Wu, Yu-Shu (吳玉書)


Ph. D., California Institute of Technology, USA, 1987

Semiconductor device physics theory

Solid state physics theory

Website: http://mx.nthu.edu.tw/~nylue/home

E-mail: yswu@ee.nthu.edu.tw

Dr. Yu-Shu Wu received the BSc degree in 1980 from National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, and the Ph.D. degrees, in Applied Physics, in 1987, from the California Institute of Technology. Since 1988, he has been with the Department of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing-Hua University (NTHU), Hsin-chu, Taiwan, where he is currently a professor. From September 1987 to August 1988, he was a research fellow of the Division of Applied Science, Harvard University. From September 1992 to Feburary 1993, he was a visiting fellow of the Department of Electrical Engineering, Princeton University. From March 1993 to August 1993, he was a visiting scholar of the Department of Physics, the University of California at San Diego. He served in the editorial board of the Chinese Journal of Physics from 1995 to 1997.


Recent Publications

Journal Papers

1. T.-J. Chow, G. Y. Wu, K.-M. Hung , and C.-W. Chen, “Theory of magnetotunneling spectroscopy”, Phys. Rev. B. 55, 1329 (1997).

2. H. Chang and G. Y. Wu, “Study of the semi-classical approximation for resonant-magnetotunneling spectroscopy”, Physica B 245, 15 (1997).

3. D.-Y. Lin, C.-W. Chen, and G. Y. Wu, “Band structure effects on Landau-level mixing in resonant magnetotunneling”, Phys. Rev. B 57, 4599 (1998).

4. C.-H. Lin and G. Y. Wu, “Hopping conduction in granular metals”, Physica B 279, 341 (2000).

5. “Zero-temperature dephasing of conduction electrons in polycrystalline impure metals”, Phys. Rev. B (scheduled to appear in the issue Dec 15, 2000).

6. “Magnetoresistance of granular metals in the hopping regime”, G. Y. Wu and W. Jan, Phys. Rev. B (submitted).

7. C.-H. Lin and G. Y. Wu, “Percolation calculation with non-nearest neighbor hopping of hopping resistances for granular metals”, Thin Solid Films (submitted).

8. W. Jan, G. Y. Wu, and H.-S. Wei, “Electron-phonon interaction in impure polycrystalline metals”, Phys. Rev. B (submitted).