Dr. Chih Yu  Chang

Dr. Chih Yu Chang

Associate Professor
Taipei Medical University, Taiwan


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from National Taiwan University, Taiwan

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Biography

Dr. Chih-Yu Chang is currently an assistant professor of the Materials Science and Engineering at Feng Chia University (Taiwan). He had received his Ph.D. degree from National Taiwan University in 2010. Dr. Chang’s research interest is focused on utilizing surface chemistry and molecular engineering to create novel organic and inorganic functional materials for photonics, optoelectronics, nanomedicine, and nanotechnology. He has co-authored more than 35 SCI publications, given over 10 invited presentations, and has a H-index of 20 with more than 500 citations. For his pioneering contributions in organic and hybrid electronics, he was also invited to review papers in various international journals, including Nature Communications, Advanced Materials, Advanced Energy Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, Chemistry of Materials, ACS Nano, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, and Journal of Materials Chemistry A. Dr. Chang was elected as Editorial Board Member in Advances in Materials, Journal of Materials Science and Research, and Journal of Nanoscience, Nanomedicine & Nanobiology. Dr. Chang was also invited as Guest Editor in American Journal of Optics and Photonics

Area of Interest:

Physical Science Engineering
100%
Molecular Layer Deposition
62%
Hybrid Photovoltaics
90%
Biomedical Hydrogels
75%
Flexible Electronics
55%

Education

2010

Ph.D.

National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Materials Science and Engineering

Selected Publications

  1. Wu, J.L., W.K. Huang, Y.C. Chang, B.C. Tsai and Y.C. Hsiao et al., 2017. Simple mono-halogenated perylene diimides as non-fullerene electron transporting materials in inverted perovskite solar cells with ZnO nanoparticle cathode buffer layers. J. Mater. Chem. A, 5: 12811-12821.
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  2. Wong, Y.Q., M. Hsin-Fei, Y.W. Hin, S.T. Ching and C. Chih-Yu et al., 2017. Efficient semitransparent organic solar cells with good color perception and good color rendering by blade coating. Org. Electron., 10.1016/j.orgel.2017.01.003.
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  3. Tsai, P.T., K.C. Lin, C.Y. Wu, C.H. Liao and M.C. Lin et al., 2017. Towards long‐term stable and efficient large‐area organic solar cells. ChemSusChem, 10: 2778-2787.
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  4. Chang, C.Y., B.C. Tsai, M.Z. Lin, Y.C. Huang and C.S. Tsao, 2017. An integrated approach towards the fabrication of highly efficient and long-term stable perovskite nanowire solar cells. J. Mater. Chem. A, 5: 22824-22833.
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  5. Chang, C.Y., B.C. Tsai and Y.C. Hsiao, 2017. Efficient and stable vacuum-free-processed perovskite solar cells enabled by a robust solution-processed hole transport layer. ChemSusChem, 10: 1981-1988.
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  6. Zuo, L., C.Y. Chang, C.C. Chueh, Y. Xu, H. Chen and A.K.Y. Jen, 2016. Manipulation of optical field distribution in ito-free micro-cavity polymer tandem solar cell via the out-of-cell capping layer for high photovoltaic performance. J. Mater. Chem. A, 4: 961-968.
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  7. Chang, C.Y., Y.C. Chang, W.K. Huang, W.C. Liao and H. Wang et al., 2016. Achieving high efficiency and improved stability in large-area ITO-Free perovskite solar cells with thiol-functionalized self-assembled monolayers. J. Mater. Chem. A, 4: 7903-7913.
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  8. Chang, C.Y., W.K. Huang, Y.C. Chang, K.T. Lee and C.T. Chen, 2016. A Solution-Processed n-Doped fullerene cathode interfacial layer for efficient and stable large-area perovskite solar cells. J. Mater. Chem. A, 4: 640-648.
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  9. Chang, C.Y., W.K. Huang, J.L. Wu, Y.C. Chang, K.T. Lee and C.T. Chen, 2016. Room-temperature solution-processed n-Doped zirconium oxide cathode buffer layer for efficient and stable organic and hybrid perovskite solar cells. Chem. Mater., 28: 242-251.
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  10. Chang, C.Y., W.K. Huang and Y.C. Chang, 2016. Highly-Efficient and long-term stable perovskite solar cells enabled by a cross-linkable n-doped hybrid cathode interfacial layer. Chem. Mater., 28: 6305-6312.
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  11. Chang, C.Y., B.C. Tsai, Y.C. Hsiao, Y.C. Huang and C.S. Tsao, 2016. High-Performance printable hybrid perovskite solar cells with an easily accessible n-doped fullerene as a cathode interfacial layer. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 18: 31836-31844.
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  12. Zuo, L., C.Y. Chang, C.C. Chueh, S. Zhang, H. Li, A.K.Y. Jen and H. Chen, 2015. Design of a versatile interconnecting layer for highly efficient series-connected polymer tandem solar cells. Energy Environ. Sci., 8: 1712-1718.
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  13. Chang, C.Y., Y.C. Chang, W.K. Huang, K.T. Lee, A.C. Cho and C.C. Hsu, 2015. Enhanced performance and stability of semitransparent perovskite solar cells using solution-processed thiol-functionalized cationic surfactant as cathode buffer layer. Chem. Mater., 27: 7119-7127.
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  14. Chang, C.Y., W.K. Huang, Y.C. Chang, K.T. Lee and H.Y. Siao, 2015. High-Performance flexible tandem polymer solar cell employing a novel cross-linked conductive fullerene as an electron transport layer. Chem. Mater., 27: 1869-1875.
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  15. Chang, C.Y., K.T. Lee, W.K. Huang, H.Y. Siao and Y.C. Chang, 2015. High-performance, air-stable, low-temperature processed semitransparent perovskite solar cells enabled by atomic layer deposition. Chem. Mater., 27: 5122-5130.
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  16. Zou, J., C.Z. Li, C.Y. Chang, H.L. Yip and A.K.Y. Jen, 2014. Interfacial engineering of ultrathin metal film transparent electrode for flexible organic photovoltaic cells. Adv. Mater., 26: 3618-3623.
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  17. Yao, K., J.J. Intemann, H.L. Yip, P.W. Liang and C.Y. Chang et al., 2014. Efficient all polymer solar cells from layer-evolved processing of a bilayer inverted structure. J. Mater. Chem. C, 2: 416-420.
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  18. Li, C.Z., C.Y. Chang, Y. Zang, H.X. Ju and C.C. Chueh et al., 2014. Suppressed charge recombination in inverted organic photovoltaics via enhanced charge extraction by using a conductive fullerene electron transport layer. Adv. Mater., 26: 6262-6267.
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  19. Chen, J.Y., M.H. Yu, C.Y. Chang, Y.H. Chao, K.W. Sun and C.S. Hsu, 2014. Enhanced performance of organic thin film solar cells using electrodes with nanoimprinted light-diffraction and light-diffusion structures. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 6: 6164-6169.
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  20. Chang, C.Y., L. Zuo, H.L. Yip, C.Z. Li and Y. Li et al., 2014. Highly efficient polymer tandem cells and semitransparent cells for solar energy. Adv. Energy Mater., 4: 1301645-1301645.
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  21. Xu, Y.X., C.C. Chueh, H.L. Yip, C.Y. Chang and P.W. Liang et al., 2013. Indacenodithieno[3,2-b]thiophene-based broad bandgap polymers for high efficiency polymer solar cells. Polym. Chem., 4: 5220-5223.
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  22. Liang, W.W., C.Y. Chang, Y.Y. Lai, S.W. Cheng and H.H. Chang et al., 2013. Formation of nanostructured fullerene interlayer through accelerated self-assembly and cross-linking of trichlorosilane moieties leading to enhanced efficiency of photovoltaic cells. Macromol., 46: 4281-4289.
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  23. Li, Y., C.Y. Chang, Y. Chen, Y. Song and C.Z. Li et al., 2013. The effect of Thieno[3,2-b]thiophene on the absorption, charge mobility and photovoltaic performance of diketopyrrolopyrrole-based low bandgap conjugated polymers. J. Mater. Chem. C, 1: 7526-7533.
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  24. Jhong-Sain, W., L. Yu-Ying, C. Yen-Ju, C. Chih-Yu, W. Chien-Lung and H. Chain-Shu, 2013. A new sp2-sp2 dialkylethylene-bridged heptacyclic ladder-type arene for high efficiency polymer solar cells. Adv. Energy Mater., 3: 457-465.
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  25. Chueh, C.C., K. Yao, H.L. Yip, C.Y. Chang and Y.X. Xu et al., 2013. Non-halogenated solvents for environmentally friendly processing of high-performance bulk-heterojunction polymer solar cells. Energy Environ. Sci., 6: 3241-3248.
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  26. Chang, C.Y., L. Zuo, H.L. Yip, Y. Li and C.Z. Li et al., 2013. A versatile fluoro-containing low-bandgap polymer for efficient semitransparent and tandem polymer solar cells. Adv. Funct. Mater., 23: 5084-5090.
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  27. Wu, J.S., Y.J. Cheng, T.Y. Lin, C.Y. Chang, P.I. Shih and C.S. Hsu, 2012. Dithienocarbazole-based ladder-type heptacyclic arenes with silicon, carbon, and nitrogen bridges: Synthesis, molecular properties, field-effect transistors, and photovoltaic applications. Adv. Funct. Mater., 22: 1711-1722.
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  28. Cheng, Y.J., S.W. Cheng, C.Y. Chang, W.S. Kao, M.H. Liao and C.S. Hsu, 2012. Diindenothieno[2,3-b]thiophene arene for efficient organic photovoltaics with an extra high open-circuit voltage of 1.14 eV. Chem. Commun., 48: 3203-3205.
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  29. Chen, Y.L., C.Y. Chang, Y.J. Cheng and C.S. Hsu, 2012. Synthesis of a new ladder-type benzodi (cyclopentadithiophene) arene with forced planarization leading to an enhanced efficiency of organic photovoltaics. Chem. Mater., 24: 3964-3971.
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  30. Chang, C.Y., Y.J. Cheng, S.H. Hung, J.S. Wu, W.S. Kao, C.H. Lee and C.S. Hsu, 2012. Combination of molecular, morphological and interfacial engineering to achieve highly efficient and stable plastic solar cells. Adv. Mater., 24: 549-553.
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  31. Cheng, Y.J., M.H. Liao, C.Y. Chang, W.S. Kao, C.E. Wu and C.S. Hsu, 2011. Di(4-methylphenyl)methano-C60 bis-adduct for efficient and stable organic photovoltaics with enhanced open-circuit voltage. Chem. Mater., 23: 4056-4062.
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  32. Cheng, Y.J., L.C. Hung, F.Y. Cao, W.S. Kao, C.Y. Chang and C.S. Hsu, 2011. Alternating copolymers incorporating cyclopenta[2,1-b:3,4-b`]dithiophene unit and organic dyes for photovoltaic applications. J. Polym. Sci. Part A: Polym. Chem., 49: 1791-1801.
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  33. Cheng, Y.J., J.S. Wu, P.I. Shih, C.Y. Chang, P.C. Jwo, W.S. Kao and C.S. Hsu, 2011. Carbazole-based ladder-type heptacylic arene with aliphatic side chains leading to enhanced efficiency of organic photovoltaics. Chem. Mater., 23: 2361-2369.
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  34. Cheng, Y.J., C.H. Chen, Y.S. Lin, C.Y. Chang and C.S. Hsu, 2011. Ladder-Type nonacyclic structure consisting of alternate thiophene and benzene units for efficient conventional and inverted organic photovoltaics. Chem. Mater., 23: 5068-5075.
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  35. Chen, C.H., Y.J. Cheng, C.Y. Chang and C.S. Hsu, 2011. Donor-acceptor random copolymers based on a ladder-type nonacyclic unit: synthesis, characterization, and photovoltaic applications. Macromol., 44: 8415-8424.
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  36. Chang, C.Y., C.E. Wu, S.Y. Chen, C. Cui, Y.J. Cheng, C.S. Hsu, Y.L. Wang and Y. Li, 2011. Enhanced performance and stability of a polymer solar cell by incorporation of vertically aligned, cross-linked fullerene nanorods. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 50: 9386-9390.
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  37. Chang, C.Y and F.Y. Tsai, 2011. Efficient and air-stable plastics-based polymer solar cells enabled by atomic layer deposition. J. Mater. Chem., 21: 5710-5715.
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  38. Chang, C.Y., C.T. Chou, Y.J. Lee, F.Y. Tsai and M.J. Chen, 2009. Thin-film encapsulation of polymer-based bulk-heterojunction photovoltaic cells by atomic layer deposition. Org. Electr., 10: 1300-1306.
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  39. Chang, C.Y., F.Y. Tsai, S.J. Jhuo and M.J. Chen, 2008. Enhanced OLED performance upon photolithographic patterning by using an atomic-layer-deposited buffer layer. Org. Electr., 9: 667-672.
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