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Research direction: Photoacoustic imaging technology
Mr. Zhang received his B.Sc. degree in Biomedical Engineering from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. After worked as an engineer on PET/CT devices and multi-modality medical imaging in Arrays Medical Imaging Corporation for 1 year, he went back to school and obtained his M.Sc. degree in Biomedical Engineering in City University of Hong Kong. His research interest mainly focuses on the development of photoacoustic catheters and ultrasound imaging system.
Research direction: Nanostructured functional materials
Dr. Zhou received his Ph.D degree from National University of Singapore in 2014, and then worked in Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Hong Kong Baptist University as a researcher. He is specialized in building complex nanostructures by multi-step nanofabrication techniques, and has much interest in connecting the nano world with macro world. His current work is focused on fabricating supercapacitors with ultrahigh energy density through synthesizing 3D hybrid nanoporous networks.
Research direction: Non-destructive evaluation using energy-related technology
Mr. Fan YANG received the the M.Sc. degree in Department of Electrical Engineering from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2020. His master's research direction is the estimation on state of charge (SOC) of lithium-ion batteries based on the extended Kalman algorithm. His recent research interest is mainly the development of energy-related device technology for non-destructive evaluation applications.
Research direction: Thermoelectric materials
Dr. Dongliang SHI received the Ph.D. degree in Department of Electrical Engineering from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2019. During his graduate studies, he worked on processing and characterizations of thermoelectric materials. He has also been working in the field of smart multifunctional materials, such as piezoelectric and magnetoelectric materials, and their applications. His recent research interests include thermoelectric materials, ultrasonic transducer technology, and their sensing and energy harvesting applications.