Hua Chen received his PhD from The Australian National University in Electronic Materials Engineering. Since then, he has held posts at The Australian National University and Deakin University. He undertook an ARC post-doctoral fellowship in 2010.
Hua Chen, a microscopy specialist and ARC post-doctoral fellow, works at Centre for Advanced Microscopy, ANU. He has been studying and working in the field of materials sciences and engineering, which includes various nanomaterials, structure and composite materials, functional thin films, and microelectronic devices. He is very familiar with the synthesis, modification, and characterization of materials.
Currently, he is focusing on characterization and synthesis nanomaterials. This includes the structure and morphology analyses using:
- SEM and TEM with EDS.
- Pattern growth nanotubes.
- Rare earth elements doping.
- Pt coating decoration using a magnetron sputtering.
- Spectral analyses.
- Conductance property of nanotubes.
- Applications of the nano-structures as nano-sensors.
- Mai, H, Lu, T, Li, Q., Sun, Q, Vu, K, Chen, H, Wang, G, Humphrey, M.G, Kremer, F, Li, L, Withers, R.L, Liu, Y.
Photovoltaic Effect of a Ferroelectric-Luminescent Heterostructure under Infrared Light Illumination
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 10 (35), pp 29786-29794 (2018)
- Wen Dong, Wanbiao Hu, Terry J. Frankcombe, Dehong Chen, Chao Zhou, Zhenxiao Fu, Ladir Candido, Guoqiang Hai, Hua Chen,Yongxiang Li, Ray L. Withers, Yun Liu.
Colossal permittivity with ultralow dielectric loss in In + Ta co-doped rutile TiO2
Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2017, 5, 5436