Name
   

 

 

C_H_Chang

    Associate Prof. Cheng-Hung Chang

 

      張正宏 副教授

      Tel :       (03) 5731911
      E-mail :  
chchang[at]mail.nctu.edu.tw
                    homepage


 
    Professional experience
     
   

     1988   National Taiwan University , Navy Architecture Bachelor

     1999   Technische Universitaet Clausthal ( Germany ), Physics PhD

     2000   Technische Universitaet Berlin , Institut fuer Mathematik ( Germany ), Postdoc

     2001   National Center for Theoretical Science ( Taiwan ), Postdoc

     2002   National Science Council ( Taiwan ), outstanding Postdoc

     2003   Lund University ( Sweden ), visiting Assistant Prof.

     2004   National Center for Theoretical Science ( Taiwan ), Assistant Prof.

     2005   National Chiao Tung University , Assistant Prof.

                National Center for Theoretical Science ( Taiwan ), Center Scientist

     2007   National Chiao Tung University , Institute of Physics , Associate Prof.

     2008   National Chiao Tung University , Institute of Mathematical Modeling

                and Scientific Computing, Joint Associate Prof.

     2012   JSPS fellow (visiting Prof., University of Tokyo & Kyoto University)

               

 

 

 

     1988 臺大造船系,學士

     1999 德國克勞斯塔大學,物理博士

     2000 德國柏林工大數學研究所,博士後研究員

     2001 國家理論科學研究中心,博士後研究員

     2002 國科會,特約聘僱博士後研究員

     2003 瑞典Lund大學,訪問助理教授

     2004 國家理論科學研究中心,助理教授

     2005 交通大學物理研究所,助理教授

               國家理論科學研究中心,中心科學家

     2007 交通大學物理研究所,副教授

     2008 交通大學數學建模與科學計算研究所,合聘副教授

     2012 日本學術振興會fellow (東京大學、京都大學訪問教授)

 


     
    Research
     
   

  The research in biophysics group focuses on the dynamical and statistical properties of molecular and cellular biological systems, including the measurement uncertainty of biological receptors, the stability of biochemical networks under extrinsic noises, the entropic force and stochastic thermodynamics of proteins and biological polymers, the efficiency of free energy transduction into mechanical work in biological motors, and the bifurcations on the neural signal under ion channel defect.

 

生物物理組的主要研究方向在於分子及細胞尺度生物系統的動力學與統計力學行為,包括生物受器的測不準極限,生化網路在外噪聲下的穩定性,蛋白質及生物聚合物的熵力及隨機熱力學,生物馬達自由能轉換成機械功的效率,以及離子通道缺陷的神經訊號分岔分析。



     
    Group members
     
     group_members
     
     
    Publication
   

 

 

[1] B.-C. Huang and C.-H. Chang

      Localization-delocalization transition of the instantaneous normal modes of liquid water,

      Phys. Rev. E, 88, 042116 (2013).

 

[2] T.-Y. Liu, C.-H. Chang

      The defect effects on the signal transport of an excitable soft cable,

      New Journal of Physics, 15, 035018 (2013).

 

[3] J.J. Tsai, C.-H. Chang

       Generalized path integral method for Elliott–Yafet spin relaxations

       in quantum wells and narrow wires,

       J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 24, 075801 (2012).

 

[4] C.-H. Chang, T.Y. Tsong

       Unidirectional rotation driven by random fluctuations,

       IEEE Proceedings: 21st International Conference on Noise and Fluctuations, 41 (2011).

 

[5] W.-M. Huang, C.-Y. Mou, C.-H. Chang

       Scattering phase correction for semiclassical quantization rules in multi-dimensional

       quantum systems,

       Commun. Theor. Phys. 53, 250 (2010).

 

[6] C.-H. Chang, J.J. Tsai, H.-F. Lo, A. G. Mal'shukov

       Semiclassical path integral approach for spin relaxations in narrow wires,

       Phys. Rev. B, 79, 125310 (2009).

 

[7] C.-H. Chang, T. Krueger, R. Schubert, and S. Troubetzkoy

       Quantisations of piecewise affine maps on the torus and their quantum limits

       Commun. Math. Phys. 282, 395–418 (2008).

 

[8] W.-M. Huang, H.-H. Lai, C.-H. Chang, and H.-H. Lin

        Carrier-mediated exchange coupling and fermi surface topology,

        International Journal of Modern Physics B, 22, (1 & 2) 88-93  (2008).

 

[9] C.-H. Chang and T.Y. Tsong,

        Energy transduction in molecular machines,

        Nano, 2 (5), 273 (2007).

 

[10] W. H. Kuan, C. S. Tang, and C.-H. Chang

        Spectral properties and magneto-optical excitations in semiconductor double rings

        under Rashba spin-orbit interaction,

        Phys. Rev. B, 75, 155326 (2007).

 

[11] T.Y. Tsong and C.-H. Chang,

        A Markovian engine for a biological energy transducer The Catalytic Wheel

        Biosystems, 88, 323 (2007).

 

[12] W.-M. Huang, C.-H. Chang, and H.-H. Lin

        Non-collinear magnetic junction mediated by Rashba interaction,

        J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 310, e759 (2007).

 

[13] W.-N. Lian, C.-H. Chang, Y.-J. Chen, R.-L. Dao, Y.-C. Luo, J.-Y. Chien,

        S.-L. Hsieh and C.-H. Lin ,

        Intracellular delivery can be mediated by bombarding cells or tissues

        with accelerated molecules or bacteria without the need for carrier particles

        Exp. Cell Res. 313, 53 (2007).

 

[14] W.-M. Huang, C.-H. Chang, and H.-H. Lin ,

        Noncollinear exchange coupling in a trilayer magnetic junction and

        its connection to Fermi surface topology

        Phys. Rev. B, 73, 241307 (Rapid comm.) (2006).

 

[15] C.-C. Chang, S.-F. Lee, K.-W. Sun, C.-C. Ho, Y.-T. Chen, C.-H. Chang, L.-S. Kan ,

        Mn,Cd-metallothionein-2: A room temperature magnetic protein.

        Biochem. Bioph. Res. Co. 340, 1134 (2006).

 

[16] C.-H. Chang and T.Y. Tsong,

        Rotary motor powered by stochastic uncorrelated dipoles,

        Phys. Rev. E 72, 051901 (2005).

 

[17] C.-H. Chang and T.Y. Tsong,

        Enzyme, catalytic wheel, and Brownian motor mechanism,

        Phys. Bimonth 27, 492 (2005).

 

[18] C.-H. Chang and T.Y. Tsong ,

        Symmetry breaking induced directed motions,

        Complexity, metastability and nonextensivity, 178 (World Scientific)

        Edt. C. Beck, G. Benedek, A. Rapisarda and C. Tsallis (2005).

 

[19] T.Y. Tsong and C.-H. Chang,

        Enzyme as catalytic wheel powered by a Markovian engine:

        conformational coupling and barrier surfing models,

        Physica A 350, 108 (2005).

 

[20] T.Y. Tsong and C.-H. Chang

        Catalytic Wheel, Brownian Motor, and Biological Energy Transduction,

        Chinese Journal of Physics, 43, 273 (2005).

 

[21] C.-H. Chang, A.G. Mal'shukov, and K.-A. Chao,

        Spin transmission through quantum dots with strong spin-orbit interaction,

        Phys. Lett. A 326, 436-441 (2004).

 

[22] C.-H. Chang, A.G. Mal'shukov, and K.-A. Chao,

        Spin relaxation dynamics of quasiclassical electrons in ballistic quantum dots

        with strong spin-orbit coupling,

        Phys. Rev. B 70, 245309 (2004).

 

[23] C.-H. Chang and T.Y. Tsong,

        Stochastic resonance in a biological motor under complex fluctuation,

        Phys. Rev. E 69, 021914 (2004).

 

[24] C.-H. Chang,

        Transfer operator approach on three-dimensional quantum billiards with

        SO(2) symmetry,

        Phys. Rev. E 67, 046201 (2003).

 

[25] C.-H. Chang and T.Y. Tsong,

        Truncation and reset process on the dynamics of Parrondo's games,

        Phys. Rev. E 67, 025101 (Rapid comm.) (2003).

 

[26] T.Y. Tsong and C.-H. Chang,

        Ion Pump as Brownian Motor: Theory of Electroconformational Coupling (TEC)

        and Proof of Ratchet Mechanism for Na,K-ATPase Action,

        Physica A 321, 124 (2003).

 

[27] T.Y. Tsong and C.-H. Chang,

        Catalytic wheel, Brownian motor, and biological energy transduction,

        AAPPS Bulletin, vol.13, No.2, 12 (2003).

 

[28] C.-H. Chang and T.Y. Tsong,

        Truncation and reset process on Parrondo's paradox and flashing ratchets,

        Proceedings of the 17th international conference on Noise and Fluctuations,

        Prague , edt. J. Sikula, 81 (2003).

 

[29] P. Blanchard, C.-H. Chang, and T. Krueger,

        Epidemic thresholds on scale-free graphs,

        Annales Henri Poincarè 4, 957 (2003).

 

[30] C.-H. Chang,

        Ratchet models using driving forces generated by deterministic chaotic maps,

        Phys. Rev. E 66, 015203 (Rapid comm.) (2002).

 

[31] C.-H. Chang,

        Quantization conditions in Bogomolny's transfer operator method,

        Phys. Rev. E 66, 056202 (2002).

 

[32] C.-H. Chang and D. Mayer,

        "An Extension of the Thermodynamic Formalism Approach to Selberg's zeta

        Function for General Modular Groups",

        'Analysis,Ergodentheorie und effiziente Simulation dynamischer Systeme',

        pages 523-562, German Research Council, Springer-Verlag (2001).

 

[33] C.-H. Chang and D. Mayer,

        "Eigenfunctions of the Transfer Operators and the Period Functions for Modular

        Groups", book series ‘Contemporary Mathematics 290’ :

         (Dynamical, Spectral and Arithmetic Zeta-Functions), pages 1-40,

        American Mathematics Society (2001).

 

[34] C.-H. Chang and D. Mayer,

        "Transfer Operators and Period Functions for Subgroups of PSL(2,Z)",

        Proceedings of the Centre for Mathematical Physics and Stochastics,

        Aarhus University , Denmark (2000).

 

[35] C.-H. Chang and D. Mayer,

        "Thermodynamic Formalism and Selberg's Zeta Function for Modular Groups",

        Regular & Chaotic Dynamics, No. 3, Vol. 5, pages 281-312 (2000).

 

[36] C.-H. Chang and D. Mayer,

        "The Transfer Operator Approach to Selberg's Zeta Function and Modular

        and Maass Wave Forms for PSL(2,Z)",

        IMA vol.109 'Emerging applications of number theory' pages 72-142.

        editors: M. Gutzwiller et al, Springer-Verlag (1999).

 

[37] C.-H. Chang,

        "The Transfer Operator: From Statistical Mechanics to Quantum Chaos",

        Physics Bimonth, 21(4) pages 496-509, Aug. (1999).

 

[38] C.-H. Chang and D. Mayer,

        "The period Function of the nonholomorphic Eisenstein series for PSL(2,Z)",

        Math. Phys. Elec. Journal, Vol. 4,  No. 6 (1998).