Professor
Hong,Tzay-ming

 
Personal Website
Office:886-3-5742510(PHYS R415)
Fax:886-3-5723052
E-mail:
ming@phys.nthu.edu.tw

Education
  1. 1984-1988 Ph.D. in Physics, University of California, San Diego, U.S.A.
  2. 1978-1982 B.S. in Physics, National Taiwan University, R.O.C.
Professional Experience
Current position:
  1. 1997-present, Professor of Physics, National Tsing Hua University
Experience:
  1. 1992-1997, Associate Professor of Physics, National Tsing Hua University
  2. 1990-1992, Postdoc Fellow of Physics, Sheffield University, U.K.
  3. 1988-1990, Postdoc Fellow of Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge University, U.K.
Research Fields
    1. Condensed Matter Theories(Magnetism and Superconductivity)
    2. Polymer Kinetics
Research Interests and achievement
Updated on September 3, 2006
My recent interest is focused mainly on classical systems and their statistical properties. For instance, (1) the statistical and dynamical behavior of a vibrating key chain on a speaker. How is it similar to and different from a polymer in isolation, confinement, melt, or solution? Particularly, we find the entropic force observed in this system can be extended to stiff rods and even books on a shelf in the event of an earthquake. Now we have arranged for students to sneak in the physics library regularly late at night to simulate the various shakings due to earthquakes on the shelves. (2) Classic Hele-Shaw experiment is studied in the case of point or circular injection. Different from the parallel injection abundant in the literature, we argue (and duly observed) they are of different universality class. A new approach, as opposed to the famous KPZ model, is required.
Selected Publications
  1. C. H. Chang and T. M. Hong*, “Spin-glass-like behavior caused by Mn-riched Mn(Ga)As nanoclusters in GaAs”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 93, 212106 (2008)
  2. Y. C. Lin, Y. L. Wang, Y. Liu, and T. M. Hong*, “Crumpling under an ambient pressure”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 125504 (2008)
  3. T. Y. Wang and T. M. Hong*, “Segregation induced by phase synchronization in a bidisperse granular layer”, Phys. Rev. E 78, 061301 (2008)
  4. Y. C. Lin, Y. W. Lin, and T. M. Hong*, “Crumpling wires in two dimensions”, Phys. Rev. E 78, 067101 (2008)
  5. J. H. Hsiao, K. M. Liu, S. Y. Hsu, and T. M. Hong*, “0.7 anomaly due to Rashba interaction in non-uniform electric field”, Phys. Rev. B 79, 033304 (2009)
  6. C. H. Chang and T. M. Hong*, “Interlayer coupling enhanced by the interface roughness”, Phys. Rev. B 79, 054415 (2009)
  7. C. H. Chang, S. M. Wang, and T. M. Hong*, “Origin of branch points in the spectrum of PT-symmetric periodic potentials”, Phys. Rev. A 80, 042105 (2009)
  8. Y. C. Lin, J. M. Sun, H. W. Yang, Yuekuang Hwu, C. L. Wang, and T. M. Hong*, “X-ray tomography of a crumpled plastoelastic thin sheet”, Phys. Rev. E 80, 066114 (2009)
  9. Y. C. Lin, J. M. Sun, J. H. Hsiao, Yeukuang Hwu, C. L. Wang, and T. M. Hong*, “Spontaneous emergence of ordered phases in crumpled sheets”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 263902 (2009) 本文圖三被選為當期的封面照片
    • All Publications (Expansible)

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