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CHANGYI YANG
B.Sc. Nanjing Univ. China
Ph.D. Lund Univ. Sweden

 

CHANGYI YANG

 

 

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, The MicroAnalytical Research Centre (M.A.R.C), The School of Physics, The University of Melbourne Victoria, 3010, Australia.

Research Interests

  • Construction of an array of single ion (P31) insertion in a silicon substrate through low energy single ion implantation and single ion detection, aiming to form multiple qubits based on nuclear spins in the silicon substrate.

  • Elemental characterization of the surface/near-surface and volume of materials/devices using microscopic techniques such as nuclear microprobes, SIMS, and etc.

  • Modification of semiconductors, optical materials, polymer and carbon based materials with ion particles beam, introducing useful new optical/electronic properties for high-tech industrial applications.

Previous Employment

  • NSTB Postdoctoral Fellow, Research Centre for Nuclear Microscopy, Department of Physics, National University of Singapore, 1998-1999.

  • Postdoctoral fellow, Ion Beam Modification and Analysis Laboratory, University of North Texas, 1999-2000.

Select publications

  1. Hydrogen 3D distribution in solids by ERDA imaging,
    Yang Changyi, Ee Jin Teo, Thomas Osipowicz, Frank Watt, David Jamieson and Kin Kiong Lee, And B.Tomcik,
    Nucl. Inst. and Meth. in Physics Research, B 1-4, 21-Oct-1999, pp 706-712.

  2. IL and IBIC investigation of Light Emitting Diodes,
    Yang Changyi, Andrew Bettiol, David Jamieson, Xiao Hua, J.C.H. Phang, D.S.H. Chan, Frank Watt, and T Osipowicz,
    Nucl. Inst. and Meth. in Physics Research, B 1-4, 21-Oct-1999, pp 481-486.

  3. Quantitative analysis of a-Si1-x Cx:H thin films,
    D.Gracin, M.Jaksic, C.Yang, V.Borjanovic, B.Pracek,
    Applied Surface Science 144-145 (1999) 188-191.

  4. Ionoluminescence method for nuclear microscopy,
    C.Yang, T.Ospowicz, F.Watt, M.Elfman, K.G.Malmqvist, Y.Y.Liu, J.C.H.Phang,D.S.H.Chan, W.K.Chim,
    invited talk in: the proceedings of the first ASEAN Microscopy Conference, November 27-30, 1997, Senai, Johor, Malaysia.

  5. Deposition of Polymeric Nitrogenated Amorphous Carbon Films (a-C:H:N) using electron cyclotron resonance CVD,
    S.F.Yoon, Rusli, J. Ahn, Q. Zhang, C.Y.Yang, H.Yang, F.Watt,
    Thin Solid Films, 340(1999) 62-67.

  6. Effects of high energetic He+ ion irradiation on the structure of polymeric hydrogenated amorphous carbon,
    Q. Zhang, S.F.Yoon, J. Ahn, Rusli, H.Yang, C.Yang, F.Watt, E.J.Teo, T.Osipowicz,
    Microelectronics Journal 30 (1999) 801-805.

  7. Focused microprobes of high energy ions- versatile analytical probes for surfaces, interfaces and devices,
    David N. Jamieson, Andrew Bettiol and Changyi Yang,
    Invited review paper presented at the first vacuum and surface science conference of Asia and Australia, (VASSCAA-1), Tokyo, Sept 8-11, 1999.

  8. The structural transformation of polymeric hydrogenated amorphous carbon induced by high energetic He+ ion irradiation,
    Qing Zhang, S.F.Yoon, J.Ahn, Rusli, H.Yang, Changyi Yang, F watt, E.J. Teo, and T. Osipowicz,
    Submitted to J. Appl. Phy., 1999. .

  9. Ionoluminescence and PIXE study of inorganic materials,
    C. Yang, K.G. Malmqvist, M.Elfman, P.Kristiansson, J.Pallon, K.A. Sj�land, R. J. Utui,
    Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics, B130 (1997)p746-750.

  10. Ionoluminescence Technique for Nuclear Microprobes,
    J.Pallon, C. Yang, M.Elfman, K.G. Malmqvist, P.Kristiansson, K.A. Sj�land and R.J. Utui,
    Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, B130 (1997)p199-203.

  11. Corrosion phenomena in electron, proton, and Synchrotron X-ray microprobe analysis of Roman glass from Qumran, Jordan,
    K. Janssens, A.Aerts, F. Adams, C.Yang, K. Malmqvist, K.W.Jones, and A. Kn�chel,
    Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, B109/110 (1996)p690-695.

  12. PIXE and Ionoluminescence - a Synergetic Analytical Combination ,
    Malmqvist K.G, Elfman M, Remond G, and Yang C,
    Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, B109/110 (1996) p227-233.

  13. Ionoluminescence combined with PIXE in the Nuclear Microprobe for the study of inorganic materials,
    C. Yang, M. Elfman, P. Kristiansson, K. Malmqvist,
    an invited talk in Fourteenth International Conference on the Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry, Nov. 6-9, 1996, Denton Texas USA), American Institute of Physics Press, 1996.

  14. Corrosion phenomena in electron, proton, and synchrotron X-ray microprobe analysis of Roman glass from Qumran, Jordan,
    K. Janssens, A.Aerts, F. Adams, C.Yang, K. Malmqvist, K.W.Jones, and A. Kn�chel,
    Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, B109/110 (1996)p690-695.

  15. Ionoluminescence: a new tool for nuclear microprobe in geology,
    C. Yang, N.P.-O. Homman, K.G. Malmqvist, L. Johansson, N.M. Halden, V. Barbin,
    review article in Scanning Microscopy, Vol.9, No.1, (1995) 43-62.

  16. A highly sensitive method for rare-earth element analysis using Ionoluminescence combined with PIXE,
    N.P.-O. Homman, C. Yang, and K. G. Malmqvist,
    Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A, 353 (1994) 610-614.

 

Contact details

Mailing Address

The MicroAnalytical Research Centre (M.A.R.C),
School of Physics,
The University of Melbourne
Victoria, 3010,
Australia

Email
Telephone +61 3 834 48072
Facsimile +61 3 93474783

 

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