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Associate professor Supervisor of Doctorate Candidates Supervisor of Master's Candidates Gender:Male Status:Employed School/Department:School of Physics Education Level:Postgraduate (Doctoral) Degree:博士学位 Discipline:Precision Measurement Physics Radio Physics Alma Mater:Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne
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JinQuan LIU works on MEMS-based precise gravimetry. He currently focuses on instrumentation and dynamic tests of high resolution inertial sensors, metrological methods for acceleration, gravity gradient, velocity and length in the low freqency range, and novel inertial MEMS transducers and their design, fabrication and structural reliability, where there are many disciplines involved.
· Education Experience
- 2002.7 ~ 2007.8
-  Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne  -  Nano-Photonics  -  Doctoral Degree in Science  -  Postgraduate (Doctoral)  -  Ph.D thesis on “Development of a scanning near-field microscope and investigations of solid C60 luminescence”
- 1997.9 ~ 2000.7
-  Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences  -  Optics  -  Master's degree  -  Postgraduate (Master's Degree)  -  Studies on the Intensity of Raman Scattering of Nano-SnO2 Grains and the Spectra of Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering of Purified Oxygen Evolution Core Complexes
- 1992.9 ~ 1997.7
-  Department of Physics, Peking University  -  Physics  -  Bachelor's Degree in Science  -  Undergraduate (Bachelor's degree)  -  Diploma Project on “Brillouin Scattering and Elastic Constants of BGO (Bi4Ge3O12) Crystal”
· Work Experience
- Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research - Postdoctoral position
Raman microscopy for stress and deformation analysis of semiconductors
- Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics - 博士后 - Postdoctoral
Tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy in solid state physics and technology
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· Research Focus
-  Precise Gravimetry
-  Inertial MEMS
-  Scanning Probe Microscopy
-  Nano-photonics, Light-matter Interaction