Haijie Tan received his BEng from Tsinghua University, China in Materials Science and Engineering. His work in Beijing involved the synthesis of various nano-scale materials for pollution remediation applications. He completed his D.Phil. at the University of Oxford, under the supervision of Prof. Jamie H. Warner. His research primarily focused on investigating the opto-electronic properties of 2-Dimensional crystals through synthesis, patterning and device fabrication of ultrathin sensors based on monolayer graphene, WS2 and MoS2.
In 2017, Haijie joined the Hamlyn Centre at Imperial College London to develop novel micro-fabrication processes and sensor technologies for medical robots.
et al., 2019, A Bioinspired 3D micro-structure for graphene-based bacteria sensing, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol:123, ISSN:0956-5663, Pages:77-84
et al., 2017, Lateral Graphene-Contacted Vertically Stacked WS 2 /MoS 2 Hybrid Photodetectors with Large Gain, Advanced Materials, Vol:29, ISSN:0935-9648, Pages:1702917-1702917
et al., 2017, Hydrogen Addition for Centimeter-Sized Monolayer Tungsten Disulfide Continuous Films by Ambient Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition, Chemistry of Materials, Vol:29, ISSN:0897-4756, Pages:4904-4911
et al., 2016, Ultrathin 2D Photodetectors Utilizing Chemical Vapor Deposition Grown WS 2 With Graphene Electrodes, Acs Nano, Vol:10, ISSN:1936-0851, Pages:7866-7873
et al., 2016, Doping Graphene Transistors Using Vertical Stacked Monolayer WS2 Heterostructures Grown by Chemical Vapor Deposition, Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces, Vol:8, ISSN:1944-8244, Pages:1644-1652