Dr Choy Chik Ho Wallace
Wallace Choy is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, the University of Hong Kong. He was the recipient of Croucher Fellowship, Croucher Scholarship and Sir Edward Youde Postgraduate Fellowship. He received Outstanding Achievement Award from NRC in 2001 and overseas visiting fellowships from HKU to take sabbatical leaves for visiting George Malliaras's Group, Cornell University in 2008, Yang Yang's group, UCLA in the summer of 2009 and 2011, Karl Leo's group, IAPP, Dresden, Germany in the summer of 2010, as well as Kido's group in Yamagata University, Japan in the summer of 2012.
Dr. Choy's major research interests are in the areas of organic and inorganic optoelectronic structure and devices, and nano-material devices, particularly on the design, synthesis, and physical understanding of plasmonic nanostructures, nanoscale metals, and the multiphysics and applications of electrical and optical properties of organic and inorganic materials.
- Croucher Fellowship in 1999 at National Research Council of Canada
- Croucher Scholarship in 1995 at University of Surrey
Associate Professor at University of Hong Kong