Yang Yang’s research group at Xiamen University currently has one doctoral student enrollment index for admission in the fall of 2021. Welcome to join us with a physical background (optical; condensed matter physics; basic physics; atom, molecule; chemical physics; etc.), or mechanical engineering background, or chemistry and other related backgrounds. 
If you are interested, please send your resume and other materials you want to present directly to Teacher Yang’s mailbox: yangyang@xmu.edu.cn The
time for sending the email is before 8:00 am on December 14, 2020. 

The specific topics to be carried out after the enrollment of the doctoral program are as follows: 
“Research on the single-molecule manipulation method in solution based on splitting technology and surface plasmon resonance effect” or “Accurate control of electrochemical interface based on SPR effect of nanogap structure”. 

Associate Professor Yang Yang is currently working at the Sabendong Institute of Micro and Nano Research, Xiamen University, and is mainly engaged in research in the interdisciplinary fields of chemistry, physics, new information devices, micro-nano processing, mechanical engineering, microelectronics, energy and chemical engineering. Associate Professor Yang Yang was selected as the “Nanqiang Young Top Talent Support Program” of Xiamen University in April 2020, and was selected as a permanent researcher of the State Key Laboratory of Physical Chemistry of Solid Surfaces in October 2020. In recent years, he has hosted and participated in a number of funds For the project, the current research funding is relatively sufficient, and the relevant experimental equipment is relatively complete. 
The research group of Associate Professor Yang Yang was established in January 2015 with the support and help of Professor Tian Zhongqun (Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chairman of the International Electrochemical Society) and Professor Hong Wenjing (national high-level young talents) of Xiamen University. The current research of the research group mainly focuses on optical tweezers technology, surface plasmons, surface and interface chemical processes, molecular electronic devices, and two-dimensional materials van der Waals heterojunction. The research group now includes 2 post-doctoral students, 2 doctoral students, and 8 master students. Associate Professor Yang Yang is responsible for the specific guidance of team members in daily research work. At the same time, team members can also receive joint guidance from Professor Hong Wenjing, Academician Tian Zhongqun and other teachers. 

Please refer to the following website for the specific registration requirements of the “application and assessment system” for Ph.D. admissions of Sabendong Institute in 2021.
https://sbd.xmu.edu.cn/info/1059/2156.htm For
more information about Associate Professor Yang Yang, please refer to: 
https ://pcss.xmu.edu.cn/info/1017/2937.htm For
more information about Professor Hong Wenjing, please refer to: 
pilab.xmu.edu.cn For 
more information about Academician Tian Zhongqun, please refer to: 
zqtian. xmu.edu.cn 

Associate Professor Yang Yang’s recent representative papers: 
1. Cross-plane transport in a single-molecule two-dimensional van der Waals heterojunction, Sci. Adv., 6, eaba6714 (2020) 
2. Single-molecule plasmonic optical trapping, Matter, 3, 1350 (2020) 
3. Selective fabrication of single-molecule junctions by interface engineering, Small, 16, 2004720 (2020) 
4. Transition from tunneling leakage current to molecular tunneling in single-molecule junctions, Chem, 5, 390 (2019)
5. Single-molecule measurement of adsorption free energy at the solid-liquid interface, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 58, 14534 (2019)

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