Tsung-Wu Lin

  Doctor of Philosophy, University of Oxford, UK.
Postdoc Researcher, Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.
Postdoc Researcher, Research Center for Applied Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.(2009/8-2010/7)
Assistant Professor, Tunghai University, Taiwan. (2010/9-2014/7)
Associate Professor, Tunghai University, Taiwan.
(2014/8 – 2018/7)
Professor, Tunghai University, Taiwan.
 Research Interest
Graphene based composites; 2D nanomaterials; Electrocatalytic and/or photocatalytic water splitting; Supercapacitors; Lithium ion battery.
Selected Publications
1.    Y. H. Lee, X. Q. Zhang, W. Zhang, M. T. Chang, C. T. Lin, K. D. Chang, Y. C. Yu, T. W. Wang, C. S. Chang, L. J. Li*, and T. W. Lin*,“Synthesis of large-area MoS2 atomic layers with chemical vapor deposition”, 2012, Advanced Materials, 24, 2320-2325, 5-year IF=21.888.
2.    T. W. Lin,* C. Y. Su, X. Q. Zhang, W. Zhang, Y. .H. Lee, C. W. Chu, H. Y. Lin, M. T. Chang, F. R. Chen, and L. J. Li*,“Converting graphene oxide monolayers into boron carbonitride nanosheets (BCN) by substitutional doping”, 2012, Small, 8, 1384-1391, 5-year IF=9.061.
3.    T. W. Lin,* C. J. Liu, J. Y. Lin, Facile synthesis of MoS3/carbon nanotube nanocomposite with high catalytic activity toward hydrogen evolution reaction”, 2013, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 134-135, 75-82, 5-year IF= 10.212.
4.    C. S. Dai, P. Y. Chien, J. Y. Lin, S. W. Chou, W. K. Wu, P. H. Li, K. Y. Wu, T. W. Lin,*Hierarchically Structured Ni3S2/Carbon Nanotube Composites as High Performance Cathode Materials for Asymmetric Supercapacitors”, 2013, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 5, 12168–12174, 5-year IF= 8.284.
5.    T. W. Lin,* C. J. Liu,C. S. Dai, Ni3S2/carbon nanotube nanocomposite as electrode material for hydrogen evolution reaction in alkaline electrolyte and enzyme-free glucose detection”, 2014, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 154-155, 213-220, 5-year IF= 10.212.
6.    M. N. Lu, C. S. Dai, S. Y. Tai, T. W. Lin,* J. Y. Lin,* “Hierarchical nickel sulfide/carbon nanotube nanocomposite as a catalytic material toward triiodine reduction in dye-sensitized solar cells.”, 2014, Journal of Power Sources, 270, 499-505, 5-year IF= 6.686.
7.    T. W. Lin,*C. S. Dai, T. T. Tasi, S. W. Chou, J. Y. Lin, H. H. Shen, High-performance asymmetric supercapacitor based on Co9S8/3D graphene composite and graphene hydrogel”, 2015, Chemical Engineering Journal, 279, 241-249, 5-year IF=6.496.
8.    T. W. Lin,* T. T. Tasi, P. L. Chang, H. Y. Cheng, Reversible association of nitro compounds with p-nitrothiophenol modified on Ag Nanoparticles/graphene oxide nanocomposites through plasmon mediated photochemical reaction”, 2016, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 8, 8315-8322, 5-year IF= 8.284.
9.    M. C. Hsiao, C. Y. Chang, L. J. Niu, F. Bai, L. J. Li, H. H. Shen, J. Y. Lin,* T. W. Lin,* “Ultrathin 1T-phase MoS2 nanosheets decorated hollow carbon microspheres as highly efficient catalysts for solar energy harvesting and storage”, 2017, Journal of Power Sources, 345, 156-164, 5-year IF= 6.68.
10.A. Y. Wang, M. Chaudhary, T. W. Lin,* “Enhancing the stability and capacitance of vanadium oxide nanoribbons/3D-graphene binder-free electrode by using VOSO4 as redox-active electrolyte”,2019, Chemical Engineering Journal, 355, 830-839,5-year IF=6.496.