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Ying Fang
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Physical Chemistry
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No.11,Beiyitiao Zhongguancun Beijing,china

Ying Fang got her B. S. in Chemistry from University of Science and Technology of China in 2002, then went on to Harvard University where she obtained her A. M. in 2004 and Ph. D. in 2007 at the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, under the guidance of Professor Charles M. Lieber. She was then a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard. In 2008, she started a position at the National Center for NanoScience & Technology, China. She is currently a Professor of Nanoelectronics. Her research interests include micro/nano-fabrication, fundamental physics of nanoelectronics, novel nanosensor, and nanopore seqeuencing.




1.Zengguang Cheng, Qiaoyu Zhou, Chenxuan Wang, Qiang Li, Chen Wang*, Ying Fang*, “Toward Intrinsic Graphene Surfaces: A Systematic Study on Thermal Annealing and Wet-Chemical Treatment of SiO2-Supported Graphene Devices.” Nano Letters 2011, 11 (2), 767–771.

2.Tao Zhang; Zengguang Cheng; Yibing Wang; Zhongjun Li; Chenxuan Wang; Yibao Li; Ying Fang*, “Self-Assembled 1-Octadecanethiol Monolayers on Graphene for Mercury Detection.” Nano Letters 2010, 10 (11), 4738–4741.

3.Zengguang Cheng; Qiang Li; Zhongjun Li; Qiaoyu Zhou; Ying Fang*, “Suspended Graphene Sensors with Improved Signal and Reduced Noise.” Nano Letters 2010, 10 (5), 1864–1868.

4.Tzahi Cohen-Karni; Quan Qing; Qiang Li; Ying Fang*; Charles Lieber*, “Graphene and Nanowire Transistors for Cellular Interfaces and Electrical Recording.” Nano Letters 2010, 10 (3), 1098–1102.

5.Zhongjun Li; Zengguang Cheng; Rui Wang; Qiang Li; Ying Fang*, “Spontaneous Formation of Nanostructures in Graphene.” Nano Letters 2009, 9 (10), 3599-3602.

6.Qiang Li; Zhongjun Li; Moran Chen; Ying Fang*, “Real-Time Study of Graphene's Phase Transition in Polymer Matrices.” Nano Letters 2009, 9 (5), 2129-2132.

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