Bionic Functional Structures by Femtosecond Laser Micro/nanofabrication Technologies
This thesis combines advanced femtosecond laser micro/nanofabrication technologies and frontier bionic design principles to prepare diverse biomimetic micro/nanostructures to realize their functions. By studying the formation mechanism of the micro/nanostructures, the author identifies various artificial structural colors, three-dimensional micro/nanocage arrays, and fish-scale inspired microcone arrays in different processing environments. Multiple functions such as enhanced antireflection, hydrophobicity, and underwater superoleophobicity are achieved by precisely adjusting laser-machining parameters. This novel design and method have extensive potential applications in the context of new colorizing technologies, microfluidics, microsensors, and biomedicine.
June 2011 South University of Science and Technology, China
M.S., Physics, major field in laser micro/nanofabrication
June 2008 South University of Science and Technology, China
B.S., Optical Information Science and Technology, major field in laser principles & technology
Area of work:
Femtosecond laser interactions with materials.Femtosecond laser micro/nanofabrication.
Bio-inspired function structures and their applications.
First-class scholarship offered by China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, (2014).
Chinese Academy of Sciences Dean Awarding offered by Chinese Academy of Sciences, (2015).
Excellent Doctoral Dissertations offered by Chinese Academy of Sciences, (2016).