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.
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.