We are looking for highly motivated PhD and Masters candidates with excellent academic records in Electronics, Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering or general Engineering background for 2021.
Postdoctoral researchers are also welcome. If you are interested, please get in touch with Prof. Zongyin Yang directly, specifying your background and interest.
Prof. Zongyin Yang
> Hundred-Talent Program Professor, Zhejiang University
> National Science Fund for Excellent Young Scholars
> MIT Technology Review "Innovators Under 35 in China"
> Zhejiang Province High-level Talents
> Qizhen Outstanding Young Scholar, Zhejiang University
> Research Associate, Kings College, Cambridge
> Guest Editor of Frontiers in Chemistry (IF=3.79)
> Corresponding Expert of Frontiers of Information Technology& Electronic Engineering
> Extraordinary Prize of Government Award for Students Abroad
> Cambridge International Scholarship
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Zongyin Yang completed his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at Zhejiang University, where he created many inventions and had been awarded first prizes in national mechanical and robotic design competitions. He moved to Cambridge in 2014 after completing his MSc and fellowship in Optical Engineering at Zhejiang University. Zongyin was among the 80 honourees to win a full scholarship for doctoral students at the University of Cambridge. He received his PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cambridge in 2019. He was a postdoctoral researcher at the Engineering Department, University of Cambridge from 2019 to 2020. He was selected as a Research Associate (Non-stipendiary Research Fellowship) at King's College, University of Cambridge in 2019. Zongyin is one of ten individuals to be awarded the Extraordinary Potential Prize of the Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad in 2019. He was the first extraordinary prize winner in the UK's engineering field in the past several years.
Zongyin joined Zhejiang University as Hundred-Talent Program Professor in September 2020. On account of Zongyin's outstanding contributions in the field of optoelectronics, he won Qizhen Outstanding Young Scholar Award and was also selected as 'Innovators Under 35, China' by MIT Technology Review in 2021. He got the National Science Fund for Excellent Young Scholars
Zongyin is dedicated to the miniaturization of full-spectrum light emitting and detecting devices. He has made valuable advancements in the field, including being the first to propose synthesis methods for bandgap graded semiconductors and developing the world’s smallest spectrometer and widest wavelength-tunable nanolaser. Since 2010, he has systematically published 38 papers in the following top journals: Science, Nature Communication, Science Advances, Advanced Materials, and Nano Letters. 23 of these publications have had an impact factor greater than 10. As the first author, Zongyin has published five papers: one research and one review paper for Science, two papers for Nano Letters and one for Journal of the American Chemical Society. Additionally, Zongyin co-published a book with Springer Publishing Company. He has authorized eight patents in China, applied for one patent in the UK, one PCT patent, and a number of patents for technologies under development. Furthermore, Zongyin has been invited to serve as a regular reviewer for major publications in the field of materials and optoelectronics, including Nature Nanotechnology, Nature Communications, and Science Advances, and as a guest editor for Frontiers in Chemistry and Journal of Physics D.
Miss Luxi Zhang
Luxi (Lucy) received his Bachelor's and Master's degree in Material Science from Hangzhou Dianzi University.
Mr Zhi Ma
Zhi received his Bachelor's degree from Dalian Maritime University.
He starts his PhD at Zhejiang University from 2021.
Mr Hao Cui
Hao Cui will start his PhD in College of Information Science and Electronic Engineering at Zhejiang University from 2021.
Miss Yaqi Shi
Yaqi received her Bachelor's degree from Sichuan University (Rank 1/23).
She starts her PhD at Zhejiang University from 2022.
Mr Yinpeng Chen
Yinpeng received his Bachelor's degree from Optical Engineering, Zhejiang University (Rank 1/118, GPA 92.8).
He starts his PhD at Zhejiang University from 2023.
Mr Mian Aizaz Ahmed
Aizaz received his bachelor's degree in Electronics from the University of Sindh Jamshoro, Pakistan with 3.43/4.00 CGPA. He was awarded the 1st position in the FYP exhibition and also got the Best Research-based award for his work on graphene-based humidity sensor.
Mr Gongyuan Zhang
Gongyuan is a first-year Master's student in Micro-Nano Electronic at Zhejiang University. He graduated from the Institute of Electronic Information in Hangzhou Dianzi University with a GPA of 3.95/5.00.
Mr Liangliang Guo
Liangliang received his Bachelor's degree in Communication Engineering from Shenyang University of Technology with (GPA Top 2%). He got the second prize in Liaoning Province Undergraduate Electronic Design Competition.
Miss Shuo Liu
Shuo received her Bachelor's degree in Hainan University.
Shuo is a first-year Master's student in Micro-Nano Electronic at Zhejiang University.
Mr Tao Yang
Tao received his Bachelor's degree in Xiamen University (Rank 2/63)
Tao is a first-year Master's student in Micro-Nano Electronic at Zhejiang.
Mr Yihen Wang
Yijie is the 3rd year undergraduate in Information Science, Zhejiang University
Mr Ruizhe Liu
Ruizhe is the 3rd year undergraduate in Information Science, Zhejiang University
Dr Feng Tang
Dr Tang is a senior researcher from Mianyang Science and Technology City Institute of Photon Technology (a new research institute founded by the Sichuan Provincial Government). Dr Tang visited us in 2022 and his research mainly focuses on metamaterial-based microspectrometers.
Mr Munir Ali
Munir is a PhD student in Prof Xu Yang's group at Zhejiang University.