报告题目：Polymer-Based Graphene Biosensors for Biomedical Analysis
报告摘要：This talk presents the combination of “bottom-up” layer-by-layer nano self-assembly and “top-down” micromanufacturing techniques to fabricate graphene MEMS and electronics for biomedical applications. With nano self-assembly and surface micromachining, highly flexible graphene-based beam platform for micro sensing and actuation was fabricated and investigated successfully with a potential for biomedical applications. For flexible electronics devices, self-assembled graphene-based field-effect transistors with embedded self-assembled films as dielectric and active layers were fabricated and characterized successfully. These self-assembled field-effect transistors were primarily investigated for high-performance bio-sensing applications to diagnostics of cancer, Alzheimer disease, gout disease, and diabetics.
报告人简介：Tianhong Cui is currently the Distinguished McKnight University Professor at the University of Minnesota. He is a Professor in Mechanical Engineering and an Affiliate Senior Member in Department of Electrical Engineering and Department of Biomedical Engineering. He is an Adjunct Professor at Mayo Clinic, a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Royal Academy of Engineering in UK, and a Laureate of Blaise Pascal Chair in France. He is a Fellow of American Society of Mechanical Engineering (ASME).
His research area is MEMS. He has more than 310 archived publications in scientific journals and prestigious conferences. He received awards including the STA & NEDO Fellowships in Japan, the Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship in Germany, the Research Foundation Award from Louisiana Tech University, the Richard & Barbara Endowed Chair and the Distinguished McKnight University Professorship from the University of Minnesota, the Distinguished Visiting Professorships from University of Paris East and Tsinghua University, the Blaise Pascal Chair for Excellence from ENS Foundation in France, the Distinguished Visiting Fellowship from the Royal Academy of Engineering in UK, the Outstanding Editor Award from Nature Publishing Group, and numerous best paper awards. He is the founding Executive Editor-in-Chief for two Nature journals, Light: Science & Applications and Microsystems & Nanoengineering. He is also serving as the founding Editor-in-Chief for the first AAAS/Science Partner Journal titled Research.