C P Wong
Chinese University of Hong Kong
C P Wong is the Charles Smithgall Institute Endowed Chair and Regents’ Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology, and Dean of Engineering at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Professor Wong received primary and secondary education in Hong Kong and furthered his education in the US. He received his BS degree from Purdue University, and his PhD degree from the Pennsylvania State University. He received many awards, among those, the AT&T Bell Labs Fellow Award in 1992, the IEEE CPMT Society Outstanding Sustained Technical Contributions Award in 1995, the Georgia Tech Sigma Xi Faculty Best Research Paper Award in 1999, Best MS, PhD and undergraduate Thesis Awards in 2002 and 2004, respectively, the University Press (London) Award of Excellence, the IEEE Third Millennium Medal in 2000, the IEEE EAB Education Award in 2001, the IEEE CPMT Society Exceptional Technical Contributions Award in 2002, the Georgia Tech Class of 1934 Distinguished Professor Award in 2004, Outstanding Ph.D. His research interests lie in the fields of polymeric materials, electronic packaging and interconnect, interfacial adhesions, nano-functional material syntheses, Si etching and energy storage. His work includes nano-composites such as well-aligned carbon nanotubes, graphenes, lead-free alloys, flip chip underfill, ultra high k capacitor composites superhydrophobic coatings and supercapacitors. He holds over 65 US patents, numerous international patents, has published over 1000 technical papers, 12 books, is a Member of the National Academy of Engineering of the USA since 2000, and a Foreign Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering 2013.
Nano-composites such as well-aligned carbon nanotubes, graphenes, lead-free alloys, flip chip underfill, ultra high k capacitor composites superhydrophobic coatings and supercapacitors.