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Non-Volatile Photomemory with a Ultrafast and Multi-Level Memory Behavior
Light Fidelity (Li-Fi) have been show the next-generation communication system with the features of high security, high speed and low interference. It is of great urgency to exploration of corresponding devices such as light-emitting diodes (LEDs), image sensors, opto-couplers, photodiodes, microcontrollers and non-volatile flash photomemory. Among the plethora of derivatives in optical wireless communications, non-volatile flash photomemory is of particular interest since it is the essential building block of computation technology for nowadays big database storage device with ultrafast programming rate. The exotic photophysical properties of organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite with long exciton lifetime and small binding energy have appeared as promising front-runners for next-generation non-volatile flash photomemory. However, the long photo-programming time of photomemory limits its application on Li-Fi, which requires high storage capacity and short programming time. In this talk, diverse strategies to realize ultrafast photo-progamming behavior will be discuss.
2021-present: Assistant Professor, Department of Photonics, National Cheng Kung University
2018-2021: Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, National Chung Chang University, National Chung Chang University.
2016-2018: Postdoctoral Fellow (Supervisor: Professor Wen-Chang Chen), Department of Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University.
2015-2016: Visiting student (Supervisor: Professor Alex Jen), Department of Material Science Engineering, University of Washington.
2011-2016: Doctor of Philosophy in National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan (Supervisor: Professor Wen-Chang Chen)
2008-2010: Mater of Science in National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan (Supervisor: Professor Wen-Chang Chen)
2004-2008: Bachelor of Science in National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
Polymer physic and engineering, Perovskite, Composite material, Electrospinning, Soft optoelectronic.