Su Liu, Ph.D.
Since my first research project on organic nanowires, my close to ten years' research career has been involving nanoscience. Engineering of nanostructures, multimodal characterization of nanomaterials, study of their distinct properties from the bulk, and application of single to an ensemble of nanoparticles have been my research interests. In particular, I have investigated intensively the laser excitation of nanoparticles and organic molecules and their emission dynamics, in the motivation to engineer nanostructures for suitable optoelectronic properties. Metal nanostructures fabricated using wet chemical processing and lithographic methods are my recent research focus, which is driven by their potential usage in localization of light and plasmonic sensing. A variety of techniques are utilized in my research, which mainly are single molecule and ensemble fluorescence spectroscopy, time-resolved spectroscopy, AFM, SEM, ion-beam lithography and thin film deposition.
August 1983, born in Funan, China
Sep. 2001-July 2005, B.S in Applied Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China
July 2005-May 2006, Teching at Yingda foreign Language School, Hefei, China
August 2006-August 2012, Ph.D in Physics, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, US
December 2012-June 2014, Postdoc at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, US
Sep. 2014-Current, Postdoc at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden
phone: +46 31 772 51 79
Department of Physics
Chalmers University of Technology
SE-412 96 Göteborg