Ie-Hong Hong received a Ph.D. degree from the National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 1994. He serves as an Assistant Research Scientist, Scientific Research Division, Condensed Matter Group, National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center (NSSRC), from Nov 1995 to 2003, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Physics, National Chiayi University, from Aug 2003 to Jul 2007, an Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Physics, National Chiayi University, from Aug 2007 to Jul 2010, an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrophysics, National Chiayi University, since Aug 2010. His research fields include scanning tunneling microscopy/spectroscopy, self-organization, nanolithography, X-ray photoelectron spectromicroscopy. His recent publications include: Ie-Hong Hong, Yung-Cheng Liao, and Yung-Feng Tsai, Applied Physics Express, 4, 115003 (2011/11); Ie-Hong Hong, Yung-Feng Tsai, and Tsung-Ming Chen, Applied Physics Letters, 98, 193118 (2011/5); Ie-Hong Hong, Yen-Chieh Liao, and Shang-Chieh Yen, Advanced Functional Materials, 19, 3389 (2009/11); Ie-Hong Hong, Shang-Chieh Yen, and Fu-Shiang Lin, Small, 5, 1855 (2009/8); Ie-Hong Hong, Self-Organization of Two-Dimensional Highly-Regular Nanowire Meshes on a Si (110)-16×2 Surface, Nova Science Publisher, New York, 2011/9; Ie-Hong Hong, Self-Organization of Mesoscopically Ordered Parallel Rare-Earth Silicide Nanowire Arrays on a Si(110)-16×2 Surface, Nanofabrication, InTech Publisher, Rijeka, 2011/12.
Biography Updated on 9 December 2012