ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Missouri University of Science and Technology
United States of America
" Ph.D. in Physics, University of Rochester, 1972 M.S. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Rochester, 1967 B.S in Mechanical Engineering, National Taiwan University, 1961-1965 "
" Quantum computing and cellular automata Quantum resistor network theory Mesoscopic devices and molecular electronics Optical/wave computing Simulation of amorphous silicon thin-film transistors and solar cells Dlts and optical dlts measurements in mos devices Algaas/gaas quantum well lasers and cds diodes Conduction in heterojunctions Measurement of radiation and high temperature effects of mosfets Random walk theory and applications Surface and interface properties of materials Dielectric breakdown simulation Charge transport in composite and disordered materials Ic fabrication and processing for teaching purposes Dram and sram test structures Failure mode analysis "
C.H. Wu, “On the Fundamental Flaws of Qubit Concept for General-Purpose Quantum Computing’ International J. Engr. Sci. Invention. 3,59 2014
C.A. Cain and C.H. Wu, “Quantum Network Theory of Computing with respect to Entangled Spins and External Perturbation”, J. Applied Physics, 113,154309, 2013
C.H. Wu , L. Tran and C. A. Cain, “ Scaling Relations and the role of Bond - charge to theElectron Transmission through two Coupled Aharonov - Bohm Rings”, J. Applied Physics, 111, 094304, 2012