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Dr. Song Xuefeng, Research Associate Professor, PhD Tutor. Born in Shijiazhuang City, Hebei Province in 1980, he graduated from the School of Physics of Peking University in 2009 with a Ph.D. degree in physics. He is mainly engaged in teaching and research in the fields of nano-carbon materials and devices, MEMS sensors and their applications, and scientific instruments. Dr. Song has worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Helsinki University of Technology in Finland. He has served as the head of the OVLounasmaa laboratory in Finland, the Finnish Academy of Sciences project #259912 (PI), a researcher in the Department of Applied Physics at Aalto University in Finland, and joined the School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Southern University of Science and Technology in 2017, holding the post of Associate Professor at the Innovation Center for Key Scientific Instruments. He hosted the Finnish National Academy of Sciences project "Using graphene nanomechanical resonators to approximate the quantum limit of thermal motion", and involved the MEMS RF front-end mixer pre-research project of Helsinki University of Technology and Nokia, RODIN suspended graphene nanostructure project under the EU FP7 framework, and research on quantum graphene resonators in the Graphene Flagship of the European Union. He has published more than ten papers and many international invention patents.

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Dr. Song Xuefeng, Research Associate Professor, Master Tutor. Born in Shijiazhuang City, Hebei Province in 1980, he graduated from the School of Physics of Peking University in 2009 with a Ph.D. degree in physics. He is mainly engaged in teaching and research in the fields of nano-carbon materials and devices, MEMS sensors and their applications, and scientific instruments. Dr. Song has worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Helsinki University of Technology in Finland. He has served as the head of the OVLounasmaa laboratory in Finland, the Finnish Academy of Sciences project #259912 (PI), a researcher in the Department of Applied Physics at Aalto University in Finland, and joined the School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Southern University of Science and Technology in 2017, holding the post of Associate Professor at the Innovation Center for Key Scientific Instruments. He hosted the Finnish National Academy of Sciences project "Using graphene nanomechanical resonators to approximate the quantum limit of thermal motion", and involved the MEMS RF front-end mixer pre-research project of Helsinki University of Technology and Nokia, RODIN suspended graphene nanostructure project under the EU FP7 framework, and research on quantum graphene resonators in the Graphene Flagship of the European Union. He has published more than 30 papers and obtained more than ten international invention patents.

Research Arears

Scientific instrument, nano materials and quantum device, graphene and MEMS sensor

Professional Experience

2009-2012,Post-doctor in Helsinki University of Technology (TKK), Finland;

2012-2015,PI of Finnish Academy Project #259912 in O. V. Lounasmaa lab;

2016-2017,Senior researcher in the Department of Applied Physics, Aalto University, Finland;

2017 onwards: Associate Professor in the College of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, SUSTech, China.

Education

1999-2003, He studied in the Department of Physics of Peking University and got his Bachelors’ degree;

2003-2009, He studied Condensed Matter Physics in the School of Physics of Peking University and got his PhD degree.

 

Research

Fundamental and applicational research in MEMS sensors, nano- materials and devices; Development of scientific instruments for nanoscale device fabrication and measurement.


Teaching

Lecture: “Hand-on dissection and innovation of industrial product”, a 32-hour course in spring semester for graduate school students.


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1) Xuefeng Song, Mika Oksanen, Jian Li, Pertti J. Hakonen, and Mika A. Sillanpää, Graphene optomechanics realized at microwave frequencies, Physical Review Letters 113, 027404 (2014)

2) Maria Berdova, Sung Un Cho, Juha-Matti Pirkkalainen, Jaakko Sulkko, Xuefeng Song, Pertti J Hakonen and Mika A Sillanpää, Micromanipulation transfer of membrane resonators for circuit optomechanics, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 23, 125024 (2013)

3) Xuefeng Song, Mika Oksanen, Mika A. Sillanpää, H. G. Craighead, J. M. Parpia, and Pertti J. Hakonen, Stamp transferred suspended graphene mechanical resonators for radio-frequency electrical readout, Nano Letters 12, 198–202 (2012)

4) Pirjo Pasanen, Martti Voutilainen, Meri Helle, Xuefeng Song, and Pertti J Hakonen, Graphene for future electronics, Physica Scripta T146, 014025 (2012)

5) Qing Zhao, Jingyun Gao, Rui Zhu, Tuocheng Cai, Sheng Wang, Xuefeng Song, Zhimin Liao, Xihong Chen, and Dapeng Yu, Ultrahigh field emission current density from nitrogen-implanted ZnO nanowires, Nanotechnology 21, 095701 (2010)

6) Xuefeng Song, Jingyun Gao, Qiang Fu, Qing Zhao, Jun Xu and Dapeng Yu, Novel planar field emission of ultra-thin individual carbon nanotubes, Nanotechnology 40, 405208 (2009)

7) Xuefeng Song, Xiaobing Han, Qiang Fu, Jun Xu, Ning Wang and Da-Peng Yu, Electricaltransport measurements of the side-contacts and embedded-end-contacts of platinum leads on the same single-walled carbon nanotube, Nanotechnology 20, 195202 (2009)

8) Xiaobing Han, Liangzhi Kou, Xiaoli Lang, Jianbai Xia, Ning Wang, Rui Qin, Jing Lu, Jun Xu, Zhimin Liao, Xinzheng Zhang, Xudong Shan, Xuefeng Song, Jingyun Gao, Wanlin Guo, and Dapeng Yu, Electronic and Mechanical Coupling in Bent ZnO Nanowires, Advanced Materials 21, 4937 (2009)

9) Xiaobing Han, Guangyin Jing, Xinzheng Zhang, Renmin Ma, Xuefeng Song, Jun Xu, Zhimin Liao, Ning Wang, and Dapeng Yu, Bending-induced conductance increase in individual semiconductor nanowires and nanobelts, Nano Research 2, 553 (2009)

10) Q. Zhao, X. Y. Xu, X. F. Song, D. P. Yu, C. P. Li and L. Guo, Enhanced field emission from ZnO nanorods via thermal annealing in oxygen, Applied Physics Letters 88, 033102 (2006)

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