2014 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For outstanding contributions to the understanding of novel nano structures and the fabrication of welldefined nano hybrid materials from selfassembly and templating of chiral block copolymers
Rong-Ming Ho mostly deals with Copolymer, Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Chemical engineering and Crystallization. The concepts of his Copolymer study are interwoven with issues in Nanoporous and Nanotechnology. His Polymer chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Self-assembly, Polystyrene, Transmission electron microscopy and Texture.
His Polymer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Thin film, Metal, Electrical conductor and Nanostructure. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Crystallography, Crystal, Lamellar structure, Nucleation and Electron diffraction. The Crystallography study combines topics in areas such as Glass transition, Morphology and Bathochromic shift.
His main research concerns Copolymer, Polymer chemistry, Chemical engineering, Crystallography and Polymer. He interconnects Nanoporous, Polystyrene, Thin film and Nanostructure in the investigation of issues within Copolymer. His work deals with themes such as Microstructure and Nucleation, which intersect with Polystyrene.
Rong-Ming Ho has researched Polymer chemistry in several fields, including Crystallization, Polymerization, Tacticity, Self-assembly and Morphology. His studies in Chemical engineering integrate themes in fields like Styrene and Organic chemistry, Solvent. His research integrates issues of Molecule, Chirality, Stereochemistry, Liquid crystal and Electron diffraction in his study of Crystallography.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Copolymer, Chemical engineering, Gyroid, Polystyrene and Self-assembly. His Copolymer research incorporates themes from Nanotechnology, Self assembled, Diamond, Phase and Chirality. The various areas that Rong-Ming Ho examines in his Chemical engineering study include Thin film, Catalysis, Non-blocking I/O and Polymer.
His study in Gyroid is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nanostructure, Soft matter, Condensed matter physics, Tripod and Crystal. Rong-Ming Ho has included themes like Crystallography and Transmission electron microscopy in his Polystyrene study. His Self-assembly study combines topics in areas such as Chemical physics and Frustration.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Copolymer, Chemical engineering, Gyroid, Polystyrene and Nucleation. His studies deal with areas such as Oxide, Nanocomposite, Crystallography, Phase and Self-assembly as well as Copolymer. In his research, Nano- and Cathode is intimately related to Non-blocking I/O, which falls under the overarching field of Chemical engineering.
His research in Gyroid intersects with topics in Nanoporous, Crystal, Condensed matter physics and Soft matter. Rong-Ming Ho combines subjects such as Calcination, Specific surface area, Polymer and Nanostructure with his study of Nanoporous. Within one scientific family, Rong-Ming Ho focuses on topics pertaining to Thin film under Polystyrene, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Transmission electron microscopy, Composite material and Cylinder.
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Poly(trimethylene teraphthalate) crystal structure and morphology in different length scales
Bojie Wang;Christopher Y Li;Jennifer Hanzlicek;Stephen Z.D Cheng.
Crystal structure and banded spherulite of poly(trimethylene terephthalate)
Rong-Ming Ho;Kae-Zen Ke;Ming Chen.
Giant surfactants provide a versatile platform for sub-10-nm nanostructure engineering
Xinfei Yu;Kan Yue;I-Fan Hsieh;Yiwen Li.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
Novel method using a temperature-sensitive polymer (methylcellulose) to thermally gel aqueous alginate as a pH-sensitive hydrogel.
Hsiang Fa Liang;Min Hao Hong;Rong Ming Ho;Ching Kuang Chung.
Functionalization of polypropylene via melt mixing
R.M. Ho;A.C. Su;C.H. Wu;S.I. Chen.
Well-ordered nanohybrids and nanoporous materials from gyroid block copolymer templates
Han-Yu Hsueh;Cheng-Thai Yao;Rong-Ming Ho.
Chemical Society Reviews (2015)
Three-dimensionally packed nanohelical phase in chiral block copolymers
Rong-Ming Ho;Yeo-Wan Chiang;Chi-Chun Tsai;Chu-Chieh Lin.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
Nanoporous Gyroid Nickel from Block Copolymer Templates via Electroless Plating
Han-Yu Hsueh;Yen-Chun Huang;Rong-Ming Ho;Chih-Huang Lai.
Advanced Materials (2011)
Inorganic Gyroid with Exceptionally Low Refractive Index from Block Copolymer Templating
Han-Yu Hsueh;Hung-Ying Chen;Ming-Shiuan She;Chun-Ku Chen.
Nano Letters (2010)
Transition mechanisms for complex ordered phases in block copolymer melts
Damian A. Hajduk;Rong Ming Ho;Marc A. Hillmyer;Frank S. Bates.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (1998)
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