Our paper has been accepted for publication in Nature Communications

I’m thrilled to announce that our joint research on decoupled optical force nanoscopy (Dofn) is now published in Nature Communications! Our Dofn technique offers unprecedented resolution and speed in observing nanoscale light-induced forces such as photoacoustic and optical force. A huge thank you to our collaborators and dedicated team for making this possible. Excited for the future applications!

Congrats to our Award-Winning Students!

We are delighted to announce that our graduates, Shensheng Zhao and Henry (Hanwei) Wang, along with ECE alumni Kewei Song and Ji Shi, have been recognized for their remarkable achievements with prestigious awards. It is a testament to their hard work and dedication, and we could not be more proud of their accomplishments.

Our paper has been accepted for publication in Nature Communications

We are thrilled to announce that our latest research paper on multimodality imaging has been accepted for publication in Nature Communications. This groundbreaking study showcases the exceptional work and dedication of our graduate student, Shensheng Zhao, and undergraduate students Jonathan Hartanto and Rutin Joseph. We are incredibly proud of their achievements and contributions to this research.

We have opening positions!

Postdoctoral Fellows:
We currently have one position opening. All applicants should have a Ph.D. and/or MD as well as peer-reviewed publications in internationally recognized journals. Candidates with a strong background in electrical engineering, biomedical engineering, radiology, optics, biology, or nanotechnology are encouraged to apply. 

Graduate Students:
We are actively looking for exceptionally qualified graduate students with a background in Electrical Engineering, Bio-engineering, Biology, Applied Physics, or Material Science to join our lab.

Undergraduate Students:
We welcome UIUC undergraduates who are interested in gaining research experience in the areas of medical imaging, nanotechnology, diagnostic devices. Please note that we generally discourage short-term projects (single semester) since there is a significant amount of training required prior to participating in one of our research programs. Students, who are interested in long-term (one year or more) intensive research projects, are encouraged to contact Prof. Yun-Sheng Chen.