Dr. Qianqing Jiang
 


FC11C


Assistant Research Fellow


Qianqing received her PhD in Condensed Matter Physics from the Institute of Physics, CAS in 2015, and then worked as a postdoc in the Institute of Chemistry, CAS. Dr. Jiang joined Liu's group as a postdoc researcher in August 2019. To establish a relatively common way to build reliable flexible functional devices is of her main research interest. She finished her postdoc training and became a research assistant professor in our group in the October of 2021.


Publications:

1. Jiang, Q., Tang, C., et al. (2019). Highly sensitive, low voltage operation, and low power consumption resistive strain sensors based on vertically oriented graphene nanosheets. Advanced Materials Technologies.


2. Yang, J.*, Jiang, Q.*, Yu G., (2019). Transfer-free synthesis of multilayer graphene on silicon nitride using reusable gallium catalyst. Diamond Relat. Mater., 91, 112-118.


3. Jiang, Q., Li, W., et al. (2016). Large scale fabrication of nitrogen vacancy-embedded diamond nanostructures for single-photon source applications. Chinese Physics B, 25(11), 594-599.


4. Jiang, Q., Liu, D., et al. (2014). Focused-ion-beam overlay-patterning of three-dimensional diamond structures for advanced single-photon properties. Journal of Applied Physics, 116(4), 660.


5. Jiang, Q., Li, W., Mu, J., Sun, W., & Gu, C. (2014). On the fabrication and mechanism of pinecone surface structures. Microelectronic Engineering, 129(19), 58-64.


6. Liu, G.*, Jiang, Q.*, Gu, C., et al. (2014). Protection of centre spin coherence by dynamic nuclear spin polarization in diamond. Nanoscale, 6(17), 10134-9.





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