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I have involved in a few research projects at universities in China mainland, Hong Kong, and Japan, but mainly focused on piezoelectrics, from their basic material properties, devices, to applications. I believe these tiny devices are crucial for pursuing our future lifestyles, including energy self supply, wireless communication technology, advanced medical treatments, etc. 

Since April 2020, I become a PhD student at Morita's lab, The Univ. of Tokyo;) 
This will be an interesting adventure, so, rooting for me:)

I am currently interested in biomedical ultrasonics, acoustic focusing techniques, wave guiding theories, metamaterial. Welcome for any international cooperation. 

Shoot me an email if you wanna have some discussions in research, or deep conservations about life wisdom, or just wanna say hi. Waiting for y'all:)

PhD candidate

Apr. 2020-Present
PhD student
The University of Tokyo, Japan

Master degree

Apr. 2018-Mar. 2020
Master study
The University of Tokyo, Japan
Project: DPLUS for biomedical applications

Research assistant

Dec. 2019-Mar. 2020 (during master degree)
AIST, Tsukuba West
Project: Characterization of piezoelectric thin film for medical ultrasound

Research assistant

Sept. 2017-Dec. 2017
PhD withdraw
Dept. of Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Project: Contact Deformation and Cracking in Biomedical Devices

Research assistant

Feb. 2017-May 2017 (during bachelor study)
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Project: Near-field acoustic levitating actuator

Bachelor of Engineering

Sept. 2013-June 2017
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Zhejiang Normal University, China
Project: Inertial piezoelectric actuator with bias unit structure