New Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral grant at POLIMA
Zhengli Han has received a Marie Curie Postdoctoral grant and started 1 June in POLIMA
POLIMA would like to welcome Zhengli Han in POLIMA and at the same time congratulate her with the Marie Curie Postdoctoral grant that she received in the spring.
In general, Zhengli Han is interested in MEMS-NEMS controlled dynamic plasmonic / metasurface / photonics for applied applications. In her postdoctoral position she will focus on MEMS cantilever-controlled structure colors for sustainable optical displays.
Zhengli Han tells: ‘Sustainability issues are becoming urgent in many aspects in our society. One aspect is the globally and rapidly growing electronic waste (e-waste), where optical displays occupy almost half of e-waste. In this project, we are trying to use a fundamental different approach to develop an easy recycle optical display to solve this problem.’
The background of Zhengli Han are studies in electrical engineering. She has been working in groups of optical MEMS, THz photonics, and Nano-photonics, where she has developed skills on optical metasurface / metamaterial device design, fabrication and characterization.
Earlier, she has worked in the following universities: the University of Tokyo, RIKEN Center for Advanced Photonics, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU).