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陳嘉晉 助理教授 / Chia-Chin Chen Assistant Professor

陳嘉晉 助理教授
Chia-Chin Chen
PHONE. (02)3366-3053
FAX. (02)2362-3040
OFFICE. 化工一館119
LOCATION. 化工一館227
PHONE. (02)3366-3030
    • Education Background
      • National Taiwan University       B.S. Ch.E.,2005
      • Illinois Institute of Technology      M.S. Ch.E.,2010
      • Max Planck Institute  Ph.D. Chemistry,2016
      • Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research Postdoctoral Fellow
      • Stanford University        Postdoctoral Fellow


    • Research Topic
      • Solid State Ionics
        Our research focus on exploring and exploiting the material functionalities that are related to ions and electrons in solids. The relevant applications include energy and semiconductor devices.
      • Electrochemistry
        Our interest lies on understanding the fundamentals of electrochemical reactions and developing electrocatalyst materials. Current topics include interfacial reactions, space charge effects, and electro-chemo-mechanics.
      • Semiconductor Physics
        The research aims at tuning the electronic properties of ionic solids by controlling the lattice defects. Such a study is helpful to develop photodiode and memory devices that exhibit high performance and consume low energy.
    1. C.-C. Chen, J. Maier, Increased Storage through Heterogeneous Doping. Chemistry of Materials, 30, 5041-5049. (2018)
    2. Qiubo Zhang, Zhe Shi, Kuibo Yin, Hui Dong, Feng Xu, Xinxing Peng, Kaihao Yu, Hongtao Zhang, C.-C. Chen, Ilia Valov, Haimei Zheng, Litao Sun, Spring-Like Pseudoelectroelasticity of Monocrystalline Cu2S Nanowire. Nano Letters, 18, 5070-5077 (2018).
    3. L. Fu, C.-C. Chen, J. Maier, Interfacial mass storage in nanocomposites. Solid State Ionics 318,54-59 (2018).
    4. C.-C. Chen, E. Navickas, J. Fleig, J. Maier, Kinetics of space charge storage in composites. Advanced Functional Materials, 28, 1705999 (2018).
    5. C.-C. Chen, J. Maier, Decoupling electron and ion storage and the path from interfacial storage to artificial electrodes. Nature Energy, 3, 102–108 (2018).
    6. C.-C. Chen, J. Maier, Synergistic silver storage in the composite RbAg4I5:graphite: Thermodynamics and kinetics. Solid State Ionics, 312, 97–105 (2017).
    7. R. M. L. McFadden, T. J. Buck, A. Chatzichristos, C.-C. Chen, D. L. Cortie, K. H. Chow, M. H. Dehn, V. L. Karner, D. Koumoulis, D. P. Levy, C. Li, I. McKenzie, R. Merkle, G. D. Morris, M. R. Pearson, D. Samuelis, M. Stachura, J.Xiao, J. Maier, R. F. Kiefl, W. A. MacFarlane. Microscopic dynamics of Li+ in rutile TiO2 revealed by 8Li β-Detected NMR. Chemistry of Materials, 10187–10197 (2017).
    8. C.-C. Chen, J. R. Selman, Anode modeling of a molten-carbonate based direct carbon fuel cell. Journal of Power Sources, 353, 312-322 (2017).
    9. C. Zhu, C. Wu, C.-C. Chen, P. Kopold, P. A. van Aken, J. Maier, Y. Yu, A high power-high energy Na3V2(PO4)2F3 sodium cathode: Investigation of transport parameters, rational design and realization. Chemistry of Materials, 29(12), 5207–5215 (2017).
    10. C.-C. Chen, J. Maier, Space charge storage in composites: thermodynamics. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 19, 6379-6396 (2017).
    11. C.-C. Chen, L. Fu, J. Maier, Synergistic, ultrafast mass storage and removal in artificial mixed conductors. Nature, 536, 159–164 (2016).