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name :  Xu Deng Sex:  Xu Deng phone: 18615702650
email: dengxu@uestc.edu.cn office-address: Communication Building 808(Shahe Campus)
PH.D  Supervisor: Yes Master Supervisor: Yes
major: Ph.D: Electronic Science and Technology
Master: Electronic Science and Technology
research interst: Nanoelectronics, Information Materials and Components, Electronic Thin Film Integrated Devices Technology
Biography: Prof. Xu Deng obtained his PH.D in Physical chemistry from the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany in 2013. He carried out the post-doctoral work in structural materials at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory/UC Berkeley, USA (2014-2015). Now he is a Professor in National 1000-Young Talent Program, lead a smart interface research group working in the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chengdu. Prof. Xu Deng, is working on various aspects of interface and surface science, including superhydrophobic surface, superamphiphobic surface, interaction at solid and liquid interface, wettability, colloids system, nano structure fabrication and polymer processing. We are invite highly motivated scholar to join the Ph.D grogram and work with us in these exciting research areas.
Education experience: 2014.1- 2015.9The United States Department of energy's Laurence Berkeley National Laboratory / University of California Berkeley school,Post-Doctor
2013.7-2014.1  Planck Marx Polymer Research Institute,Post-Doctor
2009.11-2013.7 Planck Marx Polymer Research Institute, Ph.D
2007.9-2009.8  Korea National University, Center for nanotechnology and new materials,Master
2003.9-2007.8  Tianjin University of Technology, Bachelor
Selected Publications: 1.Xu Deng, Lena Mammen, Hans-Jürgen Butt, and Doris VollmerCandle Soot as a Template for a Transparent Robust Superamphiphobic Coating. Science (2012),335,67

2.Xu Deng, Lena Mammen, Yanfei Zhao, Philipp Lellig, Klaus Müllen, Chen Li, Hans-Jürgen Butt, and Doris VollmeTransparent, thermally stable and mechanically robust superhydrophobic surfaces made from porous silica capsules. Advanced Materials (2011), 23, 2962

3.Xu Deng, Maxime Paven, Periklis Papadopoulos, Ming Ye, Si Wu, Thomas Schuster, Markus Klapper, Doris Vollmer, Hans-Jürgen ButtSolvent-free synthesis of microparticles on superamphiphobic surfaces. Angewandte Chemie International Edition (2013), 43, 11286
4.Ming Ye†, Xu Deng†, Javed Ally, Periklis Papadopoulos, Frank Schellenberger, Doris Vollmer, Michael Kappl, Hans-Jürgen Butt (equal first author) Superamphiphobic particles – how small can we go?Physical Review Letters (2014), 112, 016101 (Highlighted by Nature Physics, 2014,10,95, Nature Nanotechnology, 2014,9,91) 
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