Electronic Engineering Department, The Chinese University of Hong Kong - Prof WONG, Ching Ping 汪正平
Dean of Engineering
BS(Purdue), PhD(Pennsylvania State), Member of NAE (Foreign Academician of CAE, HKAES, ASHK ), FIEEE, Choh-Ming Li Professor of Electronic Engineering (卓敏電子工程學講座教授)
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Research Interests:

Professor Wong’s research interests lie in the fields of polymeric electronic materials, electronic, photonic and MEMS packaging and interconnect, interfacial adhesions, and nano-functional material syntheses and characterizations.

Research Highlights

 

 

Resume of Career

Prof. C.P. Wong, a world-renowned scholar in electronic engineering and a member of the US National Academy of Engineering, was appointed as the new Dean of Engineering in 2010.

Professor Wong received primary and secondary education in Hong Kong and furthered his education in the US. He received his BS degree from Purdue University, and his PhD degree from the Pennsylvania State University. After his doctoral study, he was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship under Nobel laureate Prof. Henry Taube at Stanford University. Prior to joining GT, he was with AT&T Bell Laboratories for many years and became an AT&T Bell Laboratories Fellow in 1992.

Professor Wong has published widely with over 900 technical papers. He has yielded fruitful research results and holds over 50 US patents. Professor Wong is considered an industry legend and has made significant contributions to the industry by pioneering new materials, which fundamentally changed the semiconductor packaging technology.

Professor Wong has successfully motivated and nurtured numerous inquisitive young minds over the years. As a distinguished scholar, Professor Wong was awarded numerous international honours, such as the IEEE CPMT Society Outstanding Sustained Technical Contributions Award in 1995, the IEEE Third Millennium Medal in 2000, the IEEE EAB Education Award in 2001, the IEEE CPMT Society Exceptional Technical Contributions Award in 2002, the Georgia Tech Class 1934 Distinguished Professor Award in 2004, named holder of the Charles Smithgall Chair (one of the two GT Institute Chairs) in 2005, the GT Outstanding PhD Thesis Advisor Award, the IEEE Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology Field Award in 2006, the Sigma Xi’s Monie Ferst Award in 2007, the Society of Manufacturing Engineers’ Total Excellence in Electronic Manufacturing Award in 2008 and the IEEE CPMT David Feldman Award in 2009. He has recently received the The Pennsylvania State University Outstanding Science Alumni Award.

Professor Wong made the following remark upon accepting the appointment of the new Deanship, ‘Hong Kong is the place where I grew up. I am most pleased to return to my hometown after so many years and to contribute to the education sector and give back to society. I look forward to working with all the great colleagues at the Chinese University’s Faculty of Engineering, to continue to lead in engineering education and research in Hong Kong, the Pearl River Delta and all of China.’

Current Research Interests

Professor Wong’s research interests lie in the fields of polymeric electronic materials, electronic, photonic and MEMS packaging and interconnect, interfacial adhesions, and nano-functional material syntheses and characterizations.

Highlights of Recent Achievements

  • Received a grant of RMB 30M from the Guangdong government for the Advanced Electronic Packaging Materials Innovation Team

Honors and Awards

  • Choh-Ming Li Professor of Electronic Engineering for 2013-17 (卓敏電子工程學講座教授)
  • Germany Dresden Barkhausen Award (2012)
  • IEEE CPMT David Feldman Award (2009)
  • Pennsylvania State University Outstanding Science Alumni Award (2009)
  • Society of Manufacturing Engineers' Total Excellence in Electronic Manufacturing Award (2008)
  • Sigma Xi's Monie Ferst Award (2007)
  • IEEE Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology Field Award (2006)
  • Georgia Tech Class 1934 Distinguished Professor Award (2004)
  • IEEE CPMT Society Exceptional Technical Contributions Award (2002)
  • IEEE Third Millennium Medal (2000)
  • IEEE Third Millennium Medal (2000)
  • IEEE CPMT Society Outstanding Sustained Technical Contributions Award (1995)

External Service in Recent 3 Years

  • Editorial Board member, Jounal of Frontiers of Optoelectronics in China (2008- present)
  • Editorial Board member, Nano Energy (2010-present)
  • IEEE ECTC Executive Committee (1991 - present)
  • IEEE CPMT Steering Board of Governors (2010-present)

Examples of Publications for the Past 3 Years

  1. Q. Z. Liang and C. P. Wong, et al. A three-dimensional vertically aligned functionalized multilayer graphene architecture - an approach for graphene-based thermal interfacial materials. ACS Nano 2011, 5, 2392.

  2. Y. G. Yao and C. P. Wong, et al., Controlled growth of multi-Layer, few-Layer and single-Layer graphene on metal substrates. J of Phys Chem C 2011, 115, 5232

  3. Z. Y. Lin and C. P. Wong, et al., Superior capacitance of functionalized graphene. J of Phys Chem C 2011, 115, 7120

  4. Z. Y. Lin and C. P. Wong, et al. Novel preparation of functionalized graphene oxide for largescale, low cost, and self-cleaning coatings of electronic devices. Proceedings of the IEEE 61st Electronic Components Technology Conference 2011

  5. Y. G. Yao and C. P. Wong, et al, High-yield and high-quality graphene growth on metal particles by chemical vapor deposition. GTRC Invention Disclosure No. 5493 2010

  6. Z. Y. Lin and C. P. Wong, et al., Solvent-assisted thermal reduction of graphite oxide. J of Phys Chem C 2010, 114, 14819

  7. O. Hildreth, A. G. Fedorov, and C. P. Wong, '3D Spirals with Controlled Chirality Fabricated Using Metal-Assisted Chemical Etching of Silicon,' ACS Nano, Vol. 6, No. 11, pp. 10004-10012 (2012)

  8. O. Hildreth, A. G. Fedorov, and C. P. Wong, '3D Spirals with Controlled Chirality Fabricated Using Metal-Assisted Chemical Etching of Silicon,' ACS Nano, Vol. 6, No. 11, pp. 10004-10012 (2012).