Meng Su

Meng Su

Postdoctoral Researcher, Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Presentation Title:

Multi-dimensional Patterned Assembly of Nanomaterials via Droplet Manipulation

Time: TBD

Presentation Abstract:

Meng Su (1), Yanlin Song (1,*) (1) 1Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Zhongguancun North First Street No.2, Beijing, CHINA

Based on the innovation of nanomaterials assembly, droplet manipulation and surface patterning, we accomplished the droplet manipulation strategy via Green Printing technology, which is demonstrated for rapidly patterning materials over a broad range of compositions and accurately achieving the correct position at the micro- and nanoscale. The basic units (dot, line, plane and stereo structures) via the droplet manipulation can be precisely controlled, which contribute the remarkable applications on sensitive electronical skin, transparent touch screen, multi-layer circuits and ultra-integrated complex circuits. Nanoparticle-based curves are assembled through pillar-patterned silicon template-induced printing, and integrated as flexible sensors to perform complex recognition of human facial expression.[1] 0D microdots are connected by 1D microwires through regulating the Rayleigh-Taylor instability of materials solution or suspension, which display bright dichromatic photoluminescence.[2] The 3D architectures achieved by two different quantum dots show non-interfering optical properties with feature resolution below 3 μm.[3] The mirofiber-knitted conductive cross-weave patterns are achieved for fabricating multiresolution flexible electronics to monitor whole-body physical kineses.[4] The optimal interconnect leads to a 65.9 percent decrease in the electromagnetic interference.[5]

[1] Su, M.; Li, F.*; Chen, S.; Huang, Z.; Qin, M.; Li, W.; Zhang, X.; Song, Y.* Adv. Mater. 28, 1369 (2016). [2] Li, Y.; Su, M.*; Li, Z.; Huang, Z.; Li, F.; Pan, Q.; Ren, W.; Hu, X.; Song, Y.* Small 14, 1800792 (2018). [3] Su, M.; Huang, Z.; Huang, Y.; Chen, S.; Qian, X.; Li, W.; Li, Y.; Pei, W.; Chen, H.; Li, F.*; Song, Y.* Adv. Mater. 29, 1605223 (2017). [4] Su, M.; Huang, Z.; Li, F.*; Zhang, Z.; Guo, Y.; Cai, Z.; Li, Y.; Li, W.; Qian, X.; Li, Y.; Zhang, X.; Song, Y.* Adv. Mater. Technol. 1800107 (2018). [5] Su, M.; Huang, Z.; Li, Y.; Qian, X.; Li, Z.; Hu, X.; Pan, Q.; Li, F.*; Li, L.; Song, Y.* Adv. Mater. 30, 1703963 (2018).


Meng Su is a post-doctoral researcher in the Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ICCAS) and University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS); Innovative Talents of Chinese Post-Doctoral. Dr. Su was born in 1988. He received his Ph.D. degree from ICCAS in 2017. Then he has conducted research as a postdoctoral follow in ICCAS since 2017. His research interests include nano-materials and green-printing technology, printed multifunctional devices, nanophotonics and bio-manufacturing. He has published more than 20 academic papers in scientific journals with citations exceeding 200, 1 chapters, and has been granted more than 5 patents from China. He also contributed to formulating 1 international standard.

Company Profile:

Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ICCAS) was founded in 1956. ICCAS is a multi-disciplinary research institute dedicated to the basic research in broad fields of chemical sciences, and to the key developments of the innovative high technologies aiming to the imperative national needs and important strategic targets, as well as to the collaborative high-technology applications and transfers. ICCAS is one of China’s leading chemistry research institutions with high international reputation.