Address：1068 Xueyuan Ave, Shenzhen UniversityTown, Shenzhen
Research areas：Bio MEMS，Surface materials
Dr. Tianzhun Wu received his bachelor and master degree of engineering in 2002 and 2004 respectively from Tsinghua University, China，and pursued his doctoral degree from 2006 to 2009 in the University of Tokyo, Japan. He worked as the postdoctor fellow in the University of Tokyo and Osaka University, then the assistant professor in Sun Yat-sen University. Since 2013 he became the associate professor and the founding director of the Research Center of Micro/nano Systems and Bionic Medicine with Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (SIAT-CAS), and was promoted as the full professor in 2016. He has research experiences of more than 18 years on multi-disciplinary micro/nano materials, fabrication and devices, and his research interests including BioMEMS, MicroTAS and neural modulation. He has published more than 40 SCI papers on international journals and more than 90 international conference papers. He has more than 40 granted patents of invention and more than 40 patents of invention pending, and more than 20 patents have been transferred for commercialization. He is the founder of a high-tech spin-off company working on medical devices.He was awarded the honor of excellent youth of Guangdong Natural Science Foundation and Shenzhen Peacock Personnel, and served as the IEEE MEMS TPC member（2018-）, youth committee chairman of Branch of Digital Medicine, China International Exchange and Promotion Association for Medical and Healthcare (CPAM) , and youth councilman of the Chinese Society of Micro/Nano Technology. He was the executive director of next-generation high-resolution artificial retina funded by Guangdong province and Shenzhen government.The accumulated amount of his research grants exceeded 1.4 million USD.
1. Executive director and core member of Shenzhen Match for Guangdong Innovation Team “Research on Key Technology and Commercialization of the New-generation, High-resolution Artificial Retina”, (11 million RMB, 2015-2018)
2. Exective PI of Guangdong Key Project on Stem Cell and Tissue Engineering “Automated Equipment for cell standard culture and rapid cyroreservation and revival based on droplet manipulation”, Grant No. 2015B020227002 (5 million RMB, 2016-2018).
3. Exective PI of ShenzhenDisciplinary Layout “Interfacial Material Research with wide-spectrum anti-bioadhesion characteristics” (2 million RMB, 2016-2019).
4. PI for MOST Key R&D project”The quality testing methods, platforms and inspection specification of artificial retinal implant”(1.39 million RMB, 2016-2018)
5. PI for the NSFC General Fund“Mechanisms,common technologies and applications of dropletmanipulation for planar micro total analysis systems”, Grant No. 51475451 (800,000 RMB, 2015-2018)
6. PI for the NSFC Young Scientist Fund“Technological and theoretical study on the high-performance superlyophobic functional platform for droplet manipulation”, Grant No. 51105388 (250,000 RMB, 2012-2014) , Ranked as Excellent
9. PI for Guangdong NSF Excellent Youth Fund “Ultra-high density implanted flexible micro electrode array and its interface study based on surface technologies”, Grant No. 2015A030306021 (1000,000 RMB, 2015-2019).
10. PI for Guangdong International Science & Technology Cooperation Program “Environmental energy harvesting microsystem based on electret and droplet microfluidics”, Grant No. 2015A050502040 (50,000 RMB, 2016-2017)
1. S. Ling, Y. Luo, L. Luan, Z. Wang*, and T, Wu*, “Inkjet Printing of Patterned Ultra-Slippery Surfaces for Planar Droplet Manipulation”，Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 235,pp. 732-738, 2016.
2. G. An, S. Ling, Z. Wang, L. Luan, T. Wu, “Fabrication and Application of Ultra-Slippery Surfaces Based on Liquid Infusion in Micro/Nano Structure”, Progress in Chemistry, 7(12), pp. 1705-1713, 2015. (hot paper)
3. Z. Wang, T. Wu*, “Modeling Pressure Stability and Contact-Angle Hysteresis of Superlyophobic Surfaces Based on Local Contact Line”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119, pp.12916-12922. 2015.
4. X, Du*, T. Li, L. Li, Z. Zhang, T. Wu*, “Water as the colorful ink: transparent, rewritable photonic coatings based on colloidal particles embedded in chitosan hydrogel network”, Journal of Materials Chemistry C 3, pp. 3542-3546, 2015.(hot paper)
5. [L. Su, Q. Zhang], T. Wu*, M. Chen, Y. Su, Y. Zhu, R. Xiang, X. Gui, Z. Tang*, “High-performance Zero-bias Ultraviolet Photodetector Based onp-GaN/n-ZnO Heterojunction”, Applied Physics Letters 105, pp. 072106(1-4), 2014.
6. [L. Yuan, T. Wu*], W. Zhang, S. Ling, R.Xiang, X.Gui, Y. Zhu, Z. Tang*, “Engineering Superlyophobic Surfaces on Curable Materials Based on Facile and Inexpensive Microfabrication”, Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2, pp. 6952-6959, 2014. (Highlighted by “Chinese Science News”, “Guangdong Science and Technology”)
7. T. Wu*, H. Suzuki, Y. Su, Z. Tang, L. Zhang, T. Yomo*, “Bio-inspired three-dimensional self-patterning of functional coatings for PDMS microfluidics”, Soft Matter 9, pp. 3473-3477, 2013.
8. T. Wu, K. Hirata, H. Suzuki, R. Xiang, Z. Tang and T. Yomo*, “Shrunk to femtolitre: tuning high-throughput monodispersewaterin-oil droplet arrays for ultra-small micro-reactors”, Applied Physics Letters 101, pp. 074108 (1-4), 2012.
9. T. Wu*, and Y. Suzuki, “Liquid dielectrophoresis on electret :anovel approach towards CMOS-driven digital microfludics”, Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology 26,2025-2045 , 2012.
10. T. Wu*, and Y. Suzuki, “Engineering superlyophobicsurfaces as the microfluidic platform for droplet manipulation”, Lab on a Chip 11, pp. 3121-3129, 2011.
11. T. Wu*, and Y. Suzuki, “Design and microfabrication of high-performance superlyophobicsurfaces”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 156, pp. 401-409, 2011.
12. T. Wu*, Y. Suzuki and N.Kasagi, “Low-voltage droplet manipulation usingliquid dielectrophoresis on electret”, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering20, pp. 085043(1-9), 2010.(IOP highlights of 2010)