教授介紹


 

何國川 教授

Kuo-Chuan Ho

電話(02)2366-0739 (02)3366-3020
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辦公室:110A

 

研究室資料

光電材料研究室

108A; 126

(02)3366-3019; (02)3366-3019

學經歷

國立成功大學  化工學士,1978
國立成功大學  化工碩士,1980
美國羅徹斯特大學  化工博士,民1986


研究主題

電致色變材料與元件
電致色變現象是指材料伴隨電子轉移時導致之可逆顏色變化。經由人們的輸入訊號,電致色變光電元件能連續地改變透明度,可用於顯示器、變色太陽眼鏡、天窗、後視鏡等商品上。目前我們正進行多種電致色變薄膜與元件的合成與鑑定。本研究涉及應用固態物理學、材料科學、高分子化學、電化學、及奈米薄膜技術,以改進光電材料與元件的長期穩定性。

 

太陽能轉換與光電池
本研究藉由跨領域合作合成多種有機/無機混成材料用於染料敏化太陽電池。將混成材料塗佈於導電玻璃上照射光,透過對電極與電解質的適當選擇形成一完整的電路進而產生光電流。本研究涉及分子級材料設計、半固態與固態電解質的合成、及染料敏化太陽電池的最適化。

 

電化學工程與奈米感測技術
電化學工程是將電化學和材料科學的原理應用於化學程序中涉及電荷轉移反應的學門。經由進一步對電極材料的了解與設計,我們對發展嶄新的電化學感測元件持有高度的興趣。例如透明ITO導體、二氧化鈦半導體、普魯士藍、聚苯胺、太菁、高分子模版等,在本實驗室探索將其充作感測電極,用於化學和生化感測器。

最新研究

1.On the High Conversion Efficiency of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells Containing Gel Electrolytes (3/3) 研發含膠態電解質之高效率染料敏化太陽能電池 (3/3) Kuo-Chuan Ho, sponsored by National Science Council, NSC98-2120-M-002-003, NT$ 1,519,700, 8/1/2009-7/31/2010
 
2.A Study of Glucose Sensing Chips in Microfluidic Channels using Enzyme-Immobilization 利用酵素固定法研究微流道葡萄糖感測晶片 Kuo-Chuan Ho, sponsored by National Science Council, NSC98-2221-E-002-102, NT$ 1,513,000, 8/1/2009-7/31/2010
 
3.Advanced Processes for Materials in High Efficient Electrochemical Devices   高功能電化學元件材料之先進製程 Kuo-Chuan Ho, sponsored by National Taiwan University, 98R0066-09, NT$ 1,400,000, 8/1/2009-7/31/2010
 


榮譽獎項


1.Honorary Scientific Committee, The International Conference on Advanced Batteries and Accumulators, Brno, Czech Republic (2001-present).
 
2.International Advisory Editorial Board, Sensors (2002-present).
 
3.Editorial Board, Analytical & Bioanalytical Electrochemistry (2008-present).
 
4.Editorial Board, Progress in Photovotaics: Research and Applications (2009-present).
 
5.Editorial Board, International Journal of Photoenergy (2009-present).
 
6.President, Association of Chemical Sensors in Taiwan (2004-2006).
 
7.The Young Scientist Award-The best poster presentation at the 2nd ICFMD. “A Photoelectrochromic Device based on Poly(3,4-alkylenedioxythiophene) Thin Film and Organic Dye,” Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 16-19 (2008).
 
8.The Best Poster Award at the 3rd DSC-IC 2009. “A New Functionalized Ruthenium Super-sensitizer with Enhanced Light-Harvesting Capacity for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells,” Nara, Japan, April 22-24 (2009).
 
9.The Oronzio and Niccolò De Nora Foundation Young Author Prize, awarded by the International Society of Electrochemistry, to Chih-Yu Hsu (2009).
 


 
代表著作 近五年著作

1. M. H. Yeh, L. Y. Lin, C. Y. Chou, C. P. Lee, H. M. Chuang, R. Vittal, and K. C. Ho, “Preparing Core-shell Structure of ZnO@TiO2 Nanowires through a Simple Dipping-rinse-hydrolyzation Process as the Photoanode for Dye-sensitized Solar Cells,” Nano Energy, 2, 609-621 (2013). (SCI, EI)

2. M. K. Leung, Y. S. Lin, C. C. Lee, C. C. Chang, Y. X. Wang, C. P. Kuo, N. Singh, K. R. Lin, C. W. Hu, C. Y. Tseng, and K. C. Ho, “Benzenetricarboxamide-cored Triphenylamine Dendrimer: Nano-Particle Film Formation by an Electrochemical Method,” RSC Advances, 3, 22219-22228 (2013). (SCI, EI)

3. H. W. Chen, C. W. Kung, C. M. Tseng, T. C. Wei, N. Sakai, S. Morita, M. Ikegami, T. Miyasaka, and K. C. Ho, “Plastic Based Dye-sensitized Solar Cell Using Co9S8 Acicular Nanotube Arrays as the Counter Electrode,” J. Mater. Chem. A, 1, 13759-13768 (2013). (SCI, EI) (Featured on the inside front cover page)

4. C. T. Li, C. P. Lee, Y. Y. Li, M. H. Yeh, and K. C. Ho, “A Composite Film of TiS2/PEDOT:PSS as the Electrocatalyst for the Counter Electrode in Dye-sensitized Solar Cells,” J. Mater. Chem. A, 1, 14888-14896 (2013). (SCI, EI) (Featured on the back cover page)

5. A. Baheti, K. R. J. Thomas, C. P. Lee, and K. C. Ho, “Synthesis and Characterization of Dianchoring Organic Dyes Containing 2,7-diaminofluorene Donors as Efficient Sensitizers for Dye-sensitized Solar Cells,” Organic Electronics, 14, 3267-3276 (2013). (SCI, EI)

6. C. P. Lee, J. D. Peng, D. Velayutham, J. Chang, P. W. Chen, V. Suryanarayanan, and K. C. Ho, “Trialkylsulfonium and Tetraalkylammonium Cations-based Ionic Liquid Electrolytes for Quasi-solid-state Dye-sensitized Solar Cells,” Electrochim. Acta, 114, 303-308 (2013). (SCI, EI)

7. L. Y. Lin, M. H. Yeh, K. W. Tsai, C. Y. Chen, C. G. Wu, and K. C. Ho, “Highly Ordered TiO2 Nanotube Stamps on Ti Foils: Synthesis and Application for All Flexible Dye-sensitized Solar Cells,” Electrochem. Commun., 37, 71-75 (2013). (SCI, EI)

8. C. L. Chang, C. W. Hu, C. Y. Tseng, C. N. Chuang, K. C. Ho, and M. K. Leung, “Ambipolar Freestanding Triphenylamine/Fullerene Thin-film by Electrochemical Deposition and its Read-writable Properties by Electrochemical Treatments,” Electrochim. Acta, 116, 69-77 (2014). (SCI, EI)

9. H. W. Chen, Y. D. Chiang, C. W. Kung, N. Sakai, M. Ikegami, Y. Yamauchi, K. C. W. Wu, T. Miyasaka, and K. C. Ho, “Highly Efficient Plastic-based Quasi-solid-state Dye-sensitized Solar Cells with Light-harvesting Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles Gel-electrolyte,” J. Power Sources, 245, 411-417 (2014). (SCI, EI)

10. C. P. Lee, C. Y. Chou, C. Y. Chen, M. H. Yeh, L. Y. Lin, R. Vittal, C. G. Wu, and K. C. Ho, “Zinc Oxide-based Dye-sensitized Solar Cells with a Ruthenium Dye Containing an Alkyl Bithiophene Group,” J. Power Sources, 246, 1-9 (2014). (SCI, EI)

11. L. Y. Lin, M. H. Yeh, C. P. Lee, J. Chang, A. Baheti, R. Vittal, K. R. J. Thomas, and K. C. Ho, “Insights into the Co-sensitizer Adsorption Kinetics for Complementary Organic Dye-sensitized Solar Cells,” J. Power Sources, 247, 906-914 (2014). (SCI, EI)

12. W. H. Chen, T. H. Chang, C. W. Hu, K. M. Ting, Y. C. Liao, and K. C. Ho, “An Electrochromic Device Composed of Metallo-supramolecular Polyelectrolyte Containing Cu(I) and Polyaniline-carbon Nanotube,” Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells (accepted). (SCI, EI)

13. M. H. Yeh, L. Y. Lin, J. S. Su, Y. A. Leu, R. Vittal, C. L. Sun, and K. C. Ho, “Nanocomposite Graphene/Pt Electrocatalyst as Economical Counter Electrode for Dye-sensitized Solar Cells,” ChemElectroChem (accepted). (SCI, EI)

14. M. H. Yeh, L. Y. Lin, T. Y. Huang, H. M. Chuang, C. W. Chu, and K. C. Ho, “Study on Oxidation State Dependent Electrocatalytic Ability for I-/I3- Redox Reaction of Reduced Graphene Oxides,” Electroanalysis (accepted). (SCI, EI)

15. T. H. Chang, C. W. Hu, R. Vittal, and K. C. Ho, “Incorporation of Plastic Crystal and Transparent UV-cured Polymeric Electrolyte in a Complementary Electrochromic Device,” Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells (accepted). (SCI, EI)

16. Y. H. Cheng, C. W. Kung, L. Y. Chou, R. Vittal, and K. C. Ho, “Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) (PEDOT) Hollow Microflowers and their Application for Nitrite Sensing,” Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical (accepted). (SCI, EI)

17. R. Y. Y. Lin, F. L. Wu, C. H. Chang, H. H. Chou, T. M. Chuang, T. C. Chu, C. Y. Hsu, P. W. Chen, K. C. Ho, Y. H. Lo, and J. T. Lin, “Y-shaped Meal-free D-π-(A)2 Sensitizers for High-performance Dye-sensitized Solar Cells,” J. Mater. Chem. A (accepted). (SCI, EI)

18. T. C. Chu, R. Y. Y. Lin, C. P. Lee, C. Y. Hsu, P. C. Shih, R. Lin, S. R. Li, S. S. Sun, J. T. Lin, R. Vittal, and K. C. Ho, “A Novel Ionic Liquid Electrolyte with Dual-Redox Couple for Efficient Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells,” ChemSusChem (accepted). (SCI, EI)

19. C. L. Chang, C. W. Hu, C. Y. Tseng, C. N. Chuang, K. C. Ho, and M. K. Leung, “Ambipolar Freestanding Triphenylamine/Fullerene Thin-film by Electrochemical Deposition and its Read-Writable Properties by Electrochemical Treatments,” Electrochim. Acta (accepted). (SCI, EI)

20. P. C. Shih, J. D. Peng, C. P. Lee, R. Y. Y. Lin, T. C. Chu, R. Vittal, and K. C. Ho, “Multi-functional TiO2 microflowers with nanopetals as a scattering layer for enhanced performance of a quasi-solid-state dye-sensitized solar cell,” ChemElectroChem (accepted). (SCI, EI)