B.S., National Taiwan University, Electrical Engineering, 1957
M.S., Utah State University, Electrical Engineering, 1961
Ph.D., Stanford University, Electrical Engineering
The Henry Samueli School of Engineering
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, CA 92697-2625
Dr. Tsai is interested in micro- and nano-scale photonics, magnetic and ultrasonic devices and materials
Dr. Tsai's current research activities focus on three areas: silicon-based photonics, magnetic film-based microwave devices, and MEMS-based Ultrasonic Nozzles for Biomedical Applications.
Research in the area of silicon-based photonics is concerned with current-injection light sources, resonance cavity enhanced integrated photodetectors, and single-mode fiber-nanowaveguide couplers with potential applications in silicon-based integrated optic communications, signal processing and sensing systems.
Research in the area of magnetic film-based microwave devices is concerned with conception and realization of magnetically tunable wideband integrated microwave band-stop and band-pass filters using YIG-gallium arsenide (GaAs) and iron (Fe)-GaAs layer structures. The resulting devices are aimed at potential applications in wideband optical/microwave communication and signal processing systems.
Work in the area of MEMS-based ultrasonic nozzlers involves utilization of MEMS-based technology for construction of MHz integrated ultrasonic nozzles for atomization and spray to produce monodisperse micro- and nano-particles with potential applications in biomedicine, micro-electronics and materials processing.