Dr. I-Fang Cheng
Assistant Researcher
National Nano Device Laboratories (NDL), Tainan, Taiwan
e-mail: [email protected]
Tel : 886-6-2082408 ext. 8711, 886-6-5050650 ext. 6614
Education and experiences:
Ph.D. in Institute of Nanotechnology and Microsystems Engineering, National Cheng Kung University (07/2010) M.S. in Department of Biomedical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University (05/2007) Assistant Research Fellow in National Nano Device Laboratories (NDL), National Applied
Research Laboratories, 12/2011 to present. (Current position)
Postdoctoral Fellow in Institute of Biomedical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, from 08/2010 to 12/2011 Visiting student in Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Notre Dame, USA (06/2007-08/2008, 06/2008—08/2008 and 05/2009-08/2009) Research activities:
Development and Research on Biosensors and Biomolecular Sensing Technology
Development and Research on Optically-Induced Biosensor Systems
Development and Research on Bio-micro/nanofluidics and AC/DC Electrokinetics
Development and Research on Bio-MEMS
Journal Papers (2007-2012):
(Total IF= 49.5, Average IF= 4.5, Total citation number= 141 times)
1. I-F Cheng, H-C Chang, D Hou, and H-C Chang, "An integrated dielectrophoretic chip for
continuous bioparticle filtering, focusing, trapping and detecting", Biomicrofluidics, 1,
021503 (2007). (SCI, IF= 3.896, Ranking: 2/31= 6.4%)
(Cited by 77 times, most cited paper in Biomicrofluidics from 2006 to 2011)
2. I-F Cheng, V Froude, Y-E Zhu, H-C Chang and H-C Chang, "A Continuous high
throughput bioparticle sorter based on 3D traveling wave dielectrophoresis", Lab Chip, 9,
3193 (2009). (SCI, IF= 6.260, Ranking: 12/140= 8%) (Cited by 23 times)
3. I-F Cheng, S Senapati, X Cheng, S Basuray, H-C Chang and H-C Chang, A rapid field-use
assay for mismatch number and location of hybridized DNAs, Lab Chip, 10, 828 (2010).
(SCI, IF= 6.260, Ranking: 12/140= 8%) (Cited by 18 times)
4. I-F Cheng, C-C Lin, D-Y Lin, H-C Chang, A dielectrophoretic chip with a roughened
metal surface for on-chip Surface Raman Enhanced Scattering analysis of bacteria, Biomicrofluidics, 4, 034104 (2010). (SCI, IF= 3.896, Ranking: 2/31= 6.4 %)
(Cited by 14 times) This work was also selected for publication in Virtual Journal of
Biological Physics research, Sep. 15 (2010).
5. C-C Chung, I-F Cheng, C-C Lin, and H-C Chang, Rapid quantification of bio-particles
based on image visualisation in a dielectrophoretic microfluidic chip, Microfluid Nanofluid, 10, 311 (2011). (SCI, IF= 3.504, Ranking: 3/61= 4.9%) (Cited by 1 time)
6. I-F Cheng, C-C Chung and H-C Chang, High-throughput electrokinetic bioparticle
Focusing based on a travelling-wave dielectrophoretic field, Microfluid Nanofluid, 10,
649 (2011). (SCI, IF= 3.504, Ranking: 3/61= 4.9 %) (Cited by 8 times)
7. C-C Chung, I-F Cheng, W-H Yang, H-C Chang, Antimicrobial susceptibility test using
dielectrophoretic behavior of elongated Escherichia coli treated with Cephalexin, Biomicrofluidics, 5, 021102 (2011) (SCI, IF= 3.896, Ranking: 2/31= 6.4 %)
This work was also selected for publication in Virtual Journal of Biological Physics
research, July 1 (2011).
8. S-H Liao†, I-F Cheng† and H-C Chang, Precisely sized separation of multiple particles
based on dielectrophoresis gradient in the z-direction, Microfluid Nanofluid, 12, 201
(2012) (†Equal contribution) (SCI, IF= 3.504, Ranking: 3/61= 4.9 %)
9. I-F Cheng, S-L Liu, C-C Chung, H-C Chang, Gray-scale light-induced electric field
gradient for passive and continuous separation of microparticles, Microfluid Nanofluid, 2012). (SCI, IF= 3.504, Ranking: 3/61= 4.9 %)
10. I-F Cheng, H-W Han, H-C Chang, Dielectrophoresis and shear enhanced DNA
hybridization for rapid discrimination of Candida species, Biosens. Bioelectron., 33, 36
(2012) (SCI, IF= 5.361, Ranking: 1/26= 3.8%, 5/73= 5.4%)
11. C-C Chung, I-F Cheng, H-C Kan, H-M Chen, W-H Yang, H-C Chang, Rapid screening of
the antibiotic susceptibility to β-lactam-induced elongation of Gram-negative bacteria based on dielectrophoresis, Anal. Chem., accepted for publication (2012) (SCI, IF= 5.874, Ranking: 3/73= 4%)
12. I-F Cheng, S-L Yang, C-C Chung, H-C Chang, A Rapid (< 2 min) Electrochemical
Impedance-based Biosensor based on the AC Electrokinetics Enhanced Immuno-reaction, submitted to Biosens. Bioelectron. (2012) (SCI, IF= 5.361, Ranking: 1/26= 3.8%)
13. I-F Cheng*, I-C Cheng, J-P Yur, H-C Chang*, Flexible and Long-ranged Gray-Scale
Photolithography Utilizing Microfluidic Technique, in submission, Biomicrofluidics (2012) (SCI, IF= 3.896, Ranking: 2/31= 6.4 %)

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