Xing Sheng, PhD
Associate Professor, Tsinghua University
Office: Rohm Building, Room 711
PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2012)
BE, Tsinghua University (2007)
We aim to exploit fundamental light-material interactions and utilize them to design, fabricate and integrate novel photonic materials, structures, devices and systems for advanced optical neural interfaces.
Our recent works include:
- Biocompatible and degradable waveguides for medical implants
- Microscale LEDs and photodetectors for wireless optogenetic stimulation and fluorescence sensing
- Optoelectronic upconversion devices for implantable light sources
H. Ding, et al., “Microscale Optoelectronic Infrared-to-Visible Upconversion Devices and Their Use as Injectable Light Sources”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA XX, XX (2018).
C. Liu, et al., “High Performance, Biocompatible Dielectric Thin-Film Optical Filters Integrated with Flexible Substrates and Microscale Optoelectronic Devices”, Advanced Optical Materials 6, 1800146 (2018).
R. Fu, et al., “Implantable and Biodegradable Poly(L-lactic acid) Fibers for Optical Neural Interfaces”, Advanced Optical Materials 6, 1700941 (2018).
L. Li, et al., “Heterogeneous Integration of Microscale GaN Light Emitting Diodes and Their Electrical, Optical and Thermal Characteristics on Flexible Substrates”, Advanced Materials Technologies 3, 1700239 (2018) (Back Cover).
L. Lu, et al., “Wireless Optoelectronic Photometers for Monitoring Neuronal Dynamics in the Deep Brain”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 115, E1374–E1383 (2018).
L. Lu, et al., “Biodegradable Monocrystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Microcells as Power Supplies for Transient Biomedical Implants”, Advanced Energy Materials 8, 1703035 (2018).
H. Xu, et al., “Recent Advances in Biointegrated Optoelectronic Devices”, Advanced Materials 30, 1800156 (2018) (Invited).