Her primary scientific interests are in Nanotechnology, Copolymer, Self-assembly, Lithography and Nanoscopic scale. Her research in Nanotechnology focuses on subjects like Nanolithography, which are connected to Magnetic nanoparticles. Joy Cheng brings together Copolymer and Orientation to produce work in her papers.
She merges Self-assembly with Template in her research. She works mostly in the field of Lithography, limiting it down to concerns involving Photolithography and, occasionally, Spin casting, Spin coating and Photoresist. She has included themes like Template method pattern and Fin in her Nanoscopic scale study.
Joy Cheng mainly investigates Nanotechnology, Copolymer, Directed self assembly, Polymer chemistry and Lithography. Her Nanoscopic scale and Nanostructure study in the realm of Nanotechnology connects with subjects such as Template. Her Copolymer study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Self-assembly, Layer, Chemical engineering and Lamellar structure.
Her study in Self-assembly is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Thin film and Polystyrene. Her studies deal with areas such as Photoresist, Trim and Hydrogen silsesquioxane as well as Directed self assembly. Her research on Lithography also deals with topics like
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Nanotechnology, Copolymer, Directed self assembly, Layer and Lithography. In her research, Fin is intimately related to Optoelectronics, which falls under the overarching field of Nanotechnology. Joy Cheng interconnects Wetting, Thin film, Polymer chemistry, Polycarbonate and Surface energy in the investigation of issues within Copolymer.
Her Directed self assembly research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Characterization, Trim, Hydrogen silsesquioxane and Resist. Her Layer research includes elements of Block, Perpendicular and Lamellar structure. Her Lithography research incorporates themes from Wafer, Computational lithography, Semiconductor and Design for manufacturability.
Joy Cheng spends much of her time researching Nanotechnology, Copolymer, Layer, Directed self assembly and Lithography. Her study in Nanotechnology concentrates on Nanoscopic scale and Nanostructure. Her work carried out in the field of Copolymer brings together such families of science as Thin film and Polymer chemistry.
Her work focuses on many connections between Thin film and other disciplines, such as Self-assembly, that overlap with her field of interest in Semiconductor device, Nanolithography, Chemical engineering, Polycarbonate and Trimethylene carbonate. As a part of the same scientific family, Joy Cheng mostly works in the field of Layer, focusing on Perpendicular and, on occasion, Semiconductor, Wetting, Engineering drawing and Lamellar structure. Her Lithography study combines topics in areas such as Polymer physics, Resolution and Metrology.
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Nanostructure engineering by templated self-assembly of block copolymers.
Joy Y. Cheng;Anne M. Mayes;Caroline A. Ross.
Nature Materials (2004)
Templated Self‐Assembly of Block Copolymers: Top‐Down Helps Bottom‐Up
Joy Y. Cheng;Joy Y. Cheng;Caroline A. Ross;Henry I. Smith;Edwin L. Thomas.
Advanced Materials (2006)
Formation of a Cobalt Magnetic Dot Array via Block Copolymer Lithography
J.Y. Cheng;C.A. Ross;V.Z.H. Chan;E.L. Thomas.
Advanced Materials (2001)
Polymer self assembly in semiconductor microelectronics
C. T. Black;R. Ruiz;Gregory Breyta;J. Y. Cheng.
Ibm Journal of Research and Development (2007)
Fabrication of nanostructures with long-range order using block copolymer lithography
J. Y. Cheng;C. A. Ross;E. L. Thomas;Henry I. Smith.
Applied Physics Letters (2002)
Dense Self-Assembly on Sparse Chemical Patterns : Rectifying and Multiplying Lithographic Patterns Using Block Copolymers
Joy Y. Cheng;Charles T. Rettner;Daniel P. Sanders;Ho-Cheol Kim.
Advanced Materials (2008)
Templated Self-Assembly of Block Copolymers: Effect of Substrate Topography†
Joy Y. Cheng;C.A. Ross;Edwin L. Thomas;Henry I. Smith.
Advanced Materials (2003)
Micromagnetic behavior of electrodeposited cylinder arrays
C. A. Ross;M. Hwang;M. Shima;J. Y. Cheng.
Physical Review B (2002)
Simple and Versatile Methods To Integrate Directed Self-Assembly with Optical Lithography Using a Polarity-Switched Photoresist
Joy Y. Cheng;Daniel P. Sanders;Hoa D. Truong;Stefan Harrer.
ACS Nano (2010)
Methods of directed self-assembly and layered structures formed therefrom
Daniel Paul Sanders;Joy Cheng;William Hinsberg;Ho-Cheol Kim.
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