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Cheng-Hsiao Wu

Professor

122 Emerson Electric Co. Hall
Rolla, MO 65409-0040
Phone: 573-341-4677
Fax:  573-341-4532
chw@mst.edu

 

Research area:  Device Physics & Optics

Research interests:

  • quantum computing and cellular automata
  • quantum resistor network theory
  • mesoscopic devices and molecular electronics
  • optical/wave computing
  • simulation of amorphous silicon thin-film transistors and solar cells
  • dlts and optical dlts measurements in mos devices
  • algaas/gaas quantum well lasers and cds diodes
  • conduction in heterojunctions
  • measurement of radiation and high temperature effects of mosfets
  • random walk theory and applications
  • surface and interface properties of materials
  • dielectric breakdown simulation
  • charge transport in composite and disordered materials
  • ic fabrication and processing for teaching purposes
  • dram and sram test structures
  • failure mode analysis

 

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