Feng Lab
Aerosol Intelligence Laboratory
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to understand and control the future
Jicheng Feng
Group Leader, Principle Investigator, Assistant Professor
Shanghai Municipality: Program for High-Level Overseas Talents Introduction 
Dr. Jicheng Feng obtained his PhD with Prof. A. Schmidt-Ott from Delft University of Technology in 2016 on “Scalable spark ablation synthesis of nanoparticles: fundamental considerations and applications”. He then worked as a postdoctoral researcher in the group of Prof. M. Koper at Leiden University for about 2 years. In 2018, he joined the group of Prof. M. Choi at Seoul National University, where he was employed as research assistant professor. Since September 2020, he has worked as a tenure-track Assistant Professor (PI) at ShanghaiTech University, where he leads the Aerosol Intelligence Laboratory (AIL). 
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Shirong Liu
Master student
Faraday 3D printing
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The semiconductor industry is facing a new era in which device downscaling and cost reduction are becoming technologically impossible tasks. Nanotechnology scientists and semiconductor companies are now looking for solutions to bridge the related gaps and improve cost performance. Our group focuses on the development of a new aerosol-based 3D nano-printing technique that enables the controlling of the geometries of electric field lines at nano-scale, and the resulting nano-path guides the charged nanoparticles to a precise location in each dimension. Our main aim is to realize its automation and then to make a smart integration into nanomanufacturing lines, which will benefit to the fields of photonics and microelectronics.
Binyan Liu
Master student
Metamaterials
Our main focus lies on the metamaterials. Micro/nano optics pushes the development of nanostructured materials that respond to light of short wavelengths. Such development has reached the limit with respect to the material types and their manufacturing. To overcome these problems, our group relies a new nanomanufacturing technology, which can be adapted to show the ability of materialization and structuring. With that, we are busy to understand the light-matter response, exploring the resulting new phenomena. This study can lead to an opportunity of breaking through the diffraction limit. 
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Our main focus is on atomic clusters. For nanoparticles below a critical size (∼100 nm), their properties are not sensitive to the addition or removal of a single atom. As for atomic clusters, their properties change abruptly and nonpredictively, a stage in which even the addition of a single atom or electron may cause a drastic change. In this regime, the electron wavelength becomes comparable to the cluster size. The fact that properties of matter at this length scale are fundamentally different from their bulk behavior can be effectively used to produce materials with tailored properties. Such cluster-assembled materials, with their unique properties, can expand the scope of materials science.
Yaochen Han
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Master student
Atomic clusters
Hi, here is Jingui Ai. I mainly focus on the design and creating of high-entropy alloy nanoparticles that were unprecedented before. The appearance of high entropy alloys (HEAs) represents a paradigm shift in materials science. In distinct from the conventional ways, my project will implement aerosol systems to dig out new physics underlying such new materials. Despite the challenging tasks, the interdisciplinary research marks a frontier direction in 3D nanoprinting, nanophotonics and nanoelectronics. 
Jingui Ai
Master student
High entropy alloys
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We focus on the multicomponent alloy nanoparticles. As building blocks for nanoscale additive manufacturing, 3D nanostructure arrays of various alloys can be assembled from multicomponent alloy nanoparticles. This work provides the basis for discovering novel materials, structures, theories, and applications and for exploring new frontiers in high entropy alloys, catalysts, and additive manufacturing.
Yueqi Zhang
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Master student

Graduated from Zhejiang SciTech University and major in Textile Engineering during bachelor’s degree. Now I’m working on generation and movement of nanoparticles collected from sparking discharge during Faraday 3D printing. I hope to conduct interdisciplinary research based on this uncharted aerosol-based 3D nano-printing technique
Yuxiang Yin
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Master student

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