第四屆華山青年學者國際論壇--Hydrogen doped MoO3in biological sensing applications
報 告 人：
Baoyue Zhang, RMIT University
Low-dimension transition metal oxides have been widely utilized in sensing, catalyst, and energy storage. Molybdenum oxide, as an naturally layered crystal, can act as an excellent host of ion dopants.By precisely controlling the doping level, the plasmon absorption of the doped Molybdenum oxide becomes tunable from Terahertz to visible light range, which enables the great potential in bio-optical device applications. This presentation will report the hydrogen doped molybdenum oxide in bio-sensing application in various platforms.
Baoyue Zhang received the B.Sc. degree in Automation from Xidian University, China, in 2012; M.Sc. in Communication and information system in 2015; Ph.D. in School of Electronic engineering in RMIT University, in Australia from 2016 till now, and expect to finish in Feb 2020(Supervisor: Dr. Jian Zhen Ou, Dr. Ali Zavabeti). During the Ph.D. study, she has published more than 20 papers in ACS Nano, JACS, Nature communication, Advanced functional materials, etc. Now she has a first author paper under review inScience. She has been to MRS international conference to give oral reports for twice. She also actively participate in the industrial translation of research projects. She won the SEED fund support on behalf of the team in RMIT University, was awarded the winning prize of 3th Xidian University Global Alumni Entrepreneurship Competition, attendedthe 4th China Internet Plus Competition and won the National Silver Award. This year she acts as the team leader to attend the 5th Internet Plus Competition joint with Xidian University, and has entered the final preparatory stage. As a core member of the team from 2018, she has established a long-term collaborative partnership with Kunpad communication company and Nobel laureate-Professor Berry Marshall to promote the industrialization of biosensor research projects.