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.
2009 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
2014 reviewer for AIP, Elsevier, IOP and ASP publishers.
2015-2017 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)
2015-2016 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 -:
2016-2017 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 -:
2015/2016 National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, Academic Year Talent Merit Pay Award
(Last 5 Years Journal Papers) (*corresponding Author)
 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).
 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).
 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).
 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).
 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).
 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).
 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).
 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).
 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).
 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).
 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).
 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).
 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).
 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).
 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).
 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).
 I. Stachiv*, “Single nanoparticle and macromolecule detection in fluid utilizing vibrating mi-cro-/ nanoresonators including carbon nanotubes” Sens. Lett. 11, 613 (2013).
 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).
 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).
 I. Stachiv, A. I. Fedorchenko and Y.-L. Chen*, “Mass detection by means of vibrating nanomechanical resonators” Appl. Phys. Lett. 100, 093110 (2012).
 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