Xiaosheng Zhang

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Host Laboratory KIM LAB.
Position in LIMMS EUJO-LIMMS Researcher
Main Research Topic in LIMMS

Advanced-MEMS - Advanced microsystem based on bio-degradable/dissolvable materials

Keywords

 Biodegradable, Dissolvable, Smart drug delivery, Nanogenerator

Contact

LIMMS/CNRS-IIS (UMI 2820)
Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo, 4-6-1 Komaba, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8505, Japan
Phone:+81 (0)3 5452 6036 / Fax:+81 (0)3 5452 6088

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EPFL Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
Institute of Microengineering, EPFL STI IMT LMIS-1, BM 3202 Station 17
CH - 1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
Direct : +41-21-693.65.73 / Sec : +41-21-693.59.01 (S. Eggli)

E-mail zhangxs at iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp
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Resume

Short resume :
Nov. 2014 - now  Visiting Researcher in Kim Lab, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo
Aug. 2014 - now  Postdoctoral Researcher in Microsystems Laboratory, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
2010 - 2014  Ph.D. in Microelectronics and Solid-State Electronics, National Key Laboratory of Nano/Micro Fabrication Technology, Institute of Microelectronics, School of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science, Peking University
2007 - 2010  M.S. in Circuit and System, School of Electronic Engineering, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
2003 - 2007  B.S. in Electronic Information Engineering, School of Electronic Engineering, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

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Research Projects in Limms

1- Advanced microsystem based on bio-degradable/dissolvable materials
 
Context :
In recent years, biodegradable materials have attracted so much attention due to their potential applications in the realizing the fully implantable device and microsystems [1-3]. These biodegradable materials show remarkable bio-compatibility, which can be decomposed and absorbed by biologic body without harm. Due to the unique properties, biodegradable materials have been widely used as biocompatible package, drug & gene delivery, rapid prototyping for biologic regeneration, and so on.
Objectives & Methods :
In this project, we will introduce the micro/nano fabrication technology to the bio-degradable material to realize some functional materials, structures and devices. One of the core targets is employing the micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) fabrication technologies to the bio-degradable materials, then realizing specific structures, such as free-standing membrane, ultra-thin transparent film, and so on. Therefore, our aim is to employ micro and nanotechnology to accurately control and deeply investigate the bio-degradable materials at micro/nano level, and develop novel materials for multiple application fields, such as biomedical field and energy harvesting [4].
Results :
This is the first year of this project, and we have obtained the preliminary results for the fabrication of triboelectric nanogenerator, whose maximum peak-peak voltage achieved up to about 500 V. This high-output energy harvester shows the attractive potential in the integrated flexible electronics and wearable device.
 
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                                                                                                            Fig. 1 Schematic view of key scientific points of this project.
 
References :
[1] V. Stroganov, et al. Advanced Functional Materials, 2014, 24, 4357-4363.
[2] C. Vauthier, et al. Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, 2003, 55, 519-548.
[3] H. Fu, et al. Soft Matter, 2011, 7, 3546-3552.
[4] X.S. Zhang, et al. Nano Energy, 2015, 11, 304-322.

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Main publication List (papers, conferences and patent)

2015

Journals
  1. Xiao-Sheng Zhang, M. D. Han, B. Meng, H. X. Zhang. High Performance Triboelectric Nanogenerators Based on Large-Scale Mass-Production Fabrication Technologies. Nano Energy, 2015, 11, 304-322. (Review Article)
  2. H. Zhang*, Xiao-Sheng Zhang*, X. Cheng*, Y. Liu, M. Han, X. Xue, S. Wang, F. Yang, A.S. Smitha, H. Zhang, Z. Xu. A flexible and implantable piezoelectric generator harvesting energy from the pulsation of ascending aorta: In vitro and in vivo studies. Nano Energy, 2015, 12, 296-304. (*Co-First Author)
  3. Xiao-Sheng Zhang, Z.M. Su, M.D. Han, B. Meng, F.Y. Zhu, H.X. Zhang. Fabrication and characterization of the functional parylene-C film with micro/nano hierarchical structures. Microelectronic Engineering, 2015, 141, 72-80.
Conferences

 

 

2014

Journals
  1. Xiao-Sheng Zhang, M. D. Han, R. X. Wang, B. Meng, F. Y. Zhu, X. M. Sun, W. Hu, W. Wang, Z. H. Li, H. X. Zhang. High-Performance Triboelectric Nanogenerator with Enhanced Energy Density Based on Single-Step Fluorocarbon Plasma Treatment. Nano Energy, 2014, 4, 123-131.
  2. Xiao-Sheng Zhang, B. Meng, F.Y. Zhu, W. Tang, H.X. Zhang. Switchable Wetting & Flexible SiC Thin Film with Nanostructures for Microfluidic Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Sensors. Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, 2014, 208, 166-173.
Conferences
  1. F.Y. Zhu, Q.Q. Wang, Xiao-Sheng Zhang, W. Hu, X. Zhao, H.X. Zhang. Nanotechnology, 2014, accepted.
  2. Z.M. Su, Xiao-Sheng Zhang, H.X. Zhang. NEMS2014, accepted, Apr. 13-16, Hawaii, USA.

 

2013 and prior

Journals
  1. Xiao-Sheng Zhang, M. D. Han, R. X. Wang, F. Y. Zhu, Z. H. Li, W. Wang, H. X. Zhang. Frequency-multiplication high-output triboelectric nanogenerator for sustainably powering biomedical microsystems. Nano Letters, 2013, 13, 1168-1172.
  2. Xiao-Sheng Zhang, F. Y. Zhu, M. D. Han, X. M. Sun, X. H. Peng, H. X. Zhang. Self-cleaning poly(dimethylsiloxane) film with functional micro/nano hierarchical structures. Langmuir, 2013, 29, 10769-10775.
  3. M.D. Han*, Xiao-Sheng Zhang*, B. Meng, W. Liu, W. Tang, X. M. Sun, H. X. Zhang. r-Shaped hybrid nanogenerator with enhanced piezoelectricity. ACS Nano, 2013, 7, 8554-8560. (*Co-First Author)
  4. Xiao-Sheng Zhang, Q. L. Di, F. Y. Zhu, G. Y. Sun, H. X. Zhang. Superhydrophobic micro/nano dual-scale structures. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2013, 13, 1539-1542.
  5. M.D. Han, Xiao-Sheng Zhang, W. Liu, X.M. Sun, X.H. Peng, H.X. Zhang. Science in China Series E, 2013, 56, 1835-1841. (Cover Paper)
  6. M.D. Han, W. Liu, Xiao-Sheng Zhang, B. Meng, H.X. Zhang. Science in China Series E, 2013, 56, 2636-2641.
  7. B. Meng, W. Tang, Z.-H. Too, Xiao-Sheng Zhang, M. Han, W. Liu, H.X. Zhang. Energy & Environmental Science, 2013, 6, 3235-3240.
  8. B. Meng, W. Tang, Xiao-Sheng Zhang, M. Han, W. Liu, H.X. Zhang. Nano Energy, 2013, 2, 1101-1106.
  9. Nicolas J. Peter*, Xiao-Sheng Zhang*, S. G. Chu, F. Y. Zhu, H. Seidel, H. X. Zhang. Tunable wetting behavior of nanostructured poly(dimethylsiloxane) by plasma combination treatments. Applied Physics Letters, 2012, 101, 221601. (*Co-First Author)
  10. Xiao-Sheng Zhang, F. Y. Zhu, G. Y. Sun, H. X. Zhang. Fabrication and characterization of squama-shape micro/nano multi-scale silicon material. Science in China Series E, 2012, 55, 3395-3400.
Conferences
  1. Xiao-Sheng Zhang, B. H. Jin, S. G. Chu, N. J. Peter, F. Y. Zhu, H. X. Zhang. Single-step fabrication of superhydrophobic micro/nano dual-scale PDMS film replicated from ultra-low-surface-energy mold. MEMS2013, pp. 331-334, Jan. 20-24, Taipei, Taiwan.
  2. Xiao-Sheng Zhang, B. Meng, F. Y. Zhu, W. Tang, H. X. Zhang. Switchable wetting & flexible SiC thin film with nanostructures. TRANSDUCERS2013, pp. 230-233, Jun. 16-20, Barcelona, Spain.
  3. Xiao-Sheng Zhang, F. Y. Zhu, H. X. Zhang. Formation and interaction of micro/nano multi-scale structures. NEMS2012, pp. 445-448, Mar. 5-8, Kyoto, Japan.
  4. Xiao-Sheng Zhang, S. G. Chu, N. Peter, H. X. Zhang. Fabrication of tunable wetting PDMS membrane by nanostructuring and plasma treatment. NEMS2013, pp. 159-162, Apr. 7-10, Suzhou, China.
  5. F. Y. Zhu, Xiao-Sheng Zhang, W. Hu, H. X. Zhang. NEMS2013, pp. 1034-1037, Apr. 7-10, Suzhou, China.
  6. F.Y. Zhu, Q.L. Di, X.J. Zeng, Xiao-Sheng Zhang, X. Zhao, H.X. Zhang. NEMS2012, pp. 764-767, Mar. 5-8, Kyoto, Japan.
  7. T.L. Gao, Xiao-Sheng Zhang, G.Y. Sun, H.X. Zhang. NEMS2011, pp. 215-218, Feb. 20-23, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
  8. F. Y. Zhu, Q. Q. Wang, Xiao-Sheng Zhang, W. Hu, X. Zhao, H. X. Zhang. TRANSDUCERS2013, pp.2700-2703, Jun. 16-20, Barcelona, Spain.

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