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指任為國立東華大學國際處處長(2018/08至今)
Assigned as Dean, Office of International Affairs, NDHU (2018/08-Now)
受邀為愛思唯爾華人物理學刊編輯(2017/01-Now)
Invited as an Editor, Chinese Journal of Physics, Elsevier (2017/01-Now)
指任為國立東華大學國際處副處長(2017/08-2018/07)
Assigned as Associate Dean, Office of International Affairs, NDHU (2017/8-2018/07)
受邀為科技部自然司物理學門複審委員(2017/01-2019/12)
Invited as a Panel Member, Physics Panel, Department of Natural Sciences, Ministry of Science & Engineering (MOST) (2017/01-2019/12)
受邀為愛思唯爾華人物理學刊編輯經理(2016/01-2016/12)

Invited as Editing Manager, Chinese Journal of Physics, Elsevier (2016/01-2016/12)
獲選為國立東華大學物理學系主任(2015/8-2018/7)

Elected as Head of Physics Department, NDHU (2015/8-2018/7)
指任為國立東華大學亞洲學術合作中心主任(2014/8-2015/12)
Assigned as Director of Asian Academy & Cooperation Center, NDHU (2014/8-2015/12)
獲選為中華民國物理研究推動中心審議委員(2014)
Elected as a Panel Member, Physics Research Promotion Center (PRPC) 2014.
受邀為自然子期刊科學報導編輯委員(2013/10起至今)
Invited as an Editorial Board Member, Scientific Reports, Nature Publishing Group (since 2013/10-Now)


2012 美國專利發表 
2012 USA Patent

US Patent 美國專利 US2012/0104876A1

Title: Instantaneous Magnetohydrodynamic Generator

發明人:馬遠榮 Inventor: Yuan-Ron Ma

Abstract: An instantaneous magnetodynamic generator includes a magnetic plate and a first metallic electrode plate. The magnetic plate has at least one pair of N and S magnetic poles, wherein one magnetic pole of the pair of N and S magnetic poles has a first magnetic pole face and the other magnetic pole of the pair of N and S magnetic poles has a second magnetic pole face. The first metallic electrode plate has an electrode face and at least one metallic wire, wherein the electrode face faces the first and second magnetic pole faces. The metallic wire has a free end moving between a position beneath the first magnetic pole face and a position beneath the second magnetic pole face to induce a positive or negative tunneling current on the first metallic electrode plate.


2012 論文發表於Advanced  Functional Materials
2012 Publication in 
Advanced  Functional Materials


物理學系馬遠榮教授論文最多下載(most access)第二名,於國際知名期刊Advanced Functional Materials,該期刊衝擊指數(impact factor)高達11.805。

Prof. Yuan-Ron Ma's feature article published in Advanced Functional Materials (impact factor is 10.179) and ranked in the 2nd place for most access.

馬遠榮教授所率領的團隊於 2012 年八月,發表一篇有關一維金屬氧化物奈米結構的評論文章,於德國 Wiley 出版社所屬頂級期刊 Advanced Functional Materials ,篇名為 One-dimensional metal-oxide nanostructures: Recent developments in synthesis, characterization, and applications 。此篇論文於 2012 年 8 月 21 日發表,為 Advanced Functional Materials 期刊近年來,唯一邀請台灣團隊所撰寫評論文章。全篇 45 頁幾乎納盡近十年來,於一維金屬氧化物奈米結構的研究。

In August, 2012, Prof. Yuan-Ron Ma and his team were invited to write and publish a feature article titled " One-dimensional metal-oxide nanostructures: Recent developments in synthesis, characterization, and applications " in Advanced Functional Materials. This feature article mentions most studies about 1D metal-oxide nanostructures in a recent decade.

此篇論文於曾為最多下載論文第二名,足見此篇論文受到科學界高度重視。目前被引用次數高達182次。

The feature article has been ranked in the 2nd place for most download, implying that it highly interests many scientists. Now it has been cited 182 times.

Advanced Functional Materials 期刊的衝擊指數 (impact factor, IF) 高達 11.805,於物理、化學、材料、與奈米科技的領域,皆屬於前 4 %~10 %,極具領導地位。

The journal of "Advanced Functional Materials" has an impact factor of 11.805, so it is a top 4~10 % journal in physics, chemistry, and material sciences.

得獎 Awards


2016ESI世界 Top 1% 高度被引用科學與工程論文獎(2016/05/11)
2016 Award for Essential Science Indicators (EST) Top 1% Highly Citation in Science and Engineering (11 May 2016)


國立東華大學校長親自頒獎
The President of NDHU delivered the award

2013 教育部優秀教育人員與公務人員獎
2013 Ministry of Education Award for Excellent Educators and Officers


教育部長親自頒獎
The Education Minister delivered the award

文章發表 Publication


2018
1. “Copper-oxide/reduced graphene oxide nanocomposites catalyzed synthesis of flavanones and flavanones with triazoles hybrid molecules in one-pot: A green and sustainable approach” (2018) ACS Omega 3, 7288-7299. DOI: 10.1021/acsomega.8b00334 (IF=N.A. Cites=0)
2. “Enhancing the efficiency of quasi-solid-state dye-sensitized solar cells by adding bis(trifluoromethane)sulfonimide lithium salt and camphorsulfonic acid to gel-based electrolytes” C.-H. Tsai, Y.-L. Chen, H.-L. Hsu, Y.-R. Ma, S. Mou (2018) Mater. Res. Bulletin 107, 87-93. DOI: 10.1016/j.materresbull.2018.07.017 (IF=2.873, Cites=0)
3. “Controlled hetero‐architectures of Au‐nanoparticles‐decorated ZnO nanowires for enhanced field electron emission displays” P. R. Chikate, K. D. Daware, D. S. Gavhane, Y.-R. Ma, R. J. Choudhary, S. I. Patil, M. A. More, D. M. Phase, S. W. Gosavi, P. M. Shirage, R. S. Devan (2018) ChemistrySelect 3, 7891-7899. DOI: 10.1002/slct.201801282 (IF=1.505, Cites=0)
4. “Impacts of crystal phases and 3d-valence conversions on capacitive performances of one-dimensional MoO2, MoO3, and Magnéli-phase Mo4O11 nanorod-based supercapacitors” D. V. Pham, R. A. Patil, W.-C. Yeh, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2018) Nano Energy 47, 105-111. DOI: 10.1016/j.nanoen.2018.02.044 (IF=13.12, Cites=0)
5. “Probing the mechanism for bipolar resistive switching in annealed graphene oxide thin films” P. Saini, M. Singh, J. Thakur, R. Patil, Y.-R. Ma, R. Tandon, S. Singh, A. Mahapatro (2018) ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 10, 6521-6530. DOI: 10.1021/acsami.7b09447 (IF=8.097, Cites=1)
6. “Role of cobalt cations in short range antiferromagnetic Co3O4 nanoparticles: a thermal treatment approach to affecting phonon and magnetic properties” S. R. Gawali, A. C. Gandhi, S. S. Gaikwad, J. Pant, T.-S. Chan, C.-L. Cheng, Y.-R. Ma, S. Y. Wu (2018) Sci. Rep. 8, 249. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-18563-9 (IF=4.122, Cites=0)
7. “Spitzer shaped ZnO nanostructures for enhancement of field electron emission behaviors” P. R. Chikate, P. K. Bankar, R. J. Choudhary, Y.-R. Ma, S. I. Patil, M. A. More, D. M. Phase, P. M. Shirage, R. S. Devan (2018) RSC Adv. 8, 21664-21670. DOI: 10.1039/c8ra03282c (IF=2.936, Cites=0)
8. “Electrochemically synthesized 1D and 3D hybrid Fe3+ doped ZnSe dandelions for photoelectrochemical cell application” G. M. Lohar, S. T. Jadhav, B. P. Relekar, R. A. Patil, Y.-R. Ma, V. J. Fulari (2018) Optik 158, 53-63. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijleo.2017.12.017. (IF=1.191, Cites=1)
9. “Structural and electrochemical analysis of chemically synthesized microcubic architectured lead selenide thin films” T. S. Bhat, A. V. Shinde, R. S. Devan, A. M. Teli, Y.-R. Ma, J. H. Kim, P. S. Patil (2017) Appl. Phys. A-Mater. Sci. Process. 124, 34. DOI: 10.1007/s00339-017-1441-0 (IF=1.604, Cites=0)
2017
10. “Preparation, characterization and catalytic application of nano-Fe3O4-DOPA-SnO2 having high TON and TOF for non-toxic and sustainable synthesis of dihydroquinazolinone derivatives” B. Dam, R. A. Patil, Y.-R. Ma, A. K. Pal (2017) New J. Chem. 41, 6553-6563. DOI: 10.1039/c7nj01208j (IF=3.201, Cites=2).
11. “Nano-heteroarchitectures of two-dimensional MoS2@ one-dimensional brookite TiO2 nanorods: prominent electron emitters for displays” R. S. Devan, V. P. Thakare, V. V. Antad, P. R. Chikate, R. T. Khare, M. A. More, R. S. Dhayal, S. I. Patil, Y.-R. Ma, L. Schmidt-Mende (2017) ACS Omega 2, 2925-2934. DOI: 10.1021/acsomega.7b00345 (IF=NA, Cites=3).
2016
12. “Impact of cuticle photoluminescence on the color morphism of a male damselfly Ischnura senegalensis (Rambur, 1842)” C.-J. Chuang*, C.-D. Liu, R. A. Patil, C.-C. Wu, Y.-C. Chang, C.-W. Peng, T.-K. Chao, J.-W. Liou, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2016) Sci. Rep. 6, 38051. DOI: 10.1038/srep38051 (IF=4.122, Cites=0)
13. “A Metalloprotein Inspired Ruthenium Complex as an Efficient and Reusable Catalyst for Selective Oxidation of Alcohols to their Corresponding Carbonyl Compounds” R. Jamatia, A. Gupta, M. Mahato, R. A. Patil, Y.-R. Ma, A. K. Pal (2016) ChemistrySelect 1, 5929-5935. DOI: 10.1002/slct.201600751 (IF=1.505, Cites=1)
14. “Ligand-driven and full-color-tunable fiber source: toward next-generation clinic fiber-endoscope tomography with cellular resolution” C.-C. Lai, C.-Y. Lo, T.-H. Hsieh, W.-S. Tsai, D. H. Nguyen, Y.-R. Ma (2016) ACS Omega 1, 552-565. DOI: 10.1021/acsomega.6b00146. (IF=N.A., Cites=1)
15. “Atomically smooth hybrid crystalline-core glass-clad fibers for low-loss broadband wave guiding” C.-C. Lai, C.-Y. Lo, D. H. Nguyen, J.-Z. Huang, W.-S. Tsai, Y.-R. Ma (2016) Opt. Express 24, 20089-20106. DOI: 10.1364/OE.24.020089. (IF=3.356, Cites=3)
16. “Compact nanoarchitectures of lead selenide via successive ionic layer adsorption and reaction towards optoelectronic devices” T. S. Bhat, S. A. Vanalakar, R. S. Devan, S. S Mali, S. A. Pawar, Y.-R. Ma, C. K. Hong, J. H. Kim, P. S. Patil (2016) J. Mater. Sci.: Mater. Electron. 27, 4996-5005. DOI: 10.1007/s10854-016-4386-8. (IF=2.324, Cites=4)
17. “Impact of nanosize on supercapacitance: study of 1D nanorods and 2D thin-films of nickel oxide” R. A. Patil, C.-P. Chang, R. S. Devan, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2016) ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 8, 9872-9880. DOI: 10.1021/acsami.6b00487. (IF=8.097, Times Cited:16)
18. “Growth of boron doped hydrogenated nanocrystalline cubic silicon carbide (3C-SiC) films by hot wire-CVD” A. Pawbake, A. Mayabadi, R. Waykar, R. Kulkarni, A. Jadhavar, V. Waman, J. Parmar, S. Bhattacharyya, Y.-R. Ma, R. Devan, H. Pathan, S. Jadkar, (2016) Mater. Res. Bull. 76, 205-215. DOI: 10.1016/j.materresbull.2015.12.012 (IF=2.873, Cites=5)
19. “Efficient electrochromic smart windows of one-dimensional pure brookite TiO2 nanoneedles” R. A. Patil, R. S. Devan*, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2016) Sol. Energy Mater. Sol. Cells 147, 240-245. DOI: 10.1016/j.solmat.2015.12.024 (IF=5.018, Times Cited:20)
20. “Dielectric, complex impedance and electrical transport properties of erbium (Er3+) ion substituted nanocrystalline, cobalt-rich ferrite (Co1.1Fe1.9-xErxO4)” S. G. Kakade, Y.-R. Ma, R. S. Devan, Y. D. Kolekar, C. V. Ramana (2016) J. Phys. Chem. C 120, 5682-5693. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcc.5b11188 (IF=4.484, Cites=21)
21. “Short range correlation length study in a single ZnO nanowire and its impact on phonon confinement” P.-H. Shih, C.-L. Cheng, Y.-R. Ma, S. Y. Wu (2016) Appl. Phys. Lett. 108, 113101. DOI: 10.1063/1.4943789 (IF=3.495 Times Cited:1)
22. “Chemically synthesized PbS nanoparticulate thin films for a rapid NO2 gas sensor” V. V. Burungale, R. S. Devan, S. A. Pawar, N. S. Harale, V. L. Patil, V. K. Rao, Y.-R. Ma, J. E. Ae, J. H. Kim, P. S. Patil (2016) Mater. Sci.-Poland 34, 204-211. DOI: 10.1515/msp-2016-0001 (IF=0.854, Times cited:4)
23. “Size-controllable synthesis of Bi/Bi2O3 heterojunction nanoparticles using pulsed Nd:YAG laser deposition and metal-semiconductorheterojunction-assisted photoluminescence” R. A. Patil, M.-K. Wei, P.-H. Yeh, J.-B. Liang, W.-T. Gao, J.-H. Lin, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2016) Nanoscale 8, 3565-3571. DOI: 10.1039/c5nr08417b (IF=7.233, Times Cited:9)
24. “Promising field electron emission performance of vertically aligned one dimensional (1D) brookite (beta) TiO2 nanorods”R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, M. A. More, R. T. Khare, V. V. Antad, R. A. Patil, V. P. Thakare, R. S. Dhayal, L. Schmidt-Mende (2016) RSC Adv. 6, 98722-98729. DOI: 10.1039/c6ra20747b (IF=2.936, Times cited:4)
25. “Terahertz spin-wave waveguides and optical magnonics in one-dimensional NiO nanorods” R. A. Patil, C.-W. Su, C.-J. Chuang, C.-C. Lai, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2016) Nanoscale 8, 12970-12976. DOI: 10.1039/c6nr02531e. (IF=7.233, Cites=3)
26. “Highly stable supercapacitive performance of the one-dimensional (1D) brookite TiO2 nanoneedles” R. S. Devan*, Y.-R. Ma*, R. A. Patil, S.-M. Lukas (2016) RSC Adv. 6, 62218-62225. DOI: 10.1039/C6RA11348F (IF=2.936, Times Cited:6)
27. “Doping-free bandgap tuning in one-dimensional Magnéli-phase nanorods of Mo4O11” D. V. Pham, R. A. Patil, J.-H. Lin, C.-C. Lai, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2016) Nanoscale 8, 5559-5566. DOI: 10.1039/c5nr08118a (IF=7.223, Cites=4)
2015
28. “Studies of properties of Fe3+ doped ZnSe nanoparticles and hollow spheres for photoelectrochemical cell application” G. M. Lohar, S. T. Jadhav, H. D. Dhaygude, M. V. Takale, R. A. Patil, Y.-R. Ma, M. C. Rath, V. J. Fulari (2015) J. Alloy. Compd. 653, 22-31. (IF=3.779, Times Cited:12)
29. “Photoelectrochemical cell studies of Fe2+ doped ZnSe nanorods using the potentiostatic mode of electrodeposition” G. M. Lohar, S. T. Jadhav, M. V. Takale, R. A. Patil, Y.-R. Ma, M. C. Rath, V. J. Fulari (2015) J. Colloid Interface Sci. 458, 136-146. (IF=5.091, Times Cited:18)
30. “Studies of properties of Fe2+ doped ZnSe nano-needles for photoelectrochemical cell application” G. M. Lohar, H. D. Dhaygude, R. A. Patil, Y.-R. Ma, V. J. Fulari (2015) J. Mater. Sci.: Mater. Electron. 26, 8904-8914. (IF=2.324, Times Cited:15)
31. “Optical characterization of strong UV luminescence emitted from the excitonic edge of nickel oxide nanotowers” C.-H. Ho, Y.-M. Kuo, C.-H. Chan, Y.-R. Ma (2015) Sci. Rep. 5, 15856. (IF=4.112, Times Cited:5)
32. “Electrochemical performance of potentiodynamically deposited polyaniline electrodes in ionic liquid” D. S. Patil, S. A. Pawar, S. K. Patil, P.P. Salavi, S. S. Kolekar, R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, J. H. Kim, J.C. Shin, P.S. Patil (2015) J. Alloy. Compd. 646, 1089-1095. (IF=3.779, Times Cited:11)
33. “Magnetic properties of cluster glassy Ni/NiO core-shell nanoparticles: an investigation of their static and dynamic magnetization” J.-Y. Ji, P.-H. Shih, T.-S. Chan, Y.-R. Ma, S. Y. Wu (2015) Nanoscale Res. Lett. 10, 243. (IF=3.125, Times Cited:10)
34. “Photoelectrochemical solar cell based on surfactant mediated rutile TiO2 nanorods” S. A. Pawar, D. S. Patil, U. T. Pawar, R. S. Devan, M. M. Karanjkar, Y.-R. Ma, S. W. Shin, J. H. Kim, P. S. Patil (2015) J. Mater. Sci.: Mater. Electron. 26, 2595-2604. (IF=2.324, Times Cited:8)
35. “Functional nanomaterials for energy applications” R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, J.-H. Kim, R. N. Bhattacharya, K. C. Ghosh (2015) J. Nanomater. 131965. (IF=2.207, Times Cited:0)
2014
36. “Characterization and density control of GaN nanodots on Si(111) by droplet epitaxy using plasma-assisted molecular beam epitaxy” I.-S. Yu, C.-P. Chang, C.-P. Yang, C.-T. Lin, Y.-R. Ma, C.-C. Chen (2014) Nanoscale Res. Lett. 9, 682. (IF=3.125, Times Cited:8)
37. “Thiocyanate functionalized ionic liquid electrolyte for photoelectrochemical study of cadmium selenide pebbles” S. A. Pawar, D. S. Patil, S. K. Patil, D. V. Awale, R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, S. S. Kolekar, J.-H. Kim, P. S. Patil (2014) Electrochim. Acta 148, 310-316. (IF=5.116, Cites=8)
38. “Photoluminescence mechanisms of metallic Zn nanospheres, semiconducting ZnO nanoballoons, and metal-semiconductor Zn/ZnO nanospheres” J.-H. Lin, R. A. Patil, R. S. Devan, Z.-A. Liu, Y.-P. Wang, C.-H. Ho, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2014) Sci. Rep. 4, 6967. (IF=4.122, Cites=29)
39. “Photoelectrochemically active surfactant free single step hydrothermal mediated titanium dioxide nanorods” T. S. Bhat, R. S. Devan, S. S. Mali, A. S. Kamble, S. A. Pawar, I. Y. Kim, Y.-R. Ma, C. K. Hong, J. H. Kim, P. S. Patil (2014) J. Mater. Sci.: Mater. Electron. 25, 4501-4511. (IF=2.324, Cites=8)
40. “Oxygen induced strained ZnO nanoparticles: an investigation of Raman scattering and visible photoluminescence” S. S. Gaikwad, A. C. Gandhi, S. D. Pandit, J. Pant, T.-S. Chan, C.-L. Cheng, Y.-R. Ma, S. Y. Wu (2014) J. Mater. Chem. C, 2, 7264-7274. (IF=5.976, Cites=11)
41. “Toward single-mode active crystal fibers for next-generation high-power fiber devices” C.-C. Lai, W.-T. Gao, D. H. Nguyen, Y.-R. Ma, N.-C. Cheng, S.-C. Wang, J.-W. Tjiu, C.-M. Huang (2014) ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 6, 13928-13936. (If=8,097, Cites=5)
42. “Polyaniline based electrodes for electrochemical supercapacitor: Synergistic effect of silver, activated carbon and polyaniline” D. S. Patil, S. A. Pawar, R. S. Devan, S. S. Mali, M. G. Gang, Y.-R. Ma, C. K. Hong, J. H. Kim, P. S. Patil (2014) J. Electroanal. Chem. 724, 21-28. (IF=3.235, Cites=24)
43. “Improved electrochemical performance of activated carbon/polyaniline composite electrode” D. S. Patil, S. A. Pawar, R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, W. R. Bae, J. H. Kim, P. S. Patil (2014) Mater. Lett. 117, 248-251. (IF=2.687, Times Cited:17)
44. “Hydrothermal growth of photoelectrochemically active titanium dioxide cauliflower-like nanostructures” S. A. Pawar, R. S. Devan, D. S. Patil, V. V. Burungale, T. S. Bhat, S. S. Mali, S. W. Shin, J. E. Ae, C. K. Hong, Y.-R. Ma, J. H. Kim, P. S. Patil (2014) Electrochim. Acta 117, 470-479. (IF=5.116, Cites=25)
45. “Large-area nanoscale farmland-like surfaces of one-dimensional NbO2 nanorods with multi-growth directions: Studies on the purple-blue photoluminescence and low-field electron emissions” J.-H. Lin, R. A. Patil, M.-A. Wu, L.-G. Yu, K.-D. Liu, W.-T. Gao, R. S. Devan, C.-H. Ho, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2014) J. Mater. Chem. C, 2, 8667-8672. (IF=5.976, Cites=14)
2013
46. “An efficient methodology for measurement of the average electrical properties of single one-dimensional NiO nanorods” R. A. Patil, R. S. Devan, J.-H. Lin, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2013) Sci. Rep. 3, 3070.
47. “Short-range magnon excitation in NiO nanoparticles” A. C. Gandi, J. Pant, S. D. Pandit, S. K. Dalimbkar, T.-S. Chan, C.-L. Cheng, Y.-R. Ma, S. Y. Wu (2013) J. Phys. Chem. C 117, 18666-18674.
48. “Growth of multifunctional ZnO thin films by spray pyrolysis technique” N. L. Tarwal, A. V. Rajgure, A. I. Inamdar, R. S. Devan, I. Y. Kim, S. S. Suryavanshi, Y.-R. Ma, J.-H. Kim, P.S. Patil, (2013) Sens. Actuator A-Phys. 199, 67-73.
49. “Electrochemical supercapacitor electrode material based onpolyacrylic acid/polypyrrole/silver composite” D. S. Patil, S. A. Pawar, R. S. Devan, M. G. Gang, Y.-R. Ma, J. H. Kim, P. S. Patil (2013) Electrochim. Acta 105, 569-577.
50. “Effect of aluminium and copper acetylacetonate on physicochemical properties of tetraethoxysilane based silica aerogels” V. G. Parale, D. B. Mahadik, M. S. Kavale, A. V. Rao, R. A. Patil, Y.-R. Ma, S. Mullens, R. S. Vhatkar (2013) J. Porous Mater. 20, 563-570.
51. “Improved solar cell performance of chemosynthesized cadmium selenide pebbles” S. A. Pawara, R. S. Devanb, D. S. Patil, A. V. Moholkara, M. G. Gang, Y.-R. Ma, J. H. Kim, P. S. Patil (2013) Electrochim. Acta 98, 244-254.
52. “Efficient electrochromic properties of high-density and large-area arrays of one-dimensional NiO nanorods” R. A. Patil, R. S. Devan, J.-H. Lin, Y.-R. Ma*, P. S. Patil, Y. Liou (2013) Sol. Energy Mater. Sol. Cells. 112, 91-96.
53. “Effective light harvesting in CdS nanoparticle-sensitized rutile TiO2 microspheres” S. S. Malia, R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, C. A. Betty, P. N. Bhosale, R. P. Panmand, B. B. Kale, S. R. Jadkar, P. S. Patil, J.-H. Kim, C. K. Hong (2013) Electrochim. Acta 90, 666-672.
54. “Nanoscale dynamic behavior of surface magnetic domains on a La0.7Sr0.3MnO3 thin film” J.-H. Lin, Y.-R. Lin, T.-K. Wen, R. S. Devan, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2013) J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol. 13, 888-893.
55. “Effective photoluminescence in a large-area array of Ta2O5 nanodots” R. S. Devan, C.-L. Lin, J.-H. Lin, T.-K. Wen, R. A. Patil, Y.-R. Ma* (2012) J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol. 13, 1001-1005.
56. “Electrical and chemical characteristics of probe-induced two-dimensional SiOx protrusion layers” J.-H. Lin, H.-C. Chiu, Y.-R. Lin, T.-K. Wen, R. A. Patil, R. S. Devan, C.-H. Chen, H.-W. Shiu, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2013) Appl. Phys. Lett. 102, 031603.
57. “Efficient electrochromic performance of nanoparticulate WO3 thin films” D. S. Dalavi, R. S. Devan, R. A. Patil, R. S. Patil, Y.-R. Ma, S. B. Sadale, I.Y. Kim, J.-H. Kim, P. S. Patil (2013) J. Mater. Chem. C 1, 3722-3728.
58. “Electrochromic properties of dandelion flower like nickel oxide thin films” D. S. Dalavi, R. S. Devan, R. S. Patil, Y.-R. Ma, M.-G. Kang, J.-H. Kim, P. S. Patil (2013) J. Mater. Chem A 1, 1035-1039.
59. “Electrochromic performance of sol-gel deposited NiO thin film” D. S. Dalavi, R. S. Devan, R. S. Patil, Y.-R. Ma, P. S. Patil (2013) Mater. Lett. 90, 60-63.
2012
60. “One-dimensional metal-oxide nanostructures: Recent developments in synthesis, characteristics and applications” R. S. Devan, R. A. Patil, J.-H. Lin, Y.-R. Ma* (2012) Adv. Funct. Mater. 22, 3326-2270.
61. “Spray deposited localized surface plasmonic Au-ZnO nanocomposites for solar cell application” N. L. Tarwal, R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, P. S. Patil, M. M. Karanjkar, P. S. Patil (2012) Electrochim. Acta 72, 32-39.
62. “Tuning the dimensionality of ZnO nanowires through thermal treatment: An investigation of growth mechanism” P.-H. Shih, H.-J. Hung, Y.-R. Ma, S.-Y. Wu (2012) Nanoscale Res. Lett. 7, 354.
63. “Novel synthesis of kesterite Cu2ZnSnS4 nanoflakes by successive ionic layer adsorption and reaction technique: Characterization and application” S. S. Mali, Bharmana M. Patil, C. A. Betty, P. N. Bhosale, Y. W. Oh, S. R. Jadkare, R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, P. S. Patil (2012) Electrochim. Acta 66, 216-221.
64. “Mass spectrometric identification of pathogens in foods using a zirconium hydroxide immobilization approach” C.-T. Chen, P. M. Reddy, Y.-R. Ma, Y.-P. Ho (2012) Int. J. Mass Spectrom. 312, 45-52.
65. “Investigations on silver/polyaniline electrodes for electrochemical supercapacitors” D. S. Patil, J. S. Shaikh, S. A. Pawar, R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, A. V. Moholkar, J. H. Kim, R. S. Kalubarme, C. J. Park and P. S. Patil (2012) Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 14, 11886-11895.
66. “PbS quantum dot sensitized anatase TiO2 nanocorals for quantum dot-sensitized solar cell applications” S. S. Mali, S. K. Desai, S. S. Kalagi, C. A. Betty, P. N. Bhosale, R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, P. S. Patil (2012) Dalton Trans. 41, 6130-6136.
67. “Hydrothermal synthesis of rutile TiO2 nanoflowers using Brønsted acidic ionic liquid [BAIL]: Synthesis, characterization and growth mechanism” S. S. Mali, C. A. Betty, P. N. Bhosale, R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, S. S. Kolekar, P. S. Patil (2012) CrystEngComm 14,1920-1924.
68. “Room-temperature wide-range photoluminescence and semiconducting characteristics of two-dimensional pure metallic Zn nanoplates” J.-H. Lin, Y.-J. Huang, Y.-P. Su, C.-A. Liu, R. S. Devan, C.-H. Ho, Y.-P. Wang, H.-W. Lee, C.-M. Chang, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2012) RSC Adv. 2, 2123-2127.
2011
69. “Facile and low cost chemosynthesis of nanostructured PbS with tunable optical properties” S. B. Pawar, J. S. Shaikh, R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, D. Haranath, P. N. Bhosale, P. S. Patil (2011) Appl. Surf. Sci. 258, 1869-1875.
70. “Scanning photoemission spectromicroscopic study of 4-nm ultrathin SiO3.4 protrusions probe-induced on the native SiO2 layer” R. S. Devan, S.-Y. Gao, Y.-R. Lin, S.-R. Cheng, C.-E. Hsu, C.-H. Chen, H.-W. Shiu, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2011) Microsc. Microanal. 17, 944-949.
71. “Effect of Mn substitution on electronic structure of Ca9Y(PO4)7:Eu2+,Mn2+ phosphor determined by X-ray absorption spectroscopy” Y.-R. Lu, C.-H. Huang, T.-M. Chen, J.-H. Lin, Y.-R. Ma, J.-L. Chen, C.-C. Hsu, C.-L. Chen, T.-S. Chan (2011) Chem. Phys. Lett. 515, 245-248.
72. “Growth mechanism and magnon excitation in NiO nanowalls” A. C. Gandhi, C.-Y. Huang, C. C. Yang, T. S. Chan, C.-L. Cheng, Y.-R. Ma, S. Y. Wu (2011) Nanoscale Res. Lett. 6, 485.
73. “Electrochromic properties of large-area and high-density arrays of transparent one-dimensional β-Ta2O5 nanorods on indium-tin-oxide thin-films” R. S. Devan, S.-Y. Gao, W.-D. Ho, J.-H. Lin, Y.-R. Ma*, P. S. Patil, Y. Liou (2011) Appl. Phys. Lett. 98, 133117.
74. “Synthesis and characterization of Ru doped CuO thin films for supercapacitor based on Bronsted acidic ionic liquid” J. S. Shaikh, R. C. Pawar, R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, P. P. Salvi, S. S. Kolekar, P. S. Patil (2011) Electrochim. Acta 56, 2127-2134.
75. “Mechanism of light emission and electronic properties of Eu3+-doped Bi2SrTa2O9 system determined by coupled x-ray absorption and emission spectroscopy” T.-S. Chan, C.-L. Dong, Y.-H. Chen, T.-R. Lu, S. Y. Wu, Y.-R. Ma, C. C. Lin, R.-S. Liu, J.-L. Chen, J. Guo, J.-F. Lee, H.-S. Sheu, C. C. Yang, C. L. Chen (2011) J. Mater. Chem. 21, 17119-17127.
76. “An Mn Doped Polyaniline Electrode for Electrochemical Supercapacitor” D. S. Patil, J. S. Shaikh, D. S. Dalavi, M. M. Karanjkar, R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, P. S. Patil (2011) J. Electrochem. Soc. 158, A653-A657.
77. “Two-dimensional single-crystalline pure Zn hexagonal nanoplates: Size-controllable synthesis and X-ray diffraction study” R. S. Devan, J.-H. Lin, Y.-J. Huang, C.-C. Yang, Yung Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2011) Nanoscale 3, 4339-4345.
78. “Enhancement of green-light photoluminescence of Ta2O5 nanoblock stacks” R. S. Devan, C.-L. Lin, S.-Y. Gao, C.-L. Cheng, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2011) Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 13, 13441-13446.
2010
79. “Investigation of high-temperature phase transformation in one-dimensional Ta2O5 nanorods” R. S. Devan, J.-H. Lin, W.-D. Ho, S. Y. Wu, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2010) J. Appl. Crystallogr. 43, 1062-1067.
80. “Creation and manipulation of surface magnetic domains in an alternating up-and-down pattern” G.-C. Xie, L.-C. Lin, S.-Y. Gao, R. S. Devan, S. Y. Wu, Y.-R Ma* (2010) J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol. 10, 4465-4470.
81. “Low-temperature phase transformation and phonon confinement in one-dimensional Ta2O5 nanorods” R. S. Devan, W.-D. Ho, S. Y. Wu, Y.-R. Ma* (2010) J. Appl. Crystallogr. 43, 498-503.
82. “In situ confocal Raman mapping study of a single Ti-assisted ZnO nanowire” A. C. Gandhi, H.-J. Hung, P.-H. Shih, C.-L. Cheng, Y.-R. Ma, S. Y. Wu (2010) Nanoscale Res. Lett. 5, 581-586.
83. “Spontaneous self-organization of Cu2O/CuO core-shell nanowires from copper nanoparticles” J.-Y. Ji, P.-H. Shih, C. C. Yang, T. S. Chan, Y.-R. Ma, S. Y. Wu (2010) Nanotechnology 21, 045603.
2009
84. “High room-temperature photoluminescence of one-dimensional Ta2O5 nanorod arrays” R. S. Devan, W.-D. Ho, C.-H. Chen, H.-W. Shiu, C.-H. Ho, C.-L. Cheng, S. Y. Wu, Y. Liou, Y.-R. Ma* (2009) Nanotechnology 20, 445708.
85. “Room-temperature gas sensing studies of polyaniline thin films deposited on different substrates” N. G. Deshpande, Y. G. Gudage, R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, Y. P. Lee, R. Sharma (2009) Smart Mater. Struct. 18, 095010.
86. “Comparative atomic force and scanning electron microscopy: An investigation of structural differentiation of hepatic stellate cells” K.-T. Chang, M.-J. Tsai, Y.-T. Cheng, J.-J. Chen, R.-H. Hsia, Y.-S. Lo, Y.-R. Ma, C.-F. Weng (2009) J. Struct. Biol. 167, 200.
87. “Effective dielectric and magnetic properties of (Ni-Co-Cu)ferrite/BTO composite ” R. S. Devan, Y.-R. Ma, B. K. Chougule (2009) Mater. Chem. Phys. 115, 263.
2008
88. “X-ray diffraction study of a large-scale and high-density array of one-dimensional crystalline tantalum pentoxide nanorods” R. S. Devan, W.-D. Ho, J.-H. Lin, S. Y. Wu, Y.-R. Ma*, P.-C. Lee, and Y. Liou (2008) Cryst. Growth Des. 8, 4465.
89. “Size effect of surface magnetic anisotropy in Cu2O nanoparticles” P.-H. Shih, J.-Y. Ji, Y.-R. Ma and S. Y. Wu (2008) J. Appl. Phys. 103, 07B735.
90. “Li0.5Co0.75Fe2O4+BaTiO3 particulate composites with coupled magnetic-electric properties” R. S. Devan, D. R. Dhakras, T. G. Vichare, A. S. Joshi, S. R. Jigajeni, Y.-R. Ma, and B. K. Chougule (2008) J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 41, 105010.
91. “Laser oxidation and wide-band photoluminescence of thermal evaporated bismuth thin films” L. Kumari, J.-H. Lin, and Y.-R. Ma* (2008) J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 41, 025405.
2007
92. “Tip-induced large-area oxide bumps and composition stoichiometry test via atomic force microscopy” Y.-S. Lu, H.-I Wu, S. Y. Wu, Y.-R. Ma* (2007) Surf. Sci. 601, 3788.
93. “Construction of magnetization reversals of ring and square thin films of Ni80Fe20 using enhanced magnetic force microscopy” C.-L. You, S. Y. Wu, Y.-R. Ma*, C. Yu, D.-C. Chen, Y. Liou, and Y. D. Yao (2007) Surf. Sci. 601, 4279.
94. “One-dimensional Bi2O3 nanohooks: Synthesis, characterization and optical properties” L. Kumari, J.-H. Lin and Y.-R. Ma* (2007) J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 19, 406204.
95. “Synthesis of bismuth oxide nanostructures by an oxidative metal vapor phase deposition technique” L. Kumari, J.-H. Lin, Y.-R. Ma* (2007) Nanotechnology 18, 295605.
96. “Direct observation of short-circuit diffusion during the formation of a single cupric oxide nanowire” C.-L. Cheng, Y.-R. Ma, M. H. Chou, C. Y. Huang, V. Yeh, and S. Y. Wu (2007) Nanotechnology 18, 245604.
97. “Effects of deposition temperature and thickness on the structural properties of thermal evaporated bismuth thin films” L. Kumari, S.-J. Lin, J.-H. Lin, Y.-R. Ma*, P.-C. Lee, Y. Liou (2007) Appl. Surf. Sci. 253, 5931.
98. “Magnetoresistance in two-component Ag/Ni nanocompacts” S. Y. Wu, Y.-R. Ma, M. T. Liao, W.-H. Li (2007) J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 310, 2359.
99. “X-ray diffraction and Raman scattering studies on large-area array and nano-branched structure of 1D MoO2 nanorods” L. Kumari, Y.-R. Ma,* C.-C. Tsai, Y.-W. Lin, S. Y. Wu, K.-W. Cheng and Y. Liou (2007) Nanotechnology 18, 115717.
2006
100.“Magnetic properties of large-area one-dimensional WO2 and MoO2 nanorods” Y.-R. Ma*, C.-C. Tsai, S. F. Lee, K.-W. Cheng, Y. Liou, Y. D. Yao (2006) J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 304, E13-E15.
101.“Investigation of Tip-Induced Magnetic Ripples on La0.7Sr0.3MnO3 Surface”, J.-S. Chen, Y.-R. Ma*, Y. Liou and Y. D. Yao (2006) J. Appl. Phys. 99, 08B702.
2005
102.“Surface magnetic ripples induced by a local magnetic field from a scanning magnetic tip” H.-I Wu, J.-S. Chen, Y.-R. Ma*, Y. Liou, and Y. D. Yao (2005) IEEE Trans. Magn. 41, 3748.
103.“Synthesis and characterization of one-dimensional WO2 nanorods” Y.-R. Ma*, C.-M. Lin, C.-L. Yeh, and R.-T. Huang (2005) J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B 23, 2141.
104.“Thickness effect of nanosized thin-film iron dot on growth of multiwall carbon nanotubes” Y.-R. Ma*, M. S. Wong, C.-H. Shee, K.-W. Cheng, J.-C. Wu, Y. Liou, and Y.-D. Yao (2005) J. Appl. Phys. 97, 10J707.
2004
105.“Pushing nanoparticles of La0.7Sr0.3MnO3” Y.-R. Ma*, Y. Liou, and Y.-D. Yao (2004) J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 282, 342.
106.“Effect of field power on growth of multiwall carbon nanotubes” Y.-R. Ma*, K.-W. Cheng, C.-H. Shee, C.-C. Tsai, M. S. Wong, H.-L. Liu, Y. Liou, and Y.-D. Yao (2004) J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 282, 61.
107.“Size Effect of nanosized thin-film iron dot on growth of multiwall carbon nanotubes” M. S. Wong, K.-W. Cheng, C.-H. Shee, Y.-R. Ma*, J.-C. Wu, Y. Liou, and Y.-D. Yao (2004) J. Appl. Phys. 95, 7291.
108.“Magnetic switching and reversal process in a tip ring structure” Y. Liou, D.-C. Chen, C. Yu, J. S. Chen, S.-F. Lee, Y. D. Yao, C. C. Tzeng, T. Y. Chen, and K. W. Cheng, and Y.-R. Ma, J. Appl. Phys. 95, 6723, (2004).
109.“Magnetic studies in octagon-patterned permalloy submicro-wires” Y. D. Yao, E. W. Huang, S. F. Lee, C. Yu, M. S. Wong, and Y.-R. Ma (2004) J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 272-276, 1686.
2003
110.“Magnetic force microscopy study in patterned permalloy submicron-wire” E. W. Huang, C. Yu, S. F. Lee, Y. D. Yao, T. Y. Chen, M. S. Wong, C. R. Chang, B. S. Han, Y.-R. Ma (2003) International J. Nanoscience, 2, 325.
111.“Magnetoresistance study in NiFe semicircle-ring patterned wires” C. Yu, S. F. Lee, Y. D. Yao, Y.-R. Ma, E. W. Huang, J. L. Tsai, T. Y. Chen and C. R. Chang (2003) J. Appl. Phys. 93, 7619.
112.“Fabrication and physical properties of permalloy nano-size wires” C. Yu, S. F. Lee, Y. D. Yao, M. S. Wong, E. W. Huang, Y.-R. Ma, J. L. Tsai, and C. R. Chang (2003) Physica B 327, 247.
2002
113.“Observation and investigation of plasimid DNA using an atomic force microscope” Y.-R. Ma*, H.-J. Chiang, and Y.-D. Yao (2002) Microsc. Microanal. 8 (suppl. 2), 988.
114.“Microscopy and Magnetoresistance studies in zigzag and semi-circle-in-series Permalloy wires” C. Yu, S.-F. Lee, Y.-D. Yao, Y.-R. Ma, J. L. Tsai, and C. R. Chang (2002) Microsc. Microanal. 8, (suppl. 2), 1370.
115.“Investigation of magnetic domain structures on a thin film surface of La0.7Sr0.3MnO3 at various temperatures using magnetic force microscopy” Y.-R. Ma*, C.-H. Chueh, W.-L. Kuang, Y. Liou, and Y.-D. Yao (2002) Surf. Sci. 507-510, 571.
116.“Magnetic force microscopy study in La0.7Sr0.3MnO3/Si(001) around its Curie temperature” Y.-R. Ma*, C.-H. Chueh, W.-L. Kuang, Y. Liou, and Y.-D. Yao (2002) J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 239, 371.
2001
117.“Tip-induced local anodic oxidation on the native SiO2 layer of Si(111) using an atomic force microscope” Y.-R. Ma*, C. Yu, Y.-D. Yao, Y. Liou, and S.-F. Lee (2001) Phys. Rev. B 64, 195324.

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Our focus and work

In the nanoscience laboratory, we focus on studies of nanoscience and nanotechnology, and can synthesize metal and metal-oxide zero-dimensional (0D), one-dimensional (1D) and two-dimensional (2D) nanostructures using various deposition techniques in low or high vacuum chambers. The deposition techniques advantage us to acquire pure, massive and functional nanoparticles, nanowires, nanorods, and nanosheets, respectively. These 0D, 1D, and 2D nanostructures have unique properties, which make them excellent for use in smart nanodevices and nanoelectronics.