Publications

In this list, “_” indicates Prof. Wang’s  graduate  advisees

 
 

MEMS Tensile Tester

Description: self-assembled micro pyramid compression

Description: thin film tensile delamination by laser-induced stress wave

Description: thin film shear delamination by laser-induced stress waves

Description: MEMS-based Auto Focus System

Description: Nanoindentation on gold micro-size pillar

Description: 3D SPM image of MFI film indentation

Description: Tungsten heavy alloy spallation failure surface and cracks

Description: Nanoscratch on diffrent coatings

Description: detaching cells by laser induced stress waves

 


[Archival Journal Papers]

 

[Book Chapters]

  • C. M Lew, M. Sun, Y. Liu, J. Wang, and Y. Yan, “Pure-Silica-Zeolite Low-Dielectric Constant Materials”, chapter in Ordered Nanoporous Solids: Recent Advances and Prospects edited by V. Valtchev, S. Mintova and M. Tsapatsis, Elsevier (in press,  2008)

  • J. Wang, M. Johnson, and Y. Yan, “Mechanical reliability of nanoporous zeolite low-k dielectrics”, chapter in Handbook of Nanoceramics and Their Based Nanodevices, Edited by T.Y. Tseng and H.S. Nalwa, American Scientific Publishers (Invited contribution) (in press, 2008)

 

[Invention Disclosures and Patents]

  • W.-F. Yeh and J. Wang, “Force-Domain Analog-to-Digital Converter”, disclosed by University of Washington Center for Commercialization, Ref. #  45588 (April 2011)

  • Y. Yan, J. Wang, and Y. Liu, “Semi-zeolitic silica (SZS) and their application as low-k materials”, disclosed by University of California Patent Office (2008), Provisional Patent filed (2009)

  • Y. Yan, J. Wang, and G. Chow, “Wear and Corrosion Resistant Zeolite Coating”, disclosed by University of California Patent Office (2008), Provisional Patent filed (2009)

  • W.-F. Yeh and J. Wang, “MAFS: MEMS-based Auto Focusing System”, disclosed by University of California Patent Office (2006), Provisional Patent filed (2008)

  • K.-S. Kim, J. Wang, and P. Shrotriya, “ Interferometric absolute and real-time surface curvature sensor insensitive to tilt, translation and vibration”, disclosed by Brown University Patent Office (2003), Provisional Patent filed (2004)