National Taiwan University
No.1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Rd.
Taipei, Taiwan, 10617
Tel: 886-2-33665236
Fax: 886-2-3366523

Wei-Fang Su
Professor of Polymer Science and Engineering
Professor of Materials Science and Engineering

Phone: 886-2-3366-4078



Ph.D. University of Massachusetts (1978~ )

Visiting Professor, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (2004)

Fellow Scientist, Westinghouse Science and Technology Center, Pittsburgh, PA. USA(1980-1996)

Visiting Scientist, Electronic Materials and Devices Laboratory of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation,
Osaka, Japan (1990-1991)

Post-Doctor, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, USA (1978-1979)

Research Interests

Polymer synthesis and technology, Nanomaterials, Thin-film fabrication

Selected Publications

  1. Ming-Chung Wu, Hsi-Hsing Lo, Hsueh-Chung Liao, Sharon Chen, Yun-Yue Lin, Wei-Che Yen, Tsung-Wei Zeng, Yang-Fang Chen, Chun-Wei Chen, and Wei-Fang Su, “Using Scanning Probe Microscopy to Study the Effect of Molecular Weight of Poly(3-hexylthiophene) on the Performance of Poly(3-hexylthiophene):TiO2 Nanorod Photovoltaic Devices”, 2008, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, (in press).
  2. Chun-Chih Ho, Chi-An Dai and Wei-Fang Su, “High Yield Synthesis of Diverse Well-Defined End-Functionalized Polymer by Combination of Anionic Polymerization and Click Chemistry,” 2008, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (in press).
  3. Kuo-Chung Cheng, Tsu-Hwang Chuang, The-Hua Tsai, Wenjeng Guo, and Wei-Fang Su, “Model of hyperbranched polymers formed by monomers A2 and Bg with wnd-capping molecules”, 2008, European Polymer Journal, 44(9), 2998-3004.
  4. Ming-Chung Wu, Hsi-Hsing Lo, Yi-Shen Lin, Chun-Wei Chen, Wei-Che Yen, Yun-Yue Lin, Yang-Fang Chen and Wei-Fang Su, “Nanoscaled morphology and performance of molecular-weight dependent poly(3-hexylthiophene)/TiO2 nanorod hybrid solar cells,” 2008, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 18, 4097-4102.
  5. Bikash Pal, Wei-Che Yen, Jye-Shane Yang, Chi-Yang Chao, Ying-Chieh Hung, Shiang-Tai Lin, Chia-Hao Chuang, Chun-Wei Chen and Wei-Fang Su, "Substituent Effect on the Optoelectronic Properties of Alternating Fluorene-Cyclopentadithiophene Copolymers", 2008,  Macromolecules, 41, 6664-6671.
  6. I-Shuo Liu, Yang-Fang Chen and Wei-Fang Su, “Modulating the photoluminescence of conducting polymer by the surface plasmon of Au particles,” 2008, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A-Chemistry, 199, 291-296.
  7. Y. Galagan and W-F Su*, “Reversible Photoreduction of Methylene Blue in Acrylate Media Containing Benzil Dimethyl Ketal,” 2008, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, 195, 378-383.
  8. Bikash Pal, Wei-Che Yen, Jye-Shane Yang, Wei-Fang Su*, “Substitute Effect on the Optoelectronic Properties of Alternating Fluorene-Thiophene Copolymers,” 2007, Macromolecules, 40, 8189-8194.
  9. Chi-An Dai, Wei-Che Yen, Yi-Huan Lee, Chun-Chih Ho and Wei-Fang Su, ”Facile Synthesis of Well-Defined Block Copolymers Containing Regioregular Poly(3-hexylthiophene) via Anionic Macroinitiation Method and Their Self-Assembly Behavior,” J.Am.Chem.Soc., 129(36), 11036-11038.
  10. Y. Galagan, Y-C Huang, W-F Su and S. Nedilko, “Facile Preparation of Environmental Stable High-Temperature Superconducting Ceramic and Polymer Composites,” 2007, J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 90 [8] 2673–2675.
  11. T-W Zeng, Y-Y Lin, C-W Chen, W-F Su , C-H Chen, S-C Liou, H-Y Huang, “A large interconnecting network within hybrid MEH-PPV/TiO2 nanorod photovoltaic devices,” 2006, Nanotechnology, 17, 5387–5392.(NSC95-2120-M-002-0042)
  12. M-H Chen, J-C Chen, S-H Hsu and W-F Su , “Low shrinkage high strength light curable nanocomposite for dental restorative material,” 2006, Dental Materials, 22, 138-145. (92EC-17A-08-S-0015)
  13. K-C Cheng, T-H Chuang, J-S Chang, W-J Guo and W-F Su, “Effect of feed rate on structure of hyperbranched polymers formed by self-condensing vinyl polymerization in semibatch reactor,”2005, Macromolecules,  38(20), 8252-8257. (NSC94-2120-M-002-012)
  14. W-F Su , J-F Lee, M-Y Chen and R-M Ho, “Bismuth titanate nanoparticles dispersed polyacrylates,” 2004, J. Materials Research, 19(8), 2343-2348. (NSC91-2120-E-002-011, NSC92-2120E-002-001 and 91-EC-17-A-08-S1-0015) .
  15. Y-F Duann, T-M Liu, K-C Cheng and W-F Su, “Thermal stability of some naphthalene- and phenyl-based epoxy resins,” 2004, Polymer Degradation and Stability, 84(2), 305-310.
  16. C-S Wu, C-D Chen, S-M Shih and W-F Su, “Single-electron transistors and memory cells with Au colloidal islands,” 2002, Applied Physics Letters, 81(24), 4595-4597.NSC91-2120-E-002-010
  17. S-M Shih, W-F Su , Y-J Lin, C-S Wu and C-D Chen, “Two-Dimensional Arrays of Self-Assembled Gold and Sulfur-Containing Fullerene Nanoparticles,” 2002, Langmuir, 18(8), 3332-3335.NSC90-2218-E-002-050
  18. W-F Su , Y-C Lee and W-P Pan,  Thermal Properties of Phthalic Anhydride- and Phenolic Resin-Cured Rigid Rod Epoxy Resins,” 2002, Thermochimica Acta, 392-393C, 395-398.
  19. W-F Su  and C-M Chuang, Effects of Chemical Structure Changes on Curing Reactions and Thermal Properties of Cyanate Ester-Cured Rigid-Rod Epoxy Resins, 2002, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 85(11) , 2419-2422. NSC89-CPC7-002-009
  20. W-F. A. Su , K-C Chen and S-Y Tseng, “Effects of Chemical Structure Changes on Thermal, Mechanical, and Crystalline Properties of Rigid Rod Epoxy Resins,” 2000, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 78, 446-451.NSC87-2216-E002-004