Inorganic and hybrid nanomembranes: From flexible magnetoelectronics to micro-biorobotics


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   目:Inorganic and hybrid nanomembranes: From flexible magnetoelectronics to micro-biorobotics

报告人:Oliver G. Schmidt

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    间: 20191115日(周五)下午2:30-3:30

主持人: 翁群红 教授(待定)

邀请人: 材料科学与澳门新葡5130最新网站

承办人: 材料学院“天马材料研究论坛”日常工作小组


Oliver G. Schmidt教授为德国工程院院士、莱布尼茨固态与材料研究所纳米集成研究所Director、开姆尼茨工业大学和德累斯顿工业大学教授,1993年在英国伦敦国王学院获学士学位,1999年获柏林工业大学博士学位,曾先后在马普固态研究所、南加州大学、斯图加特大学、汉堡大学从事研究工作,于2007年起在莱布尼茨固态与材料研究所任职至今。Schmidt教授是薄膜应力卷管领域的创始人和开拓者,长期从事纳米薄膜、智能微管、微纳能量存储设备、纳米光子学、智能微纳机器人的制备和应用。在Nature, Nat. Phys., Nat. Commun., Adv. Mat., PRL等知名国际期刊发表论文400余篇,工作获了得广泛关注与高度认可。近年来获得了欧盟研究理事会ERC Advanced Grant,德国最高科学技术奖Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz PrizeClarivate Analytics高被引学者等荣誉,担任复旦大学在内的多个大学的荣誉教授。

Prof. Dr. Oliver G. Schmidt


The Leibniz Prize for Oliver G. Schmidt recognises his outstanding work in the investigation, manufacturing and innovative application of functional nanostructures. Schmidt, a physicist, is a pioneer in the field of rolled-up nanotubes and his research moves between physics, chemistry, materials science, electronics and microsystems engineering. His work is concerned with the integration of self-organised three-dimensional nanostructures on a chip. To achieve this, Schmidt developed a technique for tensioning nanometre-thin layers in such a way that materials can be structured in numerous ways in a three-dimensional space. He has translated fundamental research findings into numerous new applications in photonics, sensors, medicine and environmental process engineering or demonstrated how this could be achieved. These applications include the production of micromotors, ring resonators, optofluidic sensors and capacitors.

Oliver G. Schmidt earned his doctorate from TU Berlin in 1999 and worked as a research assistant at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart. After a research visit at the University of Southern California, he returned to Stuttgart as a research group leader and then embarked on his habilitation at the University of Hamburg. In 2007 he was appointed Professor of Material Systems in Nanoelectronics at TU Chemnitz and Director of the Institute for Integrative Nanosciences at the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden.

Professional career

2007 -

Director, Institute for Integrative   Nanosciences, Leibniz IFW Dresden, Germany

2007 –

Full Professorship, Material Systems for   Nanoelectronics, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany

2004 - 2007

Private lecturer, University of Stuttgart

2002 - 2007

Head of research group,   Max-Planck-institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart

2001 - 2002

Research associate, University of   Southern California

1999 - 2001

Research associate, Max-Planck-Institute   for Solid State Research, Stuttgart

1996 - 1999

Research assistant, Max-Planck-Institute   for Solid State Research, Stuttgart



Habilitation (postdoctoral lecture   qualification), University of Hamburg, Germany


Graduation to Dr. rer. nat., Berlin   University of Technology, German


Diploma in Physics

1993 - 1996

Studies of Physics, Berlin University of   Technology, Germany


Bachelor of Science in Physics

1992 - 1993

Studies of Physics, King’s College   London, England

1990 - 1992

Studies of Physics,   Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, Germany


“Abitur”, German School London, England

Awards and Honours


ERC Advanced Grant, European Research   Council


Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize, German   Research Foundation


Elected member of the German Academy of Science   and Engineering (acatech)


Highly Cited Researcher, Clarivate   Analytics


International Dresden Barkhausen Award,   Materials Research Network Dresden


New Research Building “Materials,   Architectures and Integration of Nanomembranes" (MAIN), Federal state   and Free State of Saxony


Honorary Professor, Fudan University,   Shanghai, China


Guinness World Record® for the Smallest   Man-Made Jet Engine


Ace of Saxony, Free State of Saxony


Nanotechnology Thought Leader, AzoNano


Carus-Prize, City Schweinfurt


Carus-Medal, German Academy of Natural   Scientists Leopoldina


Laureate of the competition “Images of   Science”, Max-Planck-Society


Heinrich-Düker-Prize, Kepler-Seminar for   Natural Sciences


Laureate of the Young Scientist   competition “Nanotechnology”, German Federal Ministry for Education and   Research


Philip-Morris Research Award,   Philip-Morris GmbH


Otto-Hahn Medal, Max-Planck-Society


Summa cum laude for PhD thesis, Berlin University of Technology


Perkin-Elmar-Prize, King’s College London


2019 -

Adjunct Professorship for Nanophysics,   Faculty of Physics, TU Dresden

2019 -

Principal Investigator within Cluster of   Excellence “Complexity and Topology in Quantum Matter (ct.qmat)”, TU Dresden

2018 -

Task Force, Research Center MAIN   ("Materials, Archtectures, and Integration of Nanomembranes")

2017 -

Section D, Leibniz Association

2012 - 2019

Principal Investigator within Cluster of   Excellence “Center for Advanced Electronics Dresden (CfAED)”, TU Dresden

2012 - 2018

Speaker of Center for Materials,   Architectures and Integration of Nanomembranes (MAIN)

2012 - 2018

Principal Investigator within Cluster of   Excellence “Merge Technologies for Multifunctional Lightweight Structures   (MERGE)”, TU Chemnitz

2010 -

Institute of Physics, TU Chemnitz

2009 -

Faculty for Natural Sciences, TU Chemnitz

2009 -

Leibniz Institute for Solid State and   Materials Research Dresden (Leibniz IFW Dresden)

2007 -

Faculty for Electrical Engineering and   Computer Science, TU Chemnitz

1994 -

German Physical Society

Editorial Board Memberships

2017 -

Editorial board member, "Advanced   Materials Technologies"

2014 - 2017

Founding editorial board member,   "Physical Review Applied"

2012 -

Editorial board member, "Particle“

2007 - 2009

Editorial board member, "Journal of   Physics D: Applied Physics“

2006 - 2014

Regional editor (Europe), "Nanoscale   Research Letters“


This talk will be given on the development of tension engineering of nanometer-thin membrane for constructions of various three-dimensional microstructures in numerous ways, and the new applications of these structures in photonics, sensors, medicine, energy storage and environmental process engineering. These include micromotors, ring resonators, optofluidic sensors, capacitors, microbatteries and other microdevices based on our developed rolling up nanotechnology.