·Ph.D.Optical Instrument, Tsinghua University, CHINA, 1991-1995
·M.S.Optical Information Processing, Beijing Normal University, CHINA, 1988-1991
·B.S.Physics, Beijing Normal University, CHINA,1984-1988
·From 1995 Mar. to 1998, to be appointed an engineer in Department of Precision Instruments and Mechanology, Tsinghua University. And be appointed into an associate professor in 1999.
·From 1999 Oct. to 2003 Dec., to be associate professor in Department of Biological Science and Biotechnology, Tsinghua University.
·From 2004 Jan. to present, to be associate professor in Department of Biomedical Engineering, the school of medicine, Tsinghua University, and was promoted professor in 2012.
Honors and awards:
·In 2005, Second prize for Beijing Science and Technology Award, from Beijing Municipal People's Government.
·In 2006, National Excellent Patent Award, from State Intellectual Property Office.
·In 2007, Second prize for National Technology Invention, fromThe people's Republic of China Central People's Government.
·In 2008, Gold medal for writings in 4th Wudayou scientific book Award, from the Cross-Strait Union Organization of Publish.
Optical microscopy technology has achieved great improvements in the 20th century. The detection limit has reached several nanometers (with near-field optics or STORM). But in the application areas such as life science, medical science, clinical treatment and especially in vivo dynamic measurement, mutual restrictions still exist between numeric aperture/magnification and working distance, and between resolution and frame rate/field size. Furthermore, there is the fluorescent crosstalk and photo-bleaching problem, single molecular amplification detection from PCR is still a dream, biochemical analysis proceeds in the black box and assay consumption much more. All of them are general and difficult problems of science and technology in the word. We are also in a difficult situation that 90% of the advanced scientific instruments and important medical setups are imported from abroad (according to the National Survey on Fundamental Condition and Resources for Science and Technology published in 2002), costing over tens of billions of dollars (such as 59.468 billion dollars, a statistics data of 2009 at November, 2009) of the research budget each year, which seriously hinders the development of domestic fundamental research and public health care.
Biomedical Analysis, Molecular Diagnostics
My research interests focus on biochip detection, optical measurement, micro-nano samples analysis and molecular diagnostics, biosensors, in vivo animal imaging, visualizing technology for living cell shape and function, health guardianship body net development, opt-electronic mixed digital images processing technology, biomedical detection technology and instrument development, cooled CCD detector, special lenses, etc.
biosensor, in-vivo imaging, micro-nano biomedical analysis, molecular diagnostics, visualization of living cell function