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    Title: Professor Member: Full Time Faculty
    Name: Jeng-Wei Chen Eduction: Ph. D.,University of California, San Diego (1986)
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    1.Transport, magnetic, and thermal properties of the ternary carbides RNiC22(R = rare earth)

    2.Superconductivity of In, Pb, and Ga confined in siliceous mesoporous nanochannels

    3.Preparation and characterization of nanostructured magnetic Fe-Fe3O4 composite as well as (Fe-SiO2)

    4.MR effect of the double-layered perovskite systems
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    (1) Yi-Hong Huang, Jen-Hwa Hsu, J. W. Chen , and Chin-Ray Chang, "Fabrication and characterization of granular Fe-PbO films with large tunneling magnetoresistance ", Appl. Phys Lett. 72, 2171 (1998).

    (2) S. Banerjee, S. Roy, J. W. Chen, and D. Chakravorty, “Magnetic properties of oxide-coated iron nanoparticles synthesized by electrodeposition”, J. Magn. Magn. Mat. 219, 45 (2000).

    (3) G. N. Rao, Y. Babu, M. D. Sastry, D. S. Babu, and J. W. Chen , “EPR investigation on La 0.7 Ca 0.3 MnO 3 : evidence of spin-glass formation”, Modern Physics. Lett. B 16, 47 (2002).

    (4) D. Das, S. Roy, J. W. Chen and D. Chakravorty, “Interface Controlled Electrical and Magnetic Properties in Fe-Fe 3 O 4 -Silica Gel Nanocomposites”, J. Appl. Phys. 91, 4573 (2002).

    (5) C. T, Lie, P. C. Kou, Wei-Chih Hsu, I. J. Chang, and J. W. Chen , “Effect of Zn doping on the magnetoresistance of sintered Fe 3 O 4 ferrites”,J. Magn. Magn. Mat. 239, 160 (2002).