Chung-Kiak Poh

Dr. Chung-Kiak Poh

Aero-Persistence Research LLP, Malaysia




2011 Ph.D., University of Wollongong, Australia

Publications (selected)

  1. Chung-Kiak Poh, Chung-How Poh (2015) Concept of Spinsonde for Multi-Cycle Measurement of Vertical Wind Profile of Tropical Cyclones. Open Journal of Applied Sciences 5:145.
  2. Chung-Kiak Poh, Chung-How Poh (2015) UAV with VTOL and endurance capability inspired by unlimited class aerobatic aircraft. International Journal of Micro Air Vehicles 7:125.
  3. Chung-How Poh, Chung-Kiak Poh (2014) Can the Vertical Motions in the Eyewall of Tropical Cyclones Support Persistent UAV Flight? Journal of Aeronautics & Aerospace Engineering 3:133.
  4. Chung-How Poh, Chung-Kiak Poh (2014) Radio Controlled “3D Aerobatic Airplanes” as Basis for Fixed-Wing UAVs with VTOL Capability. Open Journal of Applied Sciences 4:515.
  5. Chung-How Poh, Chung-Kiak Poh, Glenn Bryant, Xiaojing Zhou, Warwick Belcher, Paul Dastoor, “Plasmonic nanostructure embedded within photoactive layer for enhanced power conversion efficiency of organic solar cells”, IEEE Photonics Society Winter Topical Meetings, Colorado, USA, January 2011.
  6. Chung-Kiak Poh, Chung-How Poh, Zaiping Guo, Hua-Kun Liu, “Characterization of nano-thin films for high-speed switchable mirrors and hydrogen storage media”, presented at The Fifth international conference on advanced materials and nanotechnology (AMN-5), Wellington, New Zealand, February 2011.
  7. Chung-Kiak Poh, Chung-How Poh, Zaiping Guo, Hua-Kun Liu, “Cascaded quantum dot layer (CQDL) architecture for hydride-based switchable mirrors”, presented at The World Congress on Eng. and Tech., Shanghai, China, October 2011.
  8. Chung-Kiak Poh, Chung-How Poh, Zaiping Guo, Hua-Kun Liu, “Multi-stacked structure for switching contrast enhancement of ultrathin film switchable mirrors – a proof of principle”, submitted to J. Thin Solid Film, April 2011.
  9. Chung-Kiak Poh, Yue Zhao, Zaiping Guo, Hua-Kun Liu, “Magnesium ultra-thin film: hydrogen kinetics and Raman spectroscopy” submitted to Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, April 2011.
  10. H.B. Lu, C.K. Poh, L.C. Zhang, Z. Guo, X.B. Yu, H.K. Liu, “Dehydrogenation characteristics of Ti- and Ni/Ti-catalyzed Mg”, J. Alloys Compd., vol. 481, pp. 152–5, July 2009.
  11. R. Zeng, S.X. Dou, L. Lu, W.X. Li, C.K. Poh, J.H. Kim, J. Horvat, D.Q. Shi, J.L. Wang, P. Munroe, X.F. Wang, R.K. Zheng, S.P. Ringer, M. Rindfleisch, M. Tomsic, “Stress/Strain Induced flux pinning in highly dense MgB2 bulks”, IEEE Transactions on IEEE Trans. Appl. Supercond., vol.19, pp. 2722–2725, June 2009.
  12. J.F. Mao, X.B. Yu, Z.P. Guo, C.K. Poh, H.K. Liu, Z. Wu, J. Ni, “Improvement of the LiAlH4-NaBH4 system for reversible hydrogen storage”, J. Phys. Chem. C, vol. 113, pp. 10813–10818, May 2009.
  13. J.L. Wang, S.J. Campbell, R. Zeng, C.K. Poh, S.X. Dou, S.J. Kennedy, “Re-entrant ferromagnet PrMn2Ge0.8Si1.2: Magnetocaloric effect” J. Appl. Phys., 105:07A909, February 2009.
  14. Chung-Kiak Poh, Zaiping Guo, Hua-Kun Liu, “Real-time measurement of desorption temperature and kinetics of magnesium hydride powder sample based on optical reflection” Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, Vol. 34, pp. 9168–9172, September 2009.
  15. Chung-Kiak Poh, Seung-Ryeol Lee, Yong-Tak Lee, and Kamal Alameh, “Demonstration of Electronically-Tunable Laser Structure Employing a Semiconductor Optical Amplifier and an Opto-VLSI Processor”, COIN–ACOFT 2007, Melbourne, Australia, July 2007.
  16. Chung-Kiak Poh, Kamal Alameh, and Zhenglin Wang, “Demonstration of Tunable Optical Filter Using 1-D Opto-VLSI Processor”, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, Volume 18, Issue 11, pp. 1234–1236, June 2006.
  17. Chung-Kiak Poh, Kamal Alameh, and Zhenglin Wang, “A Reconfigurable Optical Add-Drop Multiplexer Architecture Employing Opto-VLSI Processing”, Optical Fiber Communication (OFC), Anaheim, CA, USA, March 2006.
  18. Chung-Kiak Poh and Kamal Alameh, “Improving the Steering Efficiency of 1x4096 Opto-VLSI Processor Using Direct Power Measurement Method”, Proceedings of the IEEE international Workshop on Electronic Design, Test and Applications (DELTA), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, January 2006.

Last updated: 2016-04-29