Assistant Professor School of Microelectronics

Prof. Min Wang studied in Tohoku University as a Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship student from 2012 to 2015. She got her doctoral degree under the supervision of Prof. Masayoshi Esashi and Prof. Shuji Tanaka. After graduation, she worked as a research associate and an assistant professor in Tohoku University successively. In early 2017, Prof. Wang joined Southern University of Science and Technology and built Smart Sensor Lab. Her team is mainly focusing on the fundamental research and applications of micro fabrication technology and semiconductor technology. Currently her team is conducting research topics of optical read-out thermal imaging sensor array, AlN-based energy harvesting device and flexible & stretchable electronics.

Personal Profile

Working Experience 

*  2017/01-Present-----Assistant professor, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China

*  2016/04-2016/12-----Assistant professor, Micro System Integration Center, Tohoku University, Japan

*  2015/10-2016/03-----Research associate, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan


Education Background

*  2015-----Ph.D. in Bioengineering and Robotics, Tohoku University, Japan       

*  2012-----M.Sc. in Materials Science, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, PRC

*  2009-----B.Sc. in Powder Materials Science and Engineering, Central South University, PRC


Major Recognition

*  Best Paper Presentation Award, Sensors and Micromachines Sub-Society, The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan, 2015

*  Best Paper Award, Mechanical Engineering Congress, The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2014

*  Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship, 2012


Research Areas

*  Thermal imaging sensor array

*  Energy harvesting device

*  Flexible & stretchable electronics


Thermal imaging sensor array, Energy harvesting device, Flexible &Stretchable electronics

Publications Read More

  • Kun Hu, Bin Zhou, Fei Wang, Zhengbao Yang, Min Wang*. Influence of effective electrode coverage on the energy harvesting performance of piezoelectric cantilevers. Energy Conversion and Management, 2021, 238: 111511.
  • Cong Zhao, Kun Hu, Fangmei Li, Minxing Li, Song Li, Yufei Zhai, Weiwei Deng, Hongyu Yu, Min Wang*. Fluid driven self-assembly of woven Ag nanowire grid for ultra-flexible transparent electrodes. Materials Today Physics, 2021, 20, 100442.
  • Gang Wang, Yufei Zhai, Chenghao Lv, Wenjing Fan, Cong Zhao, Min Wang*. Flexible Transparent Conductive Electrode of Au/PDMS Prepared by Electrochemical-Assisted Peeling. Microelectronic Engineering, 2021,111511.
  • Liangjun Zhou, Wenxi Wang, Dekang Xu*, ZhenyuWang, Zhibin Yi, M Wang*, Zhouguang Lu*. Anti-Thermal Quenching of Eu3+ Luminescence in Negative Thermal Expansion Zr(WO4)2, Ceramic International, 2021, org/10.1016/j.ceramint.2021.09.022
  • G Wang, G Xue, Q Zhai, C Lin, G Huang, M Wang, A Zhong, L Zhu, S Yan, X Li*. Fabrication and testing of a planar diffractive grating for MOT application. Applied Optics, accepted.
  • Cong Zhao, Shixiu Cao, Kun Hu, Song Li, Min Wang*. An in-situ synthesized multiphase phosphor Mg0.6-xAl2Si1.8O7.2: xEu2+ with a broad emission spectrum and thermal anti-quenching property. Ceramics International, 2020,46(8):10284-10291.
  • Anxin Luo, Yulong Zhang, Xiangtian Dai, Yifan Wang, Weihan Xu, Yan Lu, Min Wang, Kangqi Fan, Fei Wang. An inertial rotary energy harvester for vibrations at ultra-low frequency with high energy conversion efficiency. Applied Energy, 2020, vol 279, 115762
  • T Tsukamoto*, M Wang, S Tanaka. Thermal Imaging Device using Infrared-to-Visible Converter Made of Temperature Sensitive Phosphor. Journal of Photopolymer Science and Technology, 2016, 29(3), 409-412.
  • M Wang*, T Tsukamoto, S Tanaka. Human Detection by Optical Readout Thermal Imaging Sensor using Evaporated Eu(TTA)3. IEEJ Transactions on Sensors and Micromachines, 2016, 136(11), 473-477.
  • M Wang*, T Tsukamoto, S Tanaka. High Sensitive TSP for Optical Readout Infrared Thermal Imaging Devices. IEEJ Transactions on Sensors and Micromachines, 2016, 136(10), 443-447.
  • M Wang*, T Tsukamoto, S Tanaka. Infrared Thermal Detector Array using Eu(TTA)3-based Temperature Sensitive Paint for Optical Readable Thermal Imaging Device. Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 2015, 25(3), 035012.
  • M Wang*, T Tsukamoto, S Tanaka. Uncooled Infrared Imaging Detector using Vacuum Deposited Europium Phosphor. Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 2015, 25(8), 085001.
  • T Tsukamoto*, M Wang, S Tanaka. Infrared Sensor Array using Photo-Patternable Temperature Sensitive Paint for Thermal Imaging. Journal of Micromechanics Microengineering. 2015, 25, 104011.

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Postdoc.  recruitment


1.Have a Ph.D degree in fields of microelectronics, mechanical engineering, robot, electric engineering or related.

2.Have related research experiences in field of microelectric-mechanical manufacturing or related, have published related high-level papers.

3.Have excellent ability to solve problems oneself and strong hands-on skills, have sense of teamwork.

4.CET 6, fluent English communication and required writing skills.

PS:Please contact at least one month earlier if interested.


Research and teaching assistance, help conduct graduate students, apply for research funding, papers and patents publications, laboratory management and etc.

【Application files】

1.CV with picture , research publications or certifications, contact information.

2.Other documents which can demonstrate your working experiences.


Annual salary: at least 220,000 RMB (including the subsidies granted by Finance Commission of Shenzhen Municipal: 120,000/year)

Competitive benefits similar to the package offered to the SUSTech teaching and administrative staff.

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