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Tun Seng Herng

Tun Seng Herng
Tun Seng Herng
Researcher
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
National University of Singapore
Singapore
National University of Singapore

Biography

Tun Seng HERNG received B.Eng. (2003) and P.hD (2008) from in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Then he carried out research career in National University of Singapore (Materials Science and Engineering). He has years of advanced materials research experience in a field of applied physics, 3D printing, semiconductor, magnetic, spintronics, multiferroic, nanotechnology and materials for energy harvesting. Familiar with various manufacturing processes, such as Selective Laser Melting (SLM), 3D Printing, sputtering, etching, patterning technologies, etc. Fabricated several devices, such as light emitting diode (LED), thin film transistor (TFT), resistance switching memories and multiferroic devices. Performed the system integration and designs. More than 2 years of working experiences in semiconductors and liquid crystal display panel (LCD) industry. His research interests are 3D printing, magnetic materials, multiferroic and electronics sensor.

Research Interest

applied physics, 3D printing, semiconductor, magnetic, spintronics, multiferroic, nanotechnology and materials for energy harvesting

Publications

Unexpected Spin-flipping in High Magnetic Nano-Fe3O4

Tun Seng Herng
Commentary: J Mater Sci Nanomater, 2: 102
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