Prof. Lin Chen | Terahertz Technology | Best Researcher Award

University of Shanghai for Science and Technology | China

Author Profile:


Early Academic Pursuits:

Lin CHEN's academic journey began with a strong foundation in electrical engineering, earning his Bachelor of Science (B.S.) and Master of Science (M.S.) degrees from Southeast University, Jiangsu, China, in 2002 and 2005, respectively. His passion for optics led him to pursue a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in optics from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China, which he successfully completed in 2008. These formative years provided him with the necessary expertise and knowledge to embark on a successful career in academia and research.

Professional Endeavors:

Lin CHEN's professional endeavors have been marked by a diverse range of experiences in both industry and academia. He served as a Senior Engineer at Avanex Corporation from 2007 to 2008, where he gained valuable insights into practical applications of optical engineering. Additionally, he expanded his horizons through visiting scholar positions at the State Key Laboratory of Millimeter Waves, Southeast University, from 2012 to 2013, and at the Ultrafast THz Optoelectronic Laboratory, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, USA, from 2015 to 2016. These experiences enriched his perspective and provided him with opportunities to collaborate with experts in the field.

Contributions and Research Focus On Terahertz Technology:

Lin CHEN's contributions to the field of optics and electrical engineering are extensive and impactful. He has undertaken numerous national-level projects, demonstrating his leadership and expertise as the first person in charge. His research focus spans a wide range of topics, including major scientific instrument and equipment development, national major instrument projects, and projects funded by the National Natural Foundation of China. His work has been published in prestigious journals such as Light: Science & Applications, Photonics Research, Advanced Optical Materials, and Scientific Reports, among others. Lin CHEN has also made significant advancements in patent applications, with over 40 inventions applied for, 21 authorized, and one US patent. Notably, several of his invention patents have been translated into scientific research achievements, resulting in substantial economic benefits.

Accolades and Recognition:

Lin CHEN's contributions to the field have been recognized through numerous accolades and titles, including designations as a Shanghai "Dawn Scholar," "Chengguang Scholar," "Top-Notch Young Talents," "Rising-Star," and "Pujiang Talent." He has also received the Publons Peer Review Award in 2018 and 2019 and has been acknowledged as one of the Outstanding Reviewers of Chinese Laser Press. These accolades underscore his reputation as a leading expert in his field and highlight the significance of his contributions to research and academia.

Impact and Influence:

Lin CHEN's research and scholarly activities have had a profound impact on the field of optics and electrical engineering, both nationally and internationally. His publications have been widely cited, with over 3500 citations and an impressive H-index of 32, including five highly cited papers. His work has contributed to advancing the frontiers of knowledge in optical engineering, laying the groundwork for future innovations and discoveries.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

Lin CHEN's legacy lies in his unwavering dedication to advancing scientific knowledge and driving innovation in the field of optics and electrical engineering. His pioneering research, coupled with his leadership in national-level projects, positions him as a trailblazer in the field. As he continues to make significant contributions to research and academia, Lin CHEN's impact will undoubtedly endure, shaping the future of optical engineering and inspiring the next generation of researchers and scholars.

Notable Publication:

Terahertz reconfigurable metasensor for specific recognition multiple and mixed chemical substances based on AIT fingerprint enhancement  2023 (2)

Active control of broadband plasmon induced transparency window and amplitude modulation based on embedded-vanadium-dioxide metamaterials  2023 (2)

Simultaneous Detection of Refractive Index and Temperature in Terahertz Band Based on Electromagnetic Induced Transparency Effect 2023 (1)

Terahertz asymmetric metallic hole arrays with polarization-independent quasi-bound states in the continuum for membrane sensing 2023 (2)





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