Electrical Engineering, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Jr-Hau He is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering program at King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST). He was a Visiting Scholar at Georgia Tech (2005), a Postdoc Fellow at National Tsing Hua University (2006) and Georgia Tech (2007), a Visiting Professor at Georgia Tech (2008), UC Berkeley (2010 and 2014), and UC San Diego (2012-2013), HKPolyU (Dec. of 2014), and University Lille 1 (May of 2016) and a tenured Asistant/Associate Professor at National Taiwan University (2007-2014).
He has been a pioneer in optoelectronics, which reflects on his achievement of photon management on the light harvesting devices. He has conducted highly interdisciplinary researches to bridge those gaps between various research fields and between academia and industry. The great success of his research is reflected by his research funding, publications, awards, honors, patent and technology transfer to industry. He has grants received: > US$ 11M and garnered ~10000 citations for a body of work consisted of >200 peer reviewed journal articles and 18 patents with 53 of H factor over his career and over 200 presentations in international conferences. The nanotechnology he has developed has been transferred constantly to energy and LED industry in Taiwan and Saudi Arabia.