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Posted on: 2021-06-08

Specialties:Nanomaterial、Smart sensor、Energy Technology、Flexible ElectronicsSemiconductor device
Contact information:03-4227151(36108)

1.Ph.D., Graduate Institute of Photonics and Optoelectronics, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University (2010-2015)
2.M. S., Department of Material Science and Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan (2006-2008)
3.B. S., Department of Material Science and Engineering, National Chung Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan (2002-2006)

1.Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Sciences & Engineering, National Central University, Taiwan (2021/08 -)
2.Assistant Professor, Taipei Medical University. (2019-2021)
3.Post-Doctoral Fellow, National Taiwan University. (2018-2019).
4.Post-Doctoral Fellow, National Tsing Hua University. (2017-2018).
5.Staff Device Engineer, United Microelectronics Corporation. (2015-2017).
6.Visiting Student, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA. (2014 -2015).

Selected Publications:
1.Y.-X. Zhou, Y.-T. Lin, S.-M. Huang, G.-T. Chen, S.-W. Chen, H.-S. Wu, I.-C. Ni, W.-P. Pan, M.-L. Tsai, C.-I Wu, P.-K.  Yang*“Tungsten Disulfide Nanosheets for Piezoelectric Nanogenerator and Human-Machine Interface Applications” Nano Energy 97, 107172, 2022. (IF: 19.069, Rank: 18/345, Material science & multi-disciplinary).
2.H.-S. Wu, S.-M. Wei, S.-W. Chen, H.-C. Pan, W.-P. Pan, S.-M. Huang, M.-L.Tsai, P.-K. Yang* “Metal-FreePerovskite Piezoelectric Nanogenerators for Human-Machine Interfaces and Self-Powered Electrical Stimulation Applications” Advanced Science 2105974, 2022. (IF: 17.521, Rank: 21/345, Material science & multi-disciplinary).
3.H.-S. Wu, B.-T. Murti, J. Singh, P.-K. Yang*, M.-L.Tsai “Prospects of Metal-Free Perovskites for Piezoelectric Applications” Advanced Science 2104703, 2022. (IF: 17.521, Rank: 21/345, Material science & multi-disciplinary).
4.B.-T. Murti, A.-D. Putri, Y.-J. Huang, S.-M. Wei, C.-W. Peng, and P.-K. Yang* “Clinically oriented Alzheimer’s biosensors: Expanding the horizons towards point-of-care diagnostics and beyond” RSC Advances 11, 20403, 2021. (IF: 4.036, Rank: 93/224, Chemistry & multi-disciplinary).
5.P.-K. Yang, S.-A. Chou, R.-J. Mathew, C.-H. Hsu, K.-H. Chiang, J.-Y. Yang, and Y.-T. Chen “Tin Disulfide Piezoelectric Nanogenerators for Biomechanical Energy Harvesting and Intelligent Human-Robot Interface Applications” Nano Energy 75, 104879, 2020. (IF: 19.069, Rank: 18/345, Material science & multi-disciplinary).
6.Y.-T. Jao,# P.-K. Yang,# C.-M. Chiu, Y.-J. Lin, S.-W. Chen, Z.-H. Lin, (#Equal Contributions) “A Textile-based Triboelectric Nanogenerator with Humidity-Resistant Output Characteristic and its Applications in Self-Powered Healthcare Sensors,” Nano Energy 50, 513-520, 2018. (IF: 19.069, Rank: 18/345, Material science & multi-disciplinary).
7.C.-H. Ho,# J. Retamal,# P.-K. Yang,# C.-P. Lee, M.-L. Tsai, C.-F. Kang and J.-H. He, (#Equal Contributions) “Transparent Memory for Harsh Electronics” Sci. Rep. 7, 44429, 2017. (IF: 4.997, Rank: 19/74, Multi-disciplinary science).
8.P.-K. Yang, C.-H. Ho, D.-H Lien, J. Retamal, C.-F. Kang, K.-M. Chen, T.-H. Huang, Y.-C. Yu, C.-I. Wu, and J.-H. He, “A Fully Transparent Resistive Memory for Harsh Environments,” Sci. Rep. 5, 15087, 2015. (IF: 4.997, Rank: 19/74, Multi-disciplinary science).
9.P.-K. Yang, L. Lin, F. Yi, X. Li, K. Pradel, Y. Zi, C.-I. Wu, J.-H. He, Y. Zhang and Z. L. Wang, “A Flexible, Stretchable and Shape-Adaptive Approach for Versatile Energy Conversion and Self-Powered Biomedical Monitoring,” Adv. Mater., 27, 3817-3824, 2015. (IF: 32.086, Rank: 5/179, Chemistry & multi-disciplinary).
10.P.-K. Yang, Z.-H. Lin, K. Pradel, L. Lin, X. Li, X. Wen, J.-H. He, and Z. L. Wang, “Paper-Based Origami Triboelectric Nanogenerators and Self-Powered Pressure Sensors,” ACS Nano 9, 901–907, 2015. (IF: 18.027, Rank: 20/345, Material science & multi-disciplinary).
11.P.-K. Yang, W.-Y. Chang, P.-Y. Teng, S.-F. Jeng, S.-J. Lin, P.-W. Chiu, and J.-H. He, “Fully transparent resistive memory employing graphene electrodes for eliminating undesired surface effects,” Proc. IEEE 101, 1732–1739, 2013. (IF: 14.910, Rank: 4/276, Engineering, electrical & electronic).

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