Current Members

  • Hyeonseok Lee, 이현석
  • Education :
    Ph.D 2009-2014 The Pennsylvania State University, USA
    M.S. 2006-2008 Myongji University, South Korea
    B.S. 2000-2006 Myongji University, South Korea

    Research Interests :
    Perovskite solar cells
    Dye-sensitized solar cells
    Inorganic thin film solar cells
    Nanostructured thin film materials

    Email : hslee611@hku.hk; hslee611@gmail.com
    Phone : 28592824
    Office : COB LG-114
Dr. Lee is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Hong Kong. He received his Ph. D in the Department of Electrical Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University, USA. His research interest lies in the area of the fabrication of nanostructured materials and films and their application for energy conversion and storage. His research is focused on the development of 3D electrochemical printing and nanostructured thin films for functional electrodes.
  • Yu-Ting Huang (Vivian), 黃榆婷
  • Education :
    Ph.D 2013-2017, Mechanical Engineering, The University of Hong Kong
    M.S. 2010-2012, Chemical Engineering, National Chung-Hsing University
    B.S. 2005-2009, Chemical Engineering, National Chung-Hsing University

    Research Interests :
    Dye-sensitized solar cells
    Perovskite solar cells
    2D materials (e.g. MoS2, MoSe2, WS2)

    Email : ythuang@connect.hku.hk; yuting0414@hotmail.com
    Phone : 28592824
    Office : Haking Wong Building 202
Dr. Huang received her Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Hong Kong (2013–2017) under the supervision of Dr. Shien-Ping Feng and now works as a research associate. Her current research focuses on the electrochemical fabrication of two-dimensional materials and their applications in photo-/thermo-electrochemical energy conversion.
  • Chih-Chun Chung (Willy), 鍾志君
  • Education :
    Ph.D 2011-2017, Applied Chemistry, National Chiao Tung University
    M.S. 2009-2011, Applied Chemistry, National Chiao Tung University
    B.S. 2005-2009, Chemistry, National Changhua University of Education

    Research Interests :
    Dye-sensitized solar cells
    Quantum dot solar cells
    Perovskite solar cells

    Email : chungcc@hku.hk
    Phone : 28592824
    Office : Haking Wong Building 315
Dr. Chung is a Research Associate in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Hong Kong. He received his Ph.D in Applied Chemistry from National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan. His research interests focus on the development of photovoltaics and optoelectronic materials and interdisciplinary studies on the prospective devices.
  • Will Chang Liu, 刘畅
  • Education :
    Ph.D 2014-2018, Mechanical Engineering, The University of Hong Kong
    B.S. 2009-2013, Mechanical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

    Research Interests :
    Photo-electrocatalyst for energy application
    Thermogalvanic cells

    Email : lcwill07@connect.hku.hk
    Phone : 28592824
    Office : COBLG1-13
Dr. Liu received her Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Hong Kong (2014–2018) under the supervision of Dr. Shien-Ping Feng and now works as a research associate. Her current research focuses on the electrochemical fabrication of micro/nanocrystals and their applications in sensing and energy conversion/saving devices.

Past Members

  • Chia-Hung Su (Scott), 蘇家宏
  • Education :
    Ph.D 2002-2007 National Tsing Hua University
    B.S. 2000-2002 National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

    Research Interests :
    Bioenergies (biodiesel, biogasoline, and jet fuel)
    Chemical reaction engineering
    Biochemical Engineering

    Email : chsu@mail.mcut.edu.tw
    Phone : +886-933732616
    Office : Haking Wong Building 315
Dr. Su is a visiting scholar in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Hong Kong. He received his Ph.D in Chemical Engineering from National Tsing Hua University. He is now an associate professor of chemical engineering and director of Innovation & Incubation Center at Ming Chi University of Technology. His interests include bio-energies, chemical reaction engineering, and biochemical engineering.
  • Swetha Puchakayala
  • Education :
    Ph.D 2009-2013, VIT University, India
    M.Sc: 2006-2008, JNT University, India

    Research Interests :
    Wearable Sensors
    Hybrid electrodes, Shaped Nanostructures
    Cancer Protein Biomarkers
    Electrochemical Sensors

    Email : swethaspl@gmail.com
Dr. Swetha received her Ph.D. in Chemistry under the supervision of Prof. A. Senthil Kumar, VIT University, India. Her current research focuses on the wearable electrochemical sensor, Screen printing, Type-1 diabetes, shape controlled nanostructures and applications in on-body biosensors. She has worked as AIRC fellow for the detection of ovarian cancer protein biomarker with Prof. Flavio Maran at University of Padova, Italy. Now her research focus on stretchable skin attached wearable sensors at North Carolina State University, USA with Zhu research group. Currently, she is the visiting postdoc at The University of Hong Kong in our laboratory.
  • Chien-Cheng Li, 黎建成
  • Education :
    Ph.D 2002-2008, National Cheng Kung University
    M.S. 1998-2000, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
    B.S. 1996-1998, Kun Shan Institute of Technology
    A.D. 1991-1996, Ming Chi Institute of Technology

    Research Interests :
    Nanofluids
    Dye-sensitized solar cells
    Supercapacitors
    Photochemical reaction
    Hydrogen production

    Email : ccli188@hku.hk
Dr. Li was a Research Associate in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Hong Kong. He received his Ph.D in Material Science and Engineering from National Cheng Kong University. He was a researcher in Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) of Taiwan (2011-2013). His research at HKU focused on nanofluids. Now, he is working as principal engineer in R&D department in Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (tsmc).
  • Hongen (Henry) Wang, 王洪恩
  • Education :
    Ph.D 2009.3-2012.3, City University of Hong Kong
    M.S. 2004.9-2007.6, Central South University
    B.S. 1999.9-2003.7, Taiyuan University of Technology

    Research Interests :
    Hierarchically structured materials
    Electrode materials for lithium ion and sodium ion batteries
    Dye-sensitized and hybrid solar cells

    Email : hewang2@hku.hk, hongen.wang@gmail.com
Dr. Wang was a Research Associate in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Hong Kong. He received his Ph.D in Physics and Materials Science from City University of Hong Kong. He is an Associate Professor in the State Key Laboratory of Advanced Technology for Materials Synthesis and Processing at Wuhan University of Technology. His research is focused on the fabrication and characterization of hierarchically (porous) structured materials for solar cells and lithium (sodium) ion batteries.
  • Haijun Su, 蘇海軍
  • Education :
    Post-doc 2012-Present, The University of Hong Kong
    Ph.D 2005-2009, Northwestern Polytechnical University
    M.S. 2003-2005, Northwestern Polytechnical University
    B.S. 1999-2003, Northwestern Polytechnical University

    Research Interests :
    Advanced directional solidification technology and solidification theory
    Laser rapid solidification and forming technology
    High-performance ultra-high temperature oxide eutectic composite ceramics
    Semiconductor-metal eutectic in-situ composite
    Multiferroic magnetoelectric oxide films and composites
    Dye-sensitized solar cells

    Email : shjnpu@nwpu.edu.cn
Dr. Su was a postdoctor sponsored under the Hong Kong Scholar Program in the department of mechanical engineering at the University of Hong Kong. He received his Ph.D in materials science and engineering from Northwestern Polytechnical University. He is a professor in the school of materials science and engineering at Northwestern Polytechnical University. His research is focused on the preparation and characteraiton of directionally solidified ultra-high temperature oxide eutectic composite ceramics, multiferroic magnetoelectric oxide films and dye-sensitized solar cells.