He later joined Purdue University in 2005 as a post-doctoral researcher and has been working on various projects in the field of nanofabrication (semiconductor processing and nanotechnology), nanoelectronics (III-V MOSFETs, nanowire transistors, 2D materials and graphene, solar cells, and transparent and flexible-electronics etc.) and nanophotonics (plasmonics, microring resonators, 3D photonics, Si photonics, and SiN-based on-chip frequency combs etc.).

His current research focuses on developing novel biotechnologies for health care applications such as microneedle-based DNA/gene delivery for reprogramming cells, biosensors for monitoring the patient's body, novel biochips for cancer treatment and wound healing, etc.

Research Interests:

  • Biochips and biosensors
  • Nanotechnology
  • Nano-CMOS
  • Nano-photonics

Keywords: Biochips, Nanofabrication, Nanoelectronics, Nanophotonics, Material Science

Past Affiliations
PhD, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Inorganic Materials, 2001
MS, East China University, Inorganic Chemistry, 1997
BS, East China University, Applied Chemistry, 1994