- Name (English):Jiang Chen
- Name (Pinyin):Jiang Chen
- School/Department:Department of Electronic Engineering
- Administrative Position:Assistant Professor
- Business Address:Tsinghua University, Rohm Building 716, Beijing 100084, China
- Degree:Doctoral degree
- Alma Mater:University of Cambridge
- Teacher College:DZGCX
- Discipline:Electrical Circuit and System
- Scientific Research
Our research area is centered at advanced semiconductor devices, which are the most fundamental components for modern electronic information technology. Specifically, my research is focused on advanced organic electronic materials and organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs). This technology is a new flexible/bendable and low-cost semiconductor device technology, which has the great potential in bioelectronics and flexible sensors for the next generation of human-machine interaction and medical diagnosis/treatment, including augmented reality/virtual reality, wearable devices, electronic implants, brain-machine interfaces. These include:
1. New device structures
2. Flexible TFT circuits
3. TFT-based systems
4. Novel bioelectronic sensing/stimulation systems
- Chen Jiang, Hyung Woo Choi, Xiang Cheng, Hanbin Ma, David Hasko, Arokia Nathan, Printed subthreshold organic transistors operating at high gain and ultralow power, 363, 6428, 719-723, Science, 2019.
- Chen Jiang, Xiang Cheng, Arokia Nathan, Flexible ultralow-power sensor interfaces for e-skin, 107, 10, 2084-2105, Proceedings of the IEEE, 2019.
- Iek Man Lei, Chen Jiang, Chon Lok Lei, Simone Rosalie de Rijk, Yu Chuen Tam, Michael PF Sutcliffe, George Malliaras, Manohar Bance, Yan Yan Shery Huang, A neural network trained by 3D printed biomimetic cochleae provides clinical informatics for cochlear implant patients, Nature Communications, 2021 (accepted).
- Chen Jiang, Shreya Singhal, Tom Landry, Iwan Roberts, Simone De Rijk, Tim Brochier, Tobias Goehring, Yu Chuen Tan, Robert P Carlyon, Manohar Bance, An Instrumented Cochlea Model for the Evaluation of Cochlear Implant Electrical Stimulus Spread, IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 2021.
- Linrun Feng, Chen Jiang, Hanbin Ma, Xiaojun Guo, Arokia Nathan, All ink-jet printed low-voltage organic field-effect transistors on flexible substrate, 38, 186-192, Organic Electronics, 2016.