I-Cherng Chen received his M.S. degrees from the Department of Nuclear Science on Radiochemistry Program of National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) in 1987 and Ph.D. degree in applied chemistry from the National Chiao Tung University (NCTU), Taiwan, in 2001. In September 1987, he joined Materials Research Laboratories (MRL) of Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), where he was dedicated to the development of chemical sensors materials and technology. From 2001, he has been involved with nanoscale one-dimension (1D) semiconductors and their electrodevice application. He joined ITRI in 1987 and now is the Project Leader of Microsignal and Energy Technology Section at Micro System Center located in ITRI South. He has worked in various research fields including chemical sensing materials and devices; applications of nanotechnology on microtrace chemicals detection; design and application of functional nanowire device; control and application in nanoscale self-assembly; the microdevice design and fabricate via thick film screen printing/MEMS process. He is also the Coadviser of Ph.D. dissertation in some famous universities in Taiwan. In addition to academic achievements, he also helps industries to develop products such as piezoelectric thin film, pyroelectric IR sensor, and alcohol/gas/humidity/H2S chemical sensor products. These technologies were successfully transferred to domestic industries in Taiwan. During his 24-year career of interdisciplinary research expertise in ITRI, in addition to 20 patents and 38 technical articles, he has published more than 65 SCI journal papers. Currently, he is engaged in the integration of biomedical materials and clinical research by his accumulated expertise of interdisciplinary research.
Biography Updated on 28 February 2011