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Dr Hungyen Lin

Senior Lecturer in Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Hungyen Lin

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Research overview

Hungyen's research is focused on developing terahertz technologies and creating industrially relevant applications. His work is at the interface of material science, applied physics and engineering, with research interests in the terahertz/optical sensing of

  • Pharmaceutical film coatings and manufacturing
  • Graphene and 2D materials
  • Fuel cells
  • Composites

Hungyen is an IEEE Senior Member, EPSRC Peer Review College Member, Royal Academy of Engineering Industrial Fellow, and Higher Education Academy Fellow.


Hungyen began his academic life at University of Adelaide, Australia, where he graduated from a Computer Systems Engineering (1st Hons). After undertaking an industrial sponsored Masters by Research project (Schefenacker Vision Systems) at University of South Australia, he returned back to University of Adelaide to pursue a PhD in Electronic Engineering. There he realised terahertz time-domain spectrometers and built a terahertz microscope. During his PhD, he undertook research exchanges at Freiburg University and Osaka University funded by an Australian Prime Minister Asia Award. Following PhD, he worked as a postdoctoral research associate in Terahertz Applications Group, at University of Cambridge under Prof J. Axel Zeitler for a total of 2 years before taking up a lectureship at Lancaster University. He has previously worked as a software engineer in Fujitsu Siemens Computers and as a patent attorney in Australia.


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