STEM Education Center

 

Jia-Ling Lin

Research Scientist

STEM Education Center
320U LES

1954 Buford Avenue
Tel: 612/624-9655
jllin@umn.edu

Ph.D.in Physics: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1994
M.S. in Physics: University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1986
B.S. in Applied Physics:Shanghai Jiao Tong University,China,1982

Dr. Jia-Ling Lin is a research scientist in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Education Center at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Her current research interest includes applying Research-Based Methods in areas of: (1) Establishing instructional Models for post-secondary STEM education; and (2) Problem solving in physics and engineering for secondary and post-secondary education.Dr. Jia-Ling Lin earned her BS in physics from the Shanghai Jiao Tong University and PhD in physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Lin was a research scientist in physics before working for the engineering college at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She served as the Director of the Undergraduate Learning Center in the College of Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Selected Publications

  1. 1.Publications most closely related to STEM Education

    • Jia-Ling Lin, Paul Imbertson, and Tamara Moore, Introducing an instructional model in Undergraduate Electric Power Energy Systems Curriculum-Part (I): “Authoritative” vs. Dialogic Discourse in Problem-Centered Learning. 120th ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, 2013.
    • Jia-Ling Lin & Andy S. Peng, A Framework to Examine Fidelity of Implementation of A Hybrid Instructional Model in Computer Engineering Courses, the 43th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Engineering Eudcation (FIE) Conference, 2013. (Submitted).
    • Jia-Ling Lin, Paul Imbertson, and Tamara Moore, Applying design-based research to    investigate instructional strategies for problem-centered learning in undergraduate electric energy systems curriculum TRUES Conference, June 3, 2012.
    • Jia-Ling Lin, Jennifer M. Binzley, and Manuela Romero, Helping engineering students    develop problem-solving skills in content-based workshops outside classrooms, the 42th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Engineering Education (FIE) Conference 2012.
    • Jia-Ling Lin, Jennifer M. Binzley, Eman Zaki, and Manuela Romero, What is Important in Physics Learning? Understanding Perspectives and Providing Assistance for Engineering Students, the 119th ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, 2012. ((http://www.asee.org/public/conferences/8/papers/4736/view)
    • Jia-Ling Lin, Donald Woolston, and Gregory Moses, Achieving Student-Centered Learning through Scalable Instructional Academic Support Resources, The 40th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Engineering Education (FIE) Conference, October 2010.
    • Jia-Ling Lin & Donald Woolston, Important Lessons in Engineering Education Learned from Seven Years  of Experience in Undergraduate Academic Support Programs, T3A-8, Proceeding of the 38th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Oct. 22-25, 2008.

    2. Other significant publications (condensed matter physics and nanotechnology)

    • J.- L. Lin and J.P. Wolfe. Bose-Einstein Condensation of Paraexcitons in Stressed Cu2O.  Phys. Rev. Lett. 71(8), 1222 (1993).
    •  J.-L. Lin, D. Y. Petrovykh, J. Viernow, F. K. Men, D. J. Seo, and F.J. Himpsel, Formation of Regular Step Arrays on Si(111)7x7, J. Appl. Phys. 84, 255 (1998).
    • J.-L. Lin, H. Rauscher, A. Kirakosian, and F.J. Himpsel, Selective Adsorption of Metallocenes on Clean and Chemically Modified Si(111) Surfaces, J. Appl. Phys. 86, 5492 (1999).
    • S.G. Jaloviar, Jia-Ling Lin, F. Liu, V. Zielasek, L. McCaughan and M.G. Lagally. Step-Induced Optical Anisotropy of Si(001). Phys. Rev. Lett. 82(4),791 (1999).
    • F.J. Himpsel, T. Jung, A. Kirakosian, J.-L. Lin, D. Y. Petrovykh, H. Rauscher, and J. Viernow, Nanowires by Step Decoration, MRS Bulletin,24(8), P. 20, August 1999.
    • J.-L. Lin, D. Y. Petrovykh, A. Kirakosian, H, Rauscher, F. J. Himpsel, and P. A. Dowben, Appl. Phys. Lett. Self-assembled Fe nanowires using organometallic chemical vapor deposition and CaF2 masks on stepped Si(111) Appl. Phys. Lett. 78, 829 (2001).
    • F. J. Himpsel, K. N. Altmann, R. Bennewitz, J. N. Crain, A. Kirakosian, J.-L. Lin, J. L.    McChesney, One-Dimensional Electronic States at Surfaces, J. Phys. Condens. Matter 13, (2001)
    • R. Bennewitz, J. N. Crain, A. Kirakosian, J.-L. Lin, J. L. McChesney, D. Y. Petrovykh, and F. J. Himpsel, Atomic scale memory at a silicon surface, Nanotechnology 13, 499 (2002). cond-mat/0204251 (2002).
    • F. K. Men, Feng Liu, P. J. Wang, C. H. Chen, D. L. Cheng, J. L. Lin, and F. J. Himpsel, Self-organized nanoscale pattern formation on vicinal Si(111) surfaces via a two-stage faceting transition, Phys. Rev. Lett. 88, 096105 (2002).
    • D. Y. Petrovykh, K. N. Altmann, J.-L. Lin, F. J. Himpsel, and F. M. Leibsle, Single domain Ca-induced reconstruction on vicinal Si(111), Surf. Sci. 512, 269 (2002).
    • A. Kirakosian, J. N. Crain, J.-L. Lin, J. L. McChesney, D. Y. Petrovykh, F. J. Himpsel, and R. Bennewitz, Si adatoms on the Si(111)5x2-Au surface, Surf. Sci. 532, 928 (2003).

Selected Presentations

  1. PRESENTATIONS --- TEACHING, TEACHER TRAINING, and ENGINEERING EDUCATION

    1. Lecturer in Anatomy 660, Medical School, University of Wisconsin-Madison, May 1994
    2. Speaker of  “Teaching Improvement Program (TIP)” workshop, College of Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, January 2002
    3. J.-L. Lin et al. “What is missing in teaching and learning introductory physics for engineering students?” 2003 March Meeting of American Physical Society, Austin, TX
    4. B. Schmidt, E. Zaki, J.-L. Lin,  “New roles for advisors in academic support initiatives, Roundtable”, March 23, 2003, NACADA Regions 5&6, Madison, WI
    5. J.-L. Lin et al. “How can we help students appreciate physics education?” 2004 March Meeting of American Physical society, Montreal, Canada
    6. Speaker of  “Teaching Improvement Program (TIP)” workshop, College of Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, January 2005
    7. Jia-Ling Lin, “Active learning in introductory physics courses”, Physics Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison, March, 2006
    8. Jia-Ling Lin, Facilitator, “Problem-solving Workshop”, Teaching Improvement Program, COE, January 2009
    9. Jia-Ling Lin, TEL Forum, February, COE, February 2009
    10. Jia-Ling Lin, Engineering Education Showcase, Teaching Improvement Program, COE, August 2009
    11. Jia-Ling Lin et al. “Important Lessons in Engineering Education Learned from Seven Years of Experience in Undergraduate Academic Support Programs”,  The 38th Frontiers in Engineering Education  (FIE) Conference, Albany, NY, October 2008
    12. Jia-Ling Lin et al.  “Strengthen Instructional Components in Peer-Led Problem-solving Workshop”, 2009 March Meeting of American Physical Society, Pittsburgh, PA, March 2009
    13. Jia-Ling Lin, et al. “Achieving Student-Centered Learning through Scalable Instructional Academic Support Resources, The 40th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Engineering Education  (FIE) Conference, Arlington, VA, October 2010
    14. Jia-Ling Lin, Paul Imbertson, and Tamara Moore, Applying design-based research to    investigate instructional strategies for problem-centered learning in undergraduate electric energy systems curriculum TRUES Conference, June 3, 2012. http://www.asee.org/public/conferences/8/papers/4736/view).
    15. Jia-Ling Lin, et al. “What is Important in Physics Learning? Understanding Perspectives and Providing Assistance for Engineering Students, the 119th ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, June 10-13, 2012
    16. Jia-Ling Lin, et at. “Helping engineering students develop problem-solving skills in content-based workshops outside classrooms”, the 42th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Engineering Education (FIE) Conference 2012.
    17. T. Moore, K. Smith, and Jia-Ling Lin, “STEM Integration and STEM Education Research: Current Status and Global Perspectives”, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China, March 2013.
    18. Jia-Ling Lin, “An Emerging Methodology in Education Research: Design-Based Research (DBR)-Characteristics and Applications in Physics Education Research?”, 2013 Physics Education Research Seminar, Physics Department, University of Minnesota Twin Cities, April, 2013.

    INVITED TALK:

    1. J.-L Lin on Panel Discussions on 1997 Meeting of American Physical Society, Kansas City, MO.
    2. J.-L. Lin et al. Fabrication of Nanowire Arrays by Selective Adsorption of Metallocene on Striped CaF2/CaF1/Si(111), International Workshop on Nanostructured Materials and Interfaces, BICCP, Beijing, China, July 12-16, 1999.

    OTHER PRESENTATIONS

    1. J.-L. Lin et. al. Effect of Lattice Temperature and Stress on Quantum Statistical Excitons in Cu2O. 1991 Meeting of American Physical Society, Cincinnati, OH.
    2. J.-L. Lin et. al.  Kinetics of Stress-Split Orthoexcitons in Cu2O--Attempts to Increase the Quantum Degeneracy. 1992 Meeting of American Physical Society, Indianapolis, IN.
    3. J.-L. Lin et. al. Stress-Enhanced Quantum Degeneracy Leading to Condensation of Excitons in Cu2O. 1993 Meeting of American Physical Society, Seattle, WA.
    4. J.-L. Lin et. al. Bose-Einstein Condensation of Excitons in Stressed Cu2O.  First International Workshop on Bose-Einstein Condensation, Trento, Italy, May 1993.
    5. J.-L. Lin. Bose Statistics and Bose-Einstein Condensation of Excitons in Cu2O. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1993.
    6. J.-L. Lin et al. Reflectance Difference Spectroscopy/LEED/STM Study of Si Growth on Vicinal Si(001) Surface. 42nd American Vacuum Society National Symposium, Minneapolis, MN.
    7. J.-L. Lin et al. Optical Anisotropy Induced by Asymmetric Population of 2x1 Terraces on the Clean Vicinal Si(001) Surface -- A Comparative Study using RDS/LEED/STM. Materials Research Society 1995 Fall Meeting, Boston, MA.
    8. J.-L. Lin et al. Photoluminescence Spectra of Self-Organized SiGe Quantum Dot Lattices. 43rd American Vacuum Society National Symposium, Philadelphia, PA.
    9. J.-L. Lin et al. Fabrication of Nanowire Arrays by Selective Adsorption of Metallocene on Striped CaF2/CaF1/Si(111), 1999 Meeting of American Physical Society, Atlanta, GA.
    10. J.-L. Lin et al Fabrication of Metallic Nanowires via Photon-Assisted Selective Chemical Vapor Deposition on Self-Assembled Calcium Fluoride/silicon (111), 2000 Meeting of American Physical Society, Minneapolis, MN.
    11. J.-L. Lin et al. Gd-induced chain structures on Si(111) surfaces, 2002 Meeting of American Physical Society, Indianapolis, IN.
    12. J.-L. Lin et al. Engineering one-dimensional strings of nanoclusters on highly stepped Si (111), 2003 Meeting of American Physical Society, Austin, TX.
    13. J.-L. Lin et al. transport of Spin-Polarized Carriers through Organic Self-Assembled Monolayer Thin Films, 2004 March Meeting of American Physical Society, Montreal, Canada

     

     

     


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