Hongbin Yu

Associate Professor
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ERC 159
480-965-4455
yuhb@asu.edu

Research expertise: Nanostructure and nano device fabrication and characterization, nanoelectronics, flexible, transparent and wearable electronics, transport in metallic and semiconducting nanostructures and molecules, quantum size effect in metallic and semiconducting nanostructures, surface and interface physics and chemistry, integrated microwave devices

Hongbin Yu joined the ASU faculty in 2005. He received his Ph.D. in physics in 2001 from the University of Texas at Austin, and his master’s degree in physics in 1996 from Peking University, China, and conducted his post-doctoral research at California Institute of Technology and University of California at Los Angeles.

Professional preparation
Ph.D., University of Texas – Austin, 2001
M.S., physics, Peking University, 1996

Recognition and awards
Graduate Research Award, American Vacuum Society, 2001

Selected Publications

Priyanka Manchanda, Vinit Sharma, Hongbin Yu, D. J. Sellmyer, and Ralph Skomski, Magnetism of Ta Dichalcogenide Monolayers Tuned by Strain and Hydrogenation’ Appl. Phys. Lett., 107 032402, (2015).

Hao Wu, Shirong Zhao, Donald S. Gardner, and Hongbin Yu, “Control of magnetic flux and eddy currents in magnetic films for on-chip radio frequency (RF) inductors: Role of the magnetic vias”, J. Appl. Phys. 115, 17E719 (2014).

Luying Li, Zhaofeng Gan, Martha R. McCartney, Hanshuang Liang, Hongbin Yu, Yihua Gao, Jianbo Wang and David J. Smith , ‘Determination of Polarization-Fields across Polytype Interfaces in InAs Nanopillars’ Advanced Materials, 26, 1052-1057, 2014.

Teng Ma, Hanshuang Liang, George Chen, Benny Poon, Hanqing Jiang, and Hongbin Yu, “Micro-strain sensing using wrinkled stiff thin films on soft substrates as tunable optical grating,” Opt. Express, vol. 21, pp. 11994-12001, 2013.

Hao Wu, Shirong Zhao, Donald S. Gardner and Hongbin Yu, “Improved high frequency response and quality factor of on-chip ferromagnetic thin film inductors by laminating and patterning Co-Zr-Ta-B Films,” IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 49, 4176 (2013).

Tej Belagodu, Ebraheem Ali Azhar and Hongbin Yu, “Conductance Modulation of ZnO Nanowires through Surface Molecular Functionalization,” Nanoscale, 4, 7030-7033 (2012).

Kevin Chen, Ebraheem Azhar, Teng Ma, Hanqing Jiang, and Hongbin Yu, “Facile large-area photolithography of periodic sub-micron structures using a self-formed polymer mask,” Appl. Phys. Lett. 100, 233503 (2012).

Hongbin Yu, Ebraheem Ali Azhar, Tej Belagodu, Swee Lim, and Sandwip Dey, “ZnO Nanowire Based Visible-Transparent Ultraviolet Detectors on Polymer Substrates,” J. Appl. Phys., 111, 102806 (2012).

Wei Xu, Saurabh Sinha, Tawab Dastagir, Hao Wu, Bertan Bakkaloglu, Donald S. Gardner, Yu Cao, and HongbinYu, “Performance enhancement of on-chip inductors with permalloy magnetic rings,” IEEE Electron Device Letter, vol. 32, issue 1, pp. 69-71, 2011.

Baoquan Ding, Hao Wu, Wei Xu, Hongbin Yu, and Hao Yan, “Interconnecting cold islands with DNA origami nanotubes,” Nano Lett., vol. 10, 33073, 2010.

Cunjiang Yu, Kevin O’Brien, Yong-Hang Zhang, Hongbin Yu, and Hanqing Jiang, “Tunable optical gratings based on buckled nano-scale thin films on transparent elastomeric substrates,” Appl. Phys. Lett., vol. 96, 041111, 2010.