Yung-Kang Kuo’s received his Ph.D degree in 1995. He joined Department of Physics, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan in 1998. He is now the Dean of College of Science and Engineering since 2016. His expertise is in experimental condensed matter physics. His experimental techniques include designing and operating high precision calorimetric measurements on extremely small crystals, thermal expansion measurements using a capacitance dilatometer, nanovolt resolution measurements on thermal electric power, thermal conductivity measurements by direct-pulse technique, and high precision electrical transport measurements. His main research interest is studying phase transitions in strongly correlated electron systems, such as charge-density-wave transition, spin-Peierls transition, order-disorder transition, superconducting transition, magnetic transition, etc. Besides, he is also interested in functional materials, such as thermoelectric materials, metal silicides, Heusler compounds, and shape memory alloys.
|Program:||「TEEP@AsiaPlus」Experimental Condensed Matter Physics, Strongly Correlated Electron Systems, Functional Materials|
|School:||National Dong Hwa University|
|Organizer:||Department of Physics|
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