Quan Qing


Novel nanomaterials with unique structures and characteristics for electronics and biological applications, including rational synthesis and assembly of 0-D and 1-D metal/semiconductor materials into complex and ordered structures through combination of top-down and bottom-up process; studies of the basic chemical and physical properties of such materials/structures with the emphasis on pushing to the limit of ultra-sensitive detection of molecular interactions, especially those involved in biological processes. Interfacing nanoelectronics with complex biological networks for in vitro and in vivo applications, including development of ultrasmall and multiplexed probes as new tools for fundamental research of extra- and intracellular processes as well as functional cell circuitries, creating hybrid structures of nanoscale electronics and living cell networks/tissues for bidirectional communication and biomimetic information processing.

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Assistant Professor
Degree Information: 
Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry, Peking University, China, 2006
Area Of Study: 
Science and technology at the nanoscale


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