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Photo of wSMA 350GHz band OMT
The performance of wSMA 240 mixer
Prototype of micro-lamp for the calibration source of SAFARI
Epitaxial ultrathin NbN superconducting films for Terahertz application
The cross-sectional view of superconducting NbN ultrathin film
Processing Room-2
Lithography Room-2
The performances of developed mixers across the atmospheric windows in THz region
HEB mixer chip for 1.5 THz
SQUID chip for SQUID-STM (SSTM) system
SQUID chip for scanning SQUID system
ALMA band-10 mixer
Superconducting Device Laboratory
Mixer Performance Testing System -2
Clean room for Nb-based superconducting device fabrication at NTHU
Clean room 2
Post Processing Room-2
Integrated Dual polarization mixer - mixer chip
Integrated Dual polarization mixer - mixer block
ALMA band-10 mixer made in ASIAA
Wang, Ming-Jye
Research Fellow
photo of Wang, Ming-Jye
Office: ASMAB 1010
TEL: +886-2-2366-5337
FAX: +886-2-2367-7849
Email: mingjye_replace2@_asiaa.sinica.edu.tw

Education and Positions

  • Research Fellow, ASIAA (2009~present)
  • Deputy Director, ASIAA (2010~2017)
  • Associate Research Fellow, ASIAA (2004~2009)
  • Assistant Research Fellow, ASIAA (1999~2004)
  • Postdoctoral fellow, ASIAA (1994~1999)
  • Ph.D., Physics, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan (1994)
  • B.S., Physics, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan (1989)

Research Interests

The topics of my research are related to the superconductivity of materials and devices. Stable Nb-technology has been established in our laboratory. Developing SIS mixers for SMA and other telescopes is one of my major works. SIS mixers with quantum noise limit performance for 100GHz-900GHz frequency has been demonstrated in my laboratory. Developing hot-electron-bolometer mixer and multi-pixel cartridge receiver for THz observation are ongoing project. Many kinds of superconducting devices can be fabricated in our laboratory, which makes the construction of novel measurement systems or study of device properties possible. In addition, I am also interesting in studying new superconductors and other novel materials.

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