Ivo Stachiv
University Town of Shenzhen, HIT Campus, Building E  (518055)
He received PhD degree in 2009. Then he worked in several top-research institutions such as Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei & Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague.
Research interests: Metamaterials; Functional (SMA) and polymer thin films; Nanomechanics; Sensors; Multifunctional structures.

• Solid and polymer based materials with controllable mechanical and physical properties (e.g. materials with shape memory alloy components, solid to liquid materials, materials with negative indexes).
• Design of solid and polymer thin films and structures with controllable physical and mechanical properties for various applications utilizing functional materials and films.
• Study the properties and behaviour of structures with sputtered smart memory alloy films combined with magneto-electrical material layers.
• Ultrasensitive mass, force, fluid, spin and quantum sensors based on magneto-electrical and smart memory alloy structures and films deposited partially on the elastic substrates.
National Taiwan University (Ph.D.)
2016 - now
School of Sciences, HIT - Shenzhen Graduate School (Assoc. Prof.)
2009 - now
Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague ( Associated Scientist)
2015 - 2016
Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences (Assistant Prof.)
2010 - 2013
Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica at Taipei (Postdoctoral research fellow)
2010 - now
Evaluation Expert: Technology Agency of Czech Republic, European Union (www.tacr.cz).
2012 – now
CENICS Technical Program Committee Member: CENICS (Annual International Conference on Advances in Circuits, Electronics and Micro-electronics).
2016 - 2017
EMN Meeting Program Committee Member – Materials and Nanotechnology
reviewer for AIP, IOP, Elsevier and ASP publishers.
Micromechanical resonators with intentionally changeable physical and mechanical properties applicable in various biomaterials and physical sensors, Czech Science Council, Czech Republic, GAČR 15-13174J: (Principle Investigator)
Shape memory hybrid composite micro-structures with controllable physical and mechanical properties applicable in micro-/nanosized mechanical sensors, Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan, MOST 104-2218-E-151-002 -:
Vibrating nanostructures with changeable effective physical and mechanical proper-ties utilizing piecewise constant properties and material layers under con-stant/piecewise constant or modulated surface stresses and prestress forces applica-ble in novel sensing devices, Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan, MOST 105-2218-E-154-002 -:
National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, Academic Year Talent Merit Pay Award
(Last 5 Years Journal Papers) (*corresponding Author)
[21] I. Stachiv* and P. Sittner, “Nanocantilevers with adjustable static deflection and significantly tunable spectrum resonant frequencies for applications in nanomechanical mass sensors”, Nanomaterials 8, 116 (2018).
[20] I. Stachiv*, P. Sittner, J. Olejnicek, M. Landa and L. Heller, “Exploiting NiTi shape memory alloy films in design of tunable high frequency microcantilever resonators”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 111, 213105 (2017).
[19] I. Stachiv*, P. Sittner, Y.-R. Jeng and D. Vokoun, “Active frequency tuning of the cantilever nanoresonator utilizing a phase transformation of NiTi thin film”, J. Vibroeng.19, 5161 (2017).
[18] K.-P. Lin, I. Stachiv and T.-H. Fang*, “Mechanical properties and deformation mechanism of alumina (Al2O3) ceramic microstructures determined from the in-situ transmission electron mi-croscopy compression and nanoindentation experiments”, Mater. Res. Express 4, 075035 (2017).
[17] P.-C. Tsai*, Y.-R. Jeng*, Y.-T. Lee, I. Stachiv and P. Sittner, “Effects of carbon nanotube rein-forcement and grain size refinement mechanical properties and wear behaviors of carbon nanotube/copper composites”, Diamond Relat. Mater. 74, 197 (2017).
[16] I. Stachiv*, “Spectrum of the torsional and longitudinal natural frequencies of cantilever with an arbitrary number of layers with the piecewise constant mechanical properties, densities and thicknesses”, J. Appl. Theol. 1(2), 1 (2016).
[15] K.-P. Lin, T.-H. Fang*, I. Stachiv and T.-C. Cheng, “Mechanical response and deformation of Ni3Al7 alloys using in-situ transmission electron microscopy compression and nanoindenta-tion” Sci. Adv. Mater. 8, 1571 (2016).
[14] I. Stachiv*, C.-Y. Kuo, T.-H. Fang, and V. Mortet, ”Simultaneous determination of the residual stress, elastic modulus, density and thickness of ultrathin film utilizing vibrating doubly clamped micro-/nanobeams” AIP Adv. 6, 045005 (2016).
[13] C.-H. Wang, T.-H. Fang*, I. Stachiv, C.-C. Chiang and C.-C. Wu, “Effects of interface dynamics and layered structure on nanoformed gold films investigated using molecular dynamics simulation” Mol. Simul. 42, 702 (2016).
[12] J. Zapomel*, I. Stachiv and P. Ferfecki, “A novel method combining Monte Carlo–FEM simu-lations and experiments for simultaneous evaluation of the ultrathin film mass density and Young׳s modulus” Mech. Syst. Signal Pr. 66-67, 223 (2016).
[11] C.-H. Wang, K.-C. Chao, T.-H. Fang*, I. Stachiv and S.-F. Hsieh, “Investigations of the me-chanical properties of nanoimprinted amorphous Ni-Zr alloys utilizing the molecular dynamics simulation” J. Alloy Compd. 659, 224 (2016).
[10] I. Stachiv*, T.-H. Fang, and T.-H. Chen, “Micro-/nanosized cantilever beams and mass sensors under applied axial tensile/compressive force vibrating in vacuum and viscous fluid” AIP Adv. 5, 117140 (2015).
[9] I. Stachiv*, T.-H. Fang and Y.-R. Jeng*,”Mass Detection in Viscous Fluid Utilizing Vibrating Micro- and Nanomechanical Mass Sensors under Applied Axial Tensile Force” Sensors 15, 19351 (2015).
[8] I. Stachiv*,”Impact of surface and residual stresses and electro-/magnetostatic axial loading on the suspended nanomechanical based mass sensors: A theoretical study” J. Appl. Phys. 115, 214310 (2014).
[7] I. Stachiv*, J. Zapomel and Y.-L. Chen, “Simultaneous determination of the elastic modulus and density / thickness of ultrathin films utilizing micro-/nanoresonators under applied axial force” J. Appl. Phys. 115, 124304 (2014).
[6] I. Stachiv*, D. Vokoun and Y.–R. Jeng*, “Measurement of Young`s modulus and volumetric mass density / thickness of ultrathin films utilizing resonant based mass sensors” Appl. Phys. Lett. 104, 083102 (2014).
[5] I. Stachiv*, “Single nanoparticle and macromolecule detection in fluid utilizing vibrating mi-cro-/ nanoresonators including carbon nanotubes” Sens. Lett. 11, 613 (2013).
[4] A. I. Fedorchenko*, I. Stachiv and Z. Trávníček, “Spontaneous development of inertia-gravity waves inside the cylindrical container with combined in- and outflow” Thermophysics and Aeromechanics 20, 133 (2013).
[3] A. I. Fedorchenko, I. Stachiv* and W.-C. Wang, “Method of the viscosity measurement by means of the vibrating micro-/nanomechanical resonators” Flow Meas. Instrum. 32, 84 (2013).
[2] I. Stachiv, A. I. Fedorchenko and Y.-L. Chen*, “Mass detection by means of vibrating nanomechanical resonators” Appl. Phys. Lett. 100, 093110 (2012).
[1] A. I. Fedorchenko, I. Stachiv*, A.-B. Wang, “On normal modes of vibrating 1-D mechanical systems with discontinuous properties” Mech. of Adv. Mater. and Struc., 19, 265 (2012).
09/2002 – 02/2003 Introduction to mechanics (U).
VSB-Technical University of Ostrava (Czech Rep.)
02/2015 - 06/2016 Mechanics of vibration (G), Technical English writing (G/U), Microsystems packaging (U), Micro-mechanics (G), Micro-Sensors (G), Dynamics (G/U), Fundamentals of Nano-mechanics (G);Seminar (G/U).
National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences
09/2016 - now Numerical Methods (G)
Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen Campus
02/2018 - now Nanomechanics (G)
Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen Campus