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Prof. LU Gang

Prof. LU Gang

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Email: iamglv@njtech.edu.cn

Address: 5 Xin Mo Fan Road, Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing 210009, China

Homepage: http://www.researcherid.com/rid/A-1893-2011

Research Interests

Nanoplasmonics, super-resolution optical microscopy, in-situ catalysis study, live-cell endoscopy

Biographical Information

2000-2004: Bachelor degree; Nanjing University, China

2004-2007: Master degree; Tsinghua University, China

2007-2012: PhD degree; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

2012-2016: Post-Doc.; KU Leuven, Belgium

2015-2016: Post-Doc.; UC Berkeley, US

2015-now: Faculty; Institute of Advanced Materials, Nanjing Tech University

Academic Achievements

Dr. LU Gang focuses on nanoplasmonics, surface-enhanced Raman scattering, super-resolution optical microscopy, etc. Till now, he has published over 45 SCI papers including Advanced Materials, Nature Communications, Chemical Science, ACS Nano, Small, Chemical Communications, Nanoscale with citation of 4800+ times and H-index of 25.

Selected Publications

1.    Lu, G.; Yuan, H.; Su, L.; Kenens, B.; Fujita, Y.; Chamtouri, M.; Pszona, M.; Fron, E.; Waluk, J.; Hofkens, J.; Uji-i, H., Plasmon-mediated surface engineering of silver nanowires for surface-enhanced Raman scattering. Journal Of Physical Chemistry Letters 2017, 8, 2774-2779.

2.    Fortuni, B.; Fujita, Y.; Ricci, M.; Inose, T.; Aubert, R.; Lu, G.; Hutchison, J. A.; Hofkens, J.; Latterini, L.; Uji-i, H., A novel method for in situ synthesis of SERS-active gold nanostars on polydimethylsiloxane film. Chemical Communications 2017, 53, 5121-5124.

3.    Su, L.; Yuan, H.; Lu, G.; Rocha, S.; Orrit, M.; Hofkens, J.; Uji-i, H., Super-resolution localization and defocused fluorescence microscopy on resonantly coupled single-molecule, single-nanorod hybrids. ACS Nano 2016, 10, 2455-2466.

4.   Su, L.; Lu, G.; Kenens, B.; Rocha, S.; Fron, E.; Yuan, H.; Chen, C.; Van Dorpe, P.; Roeffaers, M. B. J.; Mizuno, H.; Hofkens, J.; Hutchison, J. A.; Uji-i, H., Visualization of molecular fluorescence point spread functions via remote excitation switching fluorescence microscopy. Nature Communications 2015, 6.

5.    Lu, G.; De Keersmaecker, H.; Su, L.; Kenens, B.; Rocha, S.; Fron, E.; Chen, C.; Van Dorpe, P.; Mizuno, H.; Hofkens, J.; Hutchison, J. A.; Uji-i, H., Live-cell SERS endoscopy using plasmonic nanowire waveguides. Advanced Materials 2014, 26, 5124-5128.

6.    Fujita, Y.; Chiba, R.; Lu, G.*; Horimoto, N. N.; Kajimoto, S.; Fukumura, H.; Uji, H. I., A silver nanowire-based tip suitable for stm tip-enhanced Raman scattering. Chemical Communications 2014, 50, 9839-9841.

7.    Lu, G.; Li, H.; Zhang, H., Gold-nanoparticle-embedded polydimethylsiloxane elastomers for highly sensitive Raman detection. Small 2012, 8, 1336-1340.

8.    Lu, G.; Li, H.; Wu, S.; Chen, P.; Zhang, H., High-density metallic nanogaps fabricated on solid substrates used for surface enhanced Raman scattering. Nanoscale 2012, 4, 860-863.

9.    Lu, G.; Li, H.; Zhang, H., Nanoparticle-coated PDMS elastomers for enhancement of Raman scattering. Chemical Communications 2011, 47, 8560-8562.

10.  Lu, G.; Li, H.; Liusman, C.; Yin, Z.; Wu, S.; Zhang, H., Surface enhanced Raman scattering of Ag or Au nanoparticle-decorated reduced graphene oxide for detection of aromatic molecules. Chemical Science 2011, 2, 1817-1821.

11.  Lu, G.; Zhou, X.; Li, H.; Yin, Z.; Li, B.; Huang, L.; Boey, F.; Zhang, H., Nanolithography of single-layer graphene oxide films by atomic force microscopy. Langmuir 2010, 26, 6164-6166.

12.  Lu, G.; Chen, Y.; Li, B.; Zhou, X.; Xue, C.; Ma, J.; Boey, F. Y. C.; Zhang, H., Dip-pen nanolithography-generated patterns used as gold etch resists: A comparison study of 16-mercaptohexadecanioc acid and 1-octadecanethiol. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2009, 113, 4184-4187.

 

 

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