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Hi, I am Ting-Hsuan

Ting-Hsuan Chen

PhD Candidate at Duke University

I am a Materials Science PhD candidate (with concurrent MS in Electrical and Computer Eng.) at Duke University. On research, I love to explore modeling and experimental optics, electrochemistry, personal heat management and their applications on wearable devices. In addition, I am deeply captivated by the impact of science and technology on the market and industry.

My experiences and skills have grown from both academic research and industrial collaboration. I led projects and assisted on writing proposal with Sony and Cambrios during my PhD. My goal is to provide research-based advices and analyses from both scientific and business point of view.

Heat Transfer
Optics & Photonics
Wearable Device Engineering



Wearable Variable Emittance Device (WeaVE)
PhD Student Sept. 2019 - Mar. 2022

This project is application-driven and sponsored by Sony, centering around wearable devices and thermal management by utilizing electrochromic conductive polymers. The result leads to a journal paper under review.

Selective Heterojuction Photocatalyst for CO2 Reduction
Research Assistant June 2018 - June 2019

Designed hydrothermal process and performed characterization (XRD, TEM, SEM…) for metal oxide photocatalyst.

Laser-welding Induced Massive Ferrite in Low-carbon Steel
Research Assistant Sept. 2017 - June 2018

Studied the crystallograhy information of massive ferrite in laser-welded steel by using metallography skills, EBSD, TEM…

Highly improved thermoelectric performance of BiCuTeO achieved by decreasing the oxygen content
Nothing Oct 2019 - Dec 2019

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