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Outstanding young scholar in science and technology innovation
Vice Dean of School of Microelectronics

Dr. Wang Fei joined the Danish University of Science and Technology in 2008 for postdoctoral research, and was promoted to assistant professor in 2010. Joined Southern University of Science and Technology in 2013 and currently serves as the Vice Dean and Professor of School of Microelectronics. Selected as a “special support plan” in Guangdong Province, and a class B talent in the “Peacock Project” in Shenzhen, he was funded by the Guangdong Provincial Natural Science Outstanding Youth Fund. He has served as the TPC member of Transducers 2017-2019, ETPC member of Transducers 2021 and also the TPC member of IEEE MEMS 2022, the top-tier international conference on micro sensing technology. In recent years, his research has focused on micro-nano processing and device manufacturing, especially self-energy sensing technology for environmental monitoring, new energy conversion and storage, and micro-nano probe equipment. He has been the PI for more than 15 projects including MOST, Danish FTP projects (equivalent to 863), the NSFC, and the Ministry of Education. He has published 3 monographs in English and has published more than 200 academic papers, including more than 100 papers in SCI journals (including 3 cover articles and 1 ESI high cited paper). He obtained the IEEE MEMS 2020 Conference Invitation Report, which was the first time that mainland scholars made an invited talk at the IEEE MEMS conference held abroad. He has 2 approved international invention patents, 10 Chinese invention patents. In 2018, he won the "Shenzhen Advanced Education Worker" and "Shenzhen Youth Science and Technology Award".


Educational Background
Ph.D. Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology (SIMIT), China 2008
B.Eng. University of Science and Technology of China 2003


Working Experiences

June 2023-present, Professor, School of Microelectronics, Southern University of Science and Technology

August 2013-May 2023, Associate Professor, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, School of Microelectronics, Southern University of Science and Technology

2014---Present, Deputy Director, Shenzhen Key Laboratory of 3rd Generation Semiconductor Devices
2010-2013, Assistant Professor, Technical University of Denmark
2008-2010, Postdoctoral Fellow, Technical University of Denmark


Research Introduction
Prof. WANG Fei’s group is recently focusing on micro energy harvester, micro-humidity and gas sensor for passive wireless environment monitoring system. 


Awards & Honors
2016 & 2017 SUSTech “Scientific Research Awards for Young Scholars”
2016 & 2017 SUSTech “Excellent School Mentor Awards ”
2016 the 3rd Teaching Contest for Young Teachers in Guangdong University (third prize)
2016 SUSTech First “Excellent Teacher” Awards
2016 The First Prize for SUSTech 1st Young Teacher Teaching Contest (Theory Group)
2016 Guangdong Special Support Program for High-level Talents
2015 The Second Prize for Shenzhen 3rd Teaching and Research Awards
2013 Shenzhen Overseas High-Level Talent Peacock Plan (Type B)
2008 “ZHULI Yuehua” Awards of Chinese Academy of Science for Excellent Ph.D. Students
2007 First Prize for the 9th Chinese Society of Micro-Nano Technology Domestic Annual Meeting


Energy harvester:
[1] “Micro electrostatic energy harvester with both broad bandwidth and high normalized power density,” Applied Energy, Vol. 212, pp. 362–371, 2018. (ESI Top 1% Highly Cited Paper)

[2] “Rotational electromagnetic energy harvester for human motion application at low frequency,” Applied Physics Letters, Vol.116, Issue 5, 053902, 02-04-2020. (selected as the Featured Article)

[3] “Spray coated electret materials with enhanced stability in harsh environment for MEMS energy harvesting device,” Microsystems & Nanoengineering, 7, Article number: 15, 2021.


Gas Sensors:
[1] “Ultrasensitive SO2 sensor for sub-ppm detection using Cu-doped SnO2 nanosheet arrays directly grown on chip,” Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol. 324, 128745, 1 December 2020.

[2] “NiO Nanoparticle-Decorated SnO2 Nanosheets for Ethanol Sensing with Enhanced Moisture Resistance,” Microsystems & Nanoengineering (Nature Publishing Group), Vol. 5, Article number: 21, 2019.

[3] “On-chip growth of SnO2/ZnO core-shell nanosheet arrays for ethanol detection,” IEEE Electron Device Letters, vol. 39, pp. 1065-1068, 2018.


Humidity Sensors:

[1] “Alcohols assisted hydrothermal synthesis of defect-rich MoS2 and their applications in humidity sensing,” Advanced Materials Interfaces, Vol. 6, 1900010, 2019. (featured as cover image)

[2] “Modified graphene oxide/Nafion composite humidity sensor and its linear response to the relative humidity,” Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol. 257, pp. 372–381, March 2018.

[3] “Differential structure with graphene oxide for both humidity and temperature sensing,” IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol. 17, No. 14, pp 4357-4364, July 15, 2017.


Semiconductor Test Probe:
[1] “Three-way flexible cantilever probes for static contact,” Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, Volume 21, Issue 8, 085003 (8pp), 2011. (featured as the Cover Image)

[2] “Accurate micro four-point probe sheet resistance measurements on small samples,” Review of Scientific Instruments, 80, 053902 (10pp), 2009. (featured as Monthly Top 20 Most Downloaded Paper)

[3] “MEMS vertical probe cards with ultra densely arrayed metal probes for wafer-level IC testing,” IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 933-941, 2009.


Full publication list could be found here,