|Iat Neng CHAN陳溢寧
- Ph.D. in Physics, University of California at San Diego (UCSD) (1992)
- M.Sc. in Physics, University of California at San Diego (UCSD) (1989)
- B.Sc. in Physics, National Taiwan Normal University (1983)
- General Physics
- Physical Sciences
- Laser and Semiconductor Physics
- Physics in high temperature superconductor and thin film
- Material Science
- Electronics and Power
- Environmental Science
- Science Education
- Lin, M, & Chan, I N Implications of regional surface ozone increases on visibility degradation in southeast China at Hong Kong. Tellus,(2012)
- “Review on trial methods in physics teaching”, I.N. Chan, CPS Fall Meeting, Guangzhou, China, 2012
- “Subtle exchange model of flow depended on the blood cell shape to enhance the micro-circulation in capillary”, I.N. Chan, APS March Meeting, Boston, USA, 2012
- “Ratiocination on the motion of red blood cell jostling in narrow capillary”, I.N. Chan, CPS Fall Meeting, Hangzhou, China, 2011
- “Development of biophysics for biomedicine and biomedicine engineering in Macao”, I. N. Chan, The IUPAP 7th International Conference on Biological Physics, San Diego, USA, 2011
- Chan, I. N. (2011). Emerging Air Pollution Issues in Changing Pearl River Delta of South China, Air Pollution / Book 5. (pp. (X)-(X+16)). on-line: InTech .
- “Aggregation of thermal particle in simulation”, I.N. Chan, APS March Meeting, Dallas, USA, 2011
- Wan, J. M., & Chan, I. N. (09/03/2010). Change of air quality and its impact on atmospheric visibility in central-western Pearl River Delta. Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Assessment , on line. pp. on line-on line.
- “Preliminary estimation on the aptitude and effectiveness in studying sciences”, I.N. Chan, CPS Fall Meeting, Tianjin, China, 2010
- “Nonlinear motion vortices in superconductor devices”, I.N. Chan, CPS Fall Meeting, Jinan, China, 2008
- “Effective enhancement technique for wind power system”, T.X. Wang and I.N. Chan, Conference of EPSI, Macau, China, 2008 (CISPI)
- “The Policy of the management and Control of Air Quality in Hong Kong : Review and Challenges”, Chapter 13, p263, Analysis of Public Policies of China, 2008
- “The Cooperation in the Regulating of Air Pollution in the Pan-Pearl River Delta : A Public Policy Analysis Perspective”, Chapter 14, p275, Analysis of Public Policies of China, 2008
- “The role of science education for developing special technology in Macau”, Guang Dong Optical Society academic exchange meeting, 2007
- “Primary Analysis on Nitric Oxide of Macau”, Atmospheric Remote Sensing and Lidar Workshop, 2007
- “Simulation for the relations between the parameters of dynamic superconductor vortices”, Chinese Physics Conference, 2007
- “Simulation on Vortex Effect for Superconducting Devices”, EPMESC X, 2006
- “Initial Study on the Renewable Energy Development in Macau”, Symposium on city energy technology in Macau, p167, 2006
- “Simulation on Vortex Behavior for Devices of Superconductor”, RIUPEEEC, 2005
- “Multifunction Sterilizer”, China Patent, 1999
- “High Jc T1-based Superconducting Thin Films”, accepted by Proceeding of Symposium of Electrochemical Society in Honolulu, 1993.
- “High Quality T12Ba2Ca2Cu3010 Thin Films Fabricated via Laser Ablation”, Modern Physics Letters B7, p.19, 1993.
- “Phase Transformation during low temperature T1-diffusion in the Fabrication of T1-Ba-Ca-Cu-O Thin Films”, Physica, C 214, p.190, 1993.
- “Superconductin T1Sr2(Ca,Cr)Cu207 Thin Films with Critical Current Density up to 10^6 a/cm2”, Journal of Applied Physics, 74, p.4259, 1993.
- “Thickness Dependence of the Superconducting Transition Temperature of YBCO”, Physics Letters, A, 175, p.241, 1993.
- “Scaling of Critical Current in High-temperature Superconducting Superlattices and Thin Films”, Applied Physics Letters, 61, p.3181, 1992.
- “New Buffer Layer for High-temperature Superconducting Ceramics on Sapphire: LaB2Cu30y/Ag Bilayers”, Applied Physics Letters, 59, p1245, 1991.
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