Those who are interested to apply this scholarship, can directly contact the professors (listed below) according to their research interest to make an appointment for online interview. After the interview, applicants who are accepted by the professor to join the group can start the application from the system of the office of international education & programs (http://oiep.thu.edu.tw/main.php).
|Item||Fall Semester||Spring Semester|
|Submission||January 29 to May 31||October 1 to November 1|
on THU website
|Mid of June||Mid of December|
sent to applicants
|End of June||End of December|
|Registration||Early September||Early February|
Prof. Hsi-Lien Hsiao :
The current research directions we are conducting in our lab (laboratory of Advanced Materials and Devices Physics) are syntheses and assembly of low-dimensional semiconductor materials and its applications in solar energy harvesting, all-solid state Li battery and e-skin.
Prof. Chuan-Tsung Chan：
My research interests focus on the theoretical structures of string and gauge theories. In particular, I am mostly concerned with the non-perturbative definitions/constructions of the quantum gravity in the context of minimal string theory. To achieve this goal, I have extensively worked on the study of the matrix models, which are exactly solvable toy-models for a description of the lower dimensional quantum gravity.
For a detailed list of my publication, please check https://inspirehep.net
I welcome students who have keen interests in mathematical physics. The prerequisite is simple: two-year course works for mathematics including freshmen calculus and applied mathematics for physics major. Candidates must be willing to do independent study under my guidance. For more information, I can be reached by firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prof. Kwai-Kong Ng：
Research area: Computational physics, quantum Monte Carlo, strongly correlated many body systems, frustrated quantum spin systems. Recently focus on numerical studies of novel phases, such as spin supersolids and valence bond solids, and related quantum and thermal phase transitions on spin and bosonic strongly correlated systems.
Requirements: interest on computer simulations, experience on computer programming is preferred but not necessary. Self-motivated and capable to work independently.
Prof. Tsong-Shin Lin：
The Laboratory of Applied Spectroscopy and Optics is featured with the confocal microscopy, the single-molecule spectroscopy, the micro-raman spectroscopy, and the time-resolved spectroscopy. We are devoted to use these spectroscopic and optical technologies to different fields of research, such as dynamical behaviors of conjugated polymers, photophysical properties of fluorescent nanoparticles, biomedical imaging, and color appearance of insects. Recently we had been focus on the research of photophysical properties of fluorescence nanodiamonds, conjugated polymers, and graphene quantum dots. If you are interested in spectroscopy or optics, welcome to join us.
Prof. Chai-Yi Huang:
Liquid Crystals and Metamaterials LAB
- Liquid crystal-based beam shapers for laser control. 2. Liquid crystal-based force sensors for touch panels. 3. Liquid crystal-based spatial filters for image processing. 4. Tunable metamaterials for invisible cloaking.
Chia-Yi Huang et. al., “Dual-function beam shapers fabricated by photoaligned liquid crystal cells” Appl. Phys. Express 4, 052502 (2011).
Chia-Yi Huang et. al., “Transparent force sensing arrays with low power consumption using liquid crystal arrays,” Sens. Actu. A‐Phys. 190, 136 (2013)
Chia-Yi Huang et. al., “All-optical and polarization-independent spatial filter based on a vertically-aligned polymerstabilized liquid crystal film with a photoconductive layer,” Opt. Express 17, 22386 (2009).
Chia-Yi Huang et. al., “Resonance enhancement of terahertz metamaterials by liquid crystals/ITO interfaces,” Optics Express 21, 6519 (2013)