1) Have experience in processing micro-nano devices;
2) Have relevant learning experience in materials, physics, and microelectronics;
3) Be able to read English documents proficiently, and have good English writing and language expression skills;
4) Work Diligent and practical, not refined and self-interested, positive and enterprising, earnestly aspiring to contribute to the motherland and society is a priority;
5) Have a good team spirit and be able to work independently.
Introduction to the research group:
Li Wenshan, PhD, associate professor, currently working in the School of Mechanical and Power Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He graduated from Guangxi University with a bachelor’s degree in physics and computer science. He studied at the Advanced Carbon Materials Research Department of the Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and graduated in 2013 with a master’s degree in materials engineering. Subsequently, he was funded by the German Science Foundation to work in the Institute of Nanotechnology at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany. At the same time, he studied for a PhD in materials science at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, and received the Natural Science in December 2016 PhD degree. Since then, he has been engaged in research work as a senior scientist in high-frequency electronics of nanomaterials at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany. In 2017, he went to the Engineering Department of the University of Cambridge to conduct research on radio frequency electronics in two-dimensional materials, and successfully entered the Trinity College of the University of Cambridge as an associate researcher. Dr. Li’s research content covers the fields of nanomaterial preparation, nanomaterial film assembly, semiconductor electronic devices, and high-frequency electronic devices. Has published many research papers including ACS Nano, Nanoscale, Nanotechnology and other research papers.
This research group focuses on the research and development of high-performance electronic devices and sensors with low-micro and nano-materials. The main areas of development include low-dimensional nanomaterial film preparation and device assembly testing, flexible wearable electronic devices and sensors, nanomaterial high-frequency electronic device research and development, and research on the electronic transport characteristics of new nanomaterials. The research group relies on the key laboratory of micro-nano engineering of Shanghai Jiaotong University (in preparation) and the school-level platform software and hardware conditions of advanced electronic materials and devices, and cooperates with many domestic research institutes and internationally renowned universities such as the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, Multiple research teams from Humboldt University in Germany, Cambridge University in the UK, University College London in the UK, etc. have developed close cooperation. The research group is committed to promoting the research and development of excellent nano-materials and high-performance electronics and its application in intelligent sensing, to create new high-performance and low-power electronics and sensor applications in the post-Moore’s law and beyond Moore’s law era.
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