Yang gives an invited webinar of the “Photothermal Microscopy and Spectroscopy Webinar” series

Yang delivered an invited talk at the esteemed Photothermal Microscopy and Spectroscopy Webinar series. to Subhasis Adhikari, Andrea Kramer, Frank Cichos, and Michel Orrit for extending this invitation and for their exceptional work in organizing this insightful seminar series.

Check out the “Photothermal Microscopy and Spectroscopy Webinar” organized by the University of Leipzig, Germany, and the University of Leiden, the Netherlands. There are many interesting talks!

Our paper is now published in Nature Communications!

I am thrilled to announce the publication of our latest paper, ‘Visualizing ultrafast photothermal dynamics with decoupled optical force nanoscopy‘, in Nature Communications! A big shout-out and congratulations to all the authors, and heartfelt thanks to Prof. Catherine Murphy’s and Prof. Yun-Sheng Chen’s teams for their amazing collaboration in making this happen.

See the press release here: https://bit.ly/3GC8OGW

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Our paper is highlighted by March issue of Advanced Materials & Processes magazine: https://static.asminternational.org/amp/202403/12/

Our research is accepted for publication in Nature Communications!

I am thrilled to announce that our recent paper, “Visualizing Ultrafast Photothermal Dynamics with Decoupled Optical Force Nanoscopy”, is now accepted for publication in Nature Communications! This work is in collaboration with Prof. Yun-Sheng Chen at ECE and Prof. Catherine Murphy at Chemistry. Congratulations to Henry (Hanwei) Wang and the coauthors!

Congratulations to Hanwei, Xiaodong, and Josh, for winning the Best Project Award at IEEE Wireless Power Transfer Conference!

I am thrilled to announce that my students, Henry (Hanwei) Wang, Xiaodong Ye, and Josh Yu, have been awarded the prestigious Best Project Award at the IEEE Wireless Power Transfer Conference and Expo! This is an outstanding achievement and a testament to their exceptional talent, creativity, dedication, and teamwork. I am beyond excited and immensely proud of this extraordinary team! Congratulations on this well-deserved recognition!

Our collaborated work is now published in Nature Communications!

We are proud to be part of the groundbreaking research, “Hybrid photoacoustic and fast super-resolution ultrasound imaging”, recently published in Nature Communications! Congratulations to the first author, Shensheng Zhao, and the rest of the team for their outstanding work and contributions. For more details on this exciting development, please visit the following link: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-023-37680-w.

https://mntl.illinois.edu/news/researchers-develop-new-lower-cost-dual-modality-imaging-technique-to-facilitate-earlier-disease-detection

 

Hanwei receives the prestigious Hong, McCully and Allen Fellowship!

Congratulations to my graduate student, Hanwei Wang, for being awarded the prestigious Hong, McCully and Allen Fellowship! This is a well-deserved recognition of Hanwei’s hard work and dedication to research. We are proud to have Hanwei as part of our team and look forward to seeing the impact of his work. Congratulations again, Hanwei!