IEEE Senior member
Received Bachelor degree from South China University of technology;
Obtained Ph.D. degree from the University of science and technology of China;
Department of physics, Nanjing University, postdoctoral;
2008, associate professor, Department of physics, Nanjing University;
2014-present, Professor, College of Electronic Science and engineering, Nanjing University;
From 2011 to 2012 and May-August 2017, visiting scholar, Stanford University;
Pan group is committed to the research of polymer electronic materials and devices, electronic skin devices, and intelligent perception. Research areas in the Pan Group include synthesis of conducting polymer materials, device design and fabrication of organic electronic and nanoelectronics, and applications development for smart electronics. Our approach is multidisciplinary, involving concepts and expertise from chemicals, biomedical engineering, materials science and engineering, physics, and electrical engineering. The devices of current interest are flexible sensors including pressure sensors, temperature sensors, triboelectricity devices, and strain sensors; organic transistors, neuron transistors, synapse transistors, and their integration with sensor arrays for construction of artificial intelligence devices, such as artificial reflex arc. We focus on both the basic science and application studies of these devices. They are also of practical interest for nano-scale electronics, smart systems, low cost and large area flexible plastic circuits, wearable devices, and disposable sensors.
More than 160 articles were published in peer reviewed journals including Nature Sustainability, Nature Communications, PNAS, Adv. Mater., Nano lett., ACS Nano, Adv. Funct. Mater., Energy & Environment. Sci.,, Acc. Chem. Res., and IEEE Electron Dev. Lett. Pan's articles were cited more than 13000 times, with H-factor 50, and 14 ESI high cited papers.
In 2018, Pan was funded by the National Science Fund for distinguished young scholars, which is like that of the NSF career award of US.
In 2010, Pan was selected as the excellent talents of the Ministry of education in the new century.
1) Flexible pressure / temperature sensor, electronic skin, tactile sensor and system;
) organic transistors, neuron transistors, synapse transistors, and their integration with sensor arrays;
) Conductive polymer materials, wearable electronic materials and devices;
) Biomedical electronic devices;
) Artificial intelligence devices.
Flexible Electronics (EE undergraduate students of 3rd grade)