Ming-Huang Huang
Ming-Huang Huang
Corning Research and Development Corporation
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Nanomechanical architecture of strained bilayer thin films: from design principles to experimental fabrication
M Huang, C Boone, M Roberts, DE Savage, MG Lagally, N Shaji, H Qin, ...
Advanced Materials 17 (23), 2860-2864, 2005
Mechanism for nanotube formation from self-bending nanofilms driven by atomic-scale surface-stress imbalance
J Zang, M Huang, F Liu
Physical review letters 98 (14), 146102, 2007
Semiconductor nanomembrane tubes: Three-dimensional confinement for controlled neurite outgrowth
M Yu, Y Huang, J Ballweg, H Shin, M Huang, DE Savage, MG Lagally, ...
ACS nano 5 (4), 2447-2457, 2011
Nanomechanical architecture of semiconductor nanomembranes
M Huang, F Cavallo, F Liu, MG Lagally
Nanoscale 3 (1), 96-120, 2011
Mechano-electronic superlattices in silicon nanoribbons
M Huang, CS Ritz, B Novakovic, D Yu, Y Zhang, F Flack, DE Savage, ...
Acs Nano 3 (3), 721-727, 2009
Relative stability of Si surfaces: A first-principles study
GH Lu, M Huang, M Cuma, F Liu
Surface science 588 (1-3), 61-70, 2005
Highly flexible transparent electrodes containing ultrathin silver for efficient polymer solar cells
DS Ghosh, Q Liu, P Mantilla‐Perez, TL Chen, V Mkhitaryan, M Huang, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 25 (47), 7309-7316, 2015
An indium tin oxide-free polymer solar cell on flexible glass
N Formica, P Mantilla-Perez, DS Ghosh, D Janner, TL Chen, M Huang, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 7 (8), 4541-4548, 2015
Nanostressors and the nanomechanical response of a thin silicon film on an insulator
F Liu, M Huang, PP Rugheimer, DE Savage, MG Lagally
Physical review letters 89 (13), 136101, 2002
Self-organization of semiconductor nanocrystals by selective surface faceting
B Yang, P Zhang, DE Savage, MG Lagally, GH Lu, M Huang, F Liu
Physical Review B 72 (23), 235413, 2005
Bending of nanoscale ultrathin substrates by growth of strained thin films and islands
M Huang, P Rugheimer, MG Lagally, F Liu
Physical Review B 72 (8), 085450, 2005
Seeing the atomic orbital: First-principles study of the effect of tip termination on atomic force microscopy
M Huang, M Čuma, F Liu
Physical review letters 90 (25), 256101, 2003
Transparent antennas for wireless systems based on patterned indium tin oxide and flexible glass
MD Poliks, YL Sung, J Lombardi, R Malay, J Dederick, CR Westgate, ...
2017 IEEE 67th Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC), 1443-1448, 2017
Copper Transparent Antennas on Flexible Glass by Subtractive and Semi-Additive Fabrication for Automotive Applications
J Lombardi, R Malay, J Schaffner, HJ Song, MH Huang, S Pollard, ...
2018 IEEE 68th Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC), 2107-2115, 2018
Straining Nanomembranes via Highly Mismatched Heteroepitaxial Growth: InAs Islands on Compliant Si Substrates
C Deneke, A Malachias, A Rastelli, L Merces, M Huang, F Cavallo, ...
ACS nano 6 (11), 10287-10295, 2012
Influence of surface properties on the electrical conductivity of silicon nanomembranes
X Zhao, SA Scott, M Huang, W Peng, AM Kiefer, FS Flack, DE Savage, ...
Nanoscale research letters 6 (1), 402, 2011
Integrated freestanding single-crystal silicon nanowires: conductivity and surface treatment
CH Lee, CS Ritz, M Huang, MW Ziwisky, RJ Blise, MG Lagally
Nanotechnology 22 (5), 055704, 2010
Anti-reflective coating with a conductive indium tin oxide layer on flexible glass substrates
Y Sung, RE Malay, X Wen, CN Bezama, VV Soman, MH Huang, ...
Applied optics 57 (9), 2202-2207, 2018
Active and passive integration on flexible glass substrates: Subtractive single micron metal interposers and high performance IGZO thin film transistors
R Malay, A Nandur, J Hewlett, R Vaddi, BE White, MD Poliks, SM Garner, ...
2015 IEEE 65th Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC), 691-699, 2015
Introduction to Flexible Glass Substrates
SM Garner, X Li, MH Huang
Flexible Glass: Enabling Thin, Lightweight, and Flexible Electronics, 1-33, 2017
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