Dr. Joseph Wu, Assistant Professor
B.S. Chemical Engineering, Michigan Tech. University
Ph.D. Analytical Chemistry, Auburn University
Emphasis in Portable Sensors
My current projects focus on developing screen-printed electrochemical sensors for industrial, environmental, and forensic applications. I am also interested in using nanomaterials such as nanorods, nanotubes, and nanoparticles to enhance the performance of these sensors. My research group uses chromatographic methods such as GC and HPLC to compare the results from our sensors.
“Voltammetric Method for the Determination of Lactic Acid Using a Carbon Paste Electrode Modified with Cobalt Phthalocyanine” Submitted June 2012
“ Raman analysis of longitudinal optical phonon-plasmon coupled modes of aligned ZnO nanorods.” Cheng, An-Jen; Tzeng, Yonhua; Xu, Hui; Alur, Siddharth; Wang, Yaqi; Park, Minseo; Wu, Tsung-hsueh; Shannon, Curtis; Kim, Dong-Joo; Wang, Dake. Journal of Applied Physics 105(7), 073104/1-073104/7 (2009)
“Thermal chemical vapor deposition growth of zinc oxide nanostructures for dye-sensitized solar cell fabrication” Cheng, An-Jen; Zhou, Yi; Wang, Dake ; Wu, Tsung-hsueh; Park, Minseo; Shannon, Curtis; Tzeng, Yonhua. Journal of Applied Physics Letter 92, 092113 (2008)