George Yuhui Chen 特聘教授 

 

George Yuhui Chen博士2009年本硕毕业于英国帝国理工学院,2014年在英国南安普顿大学光电子研究中心获得博士学位。20132015年期间在英国SPI Lasers有限公司与英国南安普顿大学的联合激光研究实验室从事博士后研究工作。2015年受邀加入南澳大学光电子激光研究中心组建激光物理与光学器件实验室,George Yuhui Chen于2021年荣获国家第十六批“国家重大人才工程项目”青年项目,加入深圳大学担任特聘教授。George Yuhui Chen具有丰富的教学经验,2017年获得山东省政府“外专项目团队专家”在山东科学院/齐鲁工业大学定期进行英语授课。George Yuhui Chen一直专注于功能材料和特种光纤的新型传感器技术和应用方向的交叉学科研究,已经发表了50篇学术论文和6个国际会议受邀学术报告。作为第一作者和通讯作者在相关领域的顶级期刊上如Materials Horizons, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, ACS Sensors, Sensors and Actuators: B. Chemical 发表多篇具有影响力的学术论文。近5年来主持和参与多项科研项目其科研经费达6.6百万澳元,并带领团队首次发明了具有应用前景的光纤湿度传感器和基于衍射效应的新型光学距离测量仪。在国际光电子学术领域中,享有一定的国际声誉,自2018年以来担任光传感器和光纤传感器国际会议(OFS)技术委员会成员,主办了该领域最大的两次学术会议。目前担任国际光学期刊 Scientific Reports的编辑,IEEE高级会员。

 

教育经历

2009.10 – 2014.5:博士(PhD),[英国] University of Southampton, Optoelectronics Research Centre(世界最著名的光电子技术研究中心之一),光电子专业 。

2005.10 – 2009.8:学士、硕士(BEng & MEng),[英国] Imperial College London (QS Ranking #7),电子与信息工程专业。

 

工作经历

2021.7-至今 特聘教授Professor, 深圳大学。

主要研究方向:智能环境传感技术

(1)分布式振动传感技术:智能挖矿/铁路监控;

(2)分布式化学传感技术:智能农业;

(3)点化学传感技术:智能食品/水安全;

(4)点湿度/力量传感技术:智能皮肤。

2019.1-2021.2 高级研究员(Senior Research Fellow), [澳大利亚] University of South Australia,光电子激光研究中心负责人之一。

主要研究方向:

(1)飞秒直写

(2)点湿度传感技术

(3) 分布式湿度传感技术

(4) 点化学传感技术

(5) 光纤缺陷检测技术

(6) 新增衍射效果

他领导了一个团队并报告了世界上最快的湿度传感器(当时),以及一种涉及衍射的新光学现象。

2015.4-2018.12研究员Research Fellow, [澳大利亚] University of South Australia,从事飞秒激光波导直写及材料加工方向的研究。

2013.2-2015.4博士后(Postdoctoral Research Fellow), [英国] University of Southampton, 光电研究中心与SPI Lasers公司联合实验室先进激光研究中心,从事光纤缺陷自动检测系统,及折射率传感器的研究。

 

 

人才计划

  1. 国家第十六批“国家重大人才工程项目”青年项目,深圳大学,2019
  2. 山东省“外专项目团队专家”,山东科学院/齐鲁工业大学,2017

 

担任国际学术组织职位

专业会员

  1. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 高级会员.
  2. Optical Society (OSA) 会员.

国际会议组委会成员

  1. Technical program committee member of the Optoelectronics Global Conference (OGC), 2021-至今.
  2. Technical program committee member of the International Conference on Information Optics and Photonics (CIOP), 2021-至今.
  3. Technical program committee member of the Optoelectronics and Communications Conference (OECC), 2021-至今.
  4. Technical program committee member of the International Conference on Optical Fibre Sensors (OFS, 光纤传感领域最大的会议之一), 2018- 至今.
  5. Technical program committee member of Optical Sensors (OSA), 2018.
  6. Technical program committee member of World Congress of the International Measurement Confederation (IMEKO), 2018.

国际期刊编辑

  1. Review Editor of Frontiers in Analytical Science, 2021-present.
  2. Editorial board member of Scientific Reports (Nature), 2019-present.
  3. Guest Editorial board member of “Optical Fiber Sensors: Development and Applications”, Sensors (MDPI), 2018.

 

学术期刊文章

以第一作者或通讯作者身份发表的期刊文章

(33 as first/corresponding author, 7 invited papers, h-index: 18, 1400+ Google citations)

  1. J. Liu, Y. Xing, X. Zhou*, G. Y. Chen*, and H. Shi, “Light-sheet skew rays enhanced U-shaped fiber-optic fluorescent immunosensor for microcystin-LR”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics (IF 10.257), vol. 176, pp. 112902, 2021.
  2. G. Y. Chen*, S. Fox, D. G. Lancaster, and S. Soren, “Temperature-compensated interferometric torque sensor with bi-directional coiling”, Journal of Lightwave Technology (IF 4.288), vol. 39, no. 12, pp. 4166–4173, 2021.
  3. G. Y. Chen*, J. Wang, and D. G. Lancaster, “Fiber-optic skew ray sensors”, Sensors (IF 3.275), vol. 20, no. 9, pp. 2499–23, 2020.
  4. J. Wang, G. Y. Chen*, X. Wu, H. Xu, T. M. Monro, T. Liu, and D. G. Lancaster, “Light-sheet skew-ray-enhanced localized surface plasmon resonance based chemical sensor”, ACS Sensors (IF 7.333), vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 127–132, 2019.
  5. G. Y. Chen*, X. Wu, C. A. Codemard, L. Yu, X. Liu, H. Xu*, T. M. Monro, and D. G. Lancaster, “Optical hygrometer using light-sheet skew-ray probed multimode fiber with polyelectrolyte coating”, Sensors and Actuators: B. Chemical (IF 7.100), vol. 296, id. 126685, 2019.
  6. G. Y. Chen*, A. François, X. Wu, W. Q. Zhang, C. A. Codemard, H. Xu, T. M. Monro, and D. G. Lancaster, “Light-sheet skew-ray enhanced pump-absorption for sensing”, Journal of Lightwave Technology (IF 4.288), vol. 37, no. 9, pp. 2140–2146, 2019.
  7. G. Y. Chen*, X. Wu, E. P. Schartner, S. Shahnia, N. Bourbeau Hébert, L. Yu, X. Liu, S. Afshar V., T. P. Newson, H. Ebendorff-Heidepriem, H. Xu*, D. G. Lancaster, and T. M. Monro, “Short-range non-bending fully distributed water-humidity sensors”, Journal of Lightwave Technology (IF 4.288), vol. 37, no. 9, pp. 2014–2022, 2019.
  8. G. Y. Chen*, T. Lee, Y. Q. Kang, T. M. Monro, and D. G. Lancaster, “Double edge-diffraction mediated virtual shadow for distance metrology”, New Journal of Physics (IF 3.539), vol. 20, no. 10, id. 103029, 2018.
  9. G. Y. Chen*, F. Piantedosi, D. Otten, Y. Q. Kang, W. Q. Zhang, X. Zhou, T. M. Monro, and D. G. Lancaster, “Femtosecond-laser-written microstructured waveguides in BK7 glass”, Scientific Reports (IF 3.998), vol. 8, id. 10377, 2018.
  10. G. Y. Chen*, S. Shahnia, T. M. Monro, and D. G. Lancaster, “Force sensors using skew-ray-probed plastic optical fibers”, IEEE Photonics Journal (IF 2.833), vol. 10, no. 3, id. 6802208, 2018.
  11. G. Y. Chen*, D. G. Lancaster, and T. M. Monro, “Optical microfiber technology for current, temperature, acceleration, acoustic, humidity and ultraviolet light sensing”, Sensors (IF 3.275), vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 72–97, 2018. (invited paper)
  12. G. Y. Chen*, X. Wu, Y. Q. Kang, L. Yu, T. M. Monro, D. G. Lancaster, X. Liu*, and H. Xu*, “Ultra-fast hygrometer based on U-shaped optical microfiber with nanoporous polyelectrolyte coating”, Scientific Reports (IF 3.998), vol. 7, pp. 7943, 2017.
  13. G. Y. Chen*, D. Otten, Y. Q. Kang, T. M. Monro, and D. G. Lancaster, “Measuring the radial position of internal defects within optical fibers using skew rays”, Journal of Sensors (IF 1.595), vol. 2017, id. 4879528, 2017. (invited paper)
  14. X. Wu, J. Xu, G. Y. Chen*, R. Fan, X. Liu, and H. Xu*, “Harvesting, sensing and regulating light based on photo-thermal effect of Cu@CuO mesh”, Green Energy & Environment (IF 6.395), vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 387–392, 2017.
  15. G. Y. Chen*, X. Wu, X. Liu, D. G. Lancaster, T. M. Monro, and H. Xu*, “Photodetector based on Vernier-enhanced Fabry-Perot interferometers with a photo-thermal coating”, Scientific Reports (IF 3.998), vol. 7, pp. 41895, 2017.
  16. L. Yu, H. Xu, T. M. Monro, D. G. Lancaster, Y. Xie, H. Zeng, G. Y. Chen*, and X. Liu*, “Ultrafast colorimetric humidity-sensitive polyelectrolyte coating for touchless control”, Materials Horizons (IF 12.319), vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 72–82, 2017. (featured by MRS Bulletin, recommended by RSC, inside cover of Materials Horizons)
  17. G. Y. Chen*, C. A. Codemard, M. N. Zervas, T. M. Monro, and D. G. Lancaster, “Enhanced pump absorption of active fiber components with skew rays”, Journal of Lightwave Technology (IF 4.288), vol. 34, no. 24, pp. 5652–5650, 2016.
  18. G. Y. Chen*, T. M. Monro, and D. G. Lancaster, “Detection of microscopic defects in optical fiber coatings using angle-resolved skew rays”, Optics Letters (IF 3.714), vol. 41, no. 17, pp. 4036-4039, 2016.
  19. G. Y. Chen*, C. A. Codemard, P. M. Gorman, J. S. Chan, and M. N. Zervas, “Angle-resolved characterization and ray-optics modeling of fiber-optic sensors”, Journal of Lightwave Technology (IF 4.288), vol. 33, no. 24, pp. 5210–5217, 2015.
  20. G. Y. Chen* and Z. Wang, “Towards extremely sensitive ultraviolet-light sensors employing photochromic optical microfiber”, Journal of Sensors (IF 1.595), vol. 2015, id. 586318, 2015. (invited paper)
  21. G. Y. Chen*, C. A. Codemard, R. J. Lewis, L. Jankowski, J. S. Chan, P. M. Gorman, and M. N. Zervas, “Enhanced responsivity with skew mode excitation of reflection- and transmission-type refractometric sensors”, Optics Letters (IF 3.714), vol. 39, no. 13, pp. 3822-3825, 2014.
  22. G. Y. Chen* and T. P. Newson, “Detection bandwidth of fiber-optic current sensors based on the Faraday Effect”, Electronics Letters (IF 1.316), vol. 50, no. 8, pp. 626–627, 2014.
  23. G. Y. Chen, M. Ding, T. P. Newson, and G. Brambilla*, “A review of microfiber and nanofiber based optical sensors”, Open Optics Journal, vol. 7, pp. 32–57, 2013. (invited paper)
  24. G. Y. Chen*, T. P. Newson, and G. Brambilla, “Optical microfibers for fast current sensing”, Optical Fiber Technology (IF 2.212), vol. 19, no. 6B, pp. 802–807, 2013. (invited paper)
  25. G. Y. Chen*, T. P. Newson, and G. Brambilla, “Birefringence treatment of non-ideal optical microfibre coils for continuous Faraday rotation”, Electronics Letters (IF 1.316), vol. 49, no. 11, pp. 714–715, 2013. (featured by Electronics Letters)
  26. G. Y. Chen*, G. Brambilla, and T. P. Newson, “Inspection of electrical wires for insulation faults and current surges using sliding temperature sensor based on optical microfibre coil resonator”, Electronics Letters (IF 1.316), vol. 49, no. 1, pp. 46–47, 2013.
  27. G. Y. Chen*, G. Brambilla, and T. P. Newson, “Efficient Faraday rotation in birefringent optical microfibre loop resonators for current sensing”, Electronics Letters (IF 1.316), vol. 48, no. 24, pp. 1547–1548, 2012. (highlighted by Electronics Letters)
  28. G. Y. Chen*, G. Brambilla, and T. P. Newson, “Compact acoustic sensor based on air-backed mandrel coiled with optical microfiber”, Optics Letters (IF 3.714), vol. 37, no. 22, pp. 4720-4722, 2012.
  29. G. Y. Chen*, G. Brambilla, and T. P. Newson, “Spun optical microfiber”, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (IF 2.451), vol. 24, no. 19, pp. 1663-1666, 2012.
  30. G. Y. Chen*, X. Zhang, G. Brambilla, and T. P. Newson, “Temperature compensation techniques for resonantly enhanced sensors and devices based on optical microcoil resonators”, Optics Communications (IF 2.125), vol. 285, no. 23, pp. 4677-4683, 2012. (invited paper)
  31. G. Y. Chen*, X. Zhang, G. Brambilla, and T. P. Newson, “Enhanced responsivity of a flexural disc acceleration sensor based on optical microfiber”, Optics Communications (IF 2.125), vol. 285, no. 23, pp. 4709-4714, 2012. (invited paper)
  32. G. Y. Chen*, T. Lee, R. Ismaeel, G. Brambilla, and T. P. Newson, “Resonantly enhanced Faraday rotation in an microcoil current sensor”, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (IF 2.451), vol. 24, no. 10, pp. 860-862, 2012.
  33. G. Y. Chen*, X. Zhang, G. Brambilla, and T. P. Newson, “Theoretical and experimental demonstrations of a microfiber-based flexural disc accelerometer”, Optics Letters (IF 3.714), vol. 36, no. 18, pp. 3669-3671, 2011.

 

以合作作者身份发表的期刊文章

  1. M. Khalid*, G. Y. Chen, H. Ebendorf-Heidepreim, D. G. Lancaster, “Femtosecond laser induced low propagation loss waveguides in a lead-germanate glass for efficient lasing in near to mid-IR”, Scientific Reports (IF 3.998), vol. 11, pp. 10742, 2021.
  2. Y. Wang, X. Wu, T. Gao, Y. Lu, X. Yang, G. Y. Chen, G. Owens, and H. Xu*, “Same materials, bigger output: a reversibly transformable 2D-3D photothermal evaporator for highly efficient solar steam generation“, Nano Energy (IF 16.602), vol. 79, pp. 105477, 2020.
  3. B. Shao, Y. Wang, X. Wu, G. Y. Chen, G. Owens, and H. Xu*, “Stackable nickel-cobalt@polydopamine nanosheet based photothermal sponges for highly efficient solar steam generation”, Journal of Materials Chemistry A (IF 11.301), vol. 8, no. 23, pp. 11665–11673, 2020.
  4. J. Zhu, G. Y. Chen, L. Yu, H. Xu, X. Liu*, and J. Sun, “Mechanically strong and highly stiff supramolecular polymer composites repairable at ambient conditions”, CCS Chemistry, 2020.
  5. D. G. Lancaster*, D. Otten, A. Cenescu, N. Bourbeau Hébert, G. Y. Chen, M. C. Johnson, T. M. Monro, J. Genest, “An ultra-stable 2.9 μm guided-wave infrared chip laser and application to nano-spectroscopy”, APL Photonics (IF 4.864), 2019.
  6. M. Khalid*, G. Y. Chen, J. Bei, H. Ebendorff-Heidepriem, and D. G. Lancaster, “Microchip and ultra-fast laser inscribed waveguide lasers in Yb3+ germanate glass”, Optical Materials Express (IF 3.064), vol. 9, no. 8, pp. 3557–3564, 2019.
  7. X. Wu, G. Y. Chen, G. Owens, D. Chu, and H. Xu*, “Photothermal materials: a key platform enabling highly efficient water evaporation driven by solar energy”, Materials Today Energy (IF 5.604), vol. 12, pp. 277–296, 2019.
  8. X. Wu, L. Wu, J. Tan, G. Y. Chen, G. Owens, and H. Xu*, “Evaporation above a bulk water surface using an oil lamp inspired highly efficient solar-steam generation strategy”, Journal of Materials Chemistry A (IF 11.301), vol. 6, no. 26, pp. 12267–12274, 2018.
  9. N. Bourbeau Hébert*, D. G. Lancaster, V. Michaud-Belleau, G. Y. Chen, and J. Genest, “Highly coherent free-running dual-comb chip platform”, Optics Letters (IF 3.714), vol. 43, no. 8, 1814–1817, 2018.
  10. F. Piantedosi*, G. Y. Chen, T. M. Monro, and D. G. Lancaster, “Widely tunable, high slope efficiency waveguide lasers in a Yb-doped glass chip operating at 1 μm”, Optics Letters (IF 3.714), vol. 43, no. 8, 1902–1905, 2018.
  11. C. Khurmi*, S. Thoday, T. M. Monro, G. Y. Chen, and D. G. Lancaster, “Visible laser emission from a praseodymium doped fluorozirconate guided-wave chip”, Optics Letters (IF 3.714), vol. 42, no. 17, pp. 3339–3342, 2017.
  12. N. Bourbeau Hébert, J. Genest*, J. Deschênes, G. Bergeron, G. Y. Chen, C. Khurmi, and D. G. Lancaster, “Self-corrected chip-based dual-comb spectrometer”, Optics Express (IF 3.669), vol. 25, no. 7, pp. 8168–8179, 2017.
  13. X. Wu, G. Y. Chen, W. Zhang, X. Liu*, H. Xu*, “A Plant-transpiration-process-inspired strategy for highly efficient solar evaporation”, Advanced Sustainable Systems (IF 4.869), vol. 1, no. 6, pp. 1700046, 2017. (front cover of Advanced Sustainable Systems)
  14. C. Khurmi*, N. B. Hébert, W. Q. Zhang, S. Afshar V., G. Y. Chen, J. Genest, T. M. Monro, and D. G. Lancaster, “Ultrafast pulse generation in a mode-locked Erbium chip waveguide laser”, Optics Express (IF 3.669), vol. 24, no. 24, pp. 27166–27176, 2016.
  15. L. Yu, G. Y. Chen, H. Xu, and X. Liu*, “Substrate-independent transparent oil-repellent coatings with self-healing and persistent easy-sliding oil-repellency”, ACS Nano (IF 14.588), vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 1073–1085, 2016.
  16. K. He, H. Duan, G. Y. Chen, X. Liu*, W. Yang, and D. Wang, “Cleaning of oil fouling with water enabled by Zwitterionic polyelectrolyte coatings: overcoming the imperative challenge of oil-water separation membranes”, ACS Nano (IF 14.588), vol. 9, no. 9, pp. 9188–9198, 2015.
  17. X. Zhang*, M. Belal, G. Y. Chen, Z. Q. Song, G. Brambilla, and T. P. Newson, “Compact optical microfiber phase modulator”, Optics Letters (IF 3.714), vol. 37, no. 3, pp. 320–322, 2011.

 

国际会议特邀报告

  1. G. Y. Chen* and D. G. Lancaster, “Sensitized light pipes: multimode fibers empowered by skew rays”, Optical Sensors and Sensing Congress, pp. STh5A.2, 2019.
  2. G. Y. Chen*, X. Wu, L. Yu, H. Xu, X. Liu, T. M. Monro, and D. G. Lancaster, “Recent progress in advanced humidity sensors”, XXII World Congress of the International Measurement Confederation, 2018. (sponsored)
  3. G. Y. Chen*, “Extremely fast and ultra-sensitive hygrometers for sensing and touchless control”, 7th International Multidisciplinary Conference on Optofluidics, 2017.
  4. G. Y. Chen*, “Recent progress in physical sensing with optical microfiber technology”, 7th International Photonics and OptoElectronics Meetings, pp. OTh4A.4, 2014. (sponsored)
  5. G. Y. Chen, T. Lee, R. Ismaeel, M. Belal, T. P. Newson, and G. Brambilla*, “Optical microfiber sensors for the detection of current pulses", Advanced Photonics Congress, pp. JW2A.3, 2012.

 

出版书籍

  1. G. Y. Chen and G. Brambilla, “Optical microfiber physical sensors” in “Optical fiber sensors: advanced techniques and applications”, CRC press, ch. 8, ISBN: 9781482228250, 2015.

 

 

专利

  1. G. Y. Chen, Xiaokong Liu, Li Yu, and Haolan Xu, “Humidity sensors and uses thereof”, patent, PCT/AU2017/000075 (international application number), WO 2017/165907 A1 (international publication number), 2017.

 

媒体访谈

  1. 湿度传感技术接受德国国家电台采访, September 2018.
    https://ondemand-mp3.dradio.de/file/dradio/2018/12/04/spukhafter_touchscreen_feuchtigkeitssensor_ermoeglicht_dlf_201812041640_ffe70634.mp3 (dubbed)

 

承担的科研项目

  1. Project 2 Coiled Tubing drilling for the definition of mineral deposits, MinEx CRC, AU$2,166,000 (phase 1/3), 2019-2020.
  2. Chemical, humidity and acoustic sensing, China-Australia joint research lab, AU$916,000, 2018-2021.
  3. Distributed humidity sensor, ForestrySA seed grant, AU$20,000, 2018-2019.
  4. The use of machine learning to develop preventive maintenance strategy for linear water assets by integrating a fully distributed optical fibre sensor for real-time non-destructive condition assessment, Transforming Industry Manufacturing Enabler, AU$40,000, 2018-2019.
  5. Controlling light to understand and drive nanoscale processes, ARC Laureate Fellowship, AU$2,970,000, 2018-2019.
  6. Portable solar-steam generation system for clean water supply, RTIS Development Grant, AU$306,000, 2017-2020.
  7. Laser-engineered masks, FII Infrastructure Access Scheme, AU$11,500, 2017.
  8. High power durability of soft glasses for laser applications, Asian Office of Aerospace, Research and Development Grant (FA2386-16-1-4068), AU$103,000, 2016-2018.
  9. Integrated super-fast humidity detection and smart humidity control, RTIS Seed Grant, AU$46,000, 2016-2017.
  10. Optofluidic devices, Tsinghua seed grant, AU$21,000, 2016-2017.