News

  • Aug. 2021 Our work about printed flexible sensors has been accepted to be published on Advanced Materials Technologies.
  • Aug. 2021 Our invited review about flexible sweat sensors has been accepted to be published on Bio-Design and Manufacturing. 
  • May 2021 Our work about femtosecond laser fabrication of SERS sensors has been published on Optics Express and highlighted as an Editor’s Pick [Link].
  • May 2021 The work about flexible skin moisture and temperature sensor was published on Advanced Healthcare Materials [Link].
  • Mar. 2021 Congratulations on Prof. XU, who was selected as an Editorial Board of Opto-Electronic Engineering!
  • Mar. 2021  Our review paper about 2D materials for surface-enhanced Raman scattering sensors has been accepted to be published on Materials Today Physics [Link].
  • Feb. 2021  Our work about multimodal flexible sensor system with alarm functions has been accepted to be published on Advanced Materials [Link]. It was also selected as a cover [Link].
  • Jan. 2021   Our work about Highly stable flexible humidity sensor has been published on Nanoscale Horizons [Link].
  • Dec. 2020 Prof. XU was selected as a Corresponding Expert of “Engineering”, a journal launched by Chinese Academy of Engineering!
  • Nov. 2020   Our work about Flexible Hybrid Sensor Systems with Feedback Functions has been accepted to be published in Advanced Functional Materials [Link]. Research news on Nanowerk [Link]
  • Aug. 2020  Our work about Plant health management by flexible electronics was highlighed on Nanowerk [Link],  Phys.org [Link] and NBIC [Link].
  • July 2020  Our work “Multimodal Plant Healthcare Flexible Sensor System” has been accepted to be published in ACS Nano.
  • July 2020 Our work “Toward Flexible Surface‐Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) Sensors for Point‐of‐Care Diagnostics” published in Advanced Science was recognized as ESI Hot Paper (Top 0.1%) & ESI Highly Cited Paper (Top 1%). It is also among the Top 10% most downloaded papers in this journal. 
  • May 2020  Our work “Multifunctional Skin-Inspired Flexible Sensor Systems for Wearable Electronics” is highlighted as Best of Advanced Materials Technologies 2019 [Link].
  • March 2020 Our work “Kirigami-Structured Stretchable Strain Sensors” has been highlighted as 2019 Journal of Materials Chemistry C Most Popular Articles.
  • Dec. 2019 Our work has been highlighted on Nanowerk Observing flow distribution over curved surfaces“, Science XThermal management towards reliable flexible electronics“, and MEMS Consulting.
  • Nov. 2019 Our paper “Highly Precise Multifunctional Thermal Management-based Flexible Sensing Sheets” has been accepted to be published in ACS Nano. This work mainly contributes to the first example of macroscale flexible flow sensor array.
  • Nov. 2019 Our work published in Advanced Materials Technologies was recognized as both ESI Hot Paper (Top 0.1%) & ESI Highly Cited Paper (Top 1%).
  • Oct. 2019 The collaborated work “Femtosecond Laser Fabricated Elastomeric Superhydrophobic Surface with Stretching-Enhanced Water Repellency” has been published in Nanoscale Research Letters.
  • Sept. 2019 The work published in Advanced Science is selected as the most accessed paper in 08/2019 (Top 10).
  • Sept. 2019 Dr. XU attended the 80th JSAP Autumn Meeting 2019 held at Hokkaido University and provided a talk entiled “Macroscale Printed Flexible Thermal Flow Sensors”.
  • Aug. 2019  The work published in Advanced Materials Technologies is selected as the most accessed paper from 09/2018 to 08/2019 (Ranking 1).
  • July 2019      Our paper “Highly Stable Kirigami-Structured Strain Sensors for Perdurable Human-Interactive Applications” was accepted by Journal of Materials Chemistry C. 
  • June 2019     Dr. XU was awarded the: Institute of Microelectronics Prize for being the student with the best PhD project in the area of Microelectronic Technologies and Devices.
  • May 2019      Our paper “Toward Flexible Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) Sensors for Point-of-Care Diagnostics” was accepted by Advanced Science. Check the news in Chinese [link].
  • Dec. 2018      Dr. XU was invited to provide a talk at Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech).
  • Dec. 2018      Our invited review paper “Multifunctional Skin-Inspired Flexible Sensor Systems for Wearable Electronics” was accepted by Advanced Materials TechnologiesPart of the special series on Advanced Intelligent Systems.
  • Nov. 2018       Dr. XU joined Prof. Takei’s group as a Research Fellow. New life starts in Japan!
  • Oct. 2018        Congratulations on Dr. XU Kaichen, who passed his PhD oral defense and obtained his PhD degree from National University of Singapore (NUS)!