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Assoc. Prof. Ta-Chin Wei  

Ph.D., Chem. Eng., Penn State University 

Professional Specialty
Thin Films
Plasma Processing

Electronic Materials

Plasma Diagnostics

Plasma Modeling


Research Fields:
Surface Modification of Membrane

Develop plasma reactor for roll-to-roll processing of polymeric membranes to enhance the surface wettability, adhesion, gas separation and biocompatibility.

Plasma Deposition

Deposit superhydrophobic material or barrier layer via PVD or PECVD technique.


Atmospheric-Pressure Glow Discharge (APGD)

Develop APGD process for etching, deposition, and surface modification, especially, the APGD-induced Grafting process. 


Plasma Modeling and Diagnostics

Elucidate plasma processes via computer simulations and characterization tools such as Langmuir probe, OES and Mass Spectroscopy.


Plasma Processes in Air Pollution Control

Abatement of PFCs, conversion of methane.

Potential Applications of Research

Plasma Modification Membranes for Gas Separation or Biomedical Applications 

Plasma Deposition of Organic or Inorganic Films for Electronic Industry 

Development of Plasma Reactor Used for Large Area Processing 

Development of Plasma Processes for Pollution Control  

Selected Publications:

S.J. Lue, J.J. Hsu, T.C. Wei, “Drug permeation modeling through the thermo-sensitive membranes of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) brushes grafted onto micro-porous films.” J. Membr. Sci., 321, 146-154 (2008).
K.S. Chen, T. C. Wei, M.S. Li, H.M. Wu, T.P. Tang, C.Y. Wang, Y.C. Tu, “Chemical characterization of plasma-polymerized films form acetylene and nitrogen-containing mixtures and their ethanol vapor sensitivity,” Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 76, 941-950 (2007).
C.H. Liu, T. C. Wei, “The effect of monomer inlet position on the fluorocarbon film deposited by RF plasma,” J. Chin. Inst. Chem. Engr. 37, 169-176 (2006).
T. C. Wei, C.H. Liu, “Evaluation of plasma deposited fluorocarbon films using experimental design methodology,” Surf. Coat. Technol. 200, 2214-2222 (2005).
W.B. Tsai, T.C. Wei, M.C. Lin, J.Y. Wang, C.H. Chen, “The effect of radio frequency glow discharge treatment of polystyrene on the behavior of porcine chondrocytes in vitro,” J. Biomater. Sci. Polymer Edn. 16, 699-714 (2005).



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