Cheng-Yen (Charles) Liang
- Micromagnetic modeling, ferromagnetic materials
- Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering (Solid and Structure Mechanics), University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), Present
- M.S., Mechanical Engineering (Solid Mechanics), National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, 2007
- B.S., Mechanical Engineering, National Chung Cheng University, Chiai-Yi, Taiwan, 2005
2010 - Present
- Graduate Researcher, UCLA Active Materials Laboratory (Prof. Gregory Carman) - Modeling magnetization states and domain structures in ferromagnetic materials, simulated spin states under mechanical loading and external magnetic field, investigated experimental results and micromagnetic simulations
2010 - Present
- Research Assistant, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan - Fiber Bragg Grating measurement system development, Designed high-frequency in-plane FBG sensors, developed a multi-direction and high-frequency FBG sensor system, analyzed experimental results of wave propagation in solids
- Four-time Presidential Prize recipient at National Chung Cheng University (top 5% undergraduate students of ME department)
- Liang, Cheng-Yen, Scott M. Keller, Abdon E. Sepulveda, Wei-Yang Sun, Jizhai Cui, Christopher S. Lynch, and Gregory P. Carman. "Electrical control of a single magnetoelastic domain structure on a clamped piezoelectric thin film-analysis." Journal of Applied Physics 116, no. 12 (2014): 123909.
- Liang, Cheng-Yen, Scott M. Keller, Abdon E. Sepulveda, Alexandre Bur, Wei-Yang Sun, Kyle Wetzlar, and Gregory P. Carman. "Modeling of magnetoelastic nanostructures with a fully coupled mechanical-micromagnetic model." Nanotechnology 25, no. 43 (2014): 435701.
- Chuang, K-C., C-C. Ma, and C-Y. Liang. "Investigation of Dynamic Responses for Piezoceramic Plates in Resonance by Using Fiber Bragg Grating." Journal of Mechanics 25.04 (2009): 379-388.
- C-Y. Liang. The Research and Development of the High-Frequency In-plane FBG Sensor and Its Dynamic Measuring System (Master Thesis, 2007)