Dr Yi-Chieh Chen

Strathclyde Chancellor's Fellow

Chemical and Process Engineering

Personal statement

Spectroscopy has been the centre of my research interest and career. My aim is to apply advance spectroscopic techniques to investigate nanostructure materials for optical sensing applications. I am especially familiar with Raman and surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy, light scattering spectroscopy and surface plasmon spectroscopy. My current research project focuses on the development of robust optical measurement-interpretation platform by utilising UV-vis-NIR spectroscopy in the fields of process analysis and biomedical diagnostics. I am also interested in applying the concept to other spectroscopic techniques to overcome challenges in instrumentation and analysis of measurements.

I am currently leading the Measurement and Analytics Team in Strathclyde. My long term goal is to lead integration of analytical science to provide solutions for challenges faced in scientific and industrial communities. 

Publications

The role of in-line image analysis in the transition to continuous manufacturing in the pharmaceutical industry
Cardona Javier, Ferreira Carla, Svoboda Vaclav, Ahmed Bilal, McGinty John, Agimelen Okpeafoh S, Hamilton Andrew, Cleary Alison, Atkinson Robert, Michie Craig, Marshall Stephen, Florence Alastair J, Chen Yi-Chieh, Sefcik Jan, Andonovic Ivan, Tachtatzis Christos
International Conference on Manufacturing Research (2018)
Multi-sensor measurements of quantitative particle size and shape information in crystal slurries
Ferreira Carla Sofia, Ahmed Bilal, Cardona Javier, Agimelen Okpeafoh, Sefcik Jan, Chen Yi-Chieh
8th World Congress on Particle Technology (2018)
Effect of particle size distribution on spatially and angularly resolved diffuse reflectance measurement
Chen Yi-Chieh, Tiernan-Vandermotten Sarra, Lue Leo, Ferreira Carla Sofia, Sefcik Jan, Thennadil Suresh
European Pharmaceutical Review Vol 23, pp. 34-37 (2018)
Image analysis framework with focus evaluation for in situ characterisation of particle size and shape attributes
Cardona Javier, Ferreira Carla, McGinty John, Hamilton Andrew, Agimelen Okpeafoh S, Cleary Alison, Atkinson Robert, Michie Craig, Marshall Stephen, Chen Yi-Chieh, Sefcik Jan, Andonovic Ivan, Tachtatzis Christos
Chemical Engineering Science Vol 191, pp. 208-231 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ces.2018.06.067
Multi-sensor measurements of quantitative particle size and shape information in crystal slurries
Ferreira Carla Sofia, Agimelen Okpeafoh, Cardona Javier, Sefcik Jan, Chen Yi-Chieh
ISIC20 (2017)
In-line monitoring of particle size and shape from image-based measurements
Cardona J, Ferreira C, McGinty J, Hamilton A, Agimelen OS, Cleary A, Chen YC, Sefcik J, Michie C, Atkinson R, Andonovic I, Tachtatzis C
ISIC20 (2017)

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Professional activities

Multivariate Regression Analysis: Basics and Analysis
Speaker
22/5/2018
National Chung Hsing University
Visiting researcher
19/5/2018
Multi-sensor Measurements For Quantitative Particle Size And Concentration Information in Crystal Slurries
Contributor
24/4/2018
Effects of particle size distribution (PSD) on visible/near infrared spectra
Contributor
19/4/2018
Particle Measurement in Process
Speaker
22/3/2018
Paweena Prapainainar
Host
1/8/2017

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Projects

Study of natural rubber polymerisation kinetics using online monitoring system for rubber industrial applications
Prapainainar, Paweena (Principal Investigator) Chen, Yi-Chieh (Principal Investigator)
01-Jan-2017 - 31-Jan-2018
Spectroscopic measurement of particle embedded polymeric materials for estimation of solar gain
Chen, Yi-Chieh (Principal Investigator) Wong, Ing Liang (Principal Investigator) Paneri, Anshul (Post Grad Student)
27-Jan-2017 - 10-Jan-2017
Modelling of Particle Size, Shape and Size Distribution in Pharmaceutical Suspensions and the Effects on Visible/Near Infrared (vis-NIR) Spectra
Chen, Yi-Chieh (Principal Investigator)
01-Jan-2015 - 30-Jan-2018

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Address

Chemical and Process Engineering
James Weir Building

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