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Articles by Shin-Tson Wu
Total Records ( 4 ) for Shin-Tson Wu
  Sebastian Gauza , Amanda Parish , Shin-Tson Wu , Anna Spadlo and Roman Dabrowski
  We have designed, synthesised and evaluated the physical properties of high-birefringence (Δn) isothiocyanato phenyl-tolane and terphenyl liquid crystals. These compounds exhibit a Δn∼0.36-0.52 at room temperature and wavelength λ = 633 nm. A different mesomorphic sequence was observed depending on the terminal alkyl chain length. Compounds with a longer chain show smectic and nematic phases, whereas short-chain homologues only exhibit a nematic phase. In the vicinity of the nematic-to-smectic transition, the viscoelastic coefficient decreases, instead of increases, as the temperature decreases. The observed change is as large as 75% for the 4`-(3,5-difluoro-4-isothiocyanatophenylethynyl)-4-pentylbiphenyl compound studied. This behaviour is useful for improving the response time of a liquid crystal device, if the operating temperature can be controlled accurately.
  Haiqing Xianyu , Yue Zhao , Sebastian Gauza , Xiao Liang and Shin-Tson Wu
  Some high birefringence ester liquid crystal compounds with cyanate or isothiocyanate polar groups were investigated, the relaxation frequency of which is in the kilo-Hertz region. These compounds are useful for formulating dual-frequency liquid crystal (DFLC) mixtures. The dielectric relaxation and electro-optical properties of these compounds were characterised. Potential applications of these compounds for DFLC mixtures to meet different requirements are discussed.
  Haiqing Xianyu , Shin-Tson Wu and Chih-Lung Lin
  We review the recent progress in developing high performance dual frequency liquid crystal (DFLC) materials. A new figure of merit is derived for evaluating the DFLC performance. The dielectric relaxation and electro-optical properties of several high performance compounds, which possess a positive dielectric anisotropy at low frequencies and a relaxation frequency in the kilohertz region, are presented. Potential applications of these compounds are discussed. Compounds with a negative dielectric anisotropy were also compared and discussed. Two experimental DFLC mixtures were demonstrated with one intended for room temperature operation and another for elevated temperature operation.
  Sukin Yoon , Miyoung Kim , Min Su Kim , Byeong Gyun Kang , Mi-Kyung Kim , Anoop Kumar Srivastava , Seung Hee Lee , Zhibing Ge , Linghui Rao , Sebastian Gauza and Shin-Tson Wu
  Liquid crystal displays based on the Kerr effect are emerging because of their attractive features, such as symmetric viewing angle, no need for alignment layer, and sub-millisecond response time. However, high operating voltage and low optical efficiency remain as challenges to be overcome. Here, we propose a new cell structure with a protrusion shape of electrode and a driving scheme using two transistors to reduce operating voltage and enhance light efficiency. Confirming simulation results are obtained.
 
 
 
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