    Phys. Rev. B 79, 054415 (2009).

    C.-H. Chang and T. M. Hong*, “Spin-glass-like behavior caused by Mn-riched Mn(Ga)As nanoclusters in GaAs”,
    Appl. Phys. Lett. 93, 212106 (2008).
    • 2021 NCTS Young Theoretical Scholar Awards, Taiwan. 
    • 2018 Yushan Young Scholar, supported by Ministry of Education (MOE), Taiwan.
    • 2017 Eigene Stelle, supported by German Research Foundation.