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  為促進本所研究教學發展,提升國際學術地位,加強與產業界之合作關係,本所特於941223日及1224日舉辦「前瞻性光電科技學術教育交流講座」、「94學年度光電所諮詢委員會會議」二項活動,請本所師生共襄盛舉。該二項活動時程如下 :

       1223日「前瞻性光電科技學術教育交流講座」

活動名稱

前瞻性光電科技學術教育交流講座

日期

941223

地點

博理館101演講廳

8:40~9:00

      

演  講  時  程  表

9:00~10:20

 

劉容生 所長

Dr. Yung S. Liu

 

工業技術研究院光電所

 

講題:Semiconductor Lighting - Technologies and future challenges

10:40~12:00

 

吳明強 教授

Professor Ming C. Wu

University of California, Berkeley

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer  Sciences & Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center

 講題:New Trends in Optical MEMS

1220~14:00

午餐(台大第一活動中心貴賓室)

14:00~15:20

 

陳永睿 教授

Professor Yung Jui Chen

Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

講題:Future Directions of Planar Lightwave Circuits

15:35~16:55

 

吳詩聰 教授

Professor Shin-Tson Wu

College of Optics and Photonics

University of Central Florida

講題:Tunable Photonic Liquid Crystal Devices

17:10~18:30

 

鄭克勇 教授

Professor Keh-Yung Cheng

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

講題:Hyper-Uniform Nanophotonic Technologies for Ultra-Fast Optoelectronic

 

       1224日「94學年度光電所諮詢委員會會議」

               諮詢委員介紹

                1. 劉容生所長   工業技術研究院光電所

Dr. Yung S. Liu is Fellow and VP of Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) in Hsinchu, Taiwan, and serves as General Director of the Opto-Electronics and Systems Labs (OES). He directs R&D programs developing the advanced technologies in the areas of optical data storage, imaging and display, and opto-electronics devices and components to support a rapidly growing opto-electronic industry in Taiwan. He received his Ph.D. degree in Applied and Engineering Physics from Cornell University and BS in Physics from National Taiwan University.

Prior to joining ITRI in 1998, he was with GE Corporate R& D Center in Schenectady, New York where he held various responsibilities managing programs in optical data communication, advanced interconnect, solid state lasers and nonlinear optical devices. He received numerous awards for his technical and management achievements including  GE Managerial Award for his leadership role in high power laser technology and business development; GE Outstanding Achievement Award for his technical contribution to solid state slab lasers; GE Patent Awards and Publication Awards. In 1998, Dr. Liu was selected by Industry Week’s as one of the “50 R&D Stars to Watch” for his leadership role in a DARPA program that pioneered the technology development of high speed parallel optical interconnect using 32-channel VCSEL array in advanced digital systems. In 2003, Dr. Liu won the prestigious 10th Tung Yuen Award (東元科技獎) for his significant contribution to the advancement of optoelectronic technology in Taiwan.

Dr. Liu is Fellow of the Optical Society of America (OSA), Fellow of PSC, Senior Member of IEEE, and a member of American Physical Society, and SPIE. He has served various professional committee functions in IEEE, APS, OSA, SPIE and consulted for UN Development Program, Max-Planck Society, National Science Council of Taiwan, and ITRI. He has authored over 70 publications and holds 28 US patents. Currently, he is President of the Optical Engineering Society (Taiwan), and President of the Taiwan Optical Communication Industry Alliance (TOCIA), founded in 2001 and founder of  the Solid State Lighting Industry Association (SLIA) in 2002. Dr. Liu also serves as a board member of Taiwan Electronic and Electrical Manufacturers Association (TEEMA), Chinese Physical Society and President-Elect of the Photonics Society of Chinese- American (PSC), the largest professional society of Chinese-American in photonics in USA  (2005/7)

                2. 吳明強教授   University of California, Berkeley

Dr. Ming Wu is Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley, and Co-Director of Berkeley Sensors and Actuators Center (BSAC). His research interests include optical MEMS (micro-electro-mechanical systems), optoelectronics, and biophotonics. He received his B.S. degree from National Taiwan University, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from UC Berkeley in 1983, 1985, and 1988, respectively, all in Electrical Engineering. Before joining the faculty of UC Berkeley, Dr. Wu was a Member of Technical Staff at AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, from 1988 to 1992, and Professor of Electrical Engineering at UCLA from 1993 to 2004. He also held the position of Director of Nanoelectronics Research Facility and Vice Chair for Industrial Relations during his tenure at UCLA. In 1997, Dr. Wu co-founded OMM in San Diego, CA, to commercialize MEMS optical switches.

Dr. Wu has published over 400 papers, contributed 5 book chapters, and holds 11 U.S. patents. He is a David and Lucile Packard Foundation Fellow (1992-1997), and an IEEE Fellow. Dr. Wu was the founding Co-Chair of IEEE LEOS Summer Topical Meeting on Optical MEMS (1996), the predecessor of IEEE/LEOS International Conference on Optical MEMS. He has also served in the program committees of many technical conferences, including MEMS, OFC, CLEO, LEOS, MWP, IEDM, DRC, ISSCC; and as Guest Editor of two special issues of IEEE journals on Optical MEMS.

                3. 陳永睿教授   University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Professor Yung Jui (Ray) Chen received his BS in Physics from National Tsing Hua University in 1969 and Ph.D. in Physics at the University of Pennsylvania (1976). After a brief postdoctoral period at Penn, he joined the Advanced Microelectronic Laboratory at McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Co. in 1977. From 1980 to 1987, Dr. Chen conducted fiber optical communications related research at GTE Laboratories. During the ten years in industry, he worked on MOS/MNOS VLSI technology, wafer scale integration, Ultra- fast optical spectroscopy, linear and nonlinear optics of semiconductors and organic polymers, integrated optics and optoelectronic devices. In 1987, he moved to academe and became one of the founding faculty members of the Department of Electrical Engineering at University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Dr. Chen is currently the UMBC Presidential Research Professor, a full professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering and the Director of Photonics Technology Laboratory. His group's current research interest covers photonic integrated device design, processing, testing, material sciences and physics, WDM broadband optical communications and networking.  Dr. Chen is a fellow of Optical Society of America and Photonics Society of Chinese Americans, senior member of IEEE and member of American Physical Society.

                4. 吳詩聰教授   University of Central Florida

Shin-Tson Wu is a PREP professor at the College of Optics and Photonics, University of Central Florida. Prior to joining UCF in 2001, Dr. Wu worked at Hughes Research Laboratories (Malibu, California) for 18 years. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California and his BS in physics from National Taiwan University.

Dr. Wu is a Fellow of the IEEE, SID, and OSA. He is a recipient of the SID Special Recognition Award, IEEE Outstanding Engineer Award, ERSO (Taiwan) Special Achievement Award, Hughes team achievement award (for transferring liquid crystal technology to JVC), and Hughes Research Labs best paper award. Prof. Wu has co-authored 2 books: “Reflective Liquid Crystal Displays” (Wiley-SID, 2001; this book is rated as a 5-star text by Amazon.com), and “Optics and Nonlinear Optics of Liquid Crystals” (World Scientific, 1993), 5 book chapters, over 200 journal papers, and 25 issued patents. Prof. Wu is the founding Editor-In-Chief for the IEEE/OSA Journal of Display Technology, and an associate editor for the Journal of SID.

                5. 鄭克勇教授   University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Professor Keh-Yung (Norman) Cheng received the B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Chung-Cheng Institute of Technology (CCIT), Taiwan, Republic of China in 1969 and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, Stanford, California in 1972 and 1975, respectively.

From 1975 to 1979, he was a faculty member with the Department of Electrical Engineering, Chung-Cheng Institute of Technology in Taiwan. In 1979, he joined Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, where he began research in MBE technology. His research in this area led to the development of rotating substrate holder for uniform MBE growth, the enhancement of electron mobility in modulation doped GaInAs/AlInAs/InP heterostructures, the first demonstration of dilute nitride III-V compound semiconductors, and the invention of quantum wire heterostructure lasers.  Since 1987, he has been with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he is presently a Professor. From 2000 to 2004, he was the Director of the Bio-Optoelectronic Sensor Systems (BOSS) Center. The BOSS Center was a consortium of seven universities and sponsored by DARPA. In 2004, he became the Director of the Hyper-Uniform Nanophotonic Technologies (HUNT) for Ultra-Fast Optoelectronic Systems Center. The HUNT Center is a consortium of the University of Illinois, Columbia University, Georgia Tech and Harvard University, and sponsored by DARPA under the University Photonics Research Centers program. During the 2003 academic year, he was a Ministry of Education Distinguished Visiting Chair Professor at the Institute of Optoelectronic Technology, National Tsinghua University, Taiwan. His current research interests are in the areas of in situ fabrication of low-dimensional optoelectronic materials and devices, novel high-speed optoelectronic devices, and the development of mid-IR optoelectronic devices. He has published more than 200 technical papers on compound semiconductor materials and devices.

Dr. Cheng is a member of Sigma Xi, the American Physical Society, and the American Vacuum Society. He is a Fellow of IEEE and a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

                6. 盧博彥執行副總經理(兼任視訊顯示器事業群總經理)   友達光電股份有限公司

盧博彥博士於2002年擔任友達光電之執行副總,負責視訊顯示器事業群(Audio-Video Display Business Group),以及友達科技中心(ATC)研發團隊,掌管新產品、新製程、新技術之研發。盧博士於1974年畢業於台灣大學化工系,並分別於1976年及1982年取得美國伊利諾大學化工所之碩士及博士。他在1978~80於美國Gould實驗室擔任資深工程師、1982-95於美國貝爾(Bell Labs)實驗室擔任技術經理、1995-97於工研院電子所擔任LCD產業聯盟副組長,並於1997年加入達眲鴔(友達光電之前身)2003年盧博士獲經濟部頒發「平面顯示器元件產品技術獎」及「傑出人士貢獻獎」。

  諮詢委員會議程

活動名稱

94學年度光電所諮詢委員會會議

   

941224

   

博理館201會議室

   

劉容生(召集人) 、鄭克勇、陳永睿、吳詩聰、盧博彥、吳明強

   

                       

09:00~10:00

主管致辭:校長、教務長、院長、所長

評鑑委員介紹暨系所務概況、發展簡報

10:00~10:56

10:56~11:30

             

11:30~12:26

12:26~14:00

   

14:00~14:56

14:56~15:30

            

15:30~16:30

16:30~16:50

             

16:50~17:50

委員與學生代表座談

17:50~18:30

           

18:30~20:30

            

 

人物專訪

黃建璋助理教授1994年畢業於台大電機系,1996年畢業於台大光電所。在海軍服役兩年後,至美國伊利諾大學香檳分校 (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) 攻讀電機博士,並於2002年獲得學位。黃教授之後在加州聖荷西 (San Jose, California) WJ (Watkins Johnson) communication擔任Staff Scientist,負責高頻無限通訊的元件設計與分析,並負責解決RF功率放大器 (power amplifier) mixer在生產階段所可能遇到的問題。WJ相關產品的良率在他的主導下有顯著的提升。他在2004年回到台灣,先在奇景光電工作短暫的時間,隨後加入台大電機系及光電所擔任助理教授。

研究之餘,黃教授藉著廣泛的興趣來放鬆自己的身心。他喜歡爬山、游泳、打網球,在美國時還打過高爾夫球;不過黃教授很幽默地表示最近比較少游泳了,因為頭髮有愈來愈少的趨勢。除了運動之外,黃教授也喜歡看電影,他還有個很特別的嗜好,就是陪老婆逛街;看來在學校努力工作的黃教授,私底下也有著很甜蜜愜意的休閒生活呢!

黃建璋教授為Phi-Tau Phi榮譽會員,他在1996年曾獲得台灣光電學會最佳學生論文獎。目前黃教授研究的重點在白光LED的製程及量測,希望在氮化物的基礎上研發其他-族或化物的紅綠光LED以製成白光,而使其能應用到TFT-LCD背光模組甚至一般照明。另外,研究室另一重點為有機或氧化金屬材料的透明低溫電晶體研究,以用在透明可繞式顯示器上。

對於光電產業的未來,黃教授認為科技是跟著人類的需求走的,近來人們開始需要平面顯示的介面,不久的將來人類對半導體光源的需求會與日俱增,再來能源的替代會在一二十年間創造新的產業;因此,現在投入光電產業的研究,正是踏在現在及未來明星產業的浪頭。

v 教授對於同學們在學習方面有下列的建議:  

黃教授鼓勵同學們上了研究所後,要「在實作中學習」。

Don’t trust papers. Don’t trust textbooks. Do it and you’ll learn it.

 

實驗室介紹

 

奈米半導體光電實驗室---林清富教授

 

        林清富教授研究領域:

量子井/量子點發光元件、奈米結構之矽半導體發光元件、奈米結構之研製與光電特性

 

奈米是長度單位,當半導體或物質結構小到數十或數奈米時,會有量子現象產生,使其物理和光電特性與傳統物理的認知不同。如量子井會有特定的能階,使量子井雷射特性獲得改進,因此量子井雷射已廣泛應用在許多地方。我們也利用不同寬度量子井結構在同一元件中,每一量子井提供其發光波長和對應頻寬,使得整體的發光頻寬增加數倍,可使半導體光放大器幾乎涵蓋整體的光通訊波段,約可有1300nm到1600nm的範圍。最近奈米更引起廣泛的注意,因為奈米尺度下的各類影響,遠超過以往的認知。我們發現運用奈米結構和奈米粒子,可以改變電子和電洞的復合行為,而提升矽半導體的發光效率,改變過去所認為的間接能隙特性。然而奈米尺度的影響有正面和負面,因此在製作奈米結構和運用奈米粒子當中,我們也要留意維持矽半導體的高品質,使電子和電洞的非幅射性復合機率,保持在相當低的狀態。

我們對於奈米結構應用在光電元件有持續的興趣,一方面我們探討奈米結構對光電元件特性的影響,另一方面也研究製作、觀察、應用奈米結構的新技術,希望能結合奈米技術與光電元件技術,使電子和光電可以整合於矽半導體晶片上,讓光訊號傳輸或用光做訊號處理更方便。

 

所務公告及活動花絮

 

光子晶體與奈米光電研討會

Workshop on Photonic Crystals and Nano-Photonics

時間:94114日(下午)及5日(全天)

地點:台灣大學電機資訊學院博理館101演講廳

花絮報導

會議經過

光子晶體與奈米光電研討會(Workshop on Photonic Crystals and Nano-Photonics)於94114日(下午)及5日(全天),假台灣大學電機資訊學院博理館101演講廳舉行。由日本IEICE(電子情報通訊學會,The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers)贊助,特別邀請到國際上極為著名之二位國外講者:Kiyotoshi YasumotoDepartment of Computer Science and Communication Engineering, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan)及Masaya NotomiPhotonic Nanostructure Research Group, NTT Basic Research Laboratories, Atsugi, Japan)發表專題演講。另外,更邀集14位國內相關領域著名之學者專家發表卓越研究成果。

原本預期約150人與會,沒想到各界反映熱烈,座無虛席,至會後統計結果共高達291位國內外相關研究領域之專家學者學生與會,會中討論熱烈,收穫豐碩。另外,再次感謝國科會工程處工程科技推展中心補助經費辦理此研討會,對於推動產學合作契機更上層樓,會議圓滿成功。

照片集錦

 

日本Kiyotoshi Yasumoto教授主講

Modeling of scattering, guidance, and radiation in two-dimensional photonic crystals

後為主持人--台大光電所張宏鈞教授,亦為IEICE台灣代表。

 

 

日本Masaya Notomi教授主講

All-optical switching and dynamic nonlinear control in photonic crystals

 

 

場內座無虛席,反應熱烈

 

 

賀!本所十一月份學生得獎記錄

年度 姓名 指導教授
94 林聖傑

94學年度第一學期國際航電獎學金

邱奕鵬
94 莊凱翔 94學年度第一學期國際航電獎學金 李君浩

94

林皓武

94學年度財團法人聯發科技教育基金會聯發科技獎學金

吳忠幟

94

莊凱翔

榮獲台灣應用材料公司補助

「新世代半導體種子成長營-矽谷之行」赴美參訪計畫

李君浩

94

陳冠宇

榮獲台灣應用材料公司補助

「新世代半導體種子成長營-矽谷之行」赴美參訪計畫

李君浩

 

本所十一月份教師出國動態

姓名

開會日期

事由

會議名稱

地點

楊志忠

94.11.7-11.10

開會

亞太地區光通訊研討會

上海

李君浩

94.11.28-12.2

開會

材料研究學會2005年秋季會議

波士頓

楊志忠

94.11.28-12.2

開會

2005年美國材料學會秋季年會

波士頓

特別報導

 

2005兩岸光學微結構與雷射技術研討會,大陸與會代表遊台灣

小遊故宮記

光電所博士班學生巫漢敏

11月份,十分幸運地,我參與了由台灣大學光電所及中央研究院原子與分子科學研究所所主辦之『2005兩岸光學微結構與雷射技術研討會』的部分籌備工作。在研討會眾多繁忙的準備事務中,更幸運地有了一天假期,陪同與會的大陸學者,一同遊覽了台北重要的歷史景點,如國父紀念館與中正紀念堂,其中也安排了一段故宮博物院的參觀,其中略有所得,在此與各位分享小小的收穫與心得。

當人長大後,重遊故地,很容易地會有眼下景觀等比例縮小的感覺。基隆港變小了、永安漁港的海堤變短、盪鞦韆變矮等。正值國小、年紀幼小的我,眼中的故宮是非常宏偉的建築,主館前後分別是遼闊的廣場與綿延而去的山野,但是到了現在,一樣地不逃眼中那縮水的命運。甚至有些運氣不佳,因為故宮的修建工程,封閉了大部分的主館建築,表示眾多珍貴館藏都將因空間缺乏而無法展示,是參觀訪客的損失。然而,感謝導覽義工的詳盡解說,讓我在這短短的參館幾小時內,看到偌大精深中國文化的小小一隅,上至商周、下至清末、左視青銅鐘鼎、右觀玉石陶瓷,詩詞書畫萬卷,卻已讓我感動於其中之美。

首先是青銅器,鎮館重寶之一---毛公鼎,是二千八百多年前商周時代的一件宗廟祭器。內壁鑄有五百字的銘文,是現存銅器中,銘文最長的一件。記載著周宣王叔父毛公的治理大小政事,有功於國,毛公鑄鼎傳示子孫。在莊嚴與鐘鼎的線條之中,我不禁有些脫線地心想---比起史冊與書籍,鐘鼎的鑄造真是一個傳示功勳的好方法呀刻上銘文,除了有其獨特的藝術美感外,也可以將自己生命的存在以一種不易被抹滅的方式長久地記錄下來,存於天地之間,不怕風雨蟻蟲之侵蝕,甚至也比現在典型的文件儲存更有保存性。想想,古人如毛公之流真是用了一個相當有趣的方式來宣告呀。

玉石的展覽中則是從看到玉石不同質性的顯示,石器時代之帶齒動物面紋展現樸質與嘗試開發藝術的味道,而商周時代使用玉圭作為禮制用具,接續時代的前進,玉器就轉化成精緻的賞玩雕刻,玉佩、玉杯、帶飾等,總是漂浮著細緻與奢華的氣息,相較之下,我還是喜歡大氣而質樸的遠古簡單飾品。不過還是要提起故宮最著名的玉器---翠玉白菜與紅燒肉,在精緻的刻工下其實是母親對女兒婚姻的祝福,知道藝術品背後的故事,那美感可以更容易地被感受到。

必定,我是天真加上沒氣質,當我看著看著漢唐宋的文物與雕刻,某一時刻的剎那,我直覺感到非常驚訝!文物上的字,我竟然看得懂耶!就是與現在一模一樣的漢字,飄逸地馳揚於古紙之上,1000年前寫的字,怎麼!我會看得懂!理所當然的答案,我是中國人呀!心中有股感動,原來這就是文化的傳承,一代接一代,卻也已經流傳千年,有形的鐘鼎文物以及字,都可以以物質的型態留下,但我想,真正寶貴的是精神層面的價值觀與思想,應該更值得我去仔細思索吧。

 

健康小站

 

遇有可疑死禽,該如何通報?

 

臺北市政府衛生局 回答:

目前臺灣仍為非疫區,疫情等級為0級,且經長期監測結果也未發現高病原家禽流行性感冒(H5N1)案例,即表示目前在臺灣生活環境中並無H5N1病毒存在,因此您無須過度驚慌。

而動物衛生檢驗所基於防疫之需要及降低民眾的恐慌,也會不定期至轄區內公園採取野外鳥禽糞便進行監測,以期「早期監測、早期通報」,確保健康。若您有發現禽鳥大量死亡(10隻以上),請與動物衛生檢驗所聯繫將派員前往採樣檢驗。

如遇有可疑死禽的話,請不必恐慌,可馬上通報環保局公害專線(02-2720-6301或02-2720-6302)來清理。於禽流感期間,環保局會協助民眾處理戶外可疑鳥禽糞便或屍體。如有發現大量不明原因異常死亡情形,也請絕對不要碰觸

若有可疑死禽需要檢驗,立即通報動物衛生檢驗所(02-8789-7158或02-8789-7116)即馬上派員前往處理。

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