Prof. Liqiang Zhu,Ningbo University,China
Zhu Liqiang is a professor/doctoral advisor at Ningbo University. Received funding from the Zhejiang Provincial Outstanding Youth Fund and was selected as a member of the "Leading High Level and Top Talents in Zhejiang Province's Universities" and the "Youth Innovation Promotion Association of the Chinese Academy of Sciences". In 2007, he graduated from the solid-state physics, Hefei Institute of Material Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, with a doctorate degree in condensed matter physics. From 2007 to 2008, engaged in postdoctoral research at the CEA Saclay Institute for Radiation Materials of the French Atomic Energy Commission. From 2008 to 2010, he received funding from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Academic Progress (JSPS) and worked as a JSPS researcher at the University of Tokyo. From 2010 to 2019, served as an associate researcher/researcher, master's supervisor/doctoral supervisor at the Ningbo Institute of Materials, Chinese Academy of Sciences. I have been engaged in research on interface physics of functional materials and the application of new principle devices for a long time. In recent years, I have mainly carried out work on the application of low voltage oxide thin film transistors (TFTs) and brain like neural morphology devices. I have published over 110 related SCI papers, with a personal H-factor of 30. I was invited to participate in writing three monographs (Wiley and Elsevier) and authorized 10 invention patents; I have made multiple invitations and oral presentations at academic conferences both domestically and internationally.